Disney's All-Star Movies Resort

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Disney's All-Star Movies Resort
Disney's All-Star Movies Resort logo.svg
LocationAnimal Kingdom Resort Area
Resort typeValue resort
OpenedJanuary 15, 1999
ThemeDisney Movies
Areas101 Dalmatians, Toy Story, Fantasia, The Mighty Ducks, Herbie: The Love Bug
WebsiteOfficial website Edit this at Wikidata

Disney's All-Star Movies Resort is a resort hotel located at the Walt Disney World Resort. It is one of five Disney Resorts in the "Value" category along with Disney's All-Star Sports Resort, Disney's All-Star Music Resort, Disney's Pop Century Resort, and Disney's Art of Animation Resort. The resort is located on the southern portion of the Walt Disney World property, and has a Disney Movie theme. Like all Disney Value resorts, the property is decorated with giant Disney film icons such as the Fantasia Pool; a Mighty Ducks-themed Duck Pond Pool; Herbie, The Love Bug; puppies from One Hundred and One Dalmatians; and some of the residents of Andy's Room from Pixar's Toy Story. Like the other value resorts, the All-Star Movies has a large food court and poolside bar.[1][2][3]

Most rooms are available with two double beds. A limited number of rooms with king-size beds are also available. Disabled accessible rooms are available. Irons, ironing boards, mini-refrigerators and hair dryers, and in-room safes are in each room.

As with the other All-Star resorts, it was designed by Arquitectonica.[4]

Dining and shopping[edit]

  • World Premiere Food Court
  • Pizza delivery
  • Silver Screen Spirits Bar
  • Donald's Double Feature store
  • Reel Fun Arcade

Disney transportation[edit]

Disney's All-Star Resorts are connected via bus to the various theme parks and activities located throughout the resort complex.


  1. ^ Henthorn, Dawn. "Disney All Stars Resorts". Florida for Visitors. About.com. Archived from the original on August 16, 2007. Retrieved July 7, 2007.
  2. ^ "All-Star Movies Resort". WDW Magic. Archived from the original on March 19, 2006. Retrieved April 6, 2006.
  3. ^ "All-Star Movies Resort". All Ears Net. Retrieved April 6, 2006.
  4. ^ Dunlop, Beth (1996). Building a Dream: The Art of Disney Architecture. New York, New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc. p. 180. ISBN 0-8109-3142-7.

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Coordinates: 28°20′09″N 81°34′20″W / 28.335950°N 81.572210°W / 28.335950; -81.572210