• On May 24, 2017
    Sean from ON Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    What is the different between the Music, Sport and Movie resort I under stand they all share the same bus between the 3 of them, can you tell me which 1 the bus stops at first. Thanks

    Hello Sean! Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    When planning a Walt Disney World Resort vacation, I find the benefits to staying at a Value Resort like Disney's All-Star Resorts far outweigh the perceived "value" of staying off property. My favorite benefit to staying on property is the complimentary Walt Disney World Resort Transportation.

    During non-peak hours, Resort Transportation does indeed share buses between Disney's All-Star Resort Hotels. In my experience, the order for the buses starts at Disney's All-Star Sports Resort, then to Disney's All-Star Music Resort and finally, to Disney's All-Star Movies Resort.

    During Peak hours, such as at Theme Park openings and closings, Walt Disney World Resort will often use dedicated buses for Resort Transportation which obviously takes you directly from Theme Park to your individual Resort Hotel.

    One of the main features of Disney's Pop Century Resort and Disney's Art of Animation Resort for my family is that while still considered Value Resorts, they have dedicated bus routes to Theme Parks, Disney Springs and Water Parks. In fact, Disney's Pop Century Resort is often comparable in nightly rate to Disney's All-Star Resorts and also has the delightful Everything Pop Shopping and Dining food court area.

    Have a Magical Trip!

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Hello, I’m Todd – fun dad to two super kids, a beautiful princess and adventurous pirate, and husband to a loving wife. By day, I work as a storyteller and high school teacher, where I help others find their own stories through the magic of the Walt Disney World Resort!

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