Disney's Coronado Springs Resort 3.5

Disney World, Orlando, Central Florida
The toilet and tub-shower combo are separated from the vanity area shown here.

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 The toilet and tub-shower combo are separated from the vanity area shown here.
Coronado Springs' rooms hit their category on the mark: They're moderate in size, furnishings, and views. That said, they're at the top of their game compared to rooms at Disney's other "Moderate" resorts (or even some of the more expensive resorts). Polyester quilts have been replaced with down comforters and pillow-top mattresses; the new furniture is in great condition; flat-screens replace tube televisions; the alarm clocks even have MP3 hookups. The toilet and tub-shower combo are separated from the vanity area shown here. A throwback to Florida's grand old Victorian-style seaside resorts, the Grand Floridian has standard rooms that are among the largest -- and most elegant -- of any Disney resort. Most rooms were last renovated in 2007, and still look and feel fresh and new with wood trim and linens in soft, beachy colors. The bathroom in a Garden View Room. The Grand Floridian may be a sophisticated resort, but subtle Disney touches still abound! Although guest rooms do not have Wi-Fi, they're otherwise well equipped with an iHome iPod-docking alarm clock and a 27-inch flat-screen TV with DVD player. Standard rooms aren't especially spacious, but the brightly patterned bedspreads, few pieces of hand-carved wooden furniture, and sheer draperies above the headboards made to look like mosquito netting help create a fun, safari spirit in the rooms. Guests can choose from various bed options in standard rooms: two queen beds, bunk beds and a queen, or a king with a daybed. Small bathrooms come with double sinks, marble vanities, a small, separate shower area, and toiletries by H20. Even the shower curtains at Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge add to the hotel's theme. Most rooms come with balconies, and room prices vary according to the view: savannah, pool, or "standard view" (which typically translates to a view of the parking lot). Those who are lucky may catch a glimpse of the gazelles and giraffes grazing in the savannah from their balcony. The standard guest rooms at the Polynesian are among the largest standard rooms at any Disney resort -- much more spacious than the rooms at the Animal Kingdom Lodge or Coronado Springs. The themed, playful rooms appeal to kids and families. The bathroom in a standard room. These closet doors playfully add to the room's Polynesian theme. An appropriately themed lamp in a standard room. Disney's Boardwalk Villas is an all-suites resort -- all of the guest rooms are either studios, one-, two-, or three-bedroom suites. Seen here is the bedroom of a one-bedroom villa. Suite-level rooms include a separate living room, like the one seen here, and a full kitchen. All but the studio suites have large bathrooms (pictured here) with separate bathtubs and standing showers (studios have a combined tub/shower). Every Suite has a small balcony or ground-floor terrace, adding to the hotel's 1940s boardwalk feel.

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