PHOTOS: New Logo Merchandise Arrives at Panchito’s Gifts and Sundries in Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort

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We sing and we samba! We shout, “Ay, Caramba! New merch!” Panchito’s, the main gift shop at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort, recently underwent an extensive refurbishment, but it’s since returned and has been churning out some pretty nice merch. With Gran Destino Tower opening up soon, it appears the main resort’s switching up their look a bit with some new logo merchandise that features the new building facade and color scheme. After having an amazing, surprise king suite upgrade happen here once (and many marvelous stays thereafter), I’m a huge fan of this resort. Check out all the new merch below!

New Logo Merchandise at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort

Disney’s Coronado Springs Coasters – $19.99 (Set of 4)

Men’s Nike Dri-Fit Golf Polo – $65.00

Perfect for every dad. (Cellphone belt clip not included.)

Women’s Glitter-Embossed Tee – $34.99

We love the light, soft cotton on this heathered tee. Perfectly breezy for the hot spring/summer days coming up.

Women’s Teal Tank Top – $34.99

Enamel-Coated Stainless Steel Water Bottle/Canteen – $29.99

Gotta stay hydrated! This double-walled steel canteen will keep your water or tea extra cold, with little or no condensation to worry about.

Disney’s Coronado Springs T-Shirt – $19.99

This one’s my favorite. It features the entire front entrance of the Gran Destino Tower.

While I find it odd that these feature Gran Destino Tower, but still say Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort. It definitely shows that they’re gearing up for the upcoming roll-out of Gran Destino merch, starting with this new logo. We can’t wait to see the rest as it’s released!

Oh, and as a special bonus, check out who we saw in the convention center:

Burrito’s cart lives on! This was removed from Panchito’s during its initial phases of remodeling, but we’re happy it’s still making rounds throughout the resort.

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Trolley Cart Café
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Trolley Cart Café

i liked it, i fink it represents the colonial style of mexico better than the one from the 90’s , even though i miss it

José carioca
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José carioca

Hey what means ay caramba!!!

Panchito
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Panchito

Oh yes I DON’T KNOW!!