There are some thrilling new changes that are on the horizons for two of Walt Disney World’s moderate category resorts.
The first is an expansion of Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort, which will be getting a new 15-story tower adding 500 rooms to the resort. The tower, which will overlook Lago Dorado, the resort’s lake, will include suites and concierge level services. Oh and there will be unique rooftop dining added to this new tower with a great view of some of the theme park’s fireworks spectaculars. Of course, Coronado Springs’ current rooms will be getting a refurbishment. Oh and the landscape of the resort will gain floating gardens and an island oasis that will connect the resorts through a series of bridges.
Here is a look at what to expect with the new work at Disney’s Coronado Springs.
In addition, over at Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort, the current marketplace, Centertown, will be reimagined as well. It will include new waterfront dining, as well as shopping areas. It will be found in a centralized location that will offer Guests more convenience to visit the resorts amenities and dining.
The two projects are expected to take place over the next two years. Stay tuned to the blog for more information about these two resort expansions.