Disney's Coronado Springs Resort is located in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. This hacienda-style property stands 1 mile from Disney's Blizzard Beach Water Park.
Spanish and Mayan architectural influences inspired Disney's Coronado Springs Resort's design. Coral-hued, stucco-sided buildings surround Lago Dorado, a 22-acre lake and marina. Dining options include the Maya Grill steakhouse serving Latin American cuisine, the Pepper Market is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and Café Rix offers quick service American fare. The breezy lakeside Laguna Bar serves appetizers and refreshments. A total of 95,000 square feet of function space with 47 meeting rooms accommodates events, with complimentary wireless Internet access available throughout the hotel. The archaeological-dig themed outdoor pool features a 5-story Mayan temple, a 123-foot long waterslide, and waterfalls that tumble into a splash pool. 3 designated quiet pools and a spa tub are served by Siesta's Cantina. Children's recreational amenities include a playground, a children's pool and the Iguana Arcade. The 24-hour La Vida Health Club offers massages, facial treatments, manicures and pedicures, cardiovascular and weight-training equipment, free weights, and yoga balls. The Casa de Belleza Beauty Salon offers hair and beauty treatments. Guests are offered complimentary transportation to nearby theme parks and the Dolphin Convention center.
The Casitas, The Ranchos and The Cabanas represent the resort's 3 smoke-free lodging choices. Mayan-design details include wrought-iron-style accents and brightly colored armoires, tables, and chairs. The resort's guestrooms include refrigerators, in-room safes, and complimentary wireless Internet access. Bathrooms feature granite-topped vanities and sunset-hued accent tiles.