Text of Page 57 (Map of Coronado Springs Resort)
The text on your right is direct from page 57
of PassPorter Walt Disney WorldŽ (1999 Edition) for the convenience of our current
readers and for the enjoyment of our future readers.
To help PassPorter readers make the best lodging decision, each Disney owned-and-operated resort receives a comprehensive 4-page description, including a map of the resort. The example we've chosen is from the final page of our report on the Coronado Springs Resort.
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Finding Your Place at the Coronado Springs Resort
(a detailed map of the resort appears here--see graphic)
The Casitas are the least interesting visually, but
are convenient to the Convention Centerin fact, they house the only rooms that you
can reach from El Centro without leaving the protection of a roof or overhang (helpful on
rainy days). Building 1 is the closest to the Convention Center. Ranchos are the closest
to the main pool, and farthest from El Centrowe think they are the most charming. We
recommend buildings 7A and 7B for view and proximity to the pool. The Cabanas are far from
the Convention Center, but are convenient to El Centro and are inviting for their rustic
beach resort atmosphere. Building 8A has good views and 9B is next door to El Centro.
Rooms at Coronado Springs begin in the
low-$100s and come in standard and water views, with special rates for the king bed
and queen-size Murphy bed rooms. Suites begin in the mid-$200s and go up to the
Disneys Coronado Springs Resort