Disney’s All-Star Movies Gets Refurbishment For 50th Anniversary

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Many of the hotels at Disney World have been refreshed for Guests ahead of the 50th anniversary of the Walt Disney World Resort.

Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort will also be updated ahead of the 50th anniversary, causing the lobby to close temporarily. Here is what you need to know about this refurbishment, and how it will impact your stay at Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort.

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Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort is considered a Value Resort at Walt Disney World. Meaning that relative to other hotels at Walt Disney World this Resort will offer a lower per-night cost while still delivering plenty of Disney magic!

The lobby at Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort will be closing from July-October starting on July 12. If you have a stay planned at Disney’s All-Star Movies remember to utilize online check-in! This will not be a major impact on your stay at Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort, however, using your My Disney Experience app will be key to having a smooth check-in so be sure that your app is installed and updated prior to your arrival.

Disney's All-Star Movie's Resort
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Disney has finally announced the official reopening date for both All-Star Music and All-Star Sports! You can read more details about those reopenings here.

With the reopening date announcements for those Resorts, as well as the reopening dates set for Port Orleans French Quarter and Riverside, all Disney World Resort now officially have reopening dates. This is the first time that we know when every hotel will be open at Disney World since the Resorts pandemic closure back in 2020.

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If you want to visit Walt Disney World for the 50th anniversary of the Resort, remember that in order to visit the theme parks you need a Park Pass Reservation. Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom all require a reservation. Disney Springs, the shopping and dining district at Walt Disney World does not require a reservation.

Do you have an upcoming stay at Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort? Let us know in the comments!

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