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Stayed here for the 1st time on my last Disney trip. When we first got there we walked the grounds and it was great. Unfortunately thats about the only time we got to see the grounds. We stayed in bldg 8 on the back side...More
First trip and stay in a Disney Resort. Check In was quick and staff was friendly. Nice location in the 60s building. Close to the main building and buses. Pool was clean and had lots of fun activities for the kids. Room could have been...More
Everything about the room qualifies as 'average'…room is tiny, pillows so-so, beds rough, and towels may be the thinnest I've ever seen in a hotel. Rooms are quiet, except for near the door where you can hear guests walking past or entering the rooms. Unfortunately,...More
Stayed twice at Wilderness Lodge (fantastic) but this trip Feb. lst - 5th we stayed at Pop Century. We had wonderful discounts plus free meal plan. We up grated to better dining plan. We ate supper in the cafeteria the first night, Crowded, but very...More
We have stayed multiple times at the Pop Century Resort for the convenience and perks of Disney Resort guests without breaking the bank. It is much newer than the All Star Resorts, plus it has dedicated buses instead of sharing like the All Star. This...More
US$116 - US$271 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from DuneBug618 | Reviewed this property |
No less than 60 minutes but I would be aiming for at least 90 minutes prior to opening, especially for Magic Kingdom. You'll want to beat the crowds before going through security or be stuck in with the masses.
Response from Kendell B | Reviewed this property |
I would call now if you can. If you can do online check in request a room in the 80s or 90s as they are the refurbished ones. They are a little further from the bus and classic hall but if you cut across the parking lot... More
I would call now if you can. If you can do online check in request a room in the 80s or 90s as they are the refurbished ones. They are a little further from the bus and classic hall but if you cut across the parking lot instead of going through the resort it isn't as bad.