Relive the romance of Spanish-colonial Mexico as you follow in the footsteps of explorer Don Francisco de Coronado at this Resort hotel. Find your own mythical city of gold in a Southwestern-themed haven of brightly colored Casitas, rustic Ranchos and beachfront Cabanas encircling a glimmering 22-acre lake. Each accommodation provides a unique escape and a welcoming home away from home.
– Themed Pools –
Worship the sun at an awesome aquatic area built around a 50-foot replica of a Mayan pyramid. Watch water stream down the steps of the massive stone structure into the Lost City of Cibola pool or plunge headlong into it on the spitting Jaguar Slide. This complex, known as the Dig Site Pool, is also home to the largest outdoor hot tub at Walt Disney World Resort—with room for 22 people! Three leisure pools, one located at each settlement—the Casitas, Ranchos and Cabanas—provide Mayan civilization.
– Dining Options –
Maya Grill – Savor tantalizing Tex-Mex cuisine that serves up a harmonious blend of New and Old World influences. Pepper Market – Find something for everyone at this food court: pancakes, omelets, French toast, breakfast burritos and Mexican fare, salads and sandwiches, grill items, hot sandwiches, pizza and pasta, kids’ picks and drinks. Plus wine, beer and margaritas! Some or all of the food items on the menu at these two Dining locations are included in the Dining Plans.
– La Vita Health Club –
A full-service health club at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort, with fitness equipment, facials and massage therapies. **Please note – as part of our continuing efforts to exceed the expectations of our Guests, La Vida Health Club is currently closed for enhancements. Please check back here for the latest updates and information about when it will reopen.**
– Additional Recreation –
Coronado Springs Campfire Activities – Gather ‘round as the sun goes down for old-fashioned family fun as you roast marshmallows by a crackling fire.
Volleyball – Join a friendly match on the white-sand court by the Dig Site pool complex. Volleyballs can be checked out from Siesta’s pool bar by Guests with a valid Resort ID.
Jogging Trail – Take a brisk 0.9-mile run or walk along the scenic trail that loops around 22-acre Lago Dorado.
Playground – Kids can climb, slide and play on an archaeologically themed playground near the Dig Site complex.
Iguana Arcade – For video games, air hockey, pinball and more, visit this arcade beside the Dig Site pool complex.
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