Disney’s Pop Century Resort is a value resort with larger-than-life decor featuring fads of the 1950s to 1990s. Adults will love the blasts from the past, while kids will appreciate the colorful, giant props located all over the resort. Like all Disney resorts, Pop Century offers free transportation to all the Disney theme parks and Disney Springs, free WiFi, and free parking. Guests can also take advantage of Extra Magic Hours and the Disney Dining Plan. Let’s take a look at this super fun resort!
The fun at Pop starts before you even enter the resort. You’re greeted with the huge logo and fun decor before you even walk through the doors. The decade signs, themed gold cart, and giant Lego bricks add to the funky vibe.
There is a large front desk area where the walls are decorated in memorabilia.
I love the sitting area decorated with bright colors and vintage items.
Everything Pop is the resort’s gift shop and quick service food court. There are 7 different stations and tons of food options to choose from.
The main building is also home to the resort’s arcade. Yes, there are massage chairs for parents.
There are 3 pools at Pop Century. The largest is the Hippy Dippy Pool pictured below. It also has a quick service food location.
In addition to the feature pool, there is the Bowling Pool in the 1950s section and the Computer Pool in the 1990s section.
The grounds are a lot of fun with the sections of the resort themed to the different decades.
The rooms at Pop Century contain 2 double beds. All rooms are equipped with a small fridge. Preferred rooms are closer to the food court and bus area.
Have you stayed at Pop Century? I’d love to hear your experiences!