The Happiest Suite on Earth

It won’t be long now… Any moment that ribbon will be cut and the very first randomly selected Guests will be chosen to stay overnight inside of Disneyland! The masterminds behind the new Disneyland Dreams Suite in New Orleans Square are rushing (and I do mean rushing) to put the finishing touches on the new can’t-buy-it family suite inside the world’s most famous theme park.

The design for the Guest-Getaway is inspired by art produced under the direction of Walt Disney himself for his private apartment. Walt never got a chance to move into his new apartment and for years The Disney Gallery resided in the famed location. Now, as part of the park’s Year of a Million Dreams promotion you (yes you – but not me sadly) can stay the night in Walt’s would-be home away from home.

Our friends over at Laughing Place have nice little behind the scenes video that gives you all the dirt on the magical experience.

Check it out here: http://www.laughingplace.com/Lotion-View-567.asp

There’s no word on what will become of the Mickey Mouse Penthouse, a specially designed penthouse suite at the Disneyland Hotel that was part of last year’s Dreams campaign.

2 Comments so far

  1. Dave Share (unregistered) on January 28th, 2008 @ 2:06 pm

    I want to stay there so badly. I hope past cast members aren’t exempt. When do they choose the guests for these things anyway? I always end up going in the late hours of the day. I want my fastpasses! no I want a stay in the suite. I wanna watch Fan from the balcony.

    Also are you forced to stay in the room when the park’s closed?


  2. Jon (unregistered) on January 28th, 2008 @ 2:21 pm

    Former Cast Members are eligible. Lucky you!

    As for when they choose the winners, deductive reasoning says the answer is sometime between park opening and early afternoon. The winners will have a pretty full itinerary that begins in the afternoon and ends after the Park closes.

    The suite features and interior outdoor patio that is available to Guests who need some air. I am under the impression that the exterior balcony will not be available after the Park closes – don’t quote me on that though. However, I think you can expect that a private after-hours tour of the park will be part of the aforementioned itinerary. In other words, by the time you actually get to bed, you may be too tired to worry about leaving. =)



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