Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort reopens next week! However, not everything will be available for guests. Find out all the dining, shopping, and recreational activities that will be available upon reopening.
Disney’s Coronado Springs
Coronado Springs is the next Disney Resort to reopen to Guests. The resort is considered a moderate resort, and it blends Spanish, Mexican, and Southwest American cultures in a newly reimagined way.
The Gran Destino Tower makes its home at Coronado Springs and recently opened just last summer! Interestingly, it offers club level access in the tower rooms, which is usually only reserved for deluxe resorts.
Unfortunately, club level service is not available for any resort. Read more about that HERE.
I have the opportunity to stay in the tower in February (thanks to some pixie dust), and I am excited to check this place out!
Changes to Coronado Springs
Like all the other resorts that are currently open, not every dining option or recreational activity will be available for Guests to enjoy. In an effort to cut costs and consolidate effort, select restaurants, shopping, and activities will be open.
Here is what will be available upon reopening:
Barcelona Lounge is a hybrid bakery-bar that offers espresso drinks and cocktails along with pastries
Dahlia Lounge is a rooftop lounge inspired by Spanish surrealism.
Rix Sports Bar & Grill is an upscale sports lounge where Guests can watch the game and dig into some classic bar food.
Siestas Cantina is the poolside dining option where you can grab a drink and bite to eat while you’re at the pool.
Three Bridges Bar & Grill is a lakefront restaurant located at Coronado Springs. It offers a unique outdoor experience.
Panchito’s Gifts and Sundries is the Three Caballeros-themed store where you can shop for Disney souvenirs and native crafts alike.
- Poolside Activities
- Movies Under the Stars
- La Vida Fitness Center
- Destino Fitness Center
- Volleyball Courts
Bus transportation is available from this Disney Resort hotel to the Disney theme parks and the Disney Springs area. The monorail, Skyliner gondolas, and other modes of transportation do not run to and from Coronado Springs.
So, what’s not open?
Quite a few dining options will not reopen. These include: Toledo – Tapas, steak & Seafood; Maya Grill; Cafe Rix; El Mercado de Coronado; and Laguna Bar.
Campfire activities, the playground, the arcade, and the Colors of Coronado Painting Experience will not be available either.
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