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Disney's All Star Movies Resort

At A Glance

The third hotel in the All-Star budget range, the ground-breaking for this new hotel complex started in July 1997.

The hotel provides budget accommodation consisting of 1,920 rooms divided into five discrete areas, each with a distinctly theatrical or film based theme. Heated Pools, Babysitting, Laundry, Valet services, Free parking, limited room service, daily maid service, and shopping area.

The All-Star Movies Resort is the third and final hotel in the All-Stars series. As with the other two All-Stars hotels, the All Star Movies resort features 1,920 rooms, and falls into the "Value" price range.

The resort started taking advanced reservations in January 1998, and opened in Spring 1999, being completed in around April 1999. The hotel's construction started with the official 'ground breaking' in July 1997.


The new resort has various Disney movie themes to the buildings and pools, along with giant sized characters from favourite Disney films, including Pongo and Perdita from "101 Dalmations", and 25 foot images of both Buzz Lightyear and Woody from "Toy Story".

Other giant film images include Herbie from "The Lovebug", sorcerers hats, brooms, buckets and spell books from "Fantasia" and duck shaped hockey masks from "The Mighty Ducks".

Restaurants and Food Courts

As with the other All Stars resorts, the All Star Movies resort's central food dispensary takes the form of a giant food court, inspired by the theater, with five marquee venues. The resort's main building also houses a gift shop and an arcade.


There are two main pools, one themed after an ice-hockey rink ("The Mighty Ducks" again), with the other inspired by the "Sorcerer's Apprentice" section of "Fantasia" and featuring a specially designed area for kids. An outdoor pool bar provides light food and drinks.


With the exception of theming, the rooms are identical to those at the All Star Sports and All Star Music resorts, and generally sleep four people (two double beds). Non-smoking and connecting rooms, and accommodations for guests with disabilities, also are available.

As with the other AllStar resorts, the main buildings are named in keeping with the resort theming, with "101 Dalmations" and "The Mighty Ducks" being the first two buildings to open, with the remainder of the resort's buildings (Herbie the Love Bug, Toy Story and Fantasia) all opening at the start of March 1999.

Both 101 Dalmations and The Mighty Ducks are close to the central building containing guest services and the food court, with 101 Dalmations being the closer of the two.

Check Out / Check In

Check-in at the AllStar Movies resort is after 15:00. Guests arriving before 15:00 for checkin can usually pre-register to sort all the paperwork out at reception, can pre-purchase tickets to te parks, and can receive their resort ID cards, but generally can't get into their rooms until after 15:00.

Check Out is before 11:00, with the All Star Movies like most other Disney resorts, offering the express checkout service providing guests are paying for their room by American Express, Mastercard, Visa, or the Disney Credit Card.


Disney Transportation

When you stay at the All-Star Resorts you travel by bus. Everywhere. It's not bad service, but the large number of people at these resorts sometimes mean long waits at the bus stops.

Bus riding time (not including wait times) are:

  • Blizzard Beach - 5 minutes
  • MGM Studios - 10 minutes
  • Epcot - 13 minutes
  • Magic Kingdom (MK) - 18 minutes

The posted wait-time for a bus is up to 20 minutes, but generally you're unlikely to have to wait for more than 10 minutes for a bus. Buses operate one hour before and after park closing for The Magic Kingdom, Epcot, and the Disney-MGM Studios.


The resort is located adjacent to Disney's All-Star Music and All-Star Sports Resorts, to the West of the Disney-MGM Studios on a 62-acre site.

Directions to the Resort

Take the I-4 to Exit 25B (WALT DISNEY WORLD) and follow the signs to The Magic Kingdom. Take the 1st exit (signed All-Star Resort / Blizzard Beach) and continue until the road ends. Turn left at the stop sign, and the All-Star Resorts will be approximately 1-mile on the right.



Bus Wait Times






Toy Story Block


Mighty Ducks Block


Fantasia Block


The Love Bug Block


The Duck Pond