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All Of Disney World's Resort Hotels, Ranked
Disney's All-Star Sports Resort caters mostly to sports fans which is a very niche demographic of vacationers so other guests may not be taken in by its sport-centric presentation. It is budget-friendly, but that means it has thin walls, limited dining options, and is a go-to destination for many youth athletic associations, which can negatively affect those seeking resort relaxation.
22. All-Star Sports Resort
Like the two other All-Star Resorts within Disney World, the Music Resort tends to rank low among Disney fans. The only means of transportation to the park is a free bus that can be crowded or time-consuming, and its main food options are a food court, but the guitar-shaped pool might win some over.
21. All-Star Music Resort
The best of the All-Star Resorts, the Movies Resort emphasizes Disney movies and memorabilia and is chock full of props from Disney and Pixar's best and most beloved films. Perhaps its best features are the "Fantasia"-themed pool, and Movies Under the Stars which is a nightly attraction where guests can enjoy some of their favorite Disney films outdoors.
20. All-Star Movies Resort
Pop Century has a fantastic retro Disney feel, and rooms come at fairly low prices, but there are some flaws that come with the cost, like smaller rooms and beds, and limited dining options. It’s located along the Skyliner Transportation route, though, giving an additional travel option for getting to Disney's parks without waiting in line for the bus.
19. Pop Century Resort
One of the newer hotels, Coronado Springs Resort has American Southwestern/Spanish Colonial architecture and is reasonably priced. There are wonderful views from the Gran Destino Tower rooms, a gorgeous pool area, a water slide down a 50-foot Mayan pyramid, and it has the largest hot tub in Walt Disney World.
18. Coronado Springs Resort