Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort | Gran Destino Tower

Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort opened at Walt Disney World in 1997 across from Disney’s Blizzard Beach water park. Closely situated near Disney’s Animal Kingdom theme park, EPCOT and Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Coronado Springs includes 10 dining locations (Toledo, Maya Grill, Three Bridges, Rix Sports Bar, Barcelona Lounge, Dahlia Lounge and more) and an array of amenities, pools and recreation, and even the largest conference center at Walt Disney World. With outer buildings (casitas, ranchos, and cabanas) as well as the 2019 addition of Gran Destino Tower, Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort is perhaps the most versatile hotel on property with options ranging from standard moderate rooms to club-level presidential suites.In this podcast episode, we discuss the history and details of Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort, along with the many reasons you should consider staying here on your next Walt Disney World vacation.To access the AllEars episode I referenced on a few occasions in today’s discussion, please visit https://allears.net/wdw-chronicles-the-story-of-coronado-springs-resort/Which Walt Disney World Resort should we discuss in our next resort-specific episode? Tag me and join the conversation below.

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Published by Matthew Krul

Host of Imagination Skyway.

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