All six of the Trinidad South buildings (well, [I]maybe[/I] not Building 34) are going to have some water view rooms.
When it comes to making a reservation at Disney’s moderate-level resorts, they make NO distinction between a view of a lake/river and a view of a pool. In other words, you can’t book a “lake view” room or a “pool view” room, there’s just “water view” rooms. When you are standing at the front desk, their computers can make that distinction, but it’s impossible to make a reservation for one or the other.
Buildings 35 and 38 have the most lake frontage, 39 has some, 37 (and possibly 34) may have some distant lake frontage. The village’s quiet pool is between Buildings 36 and 37.
OK, so those are the cold hard facts. Now, please allow me to share my opinion …
[B]Save your money. [U]DON’T PAY FOR A WATER VIEW[/U].[/B] [I]Why???[/I] Because at all four of Disney’s Moderate resorts, your window and door open onto an exterior corridor, the walkway that everyone has to use to get to and from their rooms. In other words, if you have your curtains wide open to enjoy the view, then everyone walking by has a great view of [U][I]YOU[/I][/U] !
So THAT is why I always recommend against spending an extra $25 per night at the Moderates for a water view.