4 Reasons Why THIS Walt Disney World Resort Hotel Should Be Your First Stop

When it comes to choosing a hotel at Walt Disney World Resort, there are several considerations to take into account. Price, theme, amenities, and resort layout all come to mind. However, there is one resort on the Walt Disney World property that might be overlooked as one of the best resort hotels on the property.

Disney’s Pop Century Resort is a value resort that’s conveniently located on the Skyliner route, it has a compact layout, great amenities, and updated rooms. Let’s look at four reasons why you should visit Pop Century Resort on your next visit to Walt Disney World.

1. Fun themes for all ages

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Pop Century Resort is themed around the decades from the 1950s to 1990s. Across the resort you’ll find buildings decorated with groovy flowers, 8-lane strips, massive bowling pins, giant Yo-Yos, huge Rubix cubes and even big old-fashioned cell phones. It’s a dose of nostalgia for customers over 30.

However, there are plenty of elements that younger kids will love. A huge foosball court sits in the 70s section next to a large Mickey telephone. By the main pool you can see Baloo and Mowgli from The Jungle Book, and Lady and the Tramp standing guard over a few 50s themed buildings. Definitely worth walking around the resort to see all of them. these fun elements of the theme station of this decade.

2. Newly renovated rooms

Pop Century Bedroom
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Rooms at Pop Century Resort have been recently renovated. They feature a clean look with updated shower features and plenty of storage. Double queen rooms will have one of the beds which will function as a Murphy bed where you can fold it up (very easily I might add) to access a small table. There are illustrations featuring Mickey Mouse and his friends that kids will love.

The best part of the rooms, however, might be all the storage. There is a chest of drawers, a cafe and several shelves in the bathroom. In addition, there is enough space under the beds to store suitcases. Rooms also include beverage refrigerators, coffee makers, hair dryers, and safes.

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