Mom and daughter on Expedition Everest
  • On Mar 23, 2013
    Mysha 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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    6/2013. Staying at CSR Bec Qbed & good pool for 2.5 yo swimmer! Taking Bkfst/PB&J items for some meals. Afternoons spent napping/pool. Where should we request: casitas, cabanas, or ranchos? Bldg #? Is bus/dig site access most imp. Or El centro acc


    I love Coronado Springs Resort!

    I would suggest that that since you are planning on spending afternoons in nap or pool time (which I strongly encourage!), the Cabanas area is probably best. You are going to find yourself close to the pool, but also very close to El Centro, and all the amenities that it provides. You are also at the end of the bus route around the resort, so if you plan it correctly you can spend less time waiting. By that I mean catching your bus at the Cabanas bus stop over by the 8A building when leaving for a park, but getting off the bus at El Centro on your return to the resort from a park. This means less time at bus stops waiting, without really any extra walking.

    Of the Cabanas, 9B is your best bet, then 9A, then 8B. The first recommendation puts you a short walk to the pool, and close to El Centro. The only reason why I am not a fan of 8A is that I think it is so close to the pool resulting in noise that can keep a napper awake. Not what you are probably looking for!

    If you had to give a second recommendation, I would go for the Casitas, as close to El Centro as possible.

    Write me back if you have any follow up questions!

    Have a magical vacation!
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