The final stations are finally reopening around Disney World (and we couldn’t be happier to see them in action again). Although it has been closed for some time, Disney’s All-Star Music Resort gives the official welcome to the guests!
Value Resort is just one of the fantastic sites in Disney World. And we take you with us a tour of one of the rooms at the All-Star Music Resort.
Atmosphere of the complex
Disney’s All-Star Music Resort is one of three All-Star Resorts, themed after popular sounds over the decades.
The 1,706-room resort also features family suites and music-themed buildings such as Calypso, Jazz Inn, Rock Inn, Country Fair and Broadway Hotel.
Although All-Star Music does not have table service restaurants, guests can stop by the Intermission Food Court and Singing Spirits Pool Bar.
But outside of the parks, there are also many activities in the hotel with various themed pools, a jogging trail, a children’s playground, an arcade room and Movies Under the Stars.
After walking around the newly reopened resort, we were ready to see the rooms at All-Star Music.
Tour of rooms
During our visit, we stayed in one of the family suites of All-Star Music that can accommodate up to 6 people at a party. The large lounge is perfect for relaxing after a long day …
… with TV, drawers …
… and dining table with four chairs for breakfast or snack in the evening.
However, as guests relax in the evening, there are also 2 rollaway beds in the living room for a good night’s sleep.
In the en suite bathroom, the family toilet has a toilet with additional amenities available downstairs, including tissue paper and toilet paper.
Also in the family bathroom, an extra closet can be used to hang clothes. And, an ironing board …
… and iron can be used to soften clothes. In addition, there is also a hairdryer on the shelves so you can get ready for park day at Disney World.
The family bathroom includes a touch of green on the walls and a bathtub with a sliding door for a bit of privacy.
The family suites not only can accommodate 6 people, but also include a kitchenette.
Under the sink, you can find a trash can and paper towels to keep the room nice and tidy.
The kitchenette is equipped with a fridge and full freezer …
… microwave …
… sink and clothesline.
Guests can also prepare their cup of coffee or tea in the morning with the included Twinings coffee maker and tea bags, Joffrey coffee packets and cream cups.
An ice bucket is available to fill one of the nearby ice rooms with plenty of plastic and paper cups for your drinks.
The family suite is also offered with reusable cups of coffee that can be washed in the kitchen sink.
The drawers also have silver plastic and paper plates to use during meals at the dining room table.
The family suites also have a master bedroom, of course, with a comfortable large Queen bed. There is a chair and a footstool available next to the bed as a prime location to watch the flat screen TV in the room.
The bed has ample space downstairs to store your luggage and suitcases, so they are out of the way during your stay.
Below the TV, stretch drawers can be used to unpack clothes and easy access to choose your outfit for the next day.
There is a safe, extra pillows and extra sheets available if you need them.
The main bathroom is lit with LED lights behind the mirror …
… with H2O products on the counter.
You can remove a makeup mirror and use it to get a closer look at your eyebrow or your lipstick.
Although the family bathroom and master bathroom look similar, this version includes a shower at the entrance instead of a bathtub.
The All-Star Music Family Suite is decorated with some references to the general theme, such as musical note lights …
… and turntable lighting fixtures.
You can even spot your favorite characters on the album covers inspired by the areas of the All-Star Music Resort, like Minnie as a country star …
… Donald as a calypso performer …
… Pluto, Goofy and Mickey as a jazz trio …
… ridiculous as a rock star …
… and Daisy as a Broadway singer.
When we visited the All-Star Music Resort, we stayed in the Calypso building overlooking the pool area. The refurbished rooms looked more elegant with some color details and images of themed characters to tie it all together. We loved the newest appliances in the room with kitchenettes, LED mirror lighting, large flat screen TVs and more.
If you want a hotel with more amenities, restaurants and transportation options, you may want to choose another location on the Disney World property. But if you’re looking for a room that fits most budgets, All-Star Music Resort might be an ideal choice for your party needs. As more resorts reopen around the Disney World property, we’ll be sure to inform you of everything you need to know. Stay tuned to All Ears for the latest Disney news and entertainment.
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