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Disney's All-Star Sports Resort

Disney's All-Star Sports Resort
Location Animal Kingdom Resort Area
Resort type Value Resort
Opened April 29, 1994
Theme Sports
Areas Touchdown!, Center Court, Home Run Hotel, Surfs Up!, Hoops Hotel
Rooms 1920
Suites None

Disney's All-Star Sports Resort is a resort that is part of the Walt Disney World Resort. It is one of five Resorts in the Value Resort category, along with Disney's All-Star Music Resort, Disney's All-Star Movies Resort, Disney's Pop Century Resort, and Disney's Art of Animation Resort. The resort is located on the southern portion of the WDW property and has a sports theme. As is characteristic with all Disney Value resorts, the property is decorated with giant novelty items such as SurfBoard Bay, the baseball-themed Grand Slam Pool and a football field, and a giant football helmet.[1][2][3]

As with the other All-Star resorts, the Miami firm Arquitectonica designed the resort.[4]


  • Dining 1
  • Disney transportation 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4


  • End Zone Food Court - A sports-themed arena food court which features five food concession outlets. It serves a variety of American cuisine for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks.
  • Team Spirits Pool Bar - Pool bar serving sandwiches and snacks.

Disney transportation

Disney's All-Star Resorts are connected via bus to the various theme parks and activities located throughout the resort complex.


  1. ^ Henthorn, Dawn. "Disney All Stars Resorts". Florida for Visitors ( Retrieved 2007-07-07. 
  2. ^ "All-Star Movies Resort". WDW Magic. Retrieved April 6, 2006. 
  3. ^ "All-Star Movies Resort". All Ears Net. Retrieved April 6, 2006. 
  4. ^ Dunlop, Beth (1996). Building a Dream: The Art of Disney Architecture. New York, New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc. p. 180.  

External links

  • Official site
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