The theme of Walt Disney World’s All-Star Music is of various types of music!
Each individual building has its own theme: Calypso, Jazz, Rock, Country, and Broadway. Large 25-40 foot tall icons (statues) decorate the exterior of each building. You’ll see giant cowboy boots, jukeboxes, and electric guitars to name a few.
The All-Star Music along with the Art of Animation are the two Value Resorts that have family Suites. Prices for the suites are about $160-$197 less per night here at All-Star Music than at the Art of Animation!
All-Star Music is in the midst of a room renovation. The renovated rooms will look like the new rooms at Pop Century (See the Pop post for pics). Renovation started in late 2019 with an expected completion of late 2020 to early 2021. This could be delayed to some extent by the spring 2020 economy shutdown.
All Star rooms offer 2 double beds, which sleep four. A crib may be requested for children under 3 years old. All the All-Stars have now completed a multi-year remodel, which had its good and bad points. A small number of single King rooms are also available.
The good is the addition of a Queen Murphy bed/table combo and a platform queen bed. These take the place of 2 traditional queens. This make for a roomier room, with luggage and other stuff stored under the queen and the Murphy up there is more floor space thank in the past and a coffee maker finally became an All-Star feature.
The bad is the removal of any individuality in the different All-Star Resort’s room theming. A room on Sports looks identical to one in Movies with only small framed artwork changes between the two. The rooms at Pop Century are also nearly identical.
Features include a table and two chairs, dresser, TV, coffee maker and small fridge, ironing board and dryer, small safe, and hair dryer. Ample plugs and USB charging ports are available.
The bathroom proper is off of the single sink vanity area and separated by a door. The vanity area has a curtain to keep light from the vanity area beaming those still trying to sleep.
The All-Star Music 2022 non-discounted room prices start at $123 including tax.
- Standard Room: $123 to $264 – 2 Double Beds and Kings
- Preferred Room: $160 to $302 (Closer to the lobby) – 2 Double Beds and Kings
- Family Suite: $310 – $603 – 1 Queen Bed and 1 Twin-Size Sleeper Chair and 1 Double-Size Sleeper Sofa and 1 Twin-Size Sleeper Ottoman
Listed nightly prices are for 2022 and include sales tax and are rounded to the nearest dollar. They do not factor in any military discount as these are based on availability. Prices listed subject to change by Disney.
See: Walt Disney World Room View Categories – Do They Matter at Value and Moderate Resorts?
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|Military Discounts of up to 30% off are available at Disney Value Resorts. Military Members are eligible to receive this discount using the Disney Armed Forces Salute|
The only dining location at the All-Star Music is the Intermission Food Court (BLD $) Quick Service – Features American cuisine at various stations: Soup/Salad, Pizza, Entrees, and Bakery. You then pay at a central location.
Menus change for all three meals. Breakfast items are standard (eggs, meats, Mickey waffles), lunch features sandwiches and burgers, while for dinner you can have items like London broil, lasagna, baked chicken, or pepper steak. Online Ordering Available.
Singing Spirits is the Pool Bar at Music.
All Star Pizza Delivery – Have pizza and salads delivered to your room.
Two pools – Calypso and Piano
Calypso Pool – This guitar shaped, heated pool is home to a fountain with the Three Caballeros—Donald Duck, José Carioca and Panchito—playfully spraying water at swimmers.
Piano Pool – A grand piano-shaped watering hole featuring a deck of black and white keys is also available for families looking to play it cool throughout the day.
Kiddy Pool – For the little ones, a Kiddy pool is located near the Calypso Pool.
Arcade – Note’Able Games Arcade, fine-tune your gaming skills at this arcade in the Melody Hall building, adjacent to the food court.
Playground – Little musical prodigies can swing and slide at the play area located near the Jazz Inn section.
Guest Laundry – 24-hour self-service laundry rooms are available near Piano Pool and Calypso Pool.
Jogging Trail – 1 mile long around the resort.
An Animal Kingdom Area Resort
Bus transportation is available to all Disney World guest areas.
Overnight Parking is $15.00 per night at the Disney World Values. Note this charge is initiated for all nights of your stay either by telling the front desk that you have a vehicle when checking in or by using your room key/Magic Band to enter the parking lot. If you will not be parking every night (say you have a rental car for just a dat or so) coordinate this with the front desk.
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The All-Star Resorts are on the lower end of all Disney scales (cost, room size, amenities, activities). Having said that they serve several audiences. They are perfect for a young family on a budget, we stayed at All-Stars when our kids were younger, They are good for those who know they don’t care about more in a room as they’ll only go to it to sleep, and they’re good for solo travelers or couples who don’t want a bigger fancier room. I’ve often stayed at All-Stars on solo research trips.
The lobby is loud in both decibels and decoration.
The food court is very busy every morning as guests grab breakfast before heading to the theme parks.
The three All-Stars are all the same, just with different decorations except for the family suites in All-Star Music.Related Posts:
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