Disney's All-Star Music Resort
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Haven't stayed at an on-site hotel in years. Nothing much to brag about. Room was hard to find at night. No luggage carts available. Parking lot quite a walk from our room. Without a vehicle you are stuck using the buses to get around. Room had sufficient room for 2 adults but wouldn't want a family. Did not see any security at night. Concerige not available until 7 am, and hotel clerk's couldn't help us. Room frig did not have a freezer section and soda pop in vending machines was $3.50 a bottle. In fact everything at Disney costs 3-4 times what it should. 2 breakfast sandwiches and 2 cups of coffee were $25.00. I don't believe staying on-site is worth the extra $$$.
We stayed here on our second week of our vacation and it was most excellent. The bed was to firm for my wife but perfect for me. The room was very clean. It was a little dated but they are getting ready to refurbish all the buildings so considering that it was in good shape as far as I can tell. The pools closed at 10pm which was a bummer because we never got back to the resort before midnight. The food court was decent and the game room was pretty good. The little bunnies running around everywhere was cute. we even got a picture of one. I would recommend this as a good place to stay if you are on a strict budget.
We got a great Florida resident rate and it was much cheaper than staying off-site and paying resort fees and parking fees. We arrived late after being at Magic Kingdom all day. Check in was great, everyone friendly and helpful. We stayed in the "Rock Inn" section (where the large jukebox is) The room is nothing special. The beds are TINY (double beds) so that made for a bad nights sleep for my hubby and I (we're used to sleeping in a king bed) our kids slept fine. The carpet in the room really needs to be replaced. We were so grossed out we wore our flip flops in the room. Other than that, no complaints about the room. The dining hall was great after a long, tiring day. Of course, it's "Disney prices" but can't control that. I had the burger (good), my husband had roast chicken (very good) and the kids had mac and cheese. The grounds of the property were well taken care of and clean. We didn't use the pool but it looked very cute with the Donald Duck theme. We would stay here again, it is a good deal for the money (when there are specials).
I stayed in All Star Music in mid-October 2017 for 4 nights with my friend. It was my first time staying in an All Star hotel, but we chose it for the lowest price while still being on Disney property. While it wasn't bad, I think next time I will fork over the extra money to stay someplace nicer. Check-in was convenient for us, since we were able to do it onlin ahead of time and not have to wait in the line (it was a 45 minute wait to check in). Even though we were "checked in", our room wasn't ready. We were able to leave our luggage with the concierge desk while we got to enjoy the parks. It was much appreciated to see that they brought our suitcases to the room later on for us.We were put on the third floor of building 6 in the "Country" music section with the large cowboy boot. We could not have been farther away from the lobby (which included the bus stop and food court). I love walking so I didn't mind, but it was a nuisance when we were trying to get somewhere quickly. However, we were close to the back parking lot, which was helpful in leaving. We tried to switch to a room closer to the front, but the hotel was at capacity and we found out that the first few buildings are reserved for preferred rooms anyway.The room was mostly clean, but I did find some hairs in the bathroom. The faucet in the shower dripped, and the water would turn hot on the cold setting, and cold on the hot setting. The decor was dated, and the shower curtain felt like it was from the 80s. Housekeeping didn't show up one day, but since we got back from the parks at 10:30 pm we were too tired and just dealt with it. The fridge was spacious, and the TV was fine. The had a promotion where if you skipped housekeeping, you would get a $10 gift card per day. We declined, but it could be good for some guests. The buses were a great convenience, but you do have to plan a lot of extra time for transportation, especially to Magic Kingdom. I did see more buses for All Star Sports and Movies than I did for Music, though. But it was fine, and we did have an awesome driver on the way to Epcot one morning. He told jokes the whole way and was very entertaining. I forgot his name, but he had one bit where "if you don't find me funny, my name is Steve". Food was decent at Intermission Food Court. We had the dining plan, and it was helpful to have the refillable mugs and quick service. Food was te same every meal, but portions were big. It can get very crowded though, so try to go either very early in the mornings or late. Pools were large and clean.Overall, it was a decent experience. Magic bands were super convenient (and waterproof!!), and staff was friendly. If I had to stay in All Star again, I would try one of the other two. But in all honestly, I think I would pay more and stay at a moderate level resort at Disney. This didn't feel like it was up to Disney standards.
Originally I was going to stay at DAK Lodge while the rest of my family stayed at All Star Music. I caved into staying with my cousin so we would all be together. I have learned my lesson. Overall All Star Music is a fine value resort. Our room was clean (although the housekeeper had a terrific knack for coming by when I was in the room) and the staff was friendly. The room definitely had enough space for two adult women. The walk to the food court and bus stop wasn't a problem for us. But the resort is definitely "value" level - there's no full service restaurant, the bus stops are lines with no benches or covering like you would find at a moderate or deluxe resort. If you're a group who will be using the room minimally then this is probably a great option for you. I am someone who likes to go back to the room mid-day to relax and chill and that's just not really an option here.
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- 1706 rooms in complex
- Food court
- Pizza delivery to room
- Pools (heated)
- Disney golf courses nearby
- Disney shops
- 2 double beds
- Full bathroom
- TV with Disney Channels
- Internet (fee)
- Mini-fridge (on request) (fee)
- In-room safe
- Maximum occupancy 4 persons
Resort Location Map
Disney's All-Star Music ResortOrlando,United States
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1801 West Buena Vista Drive Lake Buena Vista, Orlando, FL 32830-8436
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