7. Disneyland’s Dream Suite
Because the previously mentioned apartment was a small and cozy family lodging spanning just 500 square feet, a larger still-private accommodation was in the works to efficiently house VIP park visitors. But with Walt Disney’s untimely death the newly intended suite, which was close to completion, was not finalized. Instead it became the site of the Disney Gallery from 1987 to 2007. Then, in preparing for the Year of A Million Dreams celebration, at long last the space was revamped to become the Dream Suite it was originally intended to be, and the Gallery was relocated to its current standing on Main Street USA. Situated above the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction, the suite is now used privately to accommodate famous visitors, celebrities, and very lucky contest winners. It features two bedrooms—one following the theme of Adventureland and the other modeled after Frontierland, two gorgeous bathrooms, a living room space, open-air patio, and numerous other delights. The private balcony overlooks the Rivers of America and offers unparalleled views of the famed nighttime spectacular Fantasmic!
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