Welcome to those of you joining me from Magical Mouse Schoolhouse and those of you just hopping aboard. I am the Final stop on our Magical Blogorail.
Today we are taking a virtual tour of Disney’s value resorts and I get to discuss my favorite, Disney’s Pop Century Resort. Each section of the resort is themed after a different decade from the 1950s to the 1990s. There are icons that represent each decade.
The main building is called Classic Hall. It is where you check in and also houses the gift shop, food court, and arcade. Make sure to check out the displays located near the check in area that showcase some great memorabilia.
There are 3 large pools at Pop Century resort. The main pool is the Hippy Dippy pool that is located behind Classic Hall and is part of the 60s section. The bowling pin pool is located at the 50s section and the computer pool is at the 90s. There is also a kid’s water play area near Classic Hall.
Pop Century’s food court, Everything Pop, is combined with the resorts gift shop. There are four stations as well as a bakery area and a grab and go section. The menus at the resort recently changed for the better and offer a nice variety.
While the rooms at Disney’s value resorts are not the biggest, if you are just looking for somewhere to rest your head between park visits they are just right. Each room will have two double beds or one king bed, a table and two chairs, dresser, television, refrigerator, closet and vanity area, and bathroom. I have more room photos as well as a video tour of an accessible room here.
We have stayed at Pop Century three times and have enjoyed each visit. It is a fun resort that we consider to be one of our homes away from home.
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