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Intermission Food Court Closed August 1 to December 20, 2014

The Intermission Food Court at All-Star Music will be closed for refurbishment between August 1 and December 20, 2014. Snacks and grab-and-go items will be available at other locations around the lobby, including the arcade, and pizza delivery will still be available. Disney will also provide bus service to other All-Star food courts. If you're walking, the closest available food court is All-Star Sports.

Disney's All Star Music Resort Overview

Disney's version of a budget resort features three distinct themes executed in the same hyperbolic style. Spread over a vast expanse, the resorts comprise 30 three-story motel-style guest-room Buildings. Although the three resorts are neighbors, each has its own lobby, food court, and registration area. The All-Star Music Resort features 40-foot guitars, maracas, and saxophones. Lobbies of all are loud (in both decibels and brightness) and cartoonish, with checkerboard walls and photographs of famous musicians. There's even a photo of Mickey Mouse with Alice Cooper. Each resort has two main pools; Music's are shaped like musical instruments (the Piano Pool and the guitar-shaped Calypso Pool. All six pools feature plastic replicas of Disney characters, some shooting water pistols. Sarah Stone's Mousesavers.com has a current list of Disney hotel discounts available at All Star Music.

Information on the other All Star resorts can be found at our pages for All Star Movies Resort and All Star Sports Resort.

All Star Music hotel map

The All Star Resorts are slightly cheaper - and a little bit worse - than Pop Century. The All Star Resorts and Pop Century are slightly less expensive than the newer - and better - Art of Animation value resort.

In terms of layout, architecture, and facilities, All Star Music is similar to Pop Century, the All-Star and Art of Animation Resorts: 3- and 4-story, motel-style Buildings with a central pool, food court, and registration area.

Look for Building-sized music-related icons.


Where To Check-In, Get Theme Park Tickets and Make Dining Reservations

A security gate guards the entrance to All Star Music's grounds. If you arrive by car, you'll need to provide photo ID at the gate; it's not necessary to provide your reservation number or paperwork. A dedicated parking lot across from the lobby serves as temporary parking for those who need it while checking in.

Melody Hall is All Star Music's lobby. In it you will find the check-in counter, concierge, Note'able Games Arcade, the gift shop Maestro Mickey's, and Intermission Food Court.

Check-in time at All Star Music is 3:00 PM, and check-out time is 11:00 AM. All Star Music participates in Disney's Online Check-In program, which allows you to you provide name, address, and credit card information up to 10 days before your arrival. If you've done this, look for an Online Check-In sign near the Registration Desk. You'll be routed to one of the Online Check-in staff and should be on the way to your room in a few minutes.

If you've not registered online, look for signs pointing you to the Registration/Check-In area. You'll need to provide a government-issued photo ID and credit/debit card when you register. While parents are completing the paperwork, kids can unwind in a nearby area and watch a television showing classic Disney animated films.

All Star Music's registration staff can provide Magic Bands for your stay, if you don't already have them. Get theme park tickets and dining reservations at the Concierge Desk, to the right of the Registration Desk. If you need to check in and obtain theme park tickets, you can save some time in line if one adult gets in line for tickets just after another adult starts the registration process. The Concierge Desk can also make Disney dining reservations, and you can avoid a wait there by making them online prior to arrival.

Left: The hotel's lobby, called Melody Hall. Right: Kids can watch class Disney animation in a special waiting area while parents check in.


All Star Music's Rooms

Guest rooms at All Star Music are small at 260 square feet. Almost all All Star Music rooms sleep 4, plus one child in a crib. The decor is upbeat, with white bedspreads, themed-print duvet covers and wall art depicting musicians. Light-finish wood furniture and dark, patterned carpet provide an upscale touch, but these are not rooms you'll want to spend a lot of time in.

At 260 square feet, guest rooms at the All-Star Resorts are very small. They're so small that a family of four attempting to stay in one room might redefine "family values" by week's end. Each room has two double beds or one king bed, a separate vanity area, and a table and chairs. Most bedspreads feature musicians; most light fixtures are star-shaped. No rooms have balconies. If you're planning to save for a Disney vacation, you may want to save enough for a bigger room at another resort if space is an important consideration.

To the rejoicing of parents everywhere, Disney has opened 192 family suites at its All-Star Music Resort. In the Jazz and Calypso buildings, these suites measure roughly 520 square feet, slightly larger than the cabins at Fort Wilderness. Each suite, formed from the combination of two formerly separate rooms, includes a kitchenette with mini-refrigerator, microwave, and coffeemaker. Sleeping accommodations include a queen bed in the bedroom, plus a pullout sleeper sofa and two chairs that convert to beds in the family room. We're not sure we'd let adult friends (ones we want to keep, anyway) on the sofa bed or those chair beds, but they're probably fine for children.

The suites also feature flat-screen televisions in each room, plus two bathroom - one more than the Fort Wilderness cabins. The suites cost anywhere from 25% to 40% less than the cabins, but they don't have the kitchen space or appliances to prepare anything more than rudimentary meals. If you're trying to save money by eating in your room, the cabins are your best bet. If you just want a little extra space and somewhere to nuke your Pop-Tarts in the morning, go with the All-Star suites.

Each All Star Music room is furnished with the following:

The mini-fridge is a dorm-style unit that sit under a counter or desk. It's more like a beverage chiller than a refrigerator in that it'll keep drinks cool, but you're not going to freeze popsicles or make ice cubes in it. What you won't find in your All Star Music room is a microwave, coffee maker (you'll need to stay at a Disney moderate resort or higher), or wired Internet access.

All Star Music Room Layout

All Star bathrooms are tiny. Almost all feature a tiled tub with shower, while some wheelchair-accessible rooms have a roll-in shower without tub. One nice feature in the standard bathrooms is a shower curtain rod that curves outward, so you're not always elbowing the shower curtain while shampooing. Water pressure in the shower is average - probably less than what you get at home, but still enough to get your hair clean. Eventually.

A separate dressing area next to the bathroom includes one sink, but not much counter space. A 1500-watt, wall-mounted hair dryer is provided, but it's not very powerful. The dressing area includes a curtain that separates it from the sleeping area. Combined with the bathroom, this means that 3 people can get dressed at the same time.

Bathroom and dressing area and sink in All Star Music's rooms.

The most frequent complaint we hear from readers about All Star resorts is on the poor soundproofing between rooms, especially rooms connected by an interior door. A family of our readers (who only list themselves as "Massachusetts family of four") had this to say about All Star Music:

I would never recommend the All-Star for a family. It was like dormitory living - our room was about 1 mile from the bus stop, and the room was tiny. I'm in the hotel business, and it was one of the smallest I've been in. You needed to step into the bathroom, shut the door, then step around the toilet that blocked half the tub.

This reader had a great experience at All Star Music:

I stayed at All Star Music on my last night, as I needed Magical Express back to the airport very early in the morning. The resort was pleasantly better than I remembered/expected. I received my request of the Broadway section, check in was very easy and my room was ready at 10am, the rooms had been recently refurbished (for the second time in the last five years!), there was a fridge free of charge (something I'm told is now standard at all the values), and the room itself was more than fine for one night-I wouldn't hesitate to stay there for a slightly longer stay either. My room was in a very quiet location at the back of the resort overlooking the woods, and the outside noise was minimal-did hear some noise from neighbors, but nothing horrible.

Handicap-Accessible Room Options

All Star Music has around 200 handicap-accessible rooms. Some feature roll-in showers, while others include assistive hearing devices. A subset of these rooms have been converted to comply with Florida's Accessibility Code, with changes to everything from bed, counter-top, and dresser drawer height, to door widths, wheelchair ramps, and more.

Some of Music's accessible rooms have the standard setup of 2 double beds; all rooms with roll-in showers have 1 king bed, and a small number of roll-in shower rooms have both 1 king bed and 1 double bed. Use our hotel room finder to see which rooms have which features.

Standard Rooms and Preferred Rooms, Standard Views and Pool Views

Disney knows that some hotel rooms are better than others. Most people prefer to be close to the lobby and dining, and want something pretty to look at from their hotel room window. To capitalize on this, Disney categorizes all of All Star Music's hotel rooms based on how long it takes you to walk to the lobby, and what you see from inside the room.

Here's the system Disney uses:

There are plenty of exceptions to Disney's room category system. Knowing what to look for will help you get a better room at a cheaper price.


Pools and Playgrounds at All Star Music

All Star Music has 2 pools. The largest, Calypso Pool, sits directly behind the Melody Hall lobby and food court, between the two buildings dedicated to the genre of the same name. The pool features a sculpture of The Three Caballeros that shoots out streams of cold water.

Calypso Pool and Water Play Area

The other smaller pool, The Piano Pool, is located near buildings 2 through 8. This pool area is themed like a like a piano, and features large piano keys on the ground. The Piano Pool is considered a "quiet pool," meaning that loud play and splashing around are discouraged.

The Piano Pond Pool is a quiet pool, free from loud play and splashing around.

All Star Music's pools range in depth from around 3 feet 6 inches/1.1m to 4 feet 9 inches/1.4m. Music's pools are open every day, including winter. Pools are heated to 82F/28C throughout the year. We've swam in temperatures as cold as 40F/4C; the water was fine, but getting out was a shock. All Star Music does not have a hot tub or jacuzzi; those are found at Disney's moderate and deluxe resorts.

There are no water slides at All Star Music's pools, or any of the value resort pools for that matter, but guests can find showers, storage lockers, restrooms, and laundry facilities at each of the two pools. Pool hours are at least 9AM to 9 PM, extending to as much as 8 AM to 12 AM during busy times. The Calypso Pool will have lifeguards during most of the day, but Piano Pool will not have lifeguards at any time.

Infants and children in diapers are welcome in all of Music's pools, as long as they're wearing swim diapers. Water wings are allowed at all Disney pools, and every pool has free life vests in a variety of sizes:

You may need to bring your towels from your room to use at the pool - Disney sometimes stocks extra towels poolside, and sometimes they don't. Our advice is to send someone down to the pool to check the towel situation before you go. If you end up using your room towels at the pool, just call Housekeeping when you get back and request more.

Pool toys are permitted in All Star’s pools, including "pool noodles" (which you may find at the Maestro Mickey's shop in the lobby), and basic toys that would be appropriate for water use such as rubber duckies and bucket & shovel sets. Some of us will occasionally bring something like a whiffle ball for playing catch in the pool. As long as you’re not disturbing other guests, you’ll be fine. Also note that kids with pool toys become very popular with other kids in the pool who want to play too. If you’re traveling with an only child and want him to have some age cohort interaction during your vacation, a nice strategy is to bring some extra toys. Chances are he’ll make a buddy.

Wheelchair Accessibility at All Star's Pools

All Star Music's Calypso Pool has a chair-lift device that can lower guests in wheelchairs into the shallow end of the pool. Check with any lifeguard for assistance on using the lift.

Playgrounds at All Star Music

A small playground set is located between the Jazz Inn Building 9 and Calypso Building 10. The set has two small plastic slides and a couple of sections with a few steps for toddlers to go up and down. Safety seems to be Disney's concern here - there are no swings, and the entire area is covered in a springy, poured rubber surface.


Restaurants and Dining

There's no full-service restaurant at any Disney value resort, including All Star Music. Intermission Food Court is set up like a food court at a mall. There are 5 different stations, each selling one set of meals. For example, one station sells pizza and pasta; another sells burgers; another is dedicated to sandwiches, and so on. If your kids each want something different, you'll have to line up several times. The good news is that some of the food is prepared on demand, so you'll at least be getting your burger cooked to order.

Prices range from $6 to $15 for an entree so you won't break the bank. We haven’t received any strong good or bad feedback on the entrees from the Lunch and Dinner menu. The pizza was especially bland and tasteless. The sandwiches like the Hot Italian and Meatball Sub were good but not great, but at least both are under $10. None of the desserts are particularly interesting but there is a nice assortment of ice cream sundaes and shakes.

Intermission Food Court is set up like a mall food court. Seven different stations each serve a different type of food. A separate beverage station serves free refills on fountain drinks, coffee, and tea.

Free refills are available for coffee, tea, hot chocolate, and fountain drinks (including juice and milk) during your meal at Intermission Food Court. A huge beverage station sits just beyond the cash registers, and this station also provides toaster ovens, hot water, ice, condiments, and napkins. Intermission Food Court also participates in Disney's Rapid Fill refillable mug program, where you purchase a souvenir plastic mug once, and get free refills for the remainder of your stay. The cost varies depending on how long you're staying at the resort:

The break-even point for the refillable mug program seems to be around 3 visits on the 1-day plan; 4 visits on the 2-day plan; 5 on the 3-day plan; and 6 visits for stays of 4 or more days. Keep in mind that if you buy a regular $3 fountain soda at any meal, you get unlimited refills during that meal. So for the refillable mug program to make sense, you'll need to drink soda with at least 3 separate meals on the 1-day plan, or 5 separate meals on the 2-day plan. In those cases, it would be hard to get too far from a bathroom, let alone all the way to the parks.

Intermission Food Court Hours

Intermission Food Court participates in the Disney Dining Plan; meals cost 1 Quick Service credit, and there are a wide variety of snacks to use as Snack credits on the Dining Plan. Tables in Wonderland cardholders are eligible for a 20% discount at Intermission Food Court.

Pizza delivery is available to your room from Disney's own delivery service. Besides pizza, chicken wings, desserts, beer, wine, and sodas are also available. However, delivery can take up to 90 minutes, and the food quality is often below average. You're probably better off either walking to the food court or calling Domino's. Pizza delivery hours are 4 PM to midnight daily. A medium (16") cheese pizza costs around $14 and a pepperoni around $16. Minimum order is $15, and Disney will tack on an 18% tip, $3 delivery charge, and 7% sales tax. Thus, a $30 pizza order will cost you $40.50 delivered.

Singing Spirits Bar Just outside of the food court and on the way to the Calypso Pool is the Singing Spirits Bar. Singing Spirits has outdoor seating and a limited drink menu, with several beer selections, a couple of wines, and a small selection of spirits. It's fine if you want a Budweiser or strawberry margarita to relax with by the pool, or to get a nightcap on the way back to your room for the night. Singing Spirits Bar is usually open 12 PM to 12 AM daily, weather permitting.


Transportation to and from All Star Music

Driving Your Own Car Disney's All Star Music Resort is just off of I-4 in Lake Buena Vista. Take I-4 Exit 65 - Animal Kingdom / Wide World of Sports and you'll end up on Osceola Parkway. Stay on Osceola for 2.8 miles, then turn left on Buena Vista Dr. Go about 0.7 miles/1 km down Buena Vista Dr, then turn right on to Melody Ln, which is All Star Music's entrance road. You'll see All Star Music's sign well before you need to turn.

Here's All Star Music's GPS address and location:

From Orlando International Airport If you're arriving at Orlando International Airport, Disney's free Magical Express bus service will take you and your luggage directly from the airport to All Star Music, then back to the airport when it's time for your flight home.

From Sanford International Airport It's about a 40-minute drive from Sanford to All Star Music. If you're not renting a car, be aware that Sanford's airport offers fewer transportation options than Orlando's, and Sanford's options are generally much more expensive. A taxi from Sanford International Airport to All Star Music will cost between $120 and $150, depending on traffic. Mears Transportation offers 3-passenger towncar service to All Star Music for around $140 each way, plus tip; 5-passenger SUV service or 10-passenger van is around $190 each way. That means round-trip transportation will run you somewhere between $240 and $380, plus tip, between Sanford and All Star Music. At those prices, it may be less expensive to rent a car and park it at the hotel.

Getting to the theme parks, water parks and Downtown Disney Disney provides free bus service from All Star Music to the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios, Animal Kingdom, Blizzard Beach, Typhoon Lagoon, and Downtown Disney/Disney Springs. All Star Music's bus stops sit along the front wall of the Melody Hall lobby, between the lobby and check-in parking lot. Each theme park has its own bus stop somewhere along the wall. Animal Kingdom's bus service is shared with Blizzard Beach, while Downtown Disney/Disney Springs and Typhoon Lagoon also share a stop and service. All Star Music shares bus service with All Star Sports and All Star Movies. This can be troublesome during a busy time of year because All Star Music is the second of three stops. We have frequently seen mostly full buses arrive at All Star Music because they have already been stuffed with people at All Star Sports.

If you've got your own car, it's faster to drive yourself to Disney's Animal Kingdom, the Typhoon Lagoon and Blizzard Beach water parks, and Downtown Disney. Disney's bus service is faster to the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, and Disney's Hollywood Studios. We evaluate All Star Music's bus service annually, and the latest transportation times can be found below.

Each theme park has its own stop on All Star Music's bus route.

All Star Music Bus Schedule

Ask a Disney Castmember about Music's bus schedule, and they'll tell you that buses run about every 20 minutes. In reality, Music's bus schedule varies considerably depending on the time of day and where you're headed.

For example, if you're headed to the Magic Kingdom between 8 AM and 11 AM, you'll wait around 11 minutes, on average, for a bus to arrive. The bus schedules for Epcot, Animal Kingdom, and Disney's Hollywood Studios are about the same early in the day, with a bus arriving every 12-19 minutes, on average. Bus schedules to the water parks and Downtown Disney are a little less frequent, and you could wait anywhere from 15 to 37 minutes for a ride.

Buses run a little slower from around 11 AM to around 4 PM, when most people are already in a park. Disney's evening buses are scheduled around the theme parks' closing times, where most of the fleet is deployed to get guests back to their hotels. Your waits to return to your hotel from a theme park should average out to around 20 minutes under most circumstances.

Getting to another hotel from All Star Music If you've got dining plans at another Disney hotel, the cheapest option is to take a Disney bus from All Star Music to Downtown Disney, then take another bus from Downtown Disney to your destination hotel. Do the reverse to get back to All Star Music. While that's free, it can take anywhere from 90 minutes to 2 hours each way. If your destination is one of the Magic Kingdom monorail resorts, and the Magic Kingdom is still open, you could take a bus to the Magic Kingdom, then either walk (to the Contemporary and Bay Lake Tower), hop on the monorail (to the Polynesian and Grand Floridian), or take a boat (to Fort Wilderness, the Wilderness Lodge, and the Grand Floridian). We suggest you still allow at least an hour for that.

The fastest option, however, is almost always a taxi from All Star Music to wherever you're going; it's generally not more than a $20, 15-minute cab ride to get to most Disney hotels from All STar, and often less. Taxis are available outside the Melody Hall lobby; if a taxi is not already sitting out front, the bell services desk also serves as a taxi stand, and they'll call one for you.

To Universal Orlando If you're staying at Walt Disney World and don't have a car, Mears Transportation will shuttle you from your hotel to Universal and back for $18 per person. Pickup and return times are at your convenience. A one-way taxi ride is around $36, and may be the cheapest option if you have three to five people.


Shopping, Recreation, and Things To Do at All Star Music

All Star Music's gift shop is Maestro Mickey's, and sits just off the lobby, between the check-in area and the food court. As you'd expect from Disney, Maestro Mickey's has a decent collection of souvenirs ranging from small trinkets such as keychains and pens, to embroidered jackets and Disney princess dresses. Prices for these items are about what you'd pay in the theme parks or Downtown Disney.

Maestro Mickey's also sells basic pharmacy items such as sunscreen, aspirin, allergy and cold medicine, baby diapers and formula, shampoo, and the like. And Maestro Mickey has Disney-branded cookies, chocolate, coffee tins, and similar items, if that's what you're looking for. Prices for these items are considerably higher - about double - than what you'd probably pay at home.

Also located just off the Melody Hall lobby is the Note'able Games Arcade, which has a decent collection of relatively recent video and arcade games. Most games cost $0.50 to $2.00 per play, which can add up quickly. It's helpful to set a budget with your kids before they go in.

Walkers, joggers and runners will find a 1-mile-long, paved jogging trail that connects All Star Music Resort, All Star Music Resort and All Star Sports Resort. This path is located at the front of Melody Hall, along Buena Vista Drive. You won't find a gym, fitness center, indoor pool, or spa at All Star Music.


All Star Music Babysitting and In-Room Child Care

Disney doesn't offer on-site child care at All Star Music, but you've got some options. If you've got a car and you're headed to the theme parks, you can drop off your little ones at one of the child-care clubs at a resort nearby. Services vary, but children generally can be left between 4:30 PM and midnight. Milk and cookies and blankets and pillows are provided at all centers, and dinner is provided at most. Play is supervised but not organized, and toys, videos, and games are plentiful. Guests at any Disney resort or campground may use the services.

The most elaborate of the child-care centers (variously called "clubs" or "camps") is Never Land Club at the Polynesian Resort. The rate for ages 3-12 is $12 per hour, per child (2-hour minimum).

All the clubs accept reservations (some six months in advance!) with a credit card guarantee. Call the club directly, or reserve through Disney at 407-WDW-DINE. (If you call before 4 PM, call the club directly using the number shown below.) Most clubs require a 24-hour cancellation notice and levy a hefty penalty of 2 hours' time or $22.50 per call for no-shows. A limited number of walk-ins are usually accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.

Child-Care Clubs
Hotel Name of Program Ages Phone
Animal Kingdom Lodge Simba's Clubhouse 3-12 407-938-4785
Dolphin and Swan Camp Dolphin 4-12 407-934-4241
Polynesian Resort Never Land Club 3-12 407-824-1639
Yacht and Beach Club Resorts Sandcastle Club 3-12 407-934-3750
Wilderness Lodge and Villas Cub's Den 3-12 407-824-1083

If you don't have a car, then you're better off using in-room babysitting. Trying to take your child to a club in another hotel by Disney bus requires a 50- to 90-minute trip each way. By the time you've deposited your little one, it will almost be time to pick him or her up again.

Two companies provide in-room sitting in Walt Disney World and surrounding areas. They're Kid's Nite Out and Fairy Godmothers (no kidding). Both provide sitters older than age 18 who are insured, bonded, screened, reference-checked, police-checked, and trained in CPR. In addition to caring for your kids in your room, the sitters will, if you direct (and pay),take your children to the theme parks or other venues. Neither service will transport your children in private vehicles or give baths. Both offer bilingual sitters.

Babysitting Services
Kid's Nite Out Fairy Godmothers
407-828-0920 or
800-696-8105
kidsniteout.com
407-277-3724
Hotels Served
All WDW and Orlando-area hotels
Hotels Served
All WDW and Orlando-area hotels
Sitters
Men and women
Sitters
Mothers and grandmothers, female college students
Base Hourly Rates
1 child, $16
2 children, $18.50
3 children, $21
4 children, $23.50
4-hour minimum
Base Hourly Rates
1 child, $16
2 children, $16
3 children, $16
4 children, $18
Extra Charges
Transportation fee, $10; starting before 6:30 AM
or after 9 PM, +$2 per hour; additional fee for holidays
Extra Charges
Transportation fee, $14; starting after 10 PM,
+$2 per hour
Cancellation Deadline
24 hours before service when reservation is made
Cancellation Deadline
3 hours before service
Form of Payment
AE, D, MC, V; gratuity in cash
Form of Payment
Cash or traveler's check for actual payment; gratuity in cash
Things Sitter Won't Do
Transport children in private vehicles,
take children swimming, give baths
Things Sitter Won't Do
Transport children, give baths; swimming
is at sitter's discretion

Miscellaneous All Star Music

Coin-operated washers and dryers are in laundry facilities next to each pool. Cost is around $2 per wash, and another $2 per dry cycle. The machines take quarters, and a change machine is provided. A small selection of soap, fabric softener, and dryer sheets are also sold, for around $1 each. A typical wash cycle takes 20 to 30 minutes, and a typical dry cycle takes 40 to 50.

If you lose something during your stay, contact Disney's Lost and Found department by calling (407)824-4245.

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Good (and Not-So-Good) Rooms at Disney's All-Star Music Resort

Best and Worst Room Views at Disney's All Star Music Resort

Being a value resort means that All Star Music doesn't offer many spectacular views. But there are a few rooms that are better than a parking lot. There's no large body of water near the All Star resorts so if you want a value resort with a lake view you should try Pop Century or Art of Animation.

Good Rooms in Building 1 of Calypso

Building 1 doesn't have much to offer in terms of views. The major advantage of this Building is the short walk to Melody Hall. Rooms facing south look out on to the Calypso Pool. All other rooms in Building 1 either face a parking lot or foliage. Good views in Building 1 include rooms 1X01-1X09 (replace X with the floor number).

Bad views in building 1 include:

1433
Room 1433: This view is bad and noisy.
1663
Room 1663: Looking out at the Calypso Pool.

Good Rooms in Building 2 of Jazz Inn

Views in Building 2 mostly face foliage or a small courtyard with a fountain. Good views in Building 2 include rooms 2X01-2X10, and 2X55-2X63.

Bad views in building 2 include:

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Room 2446: This room directly faces a service area used by the hotel staff.
2501
Room 2501: Looking down at the Jazz Inn courtyard.

Good Rooms in Building 3 of Rock Inn

Building 3 rooms facing west look out on to a courtyard and a giant jukebox icon. Good views in Building 3 include rooms 3X01-3X10 and 3X55-3X64.

Bad views in building 3 include:

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Room 3403: A good view turned bad due to a giant guitar.
3601
Room 3601: You'll feel safe knowing a large jukebox is watching guarding your building.

Good Rooms in Building 4 of Rock Inn

Like Building 3, Building 4 also is themed after rock and roll. Good views in Building 4 include rooms 4X01-4X10, and 4X58-4X64.

Bad views in building 4 include:

4432
Room 4432: We list this as a bad view due to its close proximity to a parking lot.
4509
Room 4509: This isn't the best view but at least it's peaceful.

Good Rooms in Building 5 of Country Fair

Building 5 has the disadvantage of being the furthest away from Melody Hall, there's also not much to see in terms of views as most of the rooms face foliage. Good views in Building 5 include rooms 5X01-5X10 and 5X55-5X64.

Bad views in building 5 include:

5633
Room 5633: It's a body of water but not one you want to go in to or look at.
5502
Room 5927: This isn't the best view but the noise level will be low.

Good Rooms in Building 6 of Country Fair

Like its neighbor, Building 6 is also far from Melody Hall. Good views in Building 6 include rooms 6X01-6X10, .

Bad views in building 6 include:

6417
Room 6417: If you like foliage you'll love this view.
6455
Room 6455: Looking out at the walkway.

Good Rooms in Building 7 of Broadway Hotel

Building 7 rooms facing east look out on a courtyard themed after a Broadway theater. Good views in Building 7 include rooms 7X01-7X10 and 7X55-7X64.

Bad views in building 7 include:

7601
Room 7601: It's just like the real Broadway.
7554
Room 7554: A bad view of a parking lot.

Good Rooms in Building 8 of Broadway Hotel

Rooms facing West in Building 8 face a courtyard themed after a Broadway theatre. Good views in Building 8 include rooms 8X01-8X10 and 8X55-8X64.

Bad views in building 8 include:

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Room 8659: Do people still wear top hats in Broadway shows?
8443
Room 8443: Bad view a hotel maintenance area.

Good Rooms in Building 9 of Jazz Inn

Views in Building 9 mostly face foliage or a small courtyard with a fountain. Good views in Building 9 include rooms 9X01-9X10 and 9X55-9X63.

Bad views in building 9 include:

9406
Room 9406: Nice view of a calm Jazz Inn courtyard.
9408
Room 9408: You probably won't want your hotel view blocked by a giant saxophone.

Good Rooms in Building 10 of Calypso

Like Building 1, Building 10's major advantage is the close distance to Melody Hall. Rooms facing North look out on to the Calypso Pool. All other rooms either face a parking lot or foliage. Good views in Building 10 include rooms 0X01-0X10 and 0X55-0X64.

Bad views in building 10 include:

0432
Room 0432: The view is bad but at least you'll be close to your car and the hotel lobby.
0662
Room 0662: Overlooking The Calypso Pool.

Strengths and Weaknesses
Strengths Weaknesses
Super-kid-friendly theme Remote location
Low (for Disney) rates Small guest rooms
Large swimming pools No full-service dining
Food courts Large, confusing layout
Convenient self-parking Congested bus-loading areas
No character meals
Limited recreation options

Disney's All-Star Music Resort Dining

Commuting Times to the Parks
Park Commuting Times
Resort Transportation
Magic Kingdom 20 min
Epcot 25 min
Hollywood Studios 17 min 19 min