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All About Disney's All-Star Movies Resort

All-Star Movies is one of the most popular Value Resorts on Disney property, and after a recent stay there, it's easy to see why!  All-Star Movies recently underwent a room renovation to give everything a fresh, modern look and we are loving the layout and space the updates provide.  This resort is popular with families and value-seekers alike with great price points with Disney inclusions and over-the-top themes that make you feel like you are surrounded by some favorite Disney movies.

The All-Star Resorts (including All-Star Movies) are a part of Disney's Value resorts, which means they offer the great perks of staying on Disney property at some of the most affordable prices you will find.  Staying at this resort will let you take advantage of Disney's Magical Express from MCO, bus transportation around Walt Disney World Resort, MagicBands and charging privileges throughout Walt Disney World back to your room and resort package delivery (to name a few!).

Let's take a little photo tour through the resort.

First up, the lobby and main building area.  This includes the front desk, gift shop, and food court all centrally located for your convenience.  The Disney buses pick up and drop off here as well. Right behind the main building, there is a big pool and laundry facilities for guests to take advantage of too.

Lobby Decor
Guest Laundry Area
Fantasia Pool
Lots of loungers by the pool. 

The main building is also home to the World Premier Food Court and attached Silver Screen Spirits Pool Bar.  This area can get a bit busy but they offer all of the basics to make sure there is something for everyone to eat.  It's open breakfast, lunch and dinner, offers mobile order and there are even room service options!  If you are feeling adventurous, ask about their secret menu too!

Pool Bar
Cocktail menu and beverage
Selection of beverages in the food court
In Room Delivery advertisement

Kids grilled cheese
Meatball sub and chips
Seasonal cupcake
Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Cup

Minnie Strawberry Cupcake
Selection of desserts in the food court
Forky seasonal cupcake

As you explore around the resort, there are several theme areas based on different Disney and Pixar movies, from the Mighty Ducks to Toy Story, I highly recommend just taking some time to walk around and see all the fun icons around!  There are also other, smaller pools at some of the other building areas.

Some lovely foliage around the resort
The 101 Dalmatians area is a Kingdom Konsultant favorite because it's centrally located, close to a pool, and the theming is just too cute! 
Quiet Pool
Mighty Ducks Lockers by the pool
Fantasia building
The Love Bug icons
Toy Story Stairwell
Toy Story Building
Toy Story Icons

On my last stay at All Star Movies, I was assigned a room in the Toy Story section.  The layout of the rooms is a queen bed and a Murphy bed/table combo which I felt really helped make the room feel bigger when the bed was up.  I'm a big fan of the neutral tones and Mickey artwork throughout the rooms.



Murphy Bed Table
Natural light from the windows
All rooms have a mini fridge, ice bucket and coffee maker
Coffee and tea selection
Nice TV and storage area

Shower supplies
Lots of counter space in the bathroom!
Small closet and storage area
The split bathroom is great for busy mornings

Bed pulled down
Woody welcomed us home each night
Another great perk of the All-Star Resorts is that they are all walking distance to one another.  One night, we hopped on the All-Star Music bus and walked through their lobby and off to our room to take in their fun decor as well.
You can even pool hop if you are feeling so inclined!
All-Star Music Lobby Decor

Have you stayed at the All-Star Movies resort?  What is your favorite part?

The pictures in this post show a standard room which sleep up to 4 Adults.  King rooms are also available by request only. All hallways are exterior at this resort.  At time of writing, prices for the resort range from $112-$246 per night.  There are additional adult fees if there are more than 2 adults in the room.  Contact your Kingdom Konsultant agent today to learn more!

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