Disneyland opened up the Dream Suite yesterday for awarding purposes. The lucky random winner of a stay in the Disney Dream Suite is supposed to check in at 3 p.m. (family included), receiving a complimentary dinner at the Blue Bayou, serve as grand marshals of the day’s parade and take a two hour after-hours tour of the park.
Disney has its own ways of saying that it’s ok to be childish again, even if the Dream Suite is estimated at $3 million and it measures 2.600 square foot.
Each room of the two bedroom, two-bathroom suite originally intended for Walt Disney himself corresponds to a land in the Anaheim theme park:
The front parlor has a French provincial décor in tones of blue and gold corresponding to New Orleans Square.
The Master Bedroom in Victorian era décor in tones of aqua and forest green with a starscape ceiling has an Adventureland theme.
The Master bathroom has a Fantasyland theme with a replica Tiffany window over the bathtub inspired by “Sleeping Beauty.”
The Children’s bedroom has a Frontierland theme in tones of burgundy and gold and it features a model train that circles the room at bedtime.
The Children’s bathroom has a Main Street U.S.A.theme.
The Central courtyard with electronic fireflies inhabiting the trees.
The Patio balcony overlooks the Rivers of America with an incomparable view of the Fantasmic nighttime show.