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Photo Tour of a Standard Room at Disney’s All-Star Music Resort



By Dave Shute

For the first page of this review of Disney’s All-Star Music Resort, click here.

PHOTO TOUR OF A STANDARD ROOM AT DISNEY’S ALL-STAR MUSIC RESORT

Standard rooms at the three All-Star resorts have the same room layouts, and Art of Animation standard room layouts are very similar.

Pop Century rooms are slightly different but all standard value rooms have the same amenities.

All-Star Music Floor Plan from yourfirstvisit.netAll have the same square footage and similar furniture.

Bed Side Standard Room Disney's All-Star Music Resort from yourfirstvisit.net

In All-Star Music, as in the other standard rooms at the value resorts, there’s two full beds on one side of the room.

Bed Side from Back  Standard Room Disney's All-Star Music Resort from yourfirstvisit.net

Here’s the bed side from the back…

Bed Standard Room Disney's All-Star Music Resort from yourfirstvisit.net

…and a closer view of one of the full beds.

TV Side Standard Room Disney's All-Star Music Resort from yourfirstvisit.net

On the other side, you’ll find a table, chairs, and dresser-TV-mini fridge combo.

TV Side from back Standard Room Disney's All-Star Music Resort from yourfirstvisit.net

The TV side from the back of the room.

Table and Chairs Standard Room Disney's All-Star Music Resort from yourfirstvisit.net
The table and chairs can be moved around.

Dresser Standard Room Disney's All-Star Music Resort from yourfirstvisit.net

The dresser has a TV above, drawers on one side, and a mini-fridge on the other.

Storage Standard Room Disney's All-Star Music Resort from yourfirstvisit.net

The drawers, as in all the value resorts,  are a little small.

Mini Fridge Standard Room Disney's All-Star Music Resort from yourfirstvisit.net

The mini-fridge is standard-sized–note the scaling object, and absence of a freezer compartment.  Mini-fridges used to be an extra charge, but are now included at no extra charge in all value resort rooms. Still no coffee maker in these rooms, though…

Coat Hooks Standard Room Disney's All-Star Music Resort from yourfirstvisit.net

Between this dresser and the bath is a coat/hat rack, and space where the connecting doors are in rooms that have them.  This space also fits a Pack ‘n Play or a scooter.

Wall Art Standard Room Disney's All-Star Music Resort from yourfirstvisit.net

The bedroom area is separated from the bath area by a fabric curtain. There’s a bit of art on the wall–it, and the wallpaper border, are the only way to tell the All-Star rooms apart.

Sink Standard Room Disney's All-Star Music Resort from yourfirstvisit.net

Beyond the curtain you’ll find the sink…

Closet Standard Room Disney's All-Star Music Resort from yourfirstvisit.net

…and the closet area.

Bath Standard Room Disney's All-Star Music Resort from yourfirstvisit.net

Separated from this space by a door is the toilet and tub area.

The fun of the value resorts–except for Art of Animation–is in the exteriors, not the interiors.

THE FAMILY SUITES AT DISNEY’S ALL-STAR MUSIC RESORT

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6 comments

1 Jennifer M { 11.20.13 at 12:52 pm }

Dave, I’m just too excited. We’ve had this Disney World trip booked since the summer, and today it has finally reached 100 days until we arrive. My kids are more excited for the Disney trip than Christmas this year. I’ve got everything planned, dinner reservations, BBB for my daughter, and I am even surprising my hubby with floor seats to the Orlando Magic basketball game while we are there. I’ve been religiously entering all my confirmation numbers into the Walt Disney World website, and I have our Magic Bands colors all picked out. the only thing it won’t let me do is choose my FastPass+. It comes up saying the days I’ve selected as this week. It won’t let me select any other day. I’m thinking it’s too early to make any choices. Is this correct? Otherwise, I just want to thank you for all your hard work on this website, and I check it everyday in the event there is some new info I need to know.

2 Dave { 11.20.13 at 3:02 pm }

Jennifer, you need to be 60 days from or closer to your arrival date to start FP+ …and thanks for all your kind words

3 Valerie { 11.20.13 at 3:51 pm }

Wow – that ’60 days or closer’ comment is exactly what I’ve been searching for all day, explains why I can’t book FP+ today at 66 days away. Thank you!!

4 Dave { 11.21.13 at 7:29 am }

You bet, Valerie!!

5 Jennifer M { 11.22.13 at 4:55 pm }

Hi Dave, I may have posted this somewhere else but now I can’t find it. How do we get from All Star Music to Contemporary Resort for breakfast at 8:30am?

6 Dave { 11.24.13 at 9:27 am }

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