Disney’s Pop Century Resort falls under the Value Resort category and is located in the Wide World of Sports Resort Area. As the name implies, the resort includes your favorite fads spanning from the 1950s to the 1990s. Guests are transported to the theme parks, as well as Disney Springs, via complimentary buses and the new Disney Skyliner.
Guests have a total of 3 pools from which to choose to lounge about in style! The Hippy Dippy Pool is the feature pool and includes flower-shaped water jets. There is a kiddie pool area complete with a pop-jet water fountain located nearby. The Bowling Pool (1950’s section) and the Computer Pool (1990’s section) are also available to Guests. Additional amenities found at this resort include a jogging trail, playground, arcade, and self-service laundry rooms.
Guests have 4 different room category options from which to choose. Each category can accommodate up to 4 Adults. The Standard Room includes views of the Resort Hotel or
Parking Areas. The Standard Pool View includes views of the Bowling Pool or the Computer
Pool. The Preferred Room includes views of the Courtyard or Landscaping. The Preferred Pool View includes views of Hippy Dippy Pool. Both of the Preferred categories are located close to Classic Hall, Dining, Shopping, and Transportation. The bedding found in any of the categories is 1 King Bed or 1 Queen Bed and 1 Queen-Size Table Bed.
The Everything POP Shopping & Dining includes a multitude of quick-service locations serving hearty comfort food and healthy fare to grab n’ go options. Guests who are looking for some adult beverages should visit Petals Pool Bar located near the Hippy Dippy Pool. Disney Resorts Pizza Delivery can also be ordered from Guests’ hotel rooms for dinner or a late-night snack.
Disney’s Pop Century Resort Map
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Written by Adjunct Professor Nicole Newgas, edited by Professor Heather Adamczak