Wednesday, April 7, 2010
As in all value resorts, you enter your room from an outside hallway, and the banisters around the upper floors are themed as well. Inside the rooms, there are usually two double beds, but there are some rooms with king sized beds designed for guests with disabilities. There are also family suites that can sleep up to six (the regular rooms sleep up to four). The family suites include one bedroom with a queen sized bed, two bathrooms, a small kitchenette, and enough space in the main room on pull-out couches and chairs to sleep an additional four people. I have stayed in a family suite at the All-Star Music, and I have to say that although the pull-out couch and chairs aren't particularly comfortable, they aren't particularly uncomfortable either. I probably wouldn't suggest one if you had a bad back, but if your vertebrae are in good condition, why not stay at a family suite to save some money?
Now the best part of Disney's All-Star Music Resort: the price. You can stay at this resort for as low at $82 in value seasons, and these value seasons often correspond with college breaks (though not spring breaks). This resort is great for college students (or anyone really) on a budget and people who don't plan on spending much time at the resort. But even if you do plan on spending time at the All-Star Music, there are two pools, an arcade, and a place to shop! Bus service to other resorts is overall good, but there can be bad experiences (as with Disney transportation at any resort). Overall, I think the All-Star Music is a great resort to stay at, and I highly recommend it!
First photo from Disney.