Thank you, as usual.Photo update as of Saturday, January 19, 2019. The upper sides of the tower have gotten finishing touches.
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On the lakeside of the tower, decorative details are being installed, as per the concept art.
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The framework for the enclosed, air-conditioned passage between the original Coronado Springs lobby and the tower has been erected. (According to the concept video in the lobby.) The outer grounds on the lakeside of the tower have been graded for landscaping, protected by this plastic sheet.
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Work continues on the lake bar and restaurant.
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Agree. Very much missing balconies.I just realized why this looks so prision like, no balconies. That is the one thing we really enjoy in a deluxe stay.
Is it me or does this not look as bad as people are making it out to be ???Photo update as of Thursday, January 31, 2019.
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The enclosed, air conditioned connector framework as seen from the original Coronado Springs check-in lobby windows. The construction scrim had fallen down and the connector is visible here, where it will connect with the current lobby.
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I apologize in advance if the following have been posted previously. In the Coronado Springs lobby there is a video of artists' concept pictures of the new tower and surrounding landscaping. I only present a few of the views shown, there are others.
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I’m excited to see it complete and open. Unfortunately, I don’t have the luxury of planning visits months in advance so hopefully the high number of suites will be advantageous to mee since it is always difficult to find suites at the deluxe resorts on such short notice.Is it me or does this not look as bad as people are making it out to be ???
All three bridges will be guest accessible. The restaurant is located at the meeting point of the three bridges, but it does not block them. This will be especially helpful for guests going from Casitas to the Pool or former lobby/convention space. The general thought is that post-renovation the tower will be the primary convention hotels space followed by the Casitas. Meanwhile, the Ranchos(?) and Cabanas will be primarily intended for parks guests.Not sure if this has been answered already but is the walkway near the new restaurant open to the public for easier access to the main building or is it still only the walkway from Cabanas to Main building?