Gran Destino
  • On Apr 4, 2023
    Marci from NY Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    We are thinking of staying in the Gran Destino Tower @ CS. Last year, we stayed in a 2 queen room in the Casitas with a roll-a-way. Are roll-a-ways available in the tower? Is the 1st bus stop at the tower or Casitas? I've read conflicting answers.

    Hey there, hi there, Marci! Welcome to planDisney and thanks for stopping by with such great planning questions!

    Well, it sounds like your planning is off to a practically perfect start, Marci! Disney's Coronado Springs Resort is one of my very favorite Disney Resorts Collection hotels. With fabulous and spacious rooms, some of the best dining options in all of Walt Disney World Resort, oh-so-fun pools and awesome Resort activities, it's the perfect magical home away from home for your next magical adventure. I'm thrilled to answer your questions and help you plan your best Disney days!

    Unfortunately, rollaway beds are no longer available at Coronado Springs Resort or any of the Disney Resort hotels. If two people in your travel party don't want to share a bed, Hakuna Matata! It means "no worries!" I suggest that you book a Casitas Suite that has three to four beds and sleeps six to eight adults or a Gran Destino Tower Presidential Suite that has three beds and sleeps up to six adults. These rooms are incredible, Marci. You won't regret it!

    At Coronado Springs Resort, Bus Stop 1 is located near Gran Destino Tower and El Centro, and Bus Stop 2 is near Casitas. However, that does not necessarily indicate the order of the route. While the bus routes can sometimes change, the last time I stayed at Coronado Springs, the bus route to and from the theme parks picked up and dropped in this order: Bus Stop 2 (Casitas), 3 (Ranchos), 4 (Cabanas), and then Bus Stop 1 (Gran Destino and El Centro). 

    The buses to Disney Springs (which is also the Resort's internal bus system) ran in a different order, starting with Bus Stop 1. Every bus stop at the Resort will have signage that explains the current routes around the Resort, to the theme parks and Disney Springs, so just be sure to check them out and snap a picture to keep in your phone, in case you need a reminder throughout your stay.

    I hope this was helpful, Marci, and happy planning! Please feel free to stop by any time with any questions you may have.

    You've got a friend in me,


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