With all the photo walks I’ve posted since 2007, this is the first of Disney’s All Star Resorts! I’m planning to put up the other two (Disney’s All Star Sports Resort, Disney’s All Star Music Resort) in the next couple of weeks, with the Lion King section of Disney’s Art of Animation Resort sandwiched in between.
I have stayed at the All Star Sports and Music Resorts multiple times, but never Disney’s All Star Movies Resort – although I have walked around the resort on a handful of occasions. During the 6 years that I was a Disney specialized travel agent, the Disney’s All Star Movies was the most requested All Star Resort (the Pop Century was the most requested Value resort). While Disney’s All Star Resorts are adequate for guests looking for a relatively inexpensive place to stay, I highly recommend taking a look at Disney’s Art of Animation Resort first – it’s redefined the term “Value resort”.
As I do with my other Photo Walks, I timed this one to give an idea of how long the circuit would take. Actually, “circuit” is not quite the right term, as there isn’t an easy path through the resort. There are a lot of meandering sidewalks, and we’ll be taking some of them. Before we start the clock, we’ll be taking a look inside Cinema Hall, which is the main hub of activity.
All the pay phones were in use! How often do you see that happen?
Donald’s Double Feature Gift Shop:
Disney Vacation Club booth:
World Premiere Food Court:
The Reel Fun Arcade is down the hall:
We’ll be starting the timed portion of the walk in the back of Cinema Hall at 11:51am. There is a view of the Fantasia Pool, with Sorcerer Mickey:
We are taking a left, walking towards the Toy Story buildings.
Silver Screen Spirits: