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It was different this year compared to the previous 5 times for us. Limited access to food court, limited room cleaning, $15 per night parking. Prices are going up while services are disappearing - no more airline check-in, DME will soon be gone too :(
Friendly staff, atmosphere, pool, transportation to theme parks,
Hotel food could be better quality.
Very convenient and well organized
Rooms were adequate but small and had a cleaning supplies odor.
the cafeteria was really nice to have at the resort. The bed inside the room was very comfortable and it was a nice fit to have a table and a bed stowed away. Like the surrounding area where there wasn't any mosquitoes or insects while we were walking around. The staff are very friendly and made the experience even better. We like the convenience of having the shuttles and drop offs and Pickups. The Magic Band really made it an easy process to get in and out of our room as well as paying for items.
It rained during our visit and the floor was quite slippery there was many times where we almost fell especially with the little ones holding them. the gift shop should have a bit more variety of items. Or it would have been nice to purchase from the room and have it delivered. Just like many canvases when it rains umbrellas are available inside and out as entering the building and leaving.
The game room was nice. Our son enjoyed.
The person checking us in was nice and then she seemed rushed. We got one of the older rooms and woke up to small flies in the bathroom. Very loud outside our room. The veggie burger was not very good.
Small rooms, not great value
The location was fine - quick easy bus ride to parks.
The rooms are very small and the quality is pretty poor. The amount of money paid on the room alone is not a great value. I can have just as much enjoyment paying a similar amount for a better quality hotel in Disney Springs. I would not choose to stay at this resort again.
Bare bones for high price
No daily resort fee like at other properties outside of Disney. Bus option to get around; best for Magic Kingdom. Close in to the action.
Expensive food that is mediocre at best. Shallow swimming pools. Bland room decor.
Great for doing WDW on the cheap
The best part of this hotel is that it is inexpensive and thus enabling us to go to Disney World without breaking the bank
The room was small which was tough with a small child. We had to do all of our next day prep before he went to bed and so he would get to bed later than normal.
Convenience to enter the parks early or leave late with the Extra Magic Hours,and ease of transportation to all Disney attractions. Disney Magic is everywhere. Good number of staff all around and specially in the pool area with good number of safe guards.
The rooms needs renovations. We couldn't use the one bed farther from the door because it mate too much noise. Sound insulation could be improved. Some staff member were very friendly while other were a bit rude (cafe).
We stayed in a renovated room. Absolutely perfect. It's wasn't fancy but it was nice. Hence the value resort status. There were no smells in the room.
One of the outlets did not work next to bed. Check in staff were rude. High price food in cafe on site.
on Disney site
Very run-down hotel
Their check-in system is very inefficient
Disney’s Pop Century Resort offers the chance to step back in time and enjoy all the best trends of the decades of the late 20th century, from the 1950s through the 1990s and beyond. This resort is designed to pay homage to the timeless styles, dances, catchphrases, and toys that captivated the hearts of everyone during these eras. The resort is located near the Skyliner, providing gondola rides to Epcot and Hollywood Studios. It also features a 1960’s themed Hippy Dippy Pool, complete with flower-shaped jets and fountains.
Guests at Pop century can enjoy a variety of dining choices inspired by the same decades at the Everything POP Shop, which features a variety of quick-service food stations and on-the-go options. Drinks can be enjoyed at Petals Pool Bar, and late night pizza is always available courtesy of Disney Resorts Pizza Delivery. There is a playground located in the ‘70s area of the resort, as well as a jogging trail that spans the resort.
Two other pools are available at this resort, including a bowling-themed 1950s pool that is actually shaped like a bowling pin and a ‘90s-themed pool designed with tech in mind (that one is shaped like a floppy disc and keyboard). The fun, funky accommodations and attractions at Pop Century set it apart from the rest of the Disney resorts, offering a little more grown up fun for the older kids and adults in the family. Plus, every stay at the resort comes with the traditional, high-quality Disney service and support that people expect.
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Policies vary by room type and provider.
If you are looking for something fun to do with the kids, head to the Hippy Dippy Pool Deck for a free movie night. Visit the resort’s reception for a full schedule of the Disney movies that are played, this activity is free of charge and movies start playing at 8:30 pm.
For a memorable birthday that your child will love, surprise them with a Disney themed personalized In-Room Celebration, featuring their favorite Disney character on all the goodies included in the package such as balloons, a door banner and a themed basket with gifts. There are 8 themes to choose from including Mickey Mouse and the Frozen characters, with prices starting at $275 per celebration. In addition, you can order a specialty Disney cake delivered to your room which can be ordered from the phone in the room by pressing "Dining Options!".
If you are heading to one of the Disney parks for the day, hop on the Walt Disney Bus Service which leaves from the bus stop outside Disney's Pop Century Resort. The first bus leaves 45m before the parks open, with the last bus getting back to the resort 2h after closing time, with buses operating every 20m. You can use the buses to travel between parks as well, but it is best to ask staff for the fastest route to take.
While smoking is not permitted in any of the rooms nor on the balconies, Disney's Pop Century Resort does have over 10 designated smoking areas located outdoors. You will find them all throughout the resort, with the majority spread out on along Hourglass Lake on Memory Lane.
If you are looking at staying close to Classic Hall, where the dining area and all the amenities and bus stops are located, you should book a room in the 50s, 60s or 70s building blocks. Within these blocks, a Preferred Room will guarantee you vicinity to all the services. If you want a relaxed stay, ask for a lakeside facing room as they tend to be quieter than the rooms facing the swimming pools.
If you see any merchandise or souvenirs you like while spending the day at any of the Disney parks, you can shop to your heart’s content without having to worry about carrying bags around the whole day. Your shopping can be sent for you directly to Disney's Pop Century Resort, where you can pick it up from Everything POP Shopping & Dining. It is located at Classic Hall and is open every day from 6:00 am to midnight. (Prices checked 05/05/19).
Disney's Pop Century Resort is located at 1050 Century Drive, 2.8 km from the centre of Lake Buena Vista. Disney's BoardWalk Resort is the closest landmark to Disney's Pop Century Resort.
Check-in time is 3:00 PM and check-out time is 11:00 AM at Disney's Pop Century Resort.
Yes, Disney's Pop Century Resort offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Disney's Pop Century Resort does not offer free parking.
Yes, Disney's Pop Century Resort offers free airport shuttle service.
Disney's Pop Century Resort is 24.7 km from Orlando.
Yes, Disney's Pop Century Resort has a pool on-site.