- Transportation Rating: 5/5
- Food Rating: 3/5
- Room Rating: 4/5
- Overall Rating: 4/5
- Hotel Location: Animal Kingdom Resort Area
- Hotel Class: Value
Transportation: Disney’s Magical Express (complimentary buses to and from and airport) and complimentary buses to and from the Parks and Disney Springs. You board the buses at the front of the resort and it is very convenient.
Food: Each All Star Resort has it’s own food court and pool bar. The food courts have plenty of grab and go options as well as prepared meals. The food, while convenient, is just average.
Room Rating: The All Star Resorts consist of three individually themed hotels; named All Star Movies, All Star Music, and All Star Sports. Each are decorated and themed according to their name. For example, in the All Star Movies Room the walls are painted in light colors with a border made to look like film. The rooms are always clean and inviting, but note that only 4 people may stay to a room, so if you’re a family of 5 or more you will have to get two rooms. The grounds around the hotels also follow the same theming. You will feel like a toy in an oversized replica of Andy’s room from Toy Story on the grounds of the All Star Movies Resort. At All Star Sports, there are several larger than life sports equipment to see, such as a giant football helmet!
Value for Your Money: The rooms are definitely worth it for the amount of money you spend. We at Griffin Guide don’t usually stay in our room except to sleep, since we want to go to the parks for as long as possible, but if we needed to it is comfortable and inviting.
Entertainment: Each of the hotels have multiple pools and regularly scheduled activities. There are also wide sidewalks so you can walk around and take in the beautiful landscaping.