It’s already a common understanding that going to Disneyland isn’t cheap. At the same time, there are people out there who think the prices are nothing to take a second look at. If you are among that very privileged group, we recommend you take this itinerary of things to do on your next visit to the Disneyland Resort! No budgets, please.
Take a limo/luxury car service to drop you off at the resort – Approximately $400 round trip
No need to worry about parking structures or crowded trams! Just get dropped off and get picked up after your magical day is done.
Get a VIP Tour Guide to take you around with no lines – Approximately $4,800
Why wait in line? That’s a question you can ask ultimately get an answer to with access to all attractions at both parks for as many times as you’d like for 12 hours for 10 people (a full operating day). Admission tickets not included.
Dine at Club 33 for lunch – Approximately $200
After all those attractions and shows, seek refuge in the private club and restaurant high above the crowds in New Orleans Square. The most recent lunch menu includes a 4-course event that features Sonoma Duck Breast and Grilled Braised Short Rib.
Splurge for dinner at 21 Royal – $15,000
What was only open to Club 33 members has now become a public experience only available to those who can afford it. The dinner starts with a reception in the Disneyland Dream Suite and then a multi-course dinner, quickly followed by desserts on the Dream Suite patio for private nighttime entertainment viewing.
Stay the night in one of the exclusive Disneyland Hotel Signature Suites – $2,000
These multi-bedroom suites at the landmark on-property hotel are themed to each of the lands within the theme park. There’s one themed with western influences in the Adventureland Suite and the very fun Mickey Mouse Penthouse where nearly everything in the room is Mickey-shaped.
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Total cost for your full day excursion = $22,400*
*10 people max for VIP tour, 15 people max for 21 Royal St. dinner