After a year of being closed, and a delayed opening date, Disney’s All-Star Movies Resort has reopened at Walt Disney World.
We were at the resort in the early morning hours to see its new physical distancing and safety guidelines.
Physical distancing markers lead up to the resort’s bus stops.
Familiar health and safety reminders were at the lobby’s front doors.
In the lobby, Plexiglass dividers are abundant. This kiosk was not in use but had a divider on it.
There are dividers at each station of the check-in counter.
Guests are encouraged to utilize the Online Check-In Service so they do not need to visit the counter.
By the Fantasia Pool, the recreational activities schedule still has many standard events upcoming, including Movie Under the Stars.
Mickey can still be found directed water at the Fantasia Pool.
Though a little bit difficult to read on the popcorn walls, physical distancing reminders and more can be found throughout the resort.
And of course there’s hand sanitizer available.
Though standard character meet-and-greets are not currently available at Walt Disney World, guests can take their pictures with Donald and Daisy right here at All-Star Movies.
It was nice to see Herbie in the winner’s circle again.
The Movies Playground is still open, but guests should be aware of physical distancing.
There’s hand sanitizer available at the playground.
Giant Mickey checkers is still available.
A-frame signs with mask reminders are also found throughout the resort.
All-Star Movies is full of cool, large-scale versions of characters and items from classic Disney films.
This section is themed to Toy Story, and giant versions of Buzz and Woody are on either side of an equally giant door.
Bo Peep and Rex also pose nearby.
Benches have stickers marking parts of them as available or unavailable. These stickers usually only appear in Cast Member areas backstage.
Movie Under the Stars will take place at The Reel Spot, which was open for guests to enter during the day.
Silver Screen Spirits was not open this morning, but it was ready with physical distancing markers and Plexiglass.
We swung through the One Hundred and One Dalmatians section, where Pongo and Perdita tower over guests.
Lucky is a bit more life size in front of this TV photo-op.
The resort’s gift shop is Donald’s Double Feature.
Of course the store also had Plexiglass dividers and physical distancing markers, though it wasn’t very busy today.
The pressed coin machines still feature 2020 designs.
The World Premiere Food Court wasn’t very busy this morning.
As with most counter-service restaurants, guests should mobile order instead of approaching the register.
Posters for new and upcoming Disney films block the kitchen area, and tables are set up for mobile order pick up.
Plexiglass dividers have been installed between booths.
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