Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort Reopens, Marking First Time All Resorts Are Open at Walt Disney World Since 2020

Put us in, coach! Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort has officially reopened today at Walt Disney World for the first time in two years, since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.

This marks the last and final resort at Walt Disney World to reopen after the COVID-19 closures.

Come along with us as we take a tour around the resort.


The main entrance is still studded with plenty of stars.


Inside the lobby, Cast Members were waiting to welcome back guests, with a few small touches to note the reopening.

Colorful sports-themed balloons were tied to the check-in desks.

Over by the television area where younger guests can be entertained, a banner featuring Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, and Goofy dressed as football players note the reopening.

Otherwise, the lobby seems to look relatively the same as it did prior to its closure.

End Zone Food Court

The food court was also mostly up and running, with one display being covered.

Pool Area


Over at the Touchdown! block of rooms, one of the football wraps that covers the staircase was missing.

The opposite wrap was in place, suggesting a minor refurbishment is being undertaken.

Another part of the building seems to be closed off to guests, as construction equipment is already on-site.

Surf’s Up!

The waves are radical over at Surf’s Up!, which looks as spiffy as ever.

The “Surf’s Up” Bath House houses the guest laundry.

Hoops Hotel

While things seem to be quiet right now, the gigantic whistles of the Hoops Hotel signal the fun has tipped off!

Center Court

Meanwhile, Huey, Dewey, and Louie serve up a nice photo opportunity at Center Court.

Homerun Hotel

The yard markers of Touchdown! lead guests on a long drive to the deep center field of the Grand Slam Pool at Homerun Hotel.

With baseball’s opening day just a few days away, guests can get in a little spring training of their own with some aquatic workouts!

Meanwhile, the room buildings look like they’re in good shape!

A lifeguard was present, which means the pool was open to guests!

A schedule of activities was posted, which included a campfire, crafts in the lobby, and an outdoor screening of “High School Musical.”

Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort is one of the three All-Star hotels at Walt Disney World. All-Star Sports salutes the world of competitive sports, including baseball, basketball, football, surfing and tennis.

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  1. Just stayed a week at the All Star Sports. Although I wasn’t too enthusiastic about going there, it turns out we had an incredible time. The staff was wonderful, and went out of their way to help us out on more than one occasion. I’m not a sports fan, but the theming was enjoyable, and even had a bit of nostalgia for the “old days” of the sports, when they seemed more “pure.” I never had to wait more than 5 minutes for a bus, but that could just be my own good fortune. They were still doing some work on the place, but it was all clean and didn’t seem “incomplete” in any way.

  2. Hi from Brazil!
    Any updates on when will the rooms be renovated and look like the news ones on Movies and Sports?

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