Disney’s All Star Movies Resort reopened to Guests today at the Walt Disney World Resort, expanding the Value Resort category offerings. When operation resumed last summer, the only Value Resorts available were Disney’s Art of Animation and the campground at Disney’s Fort Wilderness.

Access to the resort is restricted to only Guests staying there, who can access many of the resort’s amenities. For health and safety, the lobby has been set up with social distance markers and plexiglass barriers.

The World Premiere Food Court is back in business and like many food locations, mobile ordering is required. Greeters are at the entrance to only admit Guests who have a mobile order placed.

The Fantasia Pool is available for Guests staying at the resort, located in the heart of the property. A second pool, called “The Duck Pond” and themed to The Mighty Ducks, has also reopened.

In the mood to take home a piece of the magic? Donald’s Double Feature is a gift shop that offers lots of Disney souvenirs, including resort-specific items you’ll only find at the Disney All Star Resorts.

While All Star Movies is the only of the three resorts open at this time, the merchandise encompases all three, with shirts, mugs, magnets and keychains depicting the themes of Movies, Music and Sports.

Several additional resorts will reopen this summer including Disney’s Beach Club Resort on May 30th and Disney’s Wilderness Lodge on June 6th. For a full walkthrough of the recently reopened All Star Movies, see our live walkthrough below.

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