While I haven't stayed at All-Stars or Port Orleans. Or at least I did when it was Dixie Landings, I have stayed at Fort Wilderness cabins.
And I have to say, it is BY FAR my all-time favorite choice of accomadation.
I helped with Illuminations cruises now here's my 2 cents more lol.
The following was lovingly ripped from http://allearsnet.com/acc/faq_fw.htm
Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground opened in November 1971. The resort has 788 mostly shaded campsites and 407 air-conditioned Wilderness Cabins residing on more than 700 acres of lush vegetation and surrounded by pine and cypress trees. It is not unusual to see wildlife such as rabbits, deer, armadillos, ducks, geese, and pea****s roaming the grounds.Below are the more frequently asked questions concerning this fabulous resort.
How do I get to Fort Wilderness (FW)?
Take exit 64B from I-4 to World Drive. Follow the signs to the MK main entrance/toll booth and get in the right guest lane. Tell the attendant you are staying at FW and/or show them your reservation. They will wave you through. Following the FW signs, you will take the first right turn onto Vista Blvd. The FW resort entrance will be on the left.Here is Disney's color map of Fort Wilderness Campground and Resort (187K jpg image).
What are Fort Wilderness rates?
2006 CABIN RATES VALUE
1/1-2/15; 7/5-10/4; 11/26-12/19
Wilderness Cabin $239---$279$319$349
Rates do not include room tax. There is a $2/day per adult charge for more than two adults on campsites and $5/day per adult for more than 2 adults in a Cabin.
There is a $5/night charge for each cot.
There is a $30/night rental fee for a tent.
What are the Fort Wilderness Cabins like?
The 407 Wilderness Cabins (WC) are about 12' x 42'. There is a wood deck outside, with a picnic table and a charcoal grill. Inside, the cabins are laid out as follows: starting at one end: bedroom with with double bed, bunk beds, a nightstand, a chest of drawers, separate vanity with wall-mounted hairdryer, closet space; full bathroom with tub/shower; hall closet; full kitchen with amenities listed below; living area with color television and a VCR, a dining table that seats six, sofa, kids table and two chairs, pull-down Murphy bed, window seats, telephone, locked cabinet (safe).
full-size refrigerator with icemaker
1 4-cup coffee maker (with 1 filter-pack of coffee)
1 10 cup coffee maker (stored in cupboard)
flatware for 6: forks, salad forks, teaspoons, soups spoons, knives and steak knives
dinnerware for 6: mugs, cereal bowls, dinner plates, dessert plates
6 handled mason jar glasses
1 serving spoon
1 glass measuring cup
1 2 qt. pitcher
1 2 qt. casserole with lid
1 glass baking dish
1 oval platter
manual can opener
1 12" skillet
1 1 qt. saucepan with lid
1 2 qt. saucepan with lid
Dutch oven with lid
4 cloth dish towels
fire extinguisher (under sink)
packets of dishwasher soap
liquid dish soap
paper towels (under sink)
trash bags (under sink)
NOT INCLUDED are salt, pepper, sugar (or sweetener), coffee, coffee filters, or small drinking glasses for the bathroom.
wall-mounted hair dryer
2 extra pillows
portable crib with sheet
The Cabins also have "enhanced wilderness theming," which includes furniture that appears to be roughhewn from branches and a log cabin-like veneer exterior. Also, all Cabins come equipped with bunk beds in the bedroom, in addition to the double bed, and therefore, will all sleep 6 persons. There are 13 Wilderness Cabins that are set up to be handicapped-accessible, all located on Loop 2800. Interior and exterior photos of the Cabins are located in the FW Photo Gallery.