You’ve all heard about presidential suites, right? They are the very lavish, large, pricey hotel rooms that most big hotels have. They are a dream to sleep (or even live) in due to their large floor plans, extra comfortable beds, and even extra amenities to make your multi-thousand a night stay in them feel like they are worth your buck. For those interested in “living in the dream”, they don’t have to look far if they’re a Disney fan. In fact, all they have to do is look up when visiting the Disneyland Hotel in Southern California.
The first hotel that opened on Disneyland Resort property recently went through an extensive renovation that brought their standard guest rooms to a more modern standard. In addition to that, the Hotel also got a few new rooms that have given the term “presidential suite” a new meaning thanks to that Disney touch! Walt Disney Imagineers created a few themed “Signature Suites” that very much contain identifying marks of the theme parks that are just outside their doors.
The five Signature Suites include the Big Thunder Mountain Suite, the Mickey Mouse Penthouse, the Pirates of the Caribbean Suite, the Adventureland Suite, and the Fairy Tale Suite. Each one of those suites are themed after their namesakes in addition to magical touches (including dream views) that can only be seen to be believed. Sounds like a place that you’d like to stay in on your next visit to the Disneyland Resort? Fortunately for you, you do not have to be a president to stay in these versions of presidential suites. If you also have the money to spend, you can go ahead and give the Hotel a call (at 714.956.6425) to check if your desired suite is available!
If a stay is something that can only remain a dream at the moment, we’re happy to share a video above of what those suites look like inside as well as some of those magical touches that make them more than presidential.
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What suite would you stay in if you had the chance to stay in any of the Signature Suites at the Disneyland Hotel? Why would you stay in that particular suite? Do any of the suites’ features inspire you to recreate that suite’s decor in your own home? Let us know in the comments!