Disney’s All-Star Music Resort
Disney’s All-Star Music Resort is a resort that is part of the Walt Disney World Resort. It is one of five resorts in the Value Resort category. The resort is located on the southern portion of the Walt Disney World Resort property near Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Disney’s All-Star Music Resort is a 1,604-room hotel featuring giant icons that pay homage to classic music genres—including Broadway show tunes, calypso, country, jazz, and rock n’ roll. Disney’s All-Star Music Resort was the first Disney Value Resort with family suites. As a characteristic with all Disney Value resorts, the resort features a music theme with giant novelty items such as guitars, trumpets, and drums. The resort is designated in the Florida Green Lodging Program.
The groundbreaking for the All-Star Resort complex was in November 1992. The architect of the resort was Arquitectonica of Miami. All Star Music was the second All-Star Resort to open after Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort. Calypso was the first building to open on November 22, 1994, and Broadway was the last to open on February 17, 1995. The resort opened on November 22, 1994.
Our last stay at Disney’s All-Star Music Resort was in the Country buildings. The room was nice and clean. The bathroom was well stocked with enough towels and soup for us. The fridge worked well and the TV was nice. The only thing that seems to be across the board so far is that the outlets are in not convenient places or we have to unplug clocks to have enough charging locations. The price was right because it was the week after new year and during the week. This resort is located just a short bus ride away from all the parks and we had no trouble getting back and forth from all the parks we visited on our stay. We would recommend this resort to everyone but the kids will enjoy the large icons at the buildings and Donald Duck at the main pool area.