Perhaps that’s why Disney’s Coronado Springs, a moderate resort, often gets overlooked when it comes to food. But we’re here to tell you — don’t sleep on dining here because there are some great eats. We’re going to break down all the dining options at Coronado Springs (and there are A LOT) and give you some ideas of what to order at each one!
There are a LOT of restaurants in Disney World, some of which are located in spots you’ll have to take a trek to get to — but which ones are worth it?
With dozens of restaurants located at Disney World’s hotels, you may also be missing out on some hidden gems without even realizing it! We’ve already shared our list of the best restaurants in Disney World for 2023 and the best value fast food restaurants for 2023. But today we’re taking a trip to one tucked-away spot to see if it’s something you’ve got to add to your must-try list!
In Disney World, seemingly every inch of the place is filled with magic! This is certainly true of its HIGHLY immersive and thematic restaurants!
Much like Disney’s attractions, the Disney World restaurants have many enchanting details. And just like the rides, each restaurant has some seats that are better than others!
We are all about the food here at DFB, and nothing goes better with food than a yummy cocktail and some awesome atmosphere. Disney World has bars and lounges in many of the resorts, at some of the theme parks, and definitely at Disney Springs, and it can be a difficult decision to pick a place to get your drink on. So what are the best bars and lounges at Walt Disney World?
You will find no shortage of places to meet friends before dinner or to grab an evening cocktail at Walt Disney World, but some of the bars and lounges are just a bit more memorable — even after an E-ticket evening of imbibing.
While you can often find us chowing down on Mickey Pretzels and Dole Whip in the parks, some of our favorite Disney World dining locations are actually found outside of the parks!
The Disney World Resort hotels are home to some iconic restaurants. Of course, there are the quintessential spots like ‘Ohana at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort and California Grill at Disney’s Contemporary Resort. But, there’s one Disney World hotel that we bet you don’t typically think of when it comes to dining…but you totally should!
It’s no secret that Disney World is constantly changing and adapting to the times!
Over the last 50 years, we’ve seen updated rides, changed restaurants, the addition of new hotels, and even new theme parks get built. As technology and culture evolve, Disney World does its best to keep up, and so we get theme parks that are VERY different from what they were a few decades ago. But what about those guests who haven’t been in a few decades — what do you need to know about the changes? Well, today we’re breaking it down for you!
Think you know everything there is to do at Disney World? Think again.
Sure, you know about the theme parks, the water parks, Disney Springs, and maybe even about those tours. But Disney World has TONS of unique offerings for guests to enjoy and there are some that even the experts don’t know about! Recently, we checked out one of these exclusive experiences and officially became a MASTER…a master of sangria that is. 😉
If you’re in the middle of planning your next Disney World vacation, you may be stuck on where to book your hotel accommodations. For starters, Disney World offers a variety of resort categories under three main price points: Value, Moderate, and Deluxe.
We’ve already discussed the pros and cons of staying at a Disney World Value Resort, and today we’re going to take a look at the category just above: Moderate Resorts! These hotels offer mid-level amenities and mid-level prices (sort of like the “Goldilocks” of Disney World hotels).
For people who visit Disney World pretty often, an Annual Pass could be a great way to save some money on your trips.
The pass covers park admission (with park hopper), and Passholders get discounts at some merchandise locations and restaurants inside Disney World. In addition, an Annual Pass means free parking at the theme parks, and it grants the holder access to some exclusive merchandise at gift shops around Disney. Now there’s another way that Annual Passholders can save big on their upcoming vacations! [Read more…]
Disney World restaurants can stand out for a lot of different reasons: excellent food, fun theming, quintessential Disney vibes, and a unique atmosphere. But when a restaurant comes with a gorgeous VIEW, we could probably stay there for hours.
That was one of our first thoughts when we stopped by Dahlia Lounge at the top of Gran Destino Tower at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort.