Sunday Showcase: Disney’s All-Star Music Resort

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Good morning and Happy Sunday! Welcome back to the twenty first week of Sunday Showcase. Each week, we take a look at one of Walt Disney World’s resorts. This week we will be taking a look at Disney’s All-Star Music Resort. If you haven’t checked out last’s week’s article, you can do so here.

Currently All Star Music is not open to guests, but is set to re-open on September 15, 2021.

Sunday Showcase: Disney’s All-Star Music Resort

“Let the rhythm move you at this Resort hotel that pays homage to some of the world’s most popular music genres, including country, jazz, rock ‘n’ roll, calypso and Broadway- style show tunes. Large-sized, music-inspired icons outside and subtle song-and dance surprises inside provide a harmonious setting for music lovers of all ages.”

Brief History

Disney’s All-Star Music Resort is one of 3 All-Star resorts in the Value Category. This resort opened to the public on November 22, 1994, with its final building opening just 4 months later. All-Star Music similarly to All-Stars Movies, was recently refurbished which  transformed 2 double bed rooms into two queen beds, with one being a Murphy table. Additionally the carpet was replaced with hard surface floors.

All-Star Music was also Walt Disney World’s first attempt at Family Suites.

The room decor while becoming more clean and sleek still provide the Disney flair. One great piece here is the Huey, Dewey and Louie headboard in the Murphy bed.

 

Rooms and Facilities

Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort is configured with over 1700 guest rooms, including approximately 192 Suites for Families. Standard guest rooms will sleep 4 guest plus 1 child under the age of 3 in a crib. Rooms are configured with 1 queen and 1 queen table bed. Family suites will sleep up to 6 guests plus 1 child under the age of 3 in a crib. These suites are configured with 1 queen bed and 1 queen pull down beds.

Guests are spread out amongst 10 Buildings consisting of 5 distinct themes; Rock Inn, Jazz Inn, Calypso, Broadway Hotel and Country Fair.

Disney’s All-Star Music Resort features 2 Distinct Pool areas. The Main pool, Calypso Pool, is centrally located between the Calypso Buildings and Melody Hall. Melody Hall is the main building with transportation, shopping and dining. Secondly, there is an additional pool located centrally between the other 4 themed set of buildings.

 

Dining at Disney’s All-Star Music Resort

Quick-Service Dining

  • Intermission Food Court – Enjoy a medley of mouthwatering menu options from tasty finger food to hot entrees and desserts.

Other Dining Options

  • Singing Spirits Pool Bar – Let the spirit move you with a chorus of specialty cocktails, beers and wines by the Calypso Pool.

Transportation

  • Bus Service to Walt Disney World® Resort Theme Parks, Water Parks and Disney Springs®
  • Disney Skyliner service to Epcot®, Disney’s Hollywood Studios® and select Disney Resort hotels

Recreation

  • Calypso Pool – Rock out as you cool off inside the guitar-shaped Calypso Pool, home to a colorful fountain of the Three Caballeros.
  • Piano Pool – Strike a chord at the Piano Pool, a grand piano shaped swimming hole featuring black and white keys.
  • Movie Under the Stars
  • Jogging Trail
  • Playground
  • Note’able Games Arcade

Parking

Standard overnight self-parking is available to registered Guests for a fee that will be applied to their hotel folio upon check-out. All parking fees include applicable tax.

  • Parking for Disney Value Resorts is $15 per night.

Complimentary standard self-parking is available while you enjoy select dining, shopping, entertainment and recreation experiences at this Resort.

Disney’s All-Star Music Resort Wrap-Up

In conclusion, Disney’s All-Star Music Resort is a great option for family looking to get the most bang for their buck. With the Standard rooms and Family suites, there is something here for travel parties of all sizes.

Thank you for checking out this week’s iteration of Sunday Showcase. Have you stayed at this resort? What are your thoughts? Let us know in the comments below.

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