2. Coronado Springs
What makes the Coronado Springs so impressive is that it looks like a deluxe resort with moderate prices. It's massive, with three "villages" containing 1917 rooms surrounding the Grand Destino Tower with 545 rooms. It's so large it needs two bus stops, marked by a 15-acre lake leading to a volleyball beach, boat rentals, and a great pool area with a water slide set in a huge temple along with the largest hot tub in all of Walt Disney World.
The dining options are amazing, with ten restaurants ranging from a counter-service food court to Rix Sports Bar to several Mexican and Spanish restaurants. The only real con is that there's little Disney feel to it, more of a fancy resort in Orlando. However, the resort itself is amazing for how affordable it is with all it offers and more than enough to do for guests outside the parks.