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Old 12-13-2008, 09:06 PM   #1
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Coronado Springs 9A Renovations

I just got back earlier this week from WDW. I got to stay in room #9557 - a king room in the Cabanas. This was my first stay at Coronado Springs and I was very impressed. It was gorgeous! The room smelled like it literally been painted before I got there. Everything smelled and looked brand new...well it all was new lol. I will post some pics as soon as I can!
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Here (hopefully) are some pics of the newly renovated rooms. There is a lot of dark wood in the room so some are kind of dark. I tried to lighten as best as I could so you see everything.



There is a light above the bed. The headboard is wooden as well with carved detail and I believe there is also some leather type of padding on it as well.




Flat screen tv with dvd player underneath. There is an ice bucket with glasses and a coffee maker with coffee mugs as well. The refrigerator is pretty good sized as well.



I'm not sure if the bathroom was renovated or not. The handle on the shower didn't want to seem to shut off so it seemed like it had been new and maybe not just broken in yet?



The large dark wooden panels on either side of the doorway are actually sliding doors that close for privacy in the sink/bathroom area.

The room had a very updated contemporary look to it. I loved it. It wasn't overly themed yet subtle touches of Spanish culture remained in the deco.
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awesome pictures! I agree, its not excessively themed but it still has that certain southwestern theme. Its not clashy or corny looking. Very modern and more upscale!
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Old 12-14-2008, 04:47 AM   #4
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Welcome back!! Thanks for sharing the pics and glad you enjoyed your stay!!
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