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Coronado Springs Resort

Guests aren't required to wear sombreros, serapes and silver spurs at Disney's Coronado Springs Resort, but they certainly wouldn't be out of place.

This Walt Disney World resort features 1,921 moderate-price guestrooms encircling a 15-acre golden lagoon -- Lago Dorado. Based on explorations of what is now regions of Mexico and the American Southwest, the resort features a five-story Mayan pyramid, which is the resort's dominant icon. The pyramid is also the splashy centerpiece of a family fun pool, complete with waterslide.

Coronado Springs caters to families, with a festive food court, playground, volleyball court and all the amenities that come with staying at a Walt Disney World resort.

Coronado Springs is also Disney's most value-priced convention resort, with a 95,000-square-foot convention center, including a full-service business center and a 60,000-square-foot ballroom.

Architecturally, the rambling resort gains inspiration from the grand haciendas and elegant mission cities of the Spanish Colonial era in Latin America. Its main themes come from regions of Mexico and the great American Southwest -- tile roofs and mosaic accents, arched windows and doorways, shady courtyards and patios.

The lobby, reception area and restaurants are themed to the rich tradition of life on the wealthiest haciendas of the past or at today's finest guest ranchos of New Mexico or Arizona.




 
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