As you’re probably aware, the transformation of Disney’s Coronado Springs is well underway and set to be completed in the Summer of 2019. Yesterday, we decided to head over and see the latest progress on the various ongoing projects.
A look at the new 15-story tower from the parking lot.
Here we see the rooftop restaurant.
The repainting of the main building appears to be complete. Note the new decorative pattern on the dome.
A reconfigured section of parking lot near the building looks to be nearing completion.
For whatever reason, the section all the way to the right in this photo hasn’t been painted to the new color scheme.
The Pepper Market is now El Mercado De Coronado. Much like what was done to Panchito’s, the restaurant is greatly subdued. It now reminds me of a college dining hall.
If Disney hotels continue to remove theme for “contemporary design”, will they even be themed anymore? This is a trend I think most agree needs to stop. If I wanted to stay at a Hilton, I could.
Work continues on the Lago Dorado restaurant out on the water, as well as the new walkways to better connect the resort.
They were installing railings on the walkways when we were there.
The now-abandoned marina sits quietly near the new tower.
Stay tuned for continuing coverage of the reimagining of Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort, expected to be completed next Summer.