It was announced today Disney World Resort will delay the reopening of the Disney All Star Resort and it will continue to remain closed indefinitely. The Sports Resort was originally scheduled to re-open on December 9th, 2021 as part of the phasing project of the three all star resorts at Disney World, this means that most likely the park will stay closed through the remainder of 2021. The resort also mentioned that it will take this opportunity with the delay to refresh the All Star Sports Resort located in Orlando, Florida although more details about what this entails were not provided.
As the U.S. begins to ease restrictions for international travel, travel to Florida and the Orlando area will most likely increase in popularity. In better Disney news, although the Disney All Star Sports Resort will remain closed Disney World celebrated the grand opening of the long awaited Space 220 Restaurant at Disney’s Epcot Center.
Walt Disney World Resort currently continues to have three of its on-site resorts closed. 2 of Disney’s Port Orleans Resorts, both the Riverside Resort and the French Quarter Resort continue to remain closed alonside the Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort.
You may read the statement from Disney regarding the delay below:
“At this time, Disney’s All-Star Sports Resort will remain closed while we take the opportunity to refresh the Sports theme area, and we look forward to sharing a new reopening date for rooms in the Sports theme at a later time.”
“Guests with upcoming reservations will receive communication via email and will be instructed to reach out to their Travel Professional to modify their stay, at no additional charge. This modification will have no impact to other vacation experiences that may be booked, such as Theme Park reservations or dining.”