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How to Pick the Best Walt Disney World Value Resort for Your Family

by Mommy Frog on April 1, 2024 31 Orlando

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The Walt Disney World Value Resorts are excellent options for the kids and the kids-at-heart who appreciate all things quintessentially Disney. The value resorts are also perfect for those looking for a budget-friendly option while not sacrificing the conveniences and magic of staying on Disney property. They're especially ideal for first-time and repeat visitors who are planning to spend almost all of their time in the parks and thus only need the basics in terms of amenities. Big on fun, AND value — let's jump in to learn more!

Disney World Value Resort - Art of Animation

Figuring out where to stay in Orlando will have a big impact on your trip's budget, as well as your vacation comfort. Disney has a nice variety of value hotels, each with similarities and differences. How do you choose which one is the best Walt Disney World Value Resort for your family? This post will help you decide!

We'll go over the amenities and benefits that make each Walt Disney World Value Resort awesome, as well as how to best choose the hotel for you. Once you've figured out your family's preferred pad, hop over and book it through us! Currently, you can save up to 35% on select stays through Oct. 3, 2024!

Overview of Walt Disney World Value Resorts

Walt Disney World Value Resorts are perfect for those on a budget. They provide Disney magic while still allowing you to save money. They are great for avid Disney families or those who will be spending all of their time in the parks. There are five Walt Disney World Value Resorts:

Walt Disney World Value Hotel Amenities and Benefits

Disney World Value Resort - All Star Sports Hall of Fame

Every Walt Disney World Value Resort has the usual conveniences you would expect, such as mail, laundry, dry-cleaning, ATM, complimentary Wi-Fi, currency exchange, designated smoking areas and more. And don't let the "value" designation fool you! While these are the lowest price-point of the Walt Disney World Resort hotels, they are by no means low-tier. These services are much more efficient and of higher quality than other local budget hotels.

Oh, and keep an eye out in the lobby for screens that interact with your MagicBand and feature your name, such as displaying you in the “Hall of Fame” at Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort!

One of the big perks of staying at any Disney property is Early Theme Park Entry. As a replacement for Extra Magic Hours (which allowed an extra hour before opening or two hours after closing at one designated theme park each day), Disney introduced Early Theme Park Entry, which allows hotel guests to enter any park 30 minutes early, every day.

Leap over here to see all of the Walt Disney World Resort hotel benefits and amenities!

Disney World Value Resort Theming

Guide to Disney World Value Resorts - Art of Animation

One of the big deciding factors for choosing one of these hotels is theming. Theming is how Disney uses a particular idea and décor to impact every detail of your stay. It’s part of the intangible magic that makes Disney feel like you are millions of miles away from the "real world."

One of the great things about Walt Disney World Value Resorts is they go all-in on Disney theming. While many of the moderate and deluxe resorts have more subtle Disney accents, the values are perfect for kids and kids-at-heart. Each of the All-Stars provides fun theming for music, movies and sports, so there's something for everyone. If you’ve got a tadpole who dreams of being the next LeBron James, All-Star Sports will be your paradise. If you and your significant frogger can’t get enough of the Disney classics, All-Star Movies is for you. Audio aficionados will love All-Star Music. Pop Century pays tribute to all the unfrogettable trends of the 1950s through the 1990s (Yo-yos and floppy disks, anyone?). And Art of Animation makes a big splash with tons of Disney theming, focusing on favorite films such as "Finding Nemo," "Cars," "The Lion King" and "The Little Mermaid."

Theming is the element that elevates staying somewhere off International Drive into a full Disney experience. Some people just want to be connected to the "magic," and it's the theming that provides it. Even if "theming" isn’t your thing, each one of these hotels will offer you outstanding value and experience.


Rooms at Walt Disney World Value Resorts are perfect for families. While all the value resorts offer standard rooms, a couple of them offer Family Suites that provide ample space. All-Star Music has the most affordable Family Suites on property, while Art of Animation has the majority of Family Suites, with three of its four sections exclusively offering suites. Value resorts are a great fit for larger families or groups.

Location and Transportation

Guide to Disney World Value Resorts - Disney Skyliner signage

Overnight self-parking at resorts is complimentary for hotel guests. If you drive to the parks and are staying on-site, you will not be charged to park at the theme parks. This can be a big cost savings because standard car parking at the theme parks is $30 each day! You can also pay the difference between standard and preferred parking if you want to upgrade for a shorter walk.

The Walt Disney Value Resort hotels all offer free bus transportation to the theme parks, water parks and Disney Springs. Disney’s famous bus fleet takes you to and from your desired Disney destinations at nearly all hours of the day. At each bus stop, you'll see a video screen featuring estimated bus arrival times for each park.

Pop Century and Art of Animation also have access to Disney's Skyliner transportation system from the resorts to either EPCOT or Hollywood Studios via a gondola lift. Both resorts share the Skyliner station. Buses only run to those two parks if the Skyliner goes down (which can occur because of weather). The Skyliner is a really fun way to travel around Disney World and is a huge perk for those two resorts.

The distances from each of the Walt Disney Value Resorts to each of the parks are fairly similar. There is, at most, a mile difference in hotel-to-park distances, except Disney’s Animal Kingdom, which is two miles closer to the Disney All-Star Resorts than Disney’s Pop Century or Disney’s Art of Animation Resorts.

Pools and Recreation

Guide to Disney World Value Resorts - All-Star Movies pool

Cool by the Pool —  Each Disney World hotel offers a pool for your water-time downtime (though none of the value resorts offer hot tubs or pool slides). Swimming is cool, but a great "plus” of the Walt Disney World Resort hotels is the cast member-hosted poolside activities offered nearly all day long at your resort hotel’s main pool area. Disney trivia, shirt tie-dying, sand art and more will keep your tadpoles hoppy while you get to sunbathe ... a win-win!

Movies Under the Stars — I can’t imagine a more frogtastic way to unwind after a day at the parks than with a Movie Under the Stars. Disney Value Resorts offer complimentary Disney movie screenings by the pools on most nights. Maybe you’ll get lucky and catch "The Princess and the Frog" during your stay!

Jogging Trail — My goodness, don’t we do enough hopping around as it is at Disney World? If you’ve got a little extra pep in your step, take a hike on the jogging trail at each one of the value resorts.

Arcade — The arcade is the perfect place to let my tadpoles play while I leap into the gift shop. They feature classic and new games to keep your tweens (or husbands) entertained!

Speaking of pools, starting in 2025, Disney Resort hotel guests can enjoy admission to Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Park or Disney's Blizzard Beach Water Park on their check-in day included with their stay.

Disney World Value Resort Dining and Shopping

Disney Value Resorts - Disney’s Art of Animation Resort — Sesame Chicken Stir Fry

Yum! Some of the best quick-service food on Disney property can be found in the food courts at the Walt Disney World Value Resorts. There are tons of options to satisfy the hunger of both you and your tadpoles. Adults can stop by the bar near the main pool at each hotel, as well. Our favorite would probably have to be The Landscape of Flavors food court at Art of Animation, which not only is larger and known for better offerings than the other value resorts but also is sectioned off by theme in the seating area, as well. I’m also a huge fan of Everything POP Shopping & Dining at Pop Century, which combines the food court and gift shop with a more open layout than the other Disney Value Resorts.

Disney World Value Resort - All Star Sports Shopping

Speaking of shopping, what’s neat about the Disney Value hotels' gift shops is that most of them have special souvenirs unique to each resort. My personal favorite is the Art of Animation wooden picture frame I got a couple of years ago! Another great thing about the on-site shop is that you can take souvenirs straight back to your room — they stock many of the same items as what you’ll find in the parks. Resort gift shops also have sundries such as medicine, swimming diapers, sunscreen, snacks and sodas.

How to Pick the Best Walt Disney World Value Resort for You

When choosing a hotel, it's important to factor in everything that affects your stay. These are things such as room size, distance to the parks, the convenience of navigating the hotel, food court variety and theming. You want the best value for your money, and that value often comes in the little things. Know that you’ve made a good decision by choosing any of these hotels! For a broader look at all of the Disney hotels, amenities and distance to key attractions, hop over to our Disney Hotel Comparison chart.

For the sports fan — Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort

Guide to Disney World Value Resorts - All-Star Sports

Disney’s All-Star Sports is one of the original value resorts. Sharing in the trend of oversized, colorful displays at the value resorts, this hotel features sky-high football helmets, tennis racquets, basketball hoops and more. Because the theming revolves around sports, there isn’t as much room for variety in décor as the other Disney Value Resorts. With that being said, it is the perfect option for your tadpole who may not be as sold on the fairytale Disney experience and needs some touchdowns and slam dunks to balance out the princesses.

As a frog who can’t get enough SportsCenter, this is Leap’s preferred value resort hotel. My frog family’s favorite part is finding the decorative flags featuring our favorite teams that line the buildings — and catching Donald playing tennis while his silly nephews are on the other side of the court playing baseball!

All-Star Sports features the Surfboard Bay pool. True to its name, this pond is donned with surfboards, waves and shark fins. While this is the primary resort pool with the bar and rec activities, the Grand Slam pool is our personal favorite! Located in a quieter area, this pool looks like a baseball diamond with Goofy throwing the first pitch at its center. Yeeeeer out! 

True for the trio of All-Star Resorts, Sports has nice, basic rooms adorned with plenty of stars and subtle hints at the resort’s overall theme. Rooms include two double beds, a TV, table and chairs, a dresser, a spot to hang clothes, a mini fridge, a coffee maker stocked with coffee and tea and a sink and a separate toilet and bath area.

While smaller than the standard rooms at the moderate or deluxe Resorts, All-Star Sports' hotel rooms make great use of space so your frog family won’t feel crowded. You’ll have a choice of Standard or Preferred rooms. The Preferred rooms are closer to the dining, shopping and transportation. They are often more convenient and are priced slightly more than Standard rooms. There is no difference in size between the two.

For the music lover — Disney’s All-Star Music Resort

Disney World Value Resort - All Star Music -Rock Inn

Whether or not you’re a musician, there’s no doubt you will enjoy Disney’s All-Star Music Resort. Our Disney car karaoke professional, Lily, can’t get enough of this place. (Guess how many times I've heard "We Don't Talk About Bruno" from "Encanto?" Whatever your guess is — it's not high enough.)

The different areas will blow you away with their detail — from the street signs and billboards in the Broadway portion, down to the farmhouse fencing and cactus-heavy landscaping in the country-themed section. There are also maracas, electric guitars, jukeboxes and drum sets over three stories high! You’ll find the Three Caballeros rocking out at the center of the guitar-shaped Calypso pool, or you can hop on over to the smaller and less-crowded Piano pool to cool off.

The rooms at Music share a similar look with those at Sports, but with nods to the music motif. All-Star Music also has the most affordable Family Suites at Disney World — perfect for growing families with older tadpoles who need their own space. The Family Suites can sleep up to six adults. Sleeping arrangements include one queen bed and two queen-size Murphy beds. In addition, the Family Suites offer a separate kitchenette area complete with a large refrigerator, microwave, sink, and a generous amount of storage and cabinet space.

You’re probably wondering why I didn’t touch on the food court at All-Star Sports … we’ll cover that here. The trio of All-Star Resorts (Sports, Music and Movies) all have very similar dining areas. The food courts are divided into sections depending on which type of cuisine you’re in the mood for, as well as desserts and a “Market” with bottled beverages and other portable snacks. These resorts earn their “All-Star” name with the quality of quick-service food offered — a different menu at each hotel. One item they have in common is the gelato … and we HIGHLY recommend the Nutella flavor.

For the classic Disney movie buff — Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort

Guide to Disney World Value Resorts - All-Star Movies

All-Star Movies is the most classically Disney-esque of the Disney World Value Resorts. We see All-Star Movies as the sweet spot for our family — there is the cool Mighty Ducks section for Tad, the adorable 101 Dalmatians area for Lily and the classic Fantasia buildings (complete with Sorcerer Mickey at the pool!) for my hubby and me. Not to mention, the Toy Story section of this resort makes you feel as though you are stepping straight into Andy’s room as you pose for pictures with Bo Peep, Buzz, Woody and the gang. Since Tad is our resident cinephile, this is his favorite of the All-Stars.

You can splash around either the Fantasia-themed pool or the secluded Duck Pond Pool. We recommend spending a mid-trip afternoon resting here while getting your vacay clothes clean at the nearby laundry facilities ... disguised as a Duck locker room!

Inside your resort room, you’ll find décor that features a film-strip banner along the wall featuring scenes from favorite Disney films. There are no Family Suites, but Standard or Preferred room options are available. Rooms have been refurbished with a more modern, space-efficient design in line with the similar Pop Century and All-Star Music updates.

Unlike the other All-Stars, the theming extends a little further to the food court, where you’ll find marquee lighting above you as you hop around picking out your favorite snack.

All-Star Movies is our favorite option of the All-Stars that captures the major Disney essence that's fun for the whole frog family. Check out our complete All-Star Movies guide for more details!

For the time traveler — Disney’s Pop Century Resort

Disney World Value Hotels - Pop Century Resort - 1960s area

Disney's Pop Century Resort is a fun destination for all ages. This Disney Value Hotel is sectioned off by decades, with each area dedicated to one between the '50s and '90s. Adults will marvel at the nostalgia, while young ones will be wowed by the lively colors and ginormous Play-Doh container, yo-yos and foosball set between buildings.

It is a really great conversation starter for some impromptu family bonding, as your tadpoles will ask what that giant green square is next to the computer pool (a floppy disk). A great "plus" of this location is that it connects via walking trail to Disney’s Art of Animation if you want to take a peek or hop over to its food court! (Pool hopping is not allowed.)

Aside from our number one pick, this is the only other Walt Disney Value Resort hotel with three pools instead of two. You can visit the main Hippy Dippy pool in the heart of the ‘60s section, complete with floral water jets ... or head to the bowling pin or computer-shaped pools. Each area has a million details to marvel at while you stretch your frog legs in the sun. As you walk around the property, stop and read the signs that highlight memorable moments in pop culture history.

Disney World Value Resort - Pop Century Refurbished Rooms

The Pop Century rooms have been upgraded with features such as under-bed luggage storage and some pop-art Mickey decor. Rooms come with the option of one king bed or one queen bed and one queen-size table bed (a neat fold-down Murphy bed). Room choices include Preferred Pool View and Standard Pool View, in addition to Standard and Preferred.

Disney's Pop Century Resort is a long-time fan favorite, and we can't help but agree. Hop over to our groovy Pop Century guide for more information!

For the modern Disney fanatic — Disney’s Art of Animation Resort

Disney World Value Resorts - Disney’s Art of Animation Resort — "Lion King" suite

Having opened in 2012, Art of Animation is by far the newest of the Disney World Value Hotels. This is reflected in the modern room fixtures, the immersive theming and the creative design. While All-Star Movies is more "classic Disney," Art of Animation will have your whole family leaping with joy when they see the modern Disney references. Check out our full guide for all the details!

Art of Animation is also a wonderful choice because of the well-appointed Family Suites. Three out of four sections of the hotel (Cars, Finding Nemo and The Lion King) are dedicated Family Suites. The Little Mermaid section offers Standard rooms only. The price of these good-sized Family Suites puts the room cost on the higher end of the “value” scale, yet, for large families or groups, they are perfect. (And for smaller travel parties, The Little Mermaid rooms hit that nice value price point, though they do book up quickly!)

Disney World Value Resorts - Disney’s Art of Animation Resort — "Cars" area

Similar to the other Disney World Value Resorts, Art of Animation has such immersive theming. Each one of the buildings features mesmerizing backdrops that transport you to where the respective films took place. In addition to finding enormous models of characters, you can take photos with endless film elements around every corner, such as a dinglehopper in The Little Mermaid area, the Finding Nemo seagulls chirping “MINE!” atop buildings, and a larger-than-life “elephant skeleton” being preyed on by evil hyenas in The Lion King portion. There's even ambient music piped in. We wish there was a PhotoPass photographer on-site just for these photo-ops alone! Truth be told, even when we aren't staying here, we often stop by to grab a Banana Cabana from The Drop Off bar and walk around to take it all in (and of course, snap some photos)!

Art of Animation has not one, not two, but THREE pools for you and your tadpoles to splash around in, and they are the most amazingly themed pools on property. The Big Blue Pool is the largest resort pool in Walt Disney World and features a splash area with a small playground. This is where the Drop Off bar is located, serving up delicious cocktails for all you mama and papa frogs out there — as well as some great smoothies for the little ones. For a more low-key option, head to either the Cozy Cone or Flippin’ Fins pools. If you’re making it a full pool day, the Cozy Cone pool offers cone-shaped cabanas that are free and available on a first-come, first-served basis. Dat-gum!

Theming makes its way into every detail of each room. Shower tiles feature movie backgrounds such as Ariel’s cavern of treasures. Colorful scenes cover the walls, and each room fixture has a nod to the film at hand — such as the "Car Wash" sign vanity in the Cars suites. At 277 square feet, these Standard rooms are larger than other Disney Value Hotels. The Family Suites offer three sleeping areas, two bathrooms and a kitchenette and sleep six. Note that the Standard rooms are priced higher than the other value hotels.

Well, that does it for our guide to Walt Disney World Value Resort hotels. What is your favorite Disney World Value Resort? Do you have any questions about the Walt Disney World Value Resort hotels? Let us know in the comments below!

Related: Frog Family's Top Pools at Disney World 

Related: Which Walt Disney World Moderate Hotel Is Right For You?

Hoppy planning!

Keep hopping, Mommy Frog!
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Jul 19, 2022 at 8:26 p.m. Sue Says...


You have the Hippy Dippy Pool located in the 70s section of Pop Century, but it's in the 60s section.

Jul 19, 2022 at 4:20 p.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Sue!

Oh no! We've made the correction - thanks for letting us know! :)

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

Jun 8, 2022 at 7:08 p.m. RD Says...

which hotel is closest to the bus loop to get to the parks? thank you!

Jun 17, 2022 at 8:14 a.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi RD!

Each value resort hotel has its own bus stop. The All-Stars tend to share a bus during slower periods (such as midday), but generally, you won't be sharing buses in the morning and evening during peak transportation times.

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

Nov 4, 2021 at 11:56 p.m. William Winch Says...

Art of Animation is great for families of more than 4. But I prefer Pop Century as my #1 Choice!

Nov 5, 2021 at 9:35 a.m. FrogBlog Says...

Thanks for hopping by and sharing, William! We love the Pop, even though Art of Animation gets the edge for us :) It's always nice that they're close to each other so we can just walk around and explore both.

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

Oct 26, 2021 at 4:36 p.m. Katrina Says...

Planning a trip for 2 adults and 4 kids (7,8,12 &13). Is the murphy bed and sleeper sofa in AoA suites each big enough to sleep 2 tweens comfortably. Or should I consider 2 rooms at Pop Century?

Oct 27, 2021 at 8:35 a.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Katrina!

The Murphy bed and sleeper sofa are double size (about 54 in. wide x 75 in. long), so both would likely fit two preteens but it may be a snug fit. If you'd prefer comfort over the convenience of only have one room, then we'd consider two rooms at Pop Century. But if you're not planning to be in the room other than to sleep anyway, then the suite should be fine!

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

Oct 5, 2021 at 2:33 p.m. Desiree Says...

Is the bus lines for the parks larger at Pop Century than at All Star Music? I am trying to understand if they have the same amount of buses for each resort, and then if thats true since Pop century is bigger , maybe waiting for a bus might take more?


Jun 22, 2021 at 1:07 p.m. Jenny Says...


Im looking at these options and when I enter 3 kids it jumps my options to suites. Can I get a regular room for a family of 5? Youngest is 5 but the accomodations would be enough for us. Can I book a regular room even with a fee for a 3rd kid maybe?

Jun 22, 2021 at 8:40 a.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Jenny!

You sure can - like you mentioned, there may be a small fee for an additional child in the room, but booking for five people in a room should not be an issue.

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

Oct 2, 2020 at 12:08 a.m. Darlene Powell Says...

My family State at art of animation in 2019. We originally booked the standard rooms which were cheaper but after getting to the resort we found them very inconvenient to the lobby and the pool with children. So we upgraded to the family suites which were much more convenient. They cost a little more but they saved us a lot of time and headache.

Apr 20, 2020 at 8:02 p.m. Joe Says...

What's the price of a standard room at Animation? We see the $403 price, but assume that's for the suites.

Apr 20, 2020 at 4:17 p.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Joe!

The Little Mermaid rooms are the standard rooms at Art of Animation - they are generally about $215 a night. You can see all of the details here.

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

Apr 20, 2020 at 6:47 p.m. Andrea Says...

We stayed at All-Star Sports in 2009 and again in 2018. On our second visit I found both the rooms and outside areas to be a bit shop worn. I hope that this has been addressed. All cast members were all unfailingly kind and friendly.

Apr 20, 2020 at 4:18 p.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Andrea!

Thank you so much for sharing with us! Others in the Frog Pond, what have you thought about All-Star Sports lately? We agree, Andrea - we love those cast members! :)

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

Apr 20, 2020 at 4 p.m. Nate Says...

You have in POP this line "Rooms come with the option for one king bed or one queen bed and one queen-size table bed (a neat fold-down Murphy-type bed)." - The Undercover Tourist site only lists double beds. Are there still double beds on this resort? No way to get queen beds through the website?

Apr 20, 2020 at 1:37 p.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Nate!

After recent renovations, all of the double beds at Pop have been upgraded to Queens - so you'll have the option to book either a King bed, or a Queen bed with a separate Queen-sized pull down. You should see this updated on Pop's page on our site shortly :) Let us know if we can help with any other questions!

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

Apr 20, 2020 at 3:18 p.m. Sunny E. Young Says...

is parking still free for DVC members? and what about those with handicap sticker?

Apr 20, 2020 at 1:11 p.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Sunny!

That's correct - DVC Members will not be charged for standard overnight self-parking when staying in a Disney Vacation Club Deluxe Villa at Walt Disney World Resort. DVC Members also will not be charged to park when using Reservation Points to stay at a Walt Disney World Resort hotel. A DVC Member who chooses not to use Reservation Points for their stay at a Walt Disney World Resort hotel in an accommodation other than a DVC Deluxe Villa will be charged for standard overnight self-parking. Disney Vacation Club Members who wish to shop, dine or enjoy activities for the day at a Disney Resort hotel are not subject to the overnight self-parking fee. Charges for valet parking will still apply. Hope this helps!

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

May 22, 2019 at 8:50 p.m. sue Says...

is there a place to view the menus for all star movie resort?

May 23, 2019 at 7:59 a.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Sue!

There sure is! Each of the All-Star's individual resort pages on the Disney site have a link to dining; once you click on the Food Court, it'll take you to a new page with a "Menu" icon so that you can see the offerings. You can find All-Star Sports' menu here.

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

May 22, 2019 at 8:45 p.m. su Says...

Do any of the value resorts have a character breakfast? or dining with characters?

May 23, 2019 at 7:57 a.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Su!

No, unfortunately the Value Resorts all have a food court, but no table service dining available (including character dining).

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

Mar 14, 2019 at 1:31 a.m. Edward Kear III Says...

As of March 2018 parking is no longer free at any of Disney's hotels. It's $13 per day at the value hotels.

Still free at Fort Wilderness campground.

Mar 14, 2019 at 8:06 a.m. FrogBlog Says...

Thanks Edward - we appreciate the catch! We've corrected this.

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

Mar 13, 2019 at 7:27 p.m. Esma Says...

Does all the resorts have the movies outside or is it just the all stars resorts? we're planning on the pop century since we have 2 little boys, but are wondering about the food, is there buffets in the morning? how are the restaurants there? thanks for your very interesting article!

Nov 4, 2021 at 11:58 p.m. Bill Winch Says...

I have stayed there many times (my favorite) and they always have had outdoor movies. And the food is fine.

Mar 13, 2019 at 3:41 p.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Esma!

All Walt Disney World Resort hotels have movies under the stars (yay!) Upon checking in, ask for a recreation schedule for details. Pop Century offers a food court for all meals of the day, including breakfast. You can find the menu here.

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

Mar 6, 2019 at 5:53 a.m. Harry Cohen Says...

Doe any of the value resorts (I suppose most likely the Sports Hotel) have tennis courts for guest use? And if you stay in one value resort, can you use the amenities of the others?

Mar 6, 2019 at 9:22 a.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Harry!

None of the value resorts have tennis courts, unfortunately, and amenities are reserved for resort guests only (hopping is frowned upon, and some amenities require your MagicBand for use). However, it may be worth giving resorts a call and seeing what they have available since you'll still be on Disney property (several resorts offer lesson times). Here is a complete list of the resorts with tennis courts available for resort guests.

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

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