Each themed area features motel-style buildings adorned in larger than life phrases and iconography of the particular decade being represented. The resort has 2,880 rooms in ten separate buildings, three pool areas, and one central area, named "Classic Hall", that houses the front desk, gift shop, arcade and food court. The buildings are four-story versions of the three-story All-Star Resort buildings.
All air-conditioned rooms feature safes, phones, and ironing boards. TVs come with cable channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries.
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Set 1.7 miles from Disney's Hollywood Studios, this nostalgic budget resort highlights pop culture from the 1950s through the 1990s, including iconic toys, fashions and dances.
Exciting changes are being made at Disney’s Pop Century Resort. The resort will embark in creating a new transportation system, Disney Skyliner, which will give guests a bird’s-eye view of Walt Disney World Resort while traveling via gondolas. This transportation system will connect future guests of Disney’s Pop Century Resort with Disney’s Hollywood Studios, the International Gateway at Epcot and other resorts.
The resort is also undergoing a room refurbishment project that is expected to be completed by the end of summer 2018.
While they work their magic, the resort will be in full operation with all amenities available to guests, including dining, merchandise and recreation locations. It is possible that guests may see or hear construction, but noise should not be heard from guestrooms between dusk and 9am.