Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort

Last Updated on: March 27th, 2024

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Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort is a value-level Disney resort located at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida. As the name suggests, the resort is designed to celebrate the world of movies and features larger-than-life movie-themed icons throughout the property.

The All-Star Movies Resort offers a range of room types, including Standard Rooms and Family Suites. The Standard Rooms can accommodate up to four guests and feature two double beds, while the Family Suites can accommodate up to six guests and feature a separate bedroom, a living area with a sleeper sofa, and a kitchenette.

In addition to the accommodations, the All-Star Movies Resort also features a range of amenities for guests. These amenities include two swimming pools, a food court with a variety of dining options, a gift shop, a game arcade, and a playground.

One of the benefits of staying at the All-Star Movies Resort is its convenient location within the Walt Disney World Resort. The resort is located near Disney’s Animal Kingdom theme park, and is just a short bus ride away from the other Disney parks and attractions.

Overall, Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort is a great option for guests who want to stay in a fun and affordable Disney resort that celebrates the world of movies. It’s a great choice for families who want to stay in comfortable accommodations that offer a range of amenities and easy access to all of the magic of Walt Disney World.

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Disney's All-Star Movies Resort

Fun Facts

  • Number of guest rooms: 1,920
  • This hotel has 5 differently themed areas: 101 Dalmatians, Toy Story Fantasia, The Mighty Ducks, Herbie: The Love Bug

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