Walt Disney World, Orlando, Florida, January 31st 2007: Sunset at the EntranceWe recently took a delivery to the All-Star Sports Resort in Disney World in Orlando, FL! This hotel and resort pays homage to competitive sports like baseball, basketball, football, surfing, and tennis. 

We were excited to add this fun client to our list of delivery stops. The hotel features sports-themed pools and dining, plus, this is the resort that recently added cookie dough to the dessert menu! 

Edible cookie dough certainly goes far with us, but we wanted to share some of our other favorite things about All-Star Sports Resort.

Our Favorite Things About All-Star 

Between time spent exploring the parks, guests can hang out at the Surfboard Bay Pool, a 242,471-gallon pool that makes you feel like you’re at the beach! It features large, 3-story surfboards, a kiddie pool for the little ones, and for the grown-ups, Grandstand Spirits Pool Bar. If baseball is more your speed, head to the Grand Slam Pool, which is shaped like a baseball diamond with a Goofy fountain standing on the pitcher’s mound. 

Other things to do at the resort include a one-mile jogging trail, playground, and an arcade.

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