Anonymous on 06/20/2012
I stayed at the Coronado Springs Resort last week for several nights to attend a convention.
I carefully inspected the bed/matress and am glad to report that I did not find any evidence of bedbugs. I was in Bldg 7-B on the 2nd floor, and was bite-free the whole time.
Just to make sure that I didn't pick up any little travelers, I kept my luggage in a 55-gallon clear plastic bag tied with a loose knot, and kept my used laundry in another sealed plastic bag. You can't be too careful when it
comes to bedbugs!
Anonymous on 04/26/2012
My sisters family and I were both at Coronado Springs Resort at Disney World earlier this month. We were put in 2 adjoining rooms and found bedbugs in both rooms. They moved us to other rooms but could not put us together in the resort. We were on opposite ends of the hotel with a long walk between us. Since I have 3 kids and she has 1 our plan was to have one of my kids stay in her room. It was very inconvenient. The grounds are beautiful but it is a convention hotel. In the evenings we wanted
to take our kids to the pool but every night the convention goers congregated at the pool drinking and being loud. There was a lot of language that we did not want our kids exposed to so we couldn't enjoy the pool in the evenings like we wanted to. We encountered similar experiences in the restaurant. While at the pool during the day we met another family who had to be moved because of bed bugs.
Jimbo on 12/04/2011
We had bedbugs in our room and on our person In room 7286 at the Cornado Springs Resort. Housekeeping was notified. They came and confirmed, moved us to a new room after taking all of our clothes, shoes, and suitcases to be treated.
Clothes were not returned when promised causing us us to miss at least three hours at the parks!