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planDisney Pocket Guide to Disney’s All-Star Music Resort

Lisa Mendillo

by , Sr. Manager, Digital Integration

Whether you are a little bit country or a whole lot of rock ‘n’ roll you will love a stay at Disney’s All-Star Music Resort. This resort has a section for music lovers of all kinds, even calypso and Broadway-style show tunes! While singing and dancing are not required to stay at this resort, an appetite for fun is.

Preferred and standard rooms are available at Disney’s All-Star Music Resort, as well as family suites. Your family will be humming a happy tune when you book a family suite that includes a bedroom with one queen-size bed; a living area with two queen-sized pull-down beds, a kitchenette and two bathrooms.

True harmony will be found for your entire party when you schedule a pool day at this resort during your next stay. The Calypso Pool’s fountain features the Three Caballeros (Donald Duck, José Carioca and Panchito). They are located in the middle of the guitar-shaped pool and their fountain shoots light waterspouts over nearby swimmers. For a more leisurely pool experience, don’t miss the Piano Pool. Complete with black and white keys this pool is the perfect location to unwind after a day in the parks.

planDisney Tip: Traveling with little ones? Be sure not to miss the kiddie pool which is located behind Melody Hall.

If you have been following along with our previous Pocket Guides, you know what comes next … food! All the dining hits can be found at Intermission Food Court! This quick-service location features all your favorite American fare and even offers Mobile Ordering. Like all great concerts, this dining experience can end with an incredible encore of delectable desserts.

planDisney Tip: If you are looking for a great way to exercise, check out the jogging trails that can be found throughout the Disney’s All-Star Resort area.

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  • If staying in the magic is an important component to your WDW trip but want to stay on budget, ASM is definitely for you. I’ve stayed there several times and it has never disappointed. Our preferred room during our last stay had been recently updated, and was clean, comfortable, and close to the commissary and bus transportation. The theming is bright, lively and fun as well.
    My family’s WDW visits are all about spending time together in the parks, not our room, so if you’re in the same mindset, ASM is definitely up your alley. My last visit we stayed at Animal Kingdom Lodge, and of course the hotel was beautiful and the experience was excellent, but again, aside from exploring the hotel and surroundings on our arrival day, we didn’t spend much time in our room, so was the extra $2,000 worth it? Yes and no, but next time I’d likely rather stay at ASM and use the money saved on lodging for park extras — dessert parties, after hours events (if they ever return), merch, etc..

  • If you are unaware, the Port Orleans Resort — Riverside link does not link to a Pocket Guide. The link lands on

    Also, when will additional pocket guides be uploaded?

  • Your Port Orleans Resort — Riverside llink takes you to the official WDW website, not to a past PocketGuide….

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