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Gran Destino Tower at Disney’s Coronado Springs in Disney World has been open since 2019. Now, we know a lot of folks sleep on this hotel (and it does tend to attract the convention crowd), but we have to show off one of the rooms we recently stayed in because it might surprise you.

Coronado Springs

We got to spend some time in a Deluxe Club Suite room in the tower and let’s just say the experience was pretty amazing. These rooms are on the club level of the tower, meaning you get some perks like access to the exclusive concierge lounge, The Chronos Club. Now, we’ve previously told you all about The Chronos Club, so we’re going to give you a FULL room tour here instead.

The Deluxe Suite sleeps up to four adults and features a king-size bed, as well as a queen-size pull-out sofa. The theming isn’t very “in your face” Disney, but more in line with the theming of the Coronado Springs Resort. The rooms are subtly decorated with pops of orange and red.

There are shelves in the hallway with a few items you might need for your stay. You’ll also find a bin for recyclables. You can also see a nearby thermostat on the wall.

Hallway shelving

This is where you’ll find your ice bucket and cups…

Ice bucket

…as well as a Keurig coffee machine, K-Cups, sweeteners, creamers, and other drink items.


Underneath is the mini-fridge.

Mini fridge

The living area is comfortable, with plenty of seating, a pull-out sofa, a television, some small tables, and a bench.

Living area

Here’s a look at the seating here from another angle — note the entrance into the bedroom.


There’s a nook near the window with a table against the wall and a table and chairs beside it. And yes, that is a Hey, Disney! device along the wall. It’s like an Amazon Alexa device but with a little extra Disney magic.

Table sitting area

There’s also a window: our view was just the parking lot.

Our view

You’ll find a phone on the table against the wall, along with some drawers for additional storage.

Phone and desk

Here’s a closer look at our “Hey, Disney!” device on the other side of the desk, which acts as a personal voice assistant with lots of Disney knowledge.

Hey, Disney

The first bathroom is just a half bath (meaning there’s no shower), but features a pretty patterned wall, with a mirror, sink, under sink storage, a toilet, and a modern art piece on the wall. Disney fans may recognize that character — it is Dahlia from the 2003 animated short Destino. That short was made in collaboration with artist Salvador Dalí.

Second bathroom

Let’s check out the bedroom, which features a queen-size bed. The TV is across from the bed.


You’ve got a door with a full-length mirror, as well as some shelves for storage. This is also where you’ll find the room safe.

Great use of space

Move the sliding door, and you’ll find the closet.


Inside, you’ll find an extra pillow and blanket, hangers, a robe…

Inside the closet

…an ironing board, a luggage rack, and an iron.

Everything you need

The nightstand next to the bed has a phone, a lamp with outlets, and your TV remote. The nightstand also has drawers for storage.


You’ll get plenty of pillows on the bed.


You’ll find reading lights on each side of the bed. There’s also another nightstand on the left, near the window.

Reading light

The windows have sheer curtains as well as heavier black-out curtains.


The main bathroom is huge. There’s a massive mirror in this room, too.

Main bathroom

By massive, we mean MASSIVE. There are two sinks, a magnifying mirror, a box of tissues, and storage underneath the sinks, including a space for extra towels.

HUGE mirror

Amenities include a vanity set, a shower cap, mouthwash, lotion, and more.


Soap is also provided.


This room features towels, a trash can, a separate toilet, and a shower.

Another angle

The toilet room has some pretty art in it. This is pretty much a good representation of the kind of artwork you’ll find on the walls.


Here’s a look at the shower, which has a static showerhead plus a handheld showerhead.


Shampoo, conditioner, and body wash are in dispensers on the wall.


If you think a Deluxe Club Suite could be right for you, you’ll find a comfortable spacious room plus access to The Chronos Club (which will get you free snacks and drinks). A weeklong stay in June for two adults and one child is currently around $845.50 per night, but prices can change depending on the date and size of your group. 

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