Walt Disney World Resort has a new rule in place that is mandatory for all Guests.
While visiting “The Most Magical Place on Earth,” Disney World Guests are treated to all kinds of magic and entertainment that simply can’t be experienced elsewhere. No matter if you’re visiting Magic Kingdom Park, EPCOT, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, or Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park, you’re sure to have a magical time experiencing some of your favorite attractions, parades, snacks, and offerings.
When the day comes to an end, Disney Park fans know all about boarding transportation and making the way back to their favorite Disney Resort. With your feet tired and heart full, there’s nothing else to do than relax on the ride back to the hotel and then make your way back to your room, ready to do it again the next day. Disney Guests staying on-site can use Disney Transportation such as Skyliner, Buses, Ferry, and Monorail to get from one spot to the other.
However, if you’re visiting one particular Disney Resort, you need to be aware of major changes that are making their way to the area. Disney’s All-Star Music Resort now has signs around the area reminding Guests about “quiet hours,” which are between 11:00 p.m. and 8:00 a.m.
“Hey there, Musicians! We hope that you are enjoying your stay! Please remember that quiet hours are between 11:00 p.m. and 8:00 a.m.,” the signs read.
The All-Star Resorts are considered “Value Resorts” at Walt Disney World Resort. These Resorts oftentimes bring in groups, like cheer groups and marching bands, who are at Disney World for certain events.
Disney’s All-Star Music Resort pays homage to some of the world’s most popular music genres, including country, jazz, rock ‘n’ roll, calypso, and Broadway-style show tunes. Large-sized, music-inspired icons outside and subtle song-and-dance surprises inside provide a harmonious setting for music lovers of all ages.