The Pools at Disney’s All-Star Music Resort

Disney’s All-Star Music Resort has two pools for guests to enjoy during their stay. The feature pool is called the Calypso Pool and features Disney characters from The Three Caballeros, including Donald Duck.

Additionally, there’s a second quiet pool called the Piano Pool. This pool is located toward the back of the resort, near the Country Fair section.

In this article, we’ll look at both of the pools at Disney’s All-Star Music Resort. Whether you’re looking for somewhere fun for your little ones to splash around or just need a break from the parks, these pools provide a great place to relax during your vacation.

All of the All-Star Resorts are laid out the same. The only difference you’ll find is the theming. Naturally, All-Star Music has an emphasis on music.

When you walk out the back entrance of the lobby, the resort’s feature pool is straight ahead of you. If you want to get your bearings, you can preview the resort map here.

The Calypso Pool is typically open from 10:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m. However, those hours might be reduced during cooler weather or lower crowd times.

Disney does heat their pools to a minimum of 82 degrees. Occasionally, pools can close when temperatures are low. However, that is not very often. The resort has a nice playground if you need a place to let your children burn off a little steam.

Related: Playground at All-Star Music

In the middle of the Calypso Pool sits a water fountain featuring The Three Caballeros.

Surrounding the pool is the Calypso section of the resort. These are considered preferred rooms due to their proximity to the front of the resort and amenities.

The pool is shaped like a guitar.

The handle portion on the opposite end is relatively shallow at three feet deep. It’s around five feet deep, at the most, on one side of the island fountain.

Directly behind this edge of the pool is a small kiddie pool.

Additionally, there are several table games available.

While the pool at All-Star Music doesn’t have a water slide, it still offers a fun place to hang out. Plenty of lounge chairs are available for guests, and the Singing Spirits pool bar is nearby.

Related: Disney Resorts with Water Slides

Cast members are out at this pool in the afternoons. They’ll provide a variety of activities and play several games with guests. They do an excellent job at getting children to participate. I have found over the years, with most children, that the days at the pool tend to be the highlight of the trip.

Additionally, there is a laundry room on the front side of the pool. And Movies Under the Stars are held at the Calypso Pool several times per week.

Related: Laundry at Disney’s All-Star Music

After you walk through the Jazz Inn section of the resort, you’ll run directly into the Piano Pool.

Cute musical notes are stamped on the concrete around the pool.

This pool is shaped like a baby grand piano. One side of the pool features tiles designed to look like black and white piano keys.

Ariel, Sebastian, and Flounder add a touch of Disney theming to the area.

This leisure pool will likely be less crowded than the feature pool.

However, there won’t be a pool bar or counter service dining nearby.

They did have a table-top tennis game available.

Life jackets are available at both of All-Star Music’s pools.

Additionally, the other laundry room at All-Star Music is located at the Piano Pool.

For more information on staying at this resort, you can view all our articles here. Or you might enjoy some of our other value resort reviews:

So, what do you think about the pools at All-Star Music? Leave a comment below and share your thoughts.

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