Disney's All-Star Music Resort

Walt Disney World

Disney's All-Star Music Resort is a Disney Value Resort hotel featuring giant icons that pay homage to classic music genres—including Broadway show tunes, calypso, country, jazz and rock n' roll. The resort is located on the southern portion of the Walt Disney World Resort property near Disney's Animal Kingdom. Disney's All-Star Music Resort is a 1,604-room hotel featuring giant icons that that pay homage to classic music genres—including Broadway show tunes, calypso, country, jazz and rock n' roll. Disney's All-Star Music Resort is the only Disney Value Resort with family suites. As a characteristic with all Disney Value resorts, the resort features a music theme with giant novelty items such as guitars, trumpets, and drums.

The Resort's central building is named Melody Hall, and the facility includes the Main Lobby check-in desk, the Intermission Food Court, Maestro Mickey's shop and the Note'able Games Arcade. Enjoy a swim in our 2 pools—the main guitar-shaped Calypso Pool and the smaller grand piano-shaped Piano Pool. The Calypso Pool features a colorful fountain depicting the Three Caballeros—Donald Duck, José Carioca and Panchito.

Disney's All-Star Music Resort has 2 swimming pools—the main 251,418-gallon guitar-shaped Calypso Pool and the smaller 106,036-gallon grand piano-shaped Piano Pool. The Calypso Pool features a colorful fountain depicting the Three Caballeros—Donald Duck, José Carioca and Panchito. The Calypso Pool is the main pool here and shaped like a guitar (complete with the 3 Caballeros shooting water in the middle). The kiddie pool makes up the head stock of the guitar. This is the largest pool of all the value resorts. The second pool at All Star Music is the Piano pool, shaped like a piano (with a keyboard deck). There are no slides or jacuzzis at either of these pools. Both pools range in depth from 3ft to 5ft. Guests of any of Disney's All-Star Resorts may go to another All-Star Resort to enjoy the swimming pools during their vacation. There are showers, lockers, restrooms, and a laundromat at each pool area. The buildings that house the lockers and restrooms are also themed. Pool hours are from 8am - Midnight with lifeguards on duty from 10am-10pm (quiet hours are from 10pm-Midnight).

The All-Star Music resort has a video arcade, themed playground area, Maestro Mickey's gift shop (which offers magazines, books, character merchandise and other souveniors), and a Calypso-themed pool, featuring a giant guitar and piano-shaped pool bar.


Guest rooms are divided into 5 pairs of 3-story buildings—each bright, whimsical pair is themed after one of the featured music genres and decorated with massive musical instruments. For larger families, Disney's All-Star Music Resort is the only Disney Value Resort to offer family suites, which sleep up to 6 Guests each.

Each of the All Star Resorts has 1920 rooms except for the All Star Music. These rooms are slightly smaller than the rooms at the moderate resorts with 260 square feet (24 m2). A typical room has two double beds, a small table with two chairs, television, nightstand, telephone, dresser, wall mirror, luggage rack, closet area, themed light fixtures, megaphones or stars, and a clock radio. The bathrooms have a single sink and mirror in a vanity area that is separate from the tub and toilet. A small key-operated wall safe is located in the closet area. In-room amenities include irons and ironing boards, hair dryers, wall safes and pizza delivery.

Some of the standard rooms have been converted into to family suites that will sleep six people plus a crib. The new suites feature a kitchenette with microwave and two full bathrooms. The master bedroom has a queen size bed, desk and television. The main sitting area has a television and a sofa that opens into a double bed and a chair with ottoman that converts into two single beds. There are a total of 192 family suites.

Buildings / Areas

The resort consists of ten individual buildings, divided into five pairs. Each building is three stories tall and the rooms all open to the exterior hallways. The buildings have exterior and interior decor to match their names. The music theme extends to the wallpaper, pictures, and bedspreads in the guest rooms.Each pair has a separate musical theme: calypso music, jazz, rock, Broadway shows, and country music.

  • Melody Hall - the main building that houses the front desk and Guest Services, the Intermission Food Court, Note’able Games Arcade and the gift shop named Maestro Mickey’s.
  • Broadway - silhouettes of top hats and canes decorate the buildings. A Beauty and The Beast Marquee is present.
  • Calypso - The Calypso section has conga drum covered stairwells. You pass under a colorful Xylophone "bridge" as you enter this area where a set of three story tall Maracas greet you. Fans of the Disney classic "Three Caballeros" will recognize Jose, Panchito and of course, Donald Duck, in the center of the pool.
  • Country Fair - In the Country section you'll find a pair of size 270 Cowboy Boots. Standing three stories high, these boots are definitely made for walkin'.
  • Jazz Inn - In the Jazz section, a giant drum set welcomes you to the "Jazz Inn." Saxophones and clarinets adorn the buildings with silhouettes of musicians edging the roof.
  • Rock Inn - area features a huge jukebox. Electric guitars and microphones decorate the buildings. This section features a huge juke box. Electric guitars and microphones decorate the buildings. Take a refreshing plunge in the guitar shaped swimming pool.
  • Intermission Food Court - From French toast to pizza, sandwiches to quesadillas—find fast meals in a food court decorated with murals of iconic musicians. Located inside Melody Hall, the Intermission Food Court serves omelets, pancakes, French toast, pizza, pasta, sandwiches, salads, burgers, burritos, ice cream and bakery items. The food court is decorated with murals of iconic musicians and seats 500 people.
  • Singing Spirits Pool Bar - Poolside bar serving specialty drinks, wine, beer and spirits located at the Calypso Pool

Touring Tips

  • Disney's All-Star Music Resort is located near Disney's Animal Kingdom theme park and ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.
  • In addition to making a splash at the 2 swimming pools, kids can climb, slide and play at the Resort's playground and enjoy video and pinball games at the Note'able Games Arcade.
  • Guests must bring the towels from their rooms for use at the pool and call housekeeping for additional towels for your room to replenish your supply. Life jackets are provided free of charge and can be picked up at the pool area. Check out the back of the lifeguard stands for park hours and weather information.
  • Transportation to and from Disney's All-Star Movie Resort is complimentary for Resort hotel Guests. While staying at Walt Disney World Resort hotels, there's no need to rent a car, or deal with the hassle of driving and parking. Save time and money with complimentary transportation. Destinations throughout Walt Disney World Resort, including Disney Theme Parks and Disney Water Parks, are accessible by bus. Complimentary transportation is available one hour prior to Disney Theme Park opening time up to one hour after Disney Theme Park closing time. Additionally, buses operate until 2:00 a.m. from the Downtown Disney Area. Certain areas of Walt Disney World Resort are also connected by well-lit, paved, low-grade walking paths.
  • Located at the Main Lobby in the Melody Hall building, the concierge can help you purchase Disney Theme Park and Disney Water Park tickets, make dining reservations and secure show seats.
  • Disney's All-Star Music Resort offers several childcare services to keep your children having fun—even when you can't be there.
  • Watch Disney movies under the stars. By the pool or on the beach at select Resorts, you'll have a unique experience only Walt Disney World can provide. For more information go to the Guest Information desk in the lobby.


The ground breaking for the All Star Resort complex was in November 1992. The architect of the resort was Arquitectonica of Miami. All Star Music was the second All Star Resort to open after Disney's All-Star Sports Resort. Calypso was the first building to open on November 22, 1994 and Broadway was the last to open on February 17, 1995. The resort opened on November 22, 1994.

Disney's All-Star Music Resort
1901 West Buena Vista Drive, Lake Buena Vista, FL
(407) 939-7000