On our last trip to Walt Disney World we spent one night at Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort. Our room was located in the surfing section of the resort so it was very close to the main building.
The room layout is similar to the accessible room at Disney’s Pop Century Resort. Our room had a king bed with plenty of space on either side. There are also bedside tables on both sides of the bed, which as something I missed in the Little Mermaid rooms at the Art of Animation Resort.
The dresser/ television stand was easy to use and I could get to all of the drawers easily. This is also where you will find the refrigerator in the room. There is also an enough space between it and the bed to move easily through the room.
For some reason, our room had a second refrigerator on the other side of the room next to the table. I have no idea if this something in all of the accessible rooms or if had put in the room as a request and was never moved.The closet has a self that was easy for me to reach. The safe is in a location where it is easy to use as is the iron and ironing board.The sink is separate from the rest of the bathroom and was easily to roll under. It is a feature in the value resorts that I really like. It allows both of us to get ready in the mornings so we can make rope drop at the parks.Our room had a roll in shower. The bench was easy to transfer onto and there were bars to use. I had to get Drew to lower the shower head so I could use it so if you are visiting alone make sure it is where you can use beforehand.Overall we enjoyed our stay at the All-Star Sports Resort. The layout of the room is great and there was plenty of space for me to maneuver around in my wheelchair. The Cast Members at the resort were also really helpful and I wouldn’t hesitate to stay here again.