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  • On Apr 29, 2018
    Christy from NC Asked

    Doing a split stay between Pop Century and All-Star Music and I was wondering where are the standard rooms located at the Pop Century and where are the family suites located at All-Star Music? Thanks.

    Hello Christy!

    Welcome back!  Your visit is just a few weeks away.  Are you bouncing around your house like Tigger with excitement?   I hope you make many magical memories on your trip.

    Disney's Pop Century Resort is one of my favorites.  The newly remodeled rooms are so lovely and offer plenty of space to store luggage.   Standard rooms can be found in almost every building at the Resort.  Generally the rooms closest to Classic Hall and the main Hippy Dippy Pool are considered preferred.  My favorite standard sections to stay in are either the 90s for the proximity to the bus depot or the 50s for it's proximity to Classic Hall.   You can't go wrong with any standard room though.

    Family Suites at Disney's All-Star Music Resort are awesome.   My family of five loves them because they give us room to spread out.  Two bathrooms also helps when we are all trying to get ready in the morning.  Family Suites can be found in the Calypso and Jazz buildings of the Resort.  Both of these buildings are very close to Melody Hall, the main check in area.

    I hope this has helped.  Please stop by again with any other questions you may have.  You know we always love to be of assistance.

    Dream as Dreamers Do,

    Jen
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