One of the value resorts at Walt Disney World has flooded, and some Guests do not have running water as a result.
Floods at Disney World
Disney’s BoardWalk Resort flooded back in February when a pipe burst and left 2 inches of water in certain rooms and in the main areas. Emergency crews were on scene to assist in that situation.
Fans were set up throughout the resort, and plastic tarp covered the damaged areas. You can see more photos of the damage HERE.
Now, Disney’s All-Star Movies is experiencing a similar issue. Late last night, March 23, Guests reported on social media that their rooms had flooded.
The All-Star Movies hotel reopened on March 22. It has been closed since the beginning of the pandemic when Disney shut down last March.
After a month-long delay, it finally reopened yesterday, and it is already experiencing some trouble. If you’re curious about what all there is to do right now at All-Star Movies, check out our post HERE.
All-Star Movies Flood
According to reports, some of the rooms in the Fantasia section of the resort were affected by the flood, and Disney turned off the water in those rooms. Specifically, some Guests in building 5 had no water, while other Guests in that building were not experiencing any issues.
Take a look at the map of All-Star movies, which will give you an idea of where the flood occurred.
Fantasia is the building close the feature pool. The affected rooms are in Building 5, which is just above the pool area in the map.
Disney has not commented on the situation, but a burst pipe is reportedly the cause of the flooding. By 1:30 am, crews were still on scene fixing the issue.