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Disney’s Value Resorts

allstarAll-Star Resorts:

The All-Star resorts are broken into three major themes: Sports, Music and Movies.

Each major theme is further broken down into sub-themes:

Sports – Football, Baseball, Basketball, Tennis and Surfing

Movies – Fantasia, Toy Story, 101 Dalmatians, Mighty Ducks and The Love Bug

Music – Country, Rock, Broadway, Jazz and Calypso

We have stayed at these resorts before and enjoyed our stays.  They do tend to be very busy, especially during peak times, and cater to families with children ages 10 and under.  This means that at times you may feel inundated with kids so keep this in mind if you are traveling with older kids (or just adults) and prefer a quiet setting.

Total number of rooms: 1,920 per major theme (384 per sub theme)

Max Guests per room: 4 (adjoining rooms are available)

Room Size: 260 square feet

Rates: Start at $100 per night – this will vary depending on the ‘season’ you are traveling during and any special promotions Disney may be running.

 

All Star Movies Resort Map

All Star Music Resort Map

All Star Sports Resort Map

 

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Pop Century Resort:

The Pop Century resort is broken down into five different themes.  Each ‘theme’ offers décor popular during each decade between 1950 and 1990.

We have visited Pop Century a few times and it does offer a very unique feel.  It doesn’t have the customary ‘Disney’ theming found at the All-Star or Art of Animation resorts though which is probably why we have never actually stayed there.  It was cool to take a trip down memory lane and re-live the décor from years past but we were not blown away by the resort.

It does have a foot bridge that connects it to the Art of Animation resort which allows guests to visit for additional shopping and dining options.

Total number of rooms: 2,880

Max Guests per room: 4 (adjoining rooms are available)

Room Size: 260 square feet

Rates: Start at $100 per night – this will vary depending on the ‘season’ you are traveling during and any special promotions Disney may be running.

 

Click here to see a map of this resort.

 

Disney's Art of Animation Resort - Cars wing.Art of Animation (AOA):

The Art of Animation resort is Disney’s newest resort which opened during the fall of 2012.  It offers 1 bedroom family suites as well as standard ‘value’ rooms.  The following themes are available:

Family Suites – (3) Themes – Finding Nemo, Cars and The Lion King

Standard Rooms – (1) Theme – The Little Mermaid

In December 2012 our family stayed at the AOA in a Finding Nemo Suite.  Our kids LOVED it.  The suites themselves are very well designed offering 1 bedroom, 2 full bathrooms, 1 couch that converts to a bed, 1 table that coverts to a bed, and a mini kitchen area (sink, fridge).  We had no complaints at all during our stay.

The theming is fantastic offering a very large Nemo themed primary pool which even plays music/audio from the movie under the water!  It was also very cool to walk through Radiator Springs and get pictures with Mater and Lightning McQueen.

We will definitely stay here again.

It also has a foot bridge that connects it to the Pop Century resort which allows guests to visit for additional shopping and dining options.

Total number of rooms: 1,120 Family Suites and 864 Standard Rooms

Max Guests per room: 6 per Family Suite and 4 per Standard Room

Room Size: Family Suites are 565 square feet and Standard rooms are 277 square feet

Rates: Start at $100 per night for a standard room and $250 per night for a Family Suite – this will vary depending on the ‘season’ you are traveling during and any special promotions Disney may be running.

 

Click here to see a map of this resort.

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