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



By Dave Shute

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

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

Rooms at All-Star Sports are entered from an outside corridor, with the bedroom space first, and the divided bath and closet at the back.

On one side you’ll find two full beds with a small table between.

The beds from the back of the room.

Here’s a closer view of one of the beds.

Between the beds is this small bedside table, with storage below…

…and also in a drawer.

Wall Art at Disney's All-Star Sports Resort from yourfirstvisit.net

The art on the wall between the bed area and bath is the only material theming in the room. The top one is from the Center Court area, the lower from Grandstand.

The other side of the room has the rest of the basic furnishings.

Here’s’ the TV side from the back of the room.

You’ll find a small table and pair of chairs and a dresser with a small TV above and a mini-fridge on the side.

Here’s a closer view of the drawers…

…and of the mini-fridge, with scaling objects inside.

Between the dresser and the bath is the space where you’ll find the connecting door if your room has one, and a coat rack on the wall.  This is the part of the room you’d put a crib or such.

Sink at Disney's All-Star Sports Resort from yourfirstvisit.net

The bath is divided into two parts, separated by a wall and door.  The sink area is open to the rest of the room, but has a curtain (at the right) for privacy/light control.

Also in this space is the clothes hanging area, iron, luggage rack, and safe.

The other half of the bath includes the toilet and tub/shower combo.

Here’s the tub with the shower curtain partially pulled.

Rooms at Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort, like standard rooms in the other Disney World value resorts, are about as basic–and as small–as they get.  But the All-Stars in particular are the least expensive way to get on-site accommodations for a family of four.

AMENITIES AND DINING AT DISNEY’S ALL-STAR SPORTS RESORT

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2 comments

1 Jordan { 05.24.17 at 1:28 am }

How much do the rooms here range from?

2 Dave { 05.24.17 at 9:01 am }

Jordan, for 2017 ~$100 to ~$200 a night depending on when. See this for details

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