Inside Disneyland’s most exclusive suite that charges guests £950pp – and they don’t even get to stay the night

DISNEYLAND doesn’t just cater for the masses – it also has some very exclusive VIP areas.

21 Royal is Disneyland’s most luxurious suite, and when visiting guests can book the suite for £950pp.

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The 21 Royal was built for Walt Disney himself, but he died before it was finished[/caption]

A seven-course dinner with wine pairing for twelve people costs over £11,000 in total

However the suite isn’t actually available for staying the night in even at that price.

What guests will get for their money is a seven-course dinner with wine pairing for 12 people, at a total of over £11,000, as well as backstage access to the park and a valet service.

The suite is hidden behind the Pirates of the Caribbean ride in New Orleans Square and was originally designed for Walt Disney himself to stay in.

However it wasn’t finished until after he died in 1966.

There’s an outdoor terrace for guests to watch the park’s fireworks from on the evening
The suite comes with maids and butlers as well as a valet service

The suite has two bedrooms and seriously fancy décor in shades of blue and cream.

Its interior design is based on 19th century New Orleans style and has some very subtle Mickey Mouse references that are concealed around the rooms.

Catered for by private chefs, the dinner starts with cocktails and a reception out on the suite’s patio, before heading inside to the dinner table, which will be set with crystal and gold-plated crockery.

The website for 21 Royal reads: “The 21 Royal team thoughtfully prepares a menu that weaves together a tapestry of imaginative dishes that combine to create an experience that is uniquely yours.”

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Tables are set with gold-plated crystal dinnerware[/caption]

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Guests will have a menu that’s tailored to them, and they can expect the finest produce[/caption]

It continues: “The result is a wonderful combination of fine dining and Disney storytelling at its delicious best.”

The menu for 21 Royal will be customised for each party, but there are clues to it on reviews website Yelp.

One review from user Jody C reads: “It was truly a magical experience from beginning to end. It is a once in a lifetime experience and so worth doing, especially if you’re a Disney fan.”

Jody’s menu included white asparagus, seared Japanese kobe beef and Dom Ruinart champagne – very fancy indeed.

21 Royal isn’t the only VIP area at Disney – there’s also a private members club where guests pay £20,000 a year to drink booze and listen to jazz.

The club was designed as a haven for celebs and those in the spotlight, with some of its supposed members including Elton John, Elizabeth Taylor, Tom Hanks and Christina Aguilera.

While the club isn’t as secretive as it used to be, it’s a seriously exclusive, members-only affair – with membership being both hard to receive as well as seriously pricey.

Sun Online Travel previously revealed that there’s a brand new book out with photos of Disneyland from across six decades.


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