Almost no one can get in, but we got to tour it and see its magic for ourselves.
You actually take an elevator to get to the suite:
|Make Way for Pink Bunny|
And before we knew it, we were inside:
Our first stop was the Master Bedroom, which is done in the style of Adventureland:
Each room has a button on the wall that says "Goodnight Kiss." We should've taken a photo of the button. When you press that button...magic happens.
I am normally not a fan of bathrooms (I don't much like getting wet), but the Master Bathroom was truly impressive:
The bathtub also has a magical nighttime sky:
And there's even a Hidden Mickey in the stars:
There is also a huge closet off the bathroom, with a vanity:
|I'm not vain, but this is a vanity|
Next was the Parlor. There was a carousel:
There was also a magical fireplace with sparks like fireworks:
And a mural of the two castles that influenced Sleeping Beauty's Castle at Disneyland:
The Second Bedroom has a Frontierland Theme:
There is a model train that runs along the perimeter of the room:
This room exits out to the deck, which has a perfect view of the Rivers of America (and by extension, of Fantasmic!)
It was a really wonderful tour. We were just enchanted with the Dream Suite and we were incredibly lucky to get a peek inside!
If you'd like to see more, here is an incredibly detailed and photo-rich trip report of someone who actually got to STAY THERE OVERNIGHT. It's really worth taking a look at.
Then we continued on with our Halloweentime at Disneyland fun!
We had a bite at the legendary Club 33:
Then we went to see the carved pumpkins and characters back at Big Thunder Ranch:
|These bunnies are my minions|
I got to meet Captain Hook:
And I got my own costume!!
Then I met Mickey Mouse:
And we ended our VIP Disney Day with drinks at the super-exclusive 1901 Lounge:
We were so very lucky to visit the Disneyland Dream Suite! It was a wonderful day at Disneyland.