• On Jul 22, 2018
    Mike from NB Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    Will be renting a scooter what is the best standars room to stay for accesing buses in the 60 building

    Oh, Mike! 

    You are in for such a treat when you stay at Disney's Pop Century Resort. I stayed there last month with two of my friends from the Disney Parks Moms Panel and we were so impressed with the recent renovations to the guest rooms at this larger-than-life Walt Disney World Resort hotel. What a transformation! I bet you'll love it.

    As luck would have it, my friends and I stayed in a standard room in the 60's section of the resort. We loved the location. On my reservation I asked to be placed in a room near the Generation Gap Bridge (which separates Disney's Art of Animation Resort and Disney's Pop Century Resort). I love to hop over to the Landscape of Flavors food court at Disney's Art of Animation Resort during my stays at Disney's Pop Century Resort. The Cast Member who assigns rooms put us in a room on the second floor, near the elevator and overlooking Hourglass Lake. It was perfect! The location was quiet and beautiful. 

    Since you will be traveling with a scooter, I recommend that you request a room on the first floor. Then you can park and charge your scooter right outside your room. Guests staying on higher floors can ask the Bell Services team to charge their scooters for them, but there is no place to charge scooters directly outside guest rooms.

    All of the rooms in the 60's buildings at Disney's Pop Century Resort are close to Classic Hall and the bus stops. No matter where your room is in these centrally located buildings, you'll be able to get to your destination quickly.

    Have an amazing time!
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