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Disney's All-Star Music Resort reviews

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Posted: December 29, 2007

Larger-than-life music-themed icons decorate the motel-style accommodations at this Disney World value resort.

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19 votes, so far

Very basic Disney property and not up to the standards set by the new Art of Animation resort. But the walk even from the back of the property is quick, and they have made updates to the theming since I was last there. If you want quick, cheap and safe, don't like getting on already packed buses, and you dislike sports, this is the best of the All-Stars. - Jo M

Nice hotel, good value for the rooms (I guess) only the restaurant is too small and gets crowdy pretty quickly. - Jose Carlos Mahbub

For a fan of rock n roll, hip hop, and country yes I know quite the combination, any way the hotel is a nice hotel with nicely themed pools and rooms with nice music antiques I would recommend this to any music lover - Manny Rodriguez

Considering that the prices are typically consistently low, for families on a budget, this is a good place to go. It's not particularly difficult to find, and it's only a few turns from the roads to the theme parks. Free parking is also a great perk, 'cause that easily saves you a nice chunk of change through the whole stay. Having said that, everything was great during our last stay. It's not the most spectacular or lavish of rooms, but they accommodated our party by giving us two rooms that had doors linking the rooms, which made it easy for us to visit each other. Ironically, when we arrived, the rooms weren't prepared for us, but we DID arrive before the check-in time and everything was pristine when we came back from DHS, so it wasn't a huge deal. It actually became a bit of a running gag throughout our stay. - Eric Malone

Im a trombone and piano player i liked it there but the room is small - Bob Miller


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