The dream to go to Disneyland is now bigger than ever, after the park announced an insanely swanky new "entertainment and dining experience" to go alongside The Disneyland Dream Suite in New Orleans Square: 21 Royal.
As any obsessive probably already knows, Walt Disney built the New Orleans Square part of the park in the 1960s as a place to entertain various VIPs that came to Disneyland.
And while you might have thought Club 33, The Castle, or The Tiki Juice Bar was the ultimate place to be, Disneyland just announced 21 Royal as an incredible new private function space.
It's the most exclusive area of the whole
As the website explains, guests will be treated to a tour around the themed rooms (New Orleans Square and fairytale themed), the bedrooms (themed for Frontierland and Adventureland, with a dressing area reminiscent of Main Street USA), and two balconies — one of which overlooks the Rivers of America.
What's more, there will be cocktails, a "fascinating tale told through fine food and drink," gold-plated dinnerware and a "grand finale" of dessert on the balcony — offering "prime viewing of the park's nighttime entertainment."
But there is a $15,000 price tag (which includes dinner, park admission, car parking, and any magical Disneyland surprises).
Disney says it will initially be available to be booked for Club 33 members and their guests and may open to public bookings in the future.
From: Cosmo UK
This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
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