- Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort, themed to regions of Mexico and the American Southwest, includes 2,112 rooms and the largest ballroom in the entire Southeast United States at 60,000 square feet. It is also the largest convention center at the Walt Disney World Resort, and the third largest in the region. The resort, which opened in 1997, currently has
95,000 square fee of meeting space, with a new 86,000-square-foot exhibit hall opening in spring 2005, bringing the total to more than 221,000 square feet of meeting space. The convention center is equipped with wireless technology, allowing Internet access through the entire room, and there are electrical outlets every 30 feet, as well and water and compressed air connections scattered throughout the room.
- Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort, which is themed to resemble Mexico and the American Southwest, is one of Disney’s moderate resorts. The resort complex has 1,967 rooms divided into three regions; The Casitas, with their colorful plazas and fountains; The Ranchos, highlighted by an arroyo, a rocky stream bed; and The Cabanas, evoking theÂ spectacular Mexican coastal regions. The entire resort is set around a 15 acre lake known as “Lago Dorado” (or “Golden Lake”). The 0.9 mile long Esplanade which circles the lake is the perfect path for leisurely strolls or bike rides, while paddle boat and kayak rentals are available on the lagoon.
- The Coronado Springs Quiet Pools are the first on Disney property to use Bromine instead of Chlorine
- There is a .9-mile promenade/jogging trail around Lago Dorado.