1991 W. Buena Vista Drive
Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830
Phone: (407) 939-7000 | Fax: (407) 939-7111
Out of the All Star Value Resorts, All Star Movies tends to be the most popular, likely due to its theme and cool decor. It’s split into five film-inspired areas: Fantasia, 101 Dalmatians, Toy Story, Mighty Ducks, and Herbie the Love Bug.
Large animation icons adorn the resort, where you’ll find a Herbie 5 times it’s regular size, a 40 foot tall Pongo close to a massive fire hytrant, a 35 foot tall Buzz Lightyear and much more. Its my personal favorite of the All Stars, newly refurbished, and comfortable.
All Star Movies resort has over 1900 rooms, with around 380 rooms in each section. Each of the guest rooms contain either a king bed (available only be request, but not guaranteed), or a queen bed and a Murphy/table bed, that will pull down from the wall to create a surprisingly comfortable bed. King bed rooms are handicap accessible — they can be requested, but special needs guests are giving first priority.
Each room has a mini-fridge (which is really a small cooler), coffee maker (a standard, not a Keurig), a supply of coffee from Joffrey’s and Twinnings Tea, in-room safe, large screen TV, ironing board and iron, plenty of shelf space, and thankfully, plenty of outlets and USB ports around the room. You’ll also have free WiFi, but it can be temperamental.
There are handicap equipped rooms that have a larger bathroom with a wheelchair-accessible shower in place of a tub. The rooms are 260 square feet and sleep 4, or 4 plus a child under the age of 3 in a crib. Bed boards, bed rails and cribs (the pak-n-play variety) can be requested by calling Housekeeping. If there are more than 2 adults in the same room, there is an additional charge of $10 per person, per night.
The following are available by calling Housekeeping, but supplies may be limited on some items: irons and ironing boards, hair dryers, extra pillows, blankets and towels. Rooms with a view of the pool or themed courtyards are available. Connecting rooms are available, but not guaranteed.
The World Premiere Food Court – All Star Movies doesn’t have a traditional table service restaurant, . The World Premiere Food Court offers five “marquee” venues – the Rialto, Roxy, Grand, Majestic, and Lyric, and you can find favorites such as hamburgers, grilled favorites, pizza, rotisserie chicken, pasta, sandwiches, salads, dinner specials and more to fill you up. Normal hours are from 6a to 11p.
Pizza Deliver – Call room service for pizza, but also salads, soft drinks and beer from 5 p.m. until midnight.
Silver Screen Spirits – A poolside bar that serves some breakfast in the morning, and sandwiches, snacks and beverages throughout the day.
POOLS & RECREATION
- Pools – You’ll find Sorcerer Mickey spraying water over the expansive main pool, with a kiddie pool and water play area nearby. The Duck Pond Pool is also available for guests, located over by the Mighty Ducks area.
- Jogging Trail – Take in a breezy run or a comfortable walk in a one mile job around the All Star resorts
- Playground – Kids can climb, play, and slide in a play area between Fantasia and Toy Story.
- Movies Under the Stars – Catch complimentary screenings of Disney films at The Reel Spot, outside of the Food Court
- Reel Fun Arcade – Play video games and pinball at the arcade located in Cinema Hall
Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort has its own bus transportation that may sometimes be shared with the other All-Star resorts. You may also choose to call a Disney MinnieVan or an Uber or LYFT.
Guests who drive either their own vehicle or a rental car to Walt Disney World should know that for hotel reservations made at All Star Movies will be charged a $15 per night per vehicle parking fee, collected at the end of your trip.