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Disney's All-Star Resorts
Disney's All-Star Resorts
Both economical and magical, the All-Star Resorts bring movies, music, and sports to life in three independent yet connected resort hotels. The All-Star Movies, All-Star Music, and All-Star Sports Resorts are located near Disney’s Animal Kingdom theme park and the Blizzard Beach water park.
A star-studded production awaits you at the All-Star Resorts. From the painted stars everywhere you look to the autographed photos of famous celebrities lining the lobby walls, each resort greets you as a star in its main hall—Cinema Hall in All-Star Movies, Melody Hall in All-Star Music, and Stadium Hall in All-Star Sports. The halls house the registration desks, food courts, general stores, and arcades. Outside, the stars give way to larger-than-life movie, music, and sports icons, such as a towering Buzz Lightyear, a four-story-high conga drum, and a Coke cup that could hold 240 million ounces. Music plays in the background, providing you with an ever-changing soundtrack as you stroll through the grounds.
RESORT LAYOUT & ROOMS
The 5,568 guest rooms (1,728–1,920 in each resort) are situated in 15 differently themed areas encompassing a total of 30 buildings. All-Star Movies Resort showcases 101 Dalmatians, Fantasia and Fantasia 2000, The Love Bug, Toy Story, and Mighty Ducks; All-Star Music Resort features Calypso, Jazz Inn, Rock Inn, Country Fair, and Broadway; and All-Star Sports Resort sports Surf’s Up!, Hoops Hotel, Center Court, Touchdown!, and Home Run Hotel. Each of the 15 areas features a themed courtyard flanked by two of the T-shaped buildings. The energetic and colorful themes are echoed in the guest rooms, with themed drapes, wallpaper, and a vanity area with one sink. Standard rooms have either two double beds or one king bed, a TV, a small table with two chairs, a small refrigerator, and drawers. Rooms with king-size beds are also the barrier-free rooms; thus, some of these rooms have only showers (no tubs). Rooms are small—260 sq. feet—but we find them adequate with the simple furnishings. 192 Family Suites are also available in All-Star Music—see page 39. No private balconies or patios, but each room has individual climate controls.
Top Photo Slice: Cinema Hall at Disney's All-Star Movies Resort (℗ 8867) Photo contributed by © chezp
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