All Star Movies Resort is a popular choice for families traveling to Disney on a budget. This value resort is located near Animal Kingdom & has theming geared around five Disney movies: Toy Story, Fantasia, 101 Dalmatians, The Mighty Ducks, and Herbie: The Love Bug.
Each section has its own iconic characters and decor that bring the movies to life.
If you are traveling to Disney World with fans of Toy Story, kids will absolutely love the buildings featuring their favorite Toy Story characters, like Woody & Buzz Lightyear.
All Star Movies Resort Rooms
All-Star Movies Resort only offers standard rooms that sleep up to four people.
Guests can choose a room with 1 King Bed or a room with 1 Queen Bed and 1 Queen-Size Table Bed.
The table beds are Murphy beds. It can be a table during the day and then pull down to a bed at night.
Rooms are all themed the same regardless of building and feature Mickey Mouse and Friends.
From January 2025 through April 2025, Fantasia Pool at Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort will be closed for routine maintenance.
Although All-Star Movies Resort is considered a Value resort, it still offers plenty of amenities for guests to enjoy.
The main feature is the Fantasia-themed pool that features a Sorcerer Mickey fountain.
There is also a small kiddie pool and water play area for little ones to enjoy.
Guests can enjoy a second smaller Duck Pond pool that is designed to resemble a hockey rink from The Mighty Ducks.
Guests can Roast Marshmallows behind Fantasia Pool between Buildings 5 and 8 6-7 pm nightly and then head over to The Reel Spot—right outside of the World Premiere Food Court for Movies under the Stars at 8 pm nightly.
Guests at All Star Movies Resort can grab quick bites to eat at the World Premiere Food Court, featuring different food stations including pizza, pasta, sandwiches, and more.
The Silver Screen Spirits Pool Bar at Fantasia pool offers drinks and snacks.
As with all Disney World Resorts there are perks like free transportation to the parks.
For All Star Movies Resort guests, transportation equates to buses that run to all four theme parks, two water parks, and Disney Springs.
Are There Better Value Resort Options?
If you are traveling on a budget, a Disney Value Resort is a good option.
While All Star Movies Resort is not our favorite of Disney’s value resorts (that would be Pop Century), if you are planning on only being in your room long enough to sleep, your accommodations really don’t matter.
In my opinion, the theming of All-Star movies is outdated.
While the rooms have been updated, I would prefer to have more cohesiveness with having the outside match the inside.
Those looking for a more traditional Disney experience and can pay a little more per night, might want to check out Art of Animation.
Art of Animation is also considered a Value Resort but its overall interior and exterior feel more like a moderate.
Have you stayed at All-Star Movies Resort? What was your impression?
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