Disneyland Dream Suite Tour

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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.

Disneyland Dream Suite at Night

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 Dream Suite from Disneyland

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.

Disney Dream Suite from Disneyland

The Master bathroom has a Fantasyland theme with a replica Tiffany window over the bathtub inspired by “Sleeping Beauty.”

Disneyland Dream Suite Bathroom

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.

Disneyland Dream Suite Bedroom

The Children’s bathroom has a Main Street U.S.A.theme.
The Central courtyard with electronic fireflies inhabiting the trees.
The Dream Suite, Disneyland

The Patio balcony overlooks the Rivers of America with an incomparable view of the Fantasmic nighttime show.

Disneyland Dream Suite


#1 Angela on 06.23.08 at 12:44 pm

How much does it cost to stay in the Dream Suite?

#2 Victoria Barbari on 02.06.09 at 5:50 pm

This is the happiest and most beautiful thing I’ve ever seen the saying go to your happy place that is mine.

#3 Adriana on 02.07.09 at 6:15 am

Aaawww, I’d never had the desire to see Disneyland though friends has often told me I would love it. But this is different. So breathtaking….take me there. I stay in and shall enjoy it all to the fullest…..and smile…..

#4 Sarah on 06.08.10 at 9:25 pm

I know that this is an old question, but here I go anyways.

I don’t think you can actually pay to stay for the night. I’m fairly certian that you have to win the right to stay.

If there IS a way to rent the room for the night, it’s probably upwards of $10,000+.

It really is amazing, though. Just looking at the pictures makes me squirm inside. I’d love to be able to tour it.

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