2003 is when POP Century Debuted
5,760 are the number of rooms in the Disney’s Pop Century resort. Opened December 2003
8640 rooms at the all value resorts. No wonder I can’t get a bus!
23,556 guests can stay at the value resorts when they are full
177 acres encompasses the POP Century resort,
260 square feet is the size of the POP Century - the smallest (and least expensive) of all rooms on the Disney property.
16 miles of railing are at the POP Century.
2.5 acres of window surface need to be cleaned at POP Century.
14 acres of roofing are at the POP Century Resort.
36.5 Acres of carpet and over 230,000 gallons of paint were used at POP Century resort.
260 square feet is the size of Pop Century room that has 2 double beds.
4 guests can sleep in a Pop Century room
$10 surcharge is applied to all room in the 1960s section as these are the closest to the Bus Station, Food court, and lobby
1950 rooms do not have the surcharge and are just as close as the 1960s room
3 swimming pools are located at Pop Century
4 stories is the height of al the building at Pop Century
41 foot high Rubik’s cube can be found at Pop Century
65 foot high bowling pins can be found at Pop Century
9 iconic bowling pins can be found standing around the resort, Where's the tenth? It's actually the bowling pin pool in the courtyard!
35 feet tall are the 8-tracks tapes, with "tape" that is more than 1-foot in width. A real 8-track tape is a mere 5 ¼ inches tall, with a tape that is only ¼ inch wide.
12 feet tall are the Soccer players, and the "toy" ball is more than 2 ½ feet in diameter.
51 display cases are in the lobby displaying all kinds of artifacts
33 acres on the other side of the lake have been put on hold, these buildings would be the legendary Year buildings 1900 to 1940s
0 pool slides can be found here, sorry kids
4 giant flowers can be found at the pool that sprinkle the kid or kids at heart with water
877 pounds can be the weight of a person if they were big enough to ride the giant Big Wheel at Pop century
5,000-square-foot retail center in Classic Hall offers resort-specific merchandise and Walt Disney World souvenirs
125,000 gallons of paint were used to create the bright colors and tie-dyed hues on the buildings' interior and exterior walls
10 buildings make up this resort, not including the main lobby
4 story jukebox can be found in the 1950 buildings
30 foot tall Mickey Mouse Phone can be seen at this resort