Coronado Springs Resort

Coronado Springs Resort, Disney’s  Moderately priced convention hotel; opened August 1, 1997, with more than 1,900 themed rooms and suites. Surrounding the 15-acre Lago Dorado are guest lodging areas, including Casitas that represent residential areas of colonial Mexico; Ranchos, with tile roofs and stone columns representing the American Southwest; and Cabanas that evoke a fishing village along the Mexican coast. The Dig Site recreation area includes the Lost City of Cibola Feature Pool, marked by a five-story Mayan temple, the Explorer’s Playground, and Iguana Arcade. Inside El Centro, dining includes the Maya Grill, Las Ventanas, El Mercado de Coronado food court, Rix Sports Bar and Grill, and Café Rix. Other locations include Panchito’s (merchandise market), Laguna Bar lounge, Siestas Cantina, and La Vida Health Club. A 220,000-square-foot convention center features 2 ballrooms (including the largest at Walt Disney World, at 60,214 square feet), an exhibit hall, and 45 breakout rooms. A major expansion in 2019 expanded the resort theme to celebrate Spanish artists and explorers. See also Gran Destino Tower and Three Bridges Bar & Grill.