Sneak Peek: Picture The View From Every All-Star Movies Room

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Earlier this month we launched Hotel Room Views, a new part of that shows the view you’ll see at every hotel room in Walt Disney World (more than 30,000 photos). We’re rolling out a few hotels each week, and we’ve got All-Star Sports, Polynesian, Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa, and Wilderness Lodge available now.

Today we’re adding photos from each of All-Star Movies‘ 1,920 rooms.

The first page shows you a map of the entire resort. On the left side is a set of filter options you can use to find exactly the room you want:

A map of Disney's All-Star Movies Resort
All-Star Movies Resort Map
  • Room Type Includes Disney’s description of the view, and the bed type in the room (if we know it). All-Star Movies has Standard and Preferred views, most with double beds.
  • Walking Distance to Lobby Useful for cutting down on walking time
  • Walking Distance to Transportation Allows you to find rooms near bus stops, monorails and boats
  • Floors If you prefer ground or upper-floor rooms, you can specify that here
  • Sound Level Helps find the quiet rooms at the resort
  • Accessibility Identifies ADA-accessible rooms by feature, including roll-in showers and more
  • Our Picks Shows only the rooms which the Unofficial Guide has determined to be the best at the resort.
  • Prices You can also filter by price by entering the date you’re checking in.

Choose any of these options and click “Show Matching Rooms.” The map will highlight in red all of the buildings which have rooms matching your options.

Click on one of the highlighted buildings and you’ll see a map of all of the rooms in that building. Rooms which match your filter options will be highlighted in red:

All-Star Movies view of one building.
All-Star Movies view of one building.


Click on any of the individual rooms and you’ll see the view from that room:

Picture of the view from a room at All-Star Movies

 Once you’re looking at a room’s view, you can do a comparison of nearby views by going left or right one room, or up or down one floor.

Another really great feature on this page is shown in the green text just below the photo:

Bldg 8,Flr 3,NE-facing room.Exmple:8955,8956,8957,8958,8959,8960,8961,8962,8963

This is the exact wording to give Disney (or your travel agent) to request that specific room, and rooms like it if this room isn’t available. During this project we learned that Disney’s reservation system may only have 80 characters of text to make room requests, and we’ve ensured that this text fits in 80 characters or less. While there’s no guarantee that you’ll get the room, by telling Disney the room you want and its alternatives, you increase your chances.

It’s Important to Choose Your Own Room

You’re paying a premium to stay on-site, and it doesn’t cost anything to make a room request. So consider the photo below, which is a Standard View room you could get at random if you just let Disney make the decision for you:

The view from All-Star Movies Room 5762.
Up close and personal with the broom from Fantasia.


It may be from Fantasia, but that view isn’t magical. For the same money you could request room 3902 in the Mighty Ducks section, which has a nice view of the pool:

The view from All-Star Movies 3902
A better view from 3902


You’re also able to leave public reviews and private notes about a room, rate a room, and mark a room as a “favorite.”

When you mark two or more rooms as favorites, you’re able to do a side-by-side comparison of each room’s view by clicking the Compare Favorites link on the left side of the page.

We expect to have every Disney-owned resort in Orlando available by the end of this year. That includes DVC resorts, suites, and more. Here’s the approximate rollout schedule:

Week Ending Resort
October 4 All-Star Sports Done!
October 11 Polynesian Done!
Saratoga Springs Done!
Wilderness Lodge Done!
October 18 Port Orleans French Quarter
Port Orleans Riverside
Caribbean Beach
All-Star Movies Done!
Pop Century
October 25 Coronado Springs
Animal Kingdom Lodge
November 1 All-Star Music
Art of Animation
November 8 Fort Wilderness (campsites and cabins)
Beach Club
Yacht Club
November 15 Contemporary Resort
BoardWalk Inn
Grand Floridian
November 22 Bay Lake Tower
Animal Kingdom Lodge Villas
December 6 Wilderness Lodge Villas
Old Key West
Saratoga Springs Treehouses

We had a lot of cooperation from Disney executives and resort staff to help collect these photos. For the deluxe and DVC resorts, we’ve got pictures of most of the first-floor rooms at every resort. For upper-floor rooms, we’ve got sample photos from different parts of each wing or building, showing the approximate view you’ll get at each room.

If you’ve got photos of the view from your room at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge, please email them to us! You’ll be helping out other families planning their visit.

Whether you’re taking a honeymoon or taking the kids on their first trip to Walt Disney World, we’ll help you find the perfect hotel room.

Len Testa

Len Testa is the co-author of the Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World, and has contributed to the Disneyland and Las Vegas Unofficial Guides. Most of his time is spent trying to keep up with the team. Len's email address is You can also follow him on Twitter: @lentesta.

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