Coronado Springs Resort - New Unofficial FAQ Thread - November 2012

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DIS Veteran
Feb 27, 2006
The previous CSR FAQ thread can be found here.

Welcome CSR lovers, lurkers and newcomers to the CSR FAQ thread! If you see any errors or have any suggestions, please send me a PM and I will try to include them. Any and all pictures of the CSR are welcome! Thanks for your support.

Address of the Coronado Springs Resort:
1000 West Buena Vista Drive, Lake Buena Vista, Florida 32830-1000
Telephone number: (407) 939-1000
Fax number: (407) 939-1001
Category: Moderate

El Centro: As you arrive at Coronado Springs your first stop will be El Centro, the main building that contains registration, guest services, Panchitos gift shop, Café Rix, Rix Lounge, the Pepper Market and the Maya Grill. This building also connects to the Convention Center.

The most striking feature of El Centro is the fountain and frescoed domed ceiling in the main lobby. The registration area also features impressive high ceilings with exposed beams. Guest services can assist you with booking dining reservations (though we all know that most should be made 180 days in advance!) and theme park passes. Beside guest services is a DVC information booth.


Waiting area:

Children's area:


Fountain in lobby:

Panchitos: The gift shop at Coronado Springs is called Panchitos, and it is located in El Centro. It features a sampling of WDW merchandise, some beautiful Mexican pottery and jewelry, and a small grocery section, including personal items, non-prescription drugs, batteries, etc.



DIS Veteran
Feb 27, 2006
Rooms: 1,917 rooms available; there are junior suites and executive suites available. Regular rooms are 314 square feet.

Room Breakdown:

All rooms are now non-smoking.
There are 224 king bed rooms.
99 disabled accessible rooms.
31 junior suites (1 accessible for the disabled)
10 VIP suites (one bedroom suites)
5 Executive Suites
Preferred rooms are located in Casitas 1, 2 and 3 (all near El Centro--registration, food, lounge and gift shop).
Beginning January 2013, business class rooms may be booked at CSR:
Coconino Cove the new Business Lounge at Disney Coronado Springs Resort will provide a variety of exclusive amenities and upgraded services to our Guests.

Located in the Cabanas, building 9B, Coconino Cove is a semi-exclusive gathering place for networking, relaxing, working or playing.
Guests with Coconino Cove access will enjoy upgraded, semi-exclusive services and amenities, including:
Use of in-lounge iMac and PC stations, computer gaming consoles and flat screen televisions
Electronic device charging stations & boarding pass printing
Areas suitable for small groups to gather and meet in a relaxed setting
Assistance with dining reservations, ticket information and other special requests
Food & beverage offerings throughout the day
Conveniently, all Guests with Coconino Cove access will be located in building 9B during their stay. Guest rooms will be close together near the lobby and convention center.

Coconino Cove is open 7- 10 am and 5-10 pm, 7 days a week

Breakfast (7-10am): Cold cereals, bagels, fresh fruits, and either muffins, cinnamon rolls, or danish (they alternate those). The coffee machine makes espresso and lattes; they have regular and decaf coffee, a nice selection of teas, milk and juice.

Evening Service (5-10pm): Soft drinks, bottled water, Perrier, beer, wine, sangria (both red & white!). Crackers, cheeses, veggies, hummus and several dips. Tortilla chips, potato chips and veggie chips. At 7pm they bring out chocolate covered pretzels and a spicy nut mix.

Lounge photos courtesy of RachelTori

All rooms come with the following: either two queen beds or one king-size bed, flat screen television, high-speed internet access, telephone with separate data port, work desk and chair, two ottomans, vanity area with wood sliding door, refrigerator, coffee maker, in-room safe, ceiling fan, hair dryer, iron and ironing board. King rooms are a separate booking category they are not by request. King rooms are located throughout the resort.

Waterview rooms are also a separate booking category. Waterview rooms may face the lake, quiet pools, or the fountains. There are no rooms with a view of the Dig Site pool.


The coffee pot is now a Cuisinart pod coffee machine (photo courtesy of Merlin123):

Open safe (it comes with a key):

The CSR has Central Air (not wall units). To adjust the temperature, follow these instructions: On the thermostat, push the power button and the down arrow (button that adjusts the temp) at the exact same time. If you do this correctly, you will see the letters "bp" where the temp normally shows. You are now bypassing the sensors in the room. You can then set the temp to whatever you want and it keeps the room that cold whether you are in it or not. You might have to do this once a day as the thermostat tends to go back to sensor mode after 24 hours.

A few pictures of the rooms as rehabbed in 2008/2009:

Suites: CSR has 3 types of suites and they are costly. There are 31 Jr suites, 10 VIP suites and 6 executive suites. All the suites are located in the casitas with the exception of 2 jr suites located in the cabanas, one in 8b and one in 9b. A Jr suite is two rooms together, the VIP is 3 regular rooms together, and the executive is 5 rooms together.

* The resort has 31 junior suites, which are basically two connecting standard rooms. The bedroom includes either one king bed or two queen beds and the second room is set up as a living room with a sleeper sofa. There are two bathrooms. The occupancy of a junior suite is six people for the queen junior suites and four people for the king junior suites. The junior suites cost more than 2 standard rooms.

* There are also 10 "VIP" one-bedroom suites. These are equivalent in space to 3 standard rooms knocked together. There is a standard bedroom with one king bed or two queen beds, plus a full bath. The living room is equivalent in size to two standard rooms and includes two seating areas, a wet bar with small refrigerator, a full bathroom and a dining table for four people. The living room has a sleeper sofa, bringing the occupancy to 4 or 6 people. The VIP suites are set up primarily for entertaining and are generally used by senior managers staying at the resort for conventions. VIP suites are priced at more than 4 times the cost of a standard room.

* Finally, there are 5 "Executive" two-bedroom suites. These are equivalent in space to 5 standard rooms knocked together. The first bedroom has a king bed plus a full bath with whirlpool tub. The second bedroom has two queen beds plus a full bath. The large living room offers two seating areas, a half-bath, a free-standing wet bar with small refrigerator and a dining table for six people. The living room includes a sleeper sofa, bringing the occupancy to 8 people. The Executive suites are set up primarily for entertaining and are generally used by executives staying at the resort for conventions. Executive suites are priced at more than 6 times the cost of a standard room.

Junior Suite pictures:


The rooms are located in three different themed areas of the Coronado. You can request a specific area when booking but there is no guarantee you'll get your request. Preferred buildings are casitas 1, 2 and 3. Business class rooms are located in Cabana 9B.

The Spanish-style Casitas at Coronado Springs are very peaceful, with courtyards featuring tiled fountains. Casitas Buildings 1, 3 and 2 (in that order) are the closest to the restaurants and services. Casita 2 does not have an elevator, but it can be accessed from the casita 1 elevator or the casita 3 elevator. Casitas Building 4 contains the salon and health club. Casitas Building 5 is closest to the Ranchos and the Dig Site.

The Cabanas at Coronado Springs have a relaxed beach feeling. Cabanas Building 8A & 8B are very close to the feature pool. Cabanas Building 9B is closest to the marina and relatively convenient to the restaurants and services. Cabanas Building 9A is closest to the cabanas quiet pool.

The Ranchos at Coronado Springs feel quiet and secluded -- some would say isolated -- and feature desert landscaping and pueblo-style architecture. They look closest to the main pool on a map, but in actuality they are separated from the rest of the property by a swamp, so it can be a fairly long walk from these buildings to the pool, and a very long walk to the restaurants (10-15 minutes, depending on pace).

There is laundry service in each section. Washers are $2.00 as are the dryers (the dryers go for 30 minutes).
  • StitchandPooh'sMom

    DIS Veteran
    Feb 27, 2006

    Casitas Quiet Pool:

    Hammock near Casitas 5:

    ***These pictures furnished by Brookelizabeth and Allan Renfroe


    Cabanas Quiet Pool:


    Ranchos Quiet Pool:

    Thanks to lovethattink for some of these Ranchos photos.


    DIS Veteran
    Feb 27, 2006
    Room locations:

    Cabanas 9B is now Business Class. This is a separate booking category, and guests have access to the lounge in 9B.

    For conventioneers the Casitas 1 or 3 are good locations. However, they are a longer walk to the Dig Site Pool. Both casita 1 and casita 3 are preferred buildings.

    For adult couples, especially honeymooners or those celebrating anniversaries, Casitas 4 or 5 with a water view is a perfect location. Casita 4 has the quiet pool, fitness center, spa, salon, and both are near bus stop #2.

    For leisure guests with children, here are some great locations: Cabana 8a, Rancho 7b, Cabana 8b, 9a, Rancho 6b, and that order. Nearness to El Centro is usually of no importance to many guests. It's much more important to be close to the park bus stops and the Dig Site. Leisure guests may come to El Centro once or twice; but they will be at the buses twice a day (at least) and the pool often when they are at the resort.

    For adults or large families who wish to be close to a park bus stop and to a quieter pool but are not interested in the theme pool, building 7a is great and has close proximity to parking.

    Casita 2 also is close to parking and usually one of the quietest buildings, especially the 4th floor. The fourth floor of building actually includes part of the upper floors of building 3 and has easy access to the convention center by way of the elevator courtyard of building 1. Casita 2 is a preferred building and does not have its own elevator.

    Cabana 9b is close to bus stop 1 and the main building with a short walk to the Dig Site (main pool) over the wooden bridge.

    Cabana 8a is close to the Dig Site (and playground) and bus stop 4 with a short walk to the main building (closest to the pool).

    Cabana 8b and 9a are in between the 2 above (9a has a quiet pool).

    Ranchos 7b has a quiet pool, is close to the Dig Site and bus stop 4 with a bit longer walk to the main building. 7b is behind cabana 8a.

    Casita 1 is attached to the main building and is very close to the restaurants (preferred building).

    Casita 3 has great courtyard and fountain views (preferred building).

    Casita 5 has some nice fountain and lake views and is close to the Dig Site but farther from the main building. Close to bus stop #2.


    I have never shipped anything to CSR, but this is what has been reported:

    If you send a package down ahead of your arrival via Fed EX or UPS, it will end up at the Business Center and will incur a charge.

    If you send it via USPS, it will end up at CSR Operations behind the check in desk.

    My guess is that you should check with whomever you are using (Costco, Wal-Mart, etc.) to see which shipper they use so you know if you'll have an additional charge at the CSR end.


    CSR has 4 conveniently located bus stops, one in each of the villages and one at the main building. None of the buildings is far from a bus stop.

    The ranchos are the furthest from the main building (about a 10-15 minute walk). Theme park buses stop last at the main building, so Ranchos guests can get on any theme park bus and exit at the main building. DTD buses stop at El Centro first, so this tactic does not work with DTD buses.


    The distance around the whole lake is just under a mile (.97 miles).

    Walking Distances
    From El Centro moving clockwise around the lake path to:
    Casitas 3 = .16 miles
    Casitas 4 = .24 miles
    Casitas 5 = .27 miles
    Ranchos = .46 miles

    From El Centro to the Dig Site, via the bridge near the Cabanas
    = .35 miles

    From El Centro moving counterclockwise around the lake to:
    Cabanas 9B = .16 miles
    Cabanas 9A/8B = .22 miles
    Cabanas 8A = .31 miles
    Rancho 7b = .35 miles

    Theme park bus stops go in this order:

    The bus stops are:
    Bus Stop 2: Casitas
    Bus Stop 3: Ranchos
    Bus Stop 4: Ranchos and Cabanas
    Bus Stop 1: El Centro

    DTD and Exit buses

    The bus stops are:
    Bus Stop 1: El Centro
    Bus Stop 2: Casitas
    Bus Stop 3: Ranchos
    Bus Stop 4: Ranchos and Cabanas

    The CSR is situated around a 15 acre lake. At night, it's a beautiful place for a romantic walk around the Lago Dorado over the lighted bridge to relax in a hammock on the white sandy beach of the Cabanas section or among the courtyards in the Casitas section of the resort.

    CSR Proximity to Parks (updated by Buzz 11/9/11):

    Hollywood Studios - Bus Stop 6 (1st bus stop in row at DHS) - 6 min ride once leaving resort
    AK - Bus Stop 8 (middle of the row) - 6 min ride once leaving resort
    MK - Bus Stop 15 (on the right, a few stops down from the beginning) - 10 min ride once leaving resort
    Epcot - Bus Stop 7 (2nd bus stop in row at Epcot) - 7 min ride once leaving resort
    BB - Bus Stop 6 (middle of the row) - 3 min ride once leaving resort

    CSR MAP:



    DIS Veteran
    Feb 27, 2006
    CONVENTION SCHEDULE (updated 01/05/14)

    I have listed anything I have been able to verify online. These meetings vary in size - some are local, while others are regional or national. If a convention falls during your dates, you might want to Google the name I have listed to find out more information. In some cases, CSR is the host hotel, but activities occur elsewhere.


    January 6-9, Generac Dealer Conference
    January 8-9, Pinch a Penny Show
    January 16-19, Children's Pastors Conference
    January 26-27, Florida HOSA SLC 2013 Competitive Event and State Officers Meetings
    January 30-31, Leading Age Florida Board of Trustees Meeting

    February 4-6, ACPA Professional Development
    February 7-9, NABE Conference
    February 9-14, SPIE Medical Imaging
    February 14-17, Otterbein University Cardinal Migration
    February 18-20, Training Magazine 2013 Conference and Expo
    February 20-23, World Family Therapy Congress
    February 22-23, Disneys Fit For a Princess Expo
    February 27-28, Trinovus Compliance Knowledgeshare

    March 6-9, Appliance Service Training Institute
    March 8-9, Florida HOSA State Office Planning Meeting
    March 9-13, International Dance championships - the Groove Experience
    March 17-20, Spring World 2013 (Disaster Recovery Journal)

    April 4-7, HOSA Leadership Conference
    April 9-12, Ideas to Impact
    April 14-17, AAPC 2013 National Conference
    April 26, USASF Scholarship Interviews (CSR is not the host hotel for USASF Worlds)

    May 15-17, CSCAA Convention
    May 17-19, FACCM Annual Conference
    May 18, Central Florida Urban League Youth Leadership Summit
    May 19-23, Fusion el Carnaval (Financial Ops)
    May 23-26, FSEA State Convention

    June 10-14, DMGCME Summer 2013
    June 10-15, NACDA Convention
    June 11-12, YoCream Conference
    June 17-20, Kickoff Institute
    June 20-23, Cascade Hills Marriage Retreat
    June 23-27, SUGA Training
    June 27-29, Close To My Heart Convention
    June 27-29, HOCA
    June 30-July 3, Hollywood Vibe National Finals

    July 5-6, US Open Karate
    July 8-14, Children with Diabetes: Friends For Life Annual Conference
    July 14-18, Leading Age Florida Conference and Exposition

    August 30-September 1, Mustang at the Mickyard (CSR is host hotel)

    September 3-6, Youth Leader Experience
    September 8-12, CCSA Convention
    September 27-29, Mickey and MINI 9

    October 1-6, Travel Planners International
    October 28-30, Home Based Travel Agents Forum

    November 3-6, Learning 2013
    November 12-15, SUSECon
    November 20-22, IWLCA Annual Meeting

    December 4-8, RPM Trade Expo
    December 6-12, Pop Warner
    December 13-15, National Scholastic K-12 Chess Championship


    January 3-5, Savvy Sale Owners Conference
    January 5-6, NAFTZ Conference
    January 6-10, Advanced Examiners Conference
    January 15-18, CPC East
    January 22-24, Generac Dealer Conference
    January 24, Disney Bloggers Networking Conference
    January 25-26, HOSA State Officers Planning Meeting
    January 30-February 2, Carquest and Tech-Net Business Conference

    February 3-4, Training Conference and Expo
    February 3-7, 5-Day PANCE/PANRE Review Course
    February 9-13, Grainger Show (held at Convention Center)
    February 10-13, SSPC 2014
    February 17-19, Purina Convention

    March 3-8, Professional Women Controllers/Women in Aviation Conference
    March 12-14, FCC Administrators' Conference
    March 30-April 2, Spring World 2014

    April 3-5, AFCP Annual Conference
    April 3-6, HOSA Leadership Conference
    April 6-10, Florida Water Resources Conference
    April 23-25, Early Learning Leaders National Conference
    April 24-26, FSNA Annual Conference

    May 4-7, LRP National Institute
    May 15-17, Focus Spring Conference
    May 20-22, ABC Kids Spring Educational Conference
    May 28-June 1, L5R Kotei Tournament

    June 9-13, DMGCME Dream Conference
    June 14-18, AWHONN Convention
    June 19-22, USA Gymnastics
    June 25-29, HOSA National Leadership Conference

    July 16-19, ANPD Annual Conference
    July 20-23, FFTA Annual Conference
    July 24-27, DPhiE Convention

    August 2-5, ALPFA National Convention
    August 17-20, NNOHA Conference (proposed?)
    August 29-September 1, AC Arthur's Reader Appreciation Event

    September 12-18, IMATA Conference
    September 19-22, Association of School Business Officials Annual Meeting
    September 21-23, APIC EPI Course

    October 8-12: Travel Planners International
    October 14-15: YoCream University
    October 18-24: Association of Exotic Mammal Veterinarians
    October 19-23: IESALC Conference
    October 22-23: American Association of Zoo Veterinarians
    October 26-29, Learning 2014
    October 30-November 1: IWCA-NCPTW Conference
    October 31-November 2: GBS-CIPD Int'l Symposium

    November 20-22: IWLCA


    March 26-29, HOSA Leadership Conference

    (Proposed) September 2-6, Orlando 2015 Worldcon

    This is not a "FULL" list. This list consists from research on the web and information passed on from fellow CSR lovers. Please post any conventions/meetings that you find.


    DIS Veteran
    Feb 27, 2006
    Dining Options:

    MAYA GRILL: A table service restaurant with a wine menu, dinner offerings which include steaks, seafood and chicken with choices of signature desserts. Hours of operation are: Dinner -- 5-11 p.m.
    Maya Grills menus can be found here on the DIS (updated November 2013):

    PEPPER MARKET: A color-filled food market. There are 420-seats in the Pepper Market Food Court. They serve breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are a la carte. You select your meals by choosing from one of the many stations and ordering your food with the chef. Your ticket will be stamped for each item you get (each guest receives their own card). At the end of the meal, you present your ticket(s) to a CM and pay as you leave.

    The Pepper Market's hours are:

    Breakfast -- 7 a.m. to 11 a.m.

    Lunch -- 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.

    Dinner -- 4:30 p.m. to 11 p.m.

    Pepper Market Menus can be found on All Ears (updated January 2014):


    Lunch and dinner:

    CAFÉ RIX: Cafe Rix is the CSRs new Grab and Go area. They have everything from sandwiches, paninis, salads, pizza slices, cereal, danishes, pastries, etc. You can refill your Refillable Mug here. Cafe Rix also offers wonderful gelato. Café Rix is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner from 6:00 am until midnight.

    Café Rix menus can be found here on the DIS (updated October 2012):

    Las Ventanas

    Las Ventanas is a new (February 2014) table service restaurant that serves breakfast and lunch. It is located near the Rix Lounge. Breakfast and lunch menus are available here:

    CSR Room Service: The CSR is the only moderate to offer a full dining menu for room service. Breakfast is served from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. and all day dining is available from 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.
    All Ears lists this menu for CSR In Room Dining (August 2010):


    The CSR has three bars to choose from:

    CSRs newest addition to adult relaxation, The Rix Lounge, is an upscale lounge offering specialty drinks, appetizers and a DJ on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights beginning at 9:00 p.m. The Rix is open Tuesdays- Saturdays, from 8:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. After 9:00 p.m., no children are allowed. No sneakers or tank tops are allowed. Here is a link to the Rix for up to date information:

    Next is Siestas. The pool bar is located at the Dig Site and offers standard fast food, including hot dogs, burgers, salads, nachos, etc. Siestas orders an array of tropical drinks and beer. You can also refill your refillable mugs here. Hours of operation are: the Bar 11 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and the food section is open from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Be sure to say hi to Francisco he is the BEST!

    Last is the Laguna Bar. The Laguna Bar is lakeside at the CSR with tropical drinks, beer, etc. You can also order food at The Laguna Bar.

    The menu for the Laguna Bar (Served from 11:00am to 10:00pm):

    Smoked Turkey and Cheddar Cheese Panini $9.95

    Capicola Ham and Cheese Panini $9.95

    Cheese Pizza $9.75

    Pepperoni Pizza $9.95

    Vegetable Pizza $9.75

    Ham and Cheese Sandwich $8.95

    Turkey and Provolone Sandwich $8.95

    Fried Coconut Shrimp and Tropical Chutney $9.95

    Chips and Salsa $3.95

    Kids Pick
    Grilled Ham and Cheese Sandwich - Served with cookie and juice box or milk $4.29


    DIS Veteran
    Feb 27, 2006

    The CSR has one of the best pools of all of Disney resorts. The entire complex is known as The Dig Site and the pool itself is the “Lost City of Cibola”. With a 123-foot Jaguar slide and a Mayan Temple, the pool is a crowd pleaser. Near the Dig Site is an arcade, a sand volleyball court and a large playground.

    Kids participate in the pool opening water ceremony each morning at the pool. They chant to bring the water gods to life. It’s a cute little activity they do with the kids along with other water games that they play during the day. Guests are only allowed to climb as high as the first set of large vines crossing the pyramid.

    In the evenings, CSR has a poolside campfire and shows movies (times vary due to time of year – you should receive a schedule at check-in).

    Opening Ceremony:

    Jaguar Slide:

    Kiddie Pool:

    CSR Hot Tub:



  • StitchandPooh'sMom

    DIS Veteran
    Feb 27, 2006
    Fitness Activities

    Jogging Information

    Fitness Center Photos

    Massage Rooms

    Tanning Bed

    CSR Marina

    The marina at CSR will only be open on a seasonal basis. We are assuming this is due to lack of use and saving costs.



    DIS Veteran
    Feb 27, 2006
    Some miscellaneous shots of the CSR from CSR guests and friends:

    And some new pictures, courtesy of dwsandy from their visit to the CSR:

  • saskdw

    DIS Veteran
    Feb 7, 2011
    Awesome!! Thanks for the great work maintaining the best thread on DIS boards!!:thumbsup2

    If someone who is going soon has time we need some new pics of the fitness center. Its all new equipment as of about 1 1/2 years ago. Every piece of equipment in those pics has actually been replaced with brand new better stuff.


    Jul 5, 2011
    Subscribing. Checking into CSR in 28 days for our first stay there and our first Christmas trip to Disney!:cool1:


    Mother runner blogger with a #DisneySide
    Jun 15, 2010
    saskdw said:
    Awesome!! Thanks for the great work maintaining the best thread on DIS boards!!:thumbsup2

    If someone who is going soon has time we need some new pics of the fitness center. Its all new equipment as of about 1 1/2 years ago. Every piece of equipment in those pics has actually been replaced with brand new better stuff.
    I'm not going until feb but I'm wondering if they still have ellipticals?


    DIS Veteran
    Feb 7, 2011
    I'm not going until feb but I'm wondering if they still have ellipticals?
    I don't think we took any pics of the Fitness center, but I used it about 1/2 dozen times the 14 nights we were there last time. From memory, there was 5 brand new tread mills, 2 brand new top of the line bikes, 2 new Ellipticals or stair climbers (don't remember which, I used the tread mills), Brand new smith rack with free weights, couple of free weight bars, new rack of dumb bells up to 50 lbs, couple of benches, and about 10 brand new machines. Actually a pretty good little set-up for a hotel. There is a large change room, sauna, and I think tanning bed. The Casitas quiet pool is right out the door and is set-up for swimming laps if you are into that. The fitness center definately gives it the Deluxe resort feel.


    Mother runner blogger with a #DisneySide
    Jun 15, 2010
    Awesome. I'm going for princess half and might need the elliptical to warm up before the race. I don't want to run extra but the elliptical would work for me.


    Mother runner blogger with a #DisneySide
    Jun 15, 2010
    Oh and I agree. Csr is looking like a secret deluxe! The spa and fitness center plus new business rooms with a great pool all sound fancy schmancy deluxe at mod prices!


    Earning My Ears
    Oct 15, 2012
    Wonderful information - thank you so much!! Our family will be arriving at CSR in 6 days for our first-ever Disney vacation!


    Jul 5, 2011
    I would appreciate any input from those of you who have stayed before at CSR. I'm going to call WDW and put in a request for a particular area - I know there is no guarantee that my request will be honored.

    I've read several different opinions about which area is best and the only real consensus seems to be that people don't care much for Ranchos. I would like to be reasonably close to El Centro because my youngest dd wakes up early and usually wants something to eat. She and I will usually go grab drinks/snacks and take back to DH and our oldest dd. Weather permitting, we will swim a couple of times but probably not every day. And, convenient bus service (not having to always stand because we are the last tone picked up) would be a bonus.

    I really like the look of the casitas area best but when I look at the map, I think Cabanas might be better because it's close to El Centro but not too far from the main pool.

    Any thoughts or suggestions? Thanks!
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