PHOTOS: Disney’s All-Star Music Resort Reopens with Remodeled Lobby

Right on cue, Disney’s All-Star Music Resort has reopened to guests. And during the year-and-a-half long closure, it seems they’ve taken some time to “remaster” the lobby with a slightly new look.


Fittingly, guests walk the red carpet to check into the resort.


The focus of the remodel seems to have been put on the check-in desk on the right side of the lobby. Instead of being one long desk that spanned the whole area, smaller, distanced desks are now being used.


In keeping with Walt Disney World’s COVID-19 protocols, plexiglass safety barriers have been installed to help protect guests and Cast Members.


They’ve been designed to have a wood grain appearance, with the metal corners giving it just a slight resemblance to the trunks many touring musicians use.


As before, the base of the desks has a sheet music motif. Can you name the tune being displayed?


Over on the left side of the lobby, the old desk is still being used, albeit with plexiglass dividers.

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