Sunday Showcase: Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort

All-Star Sports

Good morning and Happy Sunday! Welcome back to the twenty second 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 Sports Resort. If you haven’t checked out last’s week’s article, you can do so here.

Currently All Star Sports is not open to guests, but is set to re-open on December 9, 2021.

Sunday Showcase: Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort

“Get in the game at this Resort hotel that salutes the world of competitive sports, including baseball, basketball, football, surfing and tennis. Go the distance and don’t be afraid to celebrate your inner fan amid sporty décor starring some of your favorite Disney characters. ”

Brief History

Disney’s All-Star Sports 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.

 

Rooms and Facilities

Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort is configured with over 1900 guest rooms. Standard guest rooms will sleep 4 guest plus 1 child under the age of 3 in a crib. Rooms are configured with 2 double beds and have not been refurbished like the other two All-Star resorts.

Guests are spread out amongst 10 Buildings consisting of 5 distinct themes; Touchdown, Home Run Hotel, Center Court, Surf’s Up and Hoops Hotel.

Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort features 2 Distinct Pool areas. The Main pool, Surfboard Bay Pool, is centrally located between the Surf’s Up buildings and Stadium Hall. Stadium Hall is the main building with transportation, shopping and dining. Secondly, there is an additional pool located between Home Run Hotel and Touchdown Buildings.

Dining at Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort

Quick-Service Dining

  • End Zone Food Court – Head to the End Zone for a winning line-up of burgers, hot dogs, pizza and pasta, as well as smoothies and gelato!

Other Dining Options

  • Grandstand Spirits Pool Bar – Dip right into a refreshing Grand Margarita – and more – at this cool hangout next to Surfboard Bay 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

  • Surfboard Bay Pool – Surf’s up at this 242,471-gallon swimming hole designed to make you feel like you’re at the beach.
  • Grand Slam Pool – Shaped like a baseball diamond, this pool features Goofy on a pitcher’s mound lobbing a stream of water at swimmers.
  • Jogging Trail
  • Playground
  • Game Point 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 Sports Resort Wrap-Up

In conclusion, Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort is a a great options for travel parties looking to stay on property at one of the lowest rates possible. This resort is a favorite of large groups traveling for Cheerleading and Dance events due to its close proximity to ESPN Wide World of Sports and its affordability.

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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