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We are veteran Disneyworld travelers and have previously stayed at Animal Kingdom Lodge, Port Orleans (both French Quarter and Riverside), Coronado Springs and All-Star Music. Each of these had special Disney touches in the room. However, this was lacking at Pop Century.
The room was...More
Love staying here, it’s always clean. The beds are comfortable.
The staff are always friendly. I usually get breakfast and dinner at other places , but my family and I have eaten the pizza and it’s yummy.
Had a great 5 night stay at pop century. We did online checkin and requested a room in the 90s or 80s (which have been redone) and at checkin desk also made this request. They were able to accomodate this request which was great. The...More
Not sure I’d call it a “resort”. We stayed 2 nights for a lacrosse tournament at ESPN wwos and it was super convenient. There is basically no food on site. Yes, they have a food court but it is lame by shopping mall standards and...More
I am a very young 62 year old diabetic grandparent accompanying my family on a trip to Disney World. Too make a long story short, my first two days in Disney were very tiring and I did not feel well. On the second day (throughout...More
US$116 - US$268 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#27 Top resorts Hotel in Orlando
#106 Romantic Hotel in Orlando
#108 Family Hotel in Orlando
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Response from DuneBug618 | Reviewed this property |
No less than 60 minutes but I would be aiming for at least 90 minutes prior to opening, especially for Magic Kingdom. You'll want to beat the crowds before going through security or be stuck in with the masses.
Response from Kendell B | Reviewed this property |
I would call now if you can. If you can do online check in request a room in the 80s or 90s as they are the refurbished ones. They are a little further from the bus and classic hall but if you cut across the parking lot... More
I would call now if you can. If you can do online check in request a room in the 80s or 90s as they are the refurbished ones. They are a little further from the bus and classic hall but if you cut across the parking lot instead of going through the resort it isn't as bad.