Disney’s All-Star Movies is the quintessential Disney Value resort. For this reason most people find its offerings to be a fair deal for the cost to stay here. It is not the most luxurious of Disney hotels by any means, but you will get what you need for a fair price. In this review I first want to lay out everything that this resort has to offer. There are many things that the resort does and doesn’t offer that could make or break your decision to stay here. However, if you’ve looked into or stayed at an All-Star resort before, there will be no surprises here. Finally I’m going to give my take on the things I love about this resort, as well as the things that drive me crazy.
Nine Dragons is the table service restaurant at Epcot’s China Pavilion. After so many years of marching to another pavilion and neglecting to eat here, Katie and I finally decided to see what it had to offer. To be completely honest, our experience was slightly underwhelming.
Disney’s Art of Animation is a bit of a mixed bag (of good things!) relative to the other resorts. Of the Value resorts, it is priced the highest to the point where I barely consider it a Value resort at all. Depending on your needs, your perceptions of the value (no pun intended) for what the resort offers may vary. In this review, I’ll discuss the various room types and features Art of Animation has to offer, as well as my personal take on whether it’s worth it. I’m also constantly going to compare it with the other Value Resorts, if only because it is by far the most unique in the category.
It seems absurd. To go on vacation, a Disney vacation, with the intentions of actually watching one’s weight? To me that’s a sin. But what if there was a way to shed those pounds without ever confronting the hardships of an ordinary diet?