Disney's Coronado Springs reopening pushed back a couple of days

Oct 12, 2020 in "Disney's Coronado Springs Resort"

Posted: Monday October 12, 2020 6:14pm ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

Disney has updated its resort reopening plans, nudging back Disney's Coronado Springs reopening by a couple of days.

Originally scheduled to reopen on October 14, it will now reopen on October 16 2020.

Discuss on the Forums

Follow WDWMAGIC on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube for more Walt Disney World news and updates

View all comments →

DisneyDreamer08Apr 01, 2022

We have two kids and have stayed in both Sports and Movies with them. When we stayed in Sports, my youngest was a baby and was in a crib. We rented a full size crib and set it up in front of the window. There was plenty of room. We also had a double stroller and kept it open, parked between the door and bed. When we went back 3 1/2 years later, we had a refurbished room at Movies. We brought a blow up toddler size air mattress for my youngest, now 4. The only place it fit was in front of the door. So every day we had to stand it up and lean it against the window then lay it down and remake it ever night. We also had a single stroller that didn’t fit open in the room so we had to fold it and slide it under the bed every night. So with the two queens, it was definitely a tighter squeeze but it worked.

peter11435Apr 01, 2022

One of the queen beds is a pull down table/bed combo.

DisoneApr 01, 2022

Yes. 2 Queens have already been done at the other values. It's just more narrow between the bathroom wall and the bed and also in between the two beds.

MatthewApr 01, 2022

Staying at Sports in September will be interesting to see what the room is like... although I'm not really bothered either way.

jaklgreenApr 01, 2022

Is there even room for queen beds? From what I remember from my stay years ago, the door pretty much opened right up to the bed. I can't imagine that they can fit in queen beds in those rooms.

James AlucobondApr 01, 2022

Once the updated rooms are shown, someone will promptly appear to call this *whimsical*.

dreday3Apr 01, 2022

😱😱😱

SirwalterraleighApr 01, 2022

And half the people would typhoid or cholera if it was the 1870s History is good for many things…I’m not sure bedding is one of them?

CastAStoneApr 01, 2022

How about the stars? Ps these are the original comforters with Disney characters playing sports. The ones you show are from the first hard goods in the 2000s

ToTBellHopApr 01, 2022

MisterPenguinApr 01, 2022

That wasn't starch..

ToTBellHopApr 01, 2022

People whine about most of the recent renovations. They should be jumping for joy about this. Half of us would wet ourselves if the themed, starchy ‘90s comforters returned. ~swoons~

rmwebsMar 31, 2022

Surprised they reopened it with the rooms in such a state. New carpets and pillows isn't enough to cover up the dirty 90s look. The positive side of me hopes it was just due to needing the capacity but realistically its going to have been a "Meh, people will still pay for it" moment.

castlecake2.0Mar 31, 2022

They’re renovating rooms in blocks, some buildings are currently closed to get the new upgrades, the new rooms are coming