Disney's All Star Sports Resort

3.0 star rating

Standard accommodation with basic facilities and limited services.

    What to expect (based on 5405 reviews):

    Cleanliness

    Cleanliness-4

    Location

    Location-4.5

    Rooms

    Rooms-3.5

    Service

    Service-4

    Value

    Value-4

    5 most recent TripAdvisor reviews:

    Convenient but expensive.

    Reviewed by 964lynnMccF(Miami, Florida) on Oct 20, 2019

    		
			TripAdvisor users rated this property 
			3
			 out of 5

    These hotels used to be moderate priced at $59.00 to 69.00 a night. At $175. now, Per night I don’t consider that to be too moderate. My gosh all you do is sleep and shower. Probably spend no more then 8 hours a day in the room. Walt Disney would be turning over in his grave. The rooms are small, the bathroom door is close to the toilet so you practically have to straddle the toilet to get into the bathroom. Tub water dripped all night every night. The outlets in the room won’t hold the plug. We needed to charge up a scooter and we didn’t know the outlet didn’t work till the next day when the scooter was about to die. We moved the scooter inside and then realized it was the outlet. The restaurants are convenient but not efficient. Wanted crab cakes one night for dinner none were ready. Servers are slow at getting food out. Needed kids pancakes none were made, had to wait on that also. Not pleased with this trip. Disney tickets are way over priced. We all had passed ready to expire and each one of us said we will not renew for many years. It’s not a vacation waiting in long lines spending tuns on money on cheap food. The cups are now $20.00. I got one coke in the morning and one at night for three days. Does that warrant spending $20.. I’ll just bring coke from home next time. The smartest thing we did was purchase bananas at Walmart. $2.29 for 8. One at Disney cost $2.29. And that’s a fact!!! Shop before you go if you have small kids. Buy your cereal and just bring it. Disney is ripping everyone off. If people would stop spending, stop charging on their credit card to please their kids prices might come down or at least. By the way.... the $5.75 lemonade cup at the parks only cost $1.00 at any dollar store with refrigerated foods. Stop people, just stop! Take a stand and say NO MORE!!!

    Good value

    Reviewed by coasttraveller(Sydney, Australia) on Oct 20, 2019

    		
			TripAdvisor users rated this property 
			4
			 out of 5

    Even though the rooms have not yet been renovated they are quite good. We weren’t too impressed with the food court as it was very expensive so we went out for meals. $3.80 for a bottle of water is a rip off. Buses to the parks are excellent although it would be good if shade was provided at the bus stop as it gets very hot standing in line. We didn’t use the pool.

    Convenient Location

    Reviewed by J-W(The Villages, Florida) on Oct 19, 2019

    		
			TripAdvisor users rated this property 
			4
			 out of 5

    We had not been to a Disney All Star Resort in over ten years. Since we were here for just a one night stay we decided that we would go the economy route. The location in great and the buses are very convenient. We did have breakfast there and it was descent for fast food. However, our room was on the verge of being worn out. I would think that Disney would pay closer attention to that. We are new Florida pass holders so we plan to go 7 to 10 times a year. Next month we will stay off grounds to compare and see what we think is best for us. With that being said, we certainly have not ruled out coming back to the All Star Sports Resort.

    Individual ratings:

    Rooms

    Rooms-2

    Service

    Service-4

    Value

    Value-3

    Great Resort

    Reviewed by lisagS8109XZ(Sheffield, United Kingdom) on Oct 18, 2019

    		
			TripAdvisor users rated this property 
			4
			 out of 5

    We added an extra night onto our holiday at Coronado Springs and chose All Star Sports we weren't disappointed. Check in was easy it was late when we arrived, we had 2 rooms booked which at first were in 2 different buildings, the cast member quickly changed they and off we went. The rooms were very clean , abit outdated but I know they are due a refurbishment. The theming of the resort is great , my kids loved it . We didn't use the pool as it was only 1 night but they looked good . The food court had a good selection of food . Because of the time difference we were awake really early so my daughter and I went for a walk around the resort , we passed all the different blocks which are all dedicated to a different sport and look really good. As it was still dark we managed to spot a family of raccoons which made my daughters day ( not something you see in England) we sat quietly for a good ten minutes just watching, lovely to see. All in all a really nice resort that I would definitely come back to .

    Disappointing Stay

    Reviewed by 242mse(New York City, New York) on Oct 17, 2019

    		
			TripAdvisor users rated this property 
			2
			 out of 5

    I've stayed in the All Star Resorts many times as well as the more expensive resorts. The upgraded rooms in All Star Movies really show how dated the non-upgraded rooms here are but, that isn't my biggest issue. Disney has instituted a ridiculous 'room check policy' where you can expect to be trespassed upon at any given time of the day by a low-level employee (who may or may not be able to communicate to you in English.) Cast members will give you a dead eyed stare and a canned speech on how this is 'to make you safe' and to 'make sure there are no issues.' As an adult world traveler, if there were issues in my room, I am quite able to dial that magical thing called a telephone to sort it out. Even if you have a do not disturb on your door they will try to push the door open, today they tried at 10:30am while I was still undressed and yelled as much through the door. I feel creeped out and am disgusted. Rethinking being a passholder. Shame on you Disney, as you are mostly up to speed on customer service but this policy is ridiculous - turning your resorts into a nanny state doesn't make anyone feel safe, just annoyed, bothered and not wanting to return. Warning to female solo travelers that this policy exists and to expect to be harassed at all hours of the day if you dare to be in your room that you paid good money for. I've never experienced something so incredibly stupid in all my years of traveling Do not disturb means... DO NOT DISTURB.