Disney Resort Spotlight: Disney’s All-Star Resorts

Disney’s All-Star Resorts are three distinct Value resorts at Walt Disney World. These resorts are located in the Animal Kingdom resort area, across from the ESPN Wide World of Sports complex. Each resort has a similar layout, but with a different theme: All-Star Movies, All-Star Music, and All-Star Sports.

These resorts offer value-priced accommodations where guests can take advantage of all the benefits of staying at an on-site resort hotel. Each resort also has Disney-themed touches. All-Star Movies has different areas themed to Toy Story, 101 Dalmatians, Fantasia, and more. All-Star Music features theming to different musical styles like country and rock ‘n’ roll, as well as Disney characters such as the Three Caballeros. All-Star Sports has different areas themed to different sports accented with favorite Disney characters.

Each resort has multiple pool options. At All-Star Sports, guests can enjoy the larger main Surfboard Pool, or the baseball bat-shaped Grand Slam Pool. At All-Star Movies, there’s a fun Fantasia-themed pool featuring Sorcerer Mickey, as well as a second pool in the Mighty Ducks wing of the resort. At All-Star Music, guests can enjoy the large Piano Pool, or the fun Three Caballeros-themed Calypso Pool.

The standard rooms at Disney’s All-Star Resorts feature two double beds, a single-sink vanity, and a mini-fridge. For larger families, All-Star Music also offers family suite options that can sleep up to 6 adults. The All-Star Resorts also offer Preferred Rooms, a room category that are located closer to transportation and the resort’s food court. This option costs a little bit more per night, about $15 or so, but is a great option for guests that don’t want a longer walk back to their room after a day at the parks.

Each All-Star Resort has a food court – Intermissions Food Court at All-Star Music, World Premiere Food Court at All-Star Movies, and End Zone Food Court at All-Star Sports. Each food court features multiple stations offering burgers, pizza, hot dogs, smoothies, pasta, salads, and more. The food courts are open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Disney’s All-Star Sports Resorts offer bus service to Walt Disney World’s four theme parks and Disney Springs. Depending on how busy it is, the All-Star Resorts may share buses among them, and so guests may have multiple stops departing or returning to their resort.

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