Disney’s All Star Sports

For young children this is heaven! Especially if they love sports! Everything is oversized and colorful. This resort opened in 1994 with a room renovation completed in 2008, the 1,920-room sports-themed, Animal Kingdom-area resort is convenient to the ESPN World Wide of Sports Complex and Blizzard Beach Water Park, and is the first stop in the resort bus cue among Disney’s three All-Star hotel properties. The buildings are designed around football, baseball, basketball, tennis, and surfing themes. The turquoise surf buildings have huge waves along the roofs with colorful surfboards mounted on exterior walls and pink fish swimming along balcony railings.

The accommodations are basic but I think much better then staying off property.  A lively arcade and two themed pools will keep the kids cool and entertained after a long day at the theme parks, and when it’s time to blow off some steam, a playground and a variety of sports “fields” provide space for active fun and games.

A sports-themed food court serves up fan favorites like hot dogs, chicken wings and ice cream, and budget-friendly rates are accompanied by all of the advantages of a Walt Disney World stay, including early-entry and late-stay theme park privileges, onsite airline check-in and complimentary airport and theme park transportation. If your looking for a quiet stay this may not be the place for you.

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