- Dec 8, 2000
1701 West Buena Vista Drive
Lake Buena Vista, FL
Check In: 4:00pm Check Out: 11:00am
Number of Rooms: 1920
Maximum persons per Disney all star resort room:
4 (plus a child under the age of 3 in a crib)
Total Number of rooms: 1920
Room size: 260 Sq. Ft.
Preferred rooms are in the Surf's Up and Touchdown buildings.
96 king bed rooms, 50% are handicapped accessible
960 connecting rooms
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The two pools at Disney's All Star Sports Resort are surfing and baseball themed. The main pool, Surfboard Bay pool, is located behind the Stadium Hall (the resort's central area). Giant shark fins, surfboards and waves circle the pool area. Lifeguards are on duty from 10am-10pm. Pool hours are from 8am to 12am. Pools are considered 'quiet areas' from 10pm to midnight. There is also a children's wading pool here. The Grand Slam pool is the quiet pool and is located in front of the Home Run hotel. It is shaped like a baseball diamond with an "outfield" sundeck and a water-sprinkling Goofy pitching from the center of the pool.
While there is no sit down restaurant here, there is the End Zone Food Court that seats 550 people. Decorated with football and surfing scenes, giant sports figures are found atop the red, green and blue dining booths. Pizza, pasta, barbecue ribs, fruit, sandwiches, hamburgers, rotisserie chicken, baked goods, kids' favorites such as macaroni and cheese and chicken fingers, and "Blue Plate" specials are the featured fare here. Hours are usually 6 a.m. to midnight. Room service is limited to pizza, salads, soft drinks, and beer and this may be ordered from 5 p.m. to midnight. Also, you can purchase a refillable mug at the End Zone food court.
Here is a link with the menu and prices for the foodcourt and bar at All Star Sports.
End Zone Food Court: https://www.wdwinfo.com/wdwinfo/dining/diningdetail.cfm?Restaurant.ID=345
Grandstand Spirits: https://www.wdwinfo.com/wdwinfo/dining/diningdetail.cfm?restaurant.id=348
Valet Service Cleaning
Laundry facilities --- http://www.laundryview.com/disneyworld/
Express Check Out
Refillable Mugs for sale
Luggage Service (runs on hourly drop-off system)
Sport Goofy Gift and Sundries shop
Team Spirits Poolside bar
Wi-Fi is available in all Guest rooms and select public spaces
Opened April 29, 1994
Covers 90 acres of property
Surfboard Bay pool holds 242,471 gallons of water while the Grand Slam pool holds 119,590 gallons
The silver star by the Surfboard Bay pool is 46 feet high and weighs over 33,000 pounds
HOME RUN HOTEL
-It would take over 20 million cans of Coca-Cola to fill one of the large Coke cups - that's equal to all of the water in Typhoon Lagoon's wave pool!
-It would take ten of those large Coke cups to fill Spaceship Earth at Epcot.
-Each of the large baseball bats is longer than a Walt Disney World bus.
-If a football player were to wear one of the large football helmets, he would have to be over 200 feet tall - that's taller than the Tower of Terror.
-The two whistles are 60 feet long and 20 feet high. The pea inside the whistle is 9 feet in diameter.
-If a person were large enough to blow one of those whistles, it could be heard from as far away as Tampa, Florida.
-The 45-foot megaphone is as long as the engine on the locomotive that circles the Magic Kingdom.
-There are over 70 basketballs hanging from the sides of the buildings.
-In keeping with Disney’s eye for detail in theming, the palm trees are arranged to look like a basketball team at tip-off.
-It would take 9,474,609 tennis balls to fill one of the large tennis ball cans - that's enough tennis balls to stretch from Walt Disney World to Key West!
-The judge's chair stands over 4 stories high.
-The 51-foot tennis racquet is so large that it could almost cover an entire tennis court.
-The tennis balls attached to the balconies are almost 5 feet in diameter.
-The two shark fins are 38 feet high. The Great White Sharks belonging to those fins would have to be 300 feet long.
-It would take 6 surfer dudes standing on each other's shoulders to carry the giant surfboards.
Official All Star Sports Webpage:
ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex Event Calendar