• On Dec 17, 2018
    Sammie-jo from NY Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    I am looking to plan a trip with grown children. Wondering about conjoined rooms at the all sport resort, do they have them?

    Hello Sammie-Jo! Welcome to the Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    When planning a trip for a larger group or requesting multiple staterooms for a Walt Disney World Resort vacation, the more is definitely the merrier. I have found that in utilizing My Disney Experience and the planning tools available, Walt Disney World Resort vacations are easier to plan than any other vacation.

    One of the most pressing requests from Guests requiring multiple rooms staying at Disney's All-Star Sports Resort is for connecting rooms. The good news is that Disney's All-Star Sports Resort has many staterooms that connect through an internal door.

    You should make a request for connecting rooms when you use the Online Resort Check-In Service up to 60 days in advance of your vacation or by contacting Guest Services at Disney's All-Star Sports Resort at (407)939-5000 a couple of days before you arrive. While Cast Members are not able to guarantee that you will receive connecting rooms due to a variety of factors, you are much more likely to receive connecting rooms when you utilize both tools for your request.

    When I have used the process listed above, I have frequently received the exact type and location for my Resort Hotel room that I requested. In addition, you can always speak with a Cast Member during your stay to inquire about making any modifications to your reservations.

    Have a Magical Stay!

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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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