I decided I had to write some about what I want to do and not just what I have done… On a trip in the future I fully intend to spend a few nights in EVERY Disneyland Hotel Signature Suite! Have you had a chance to experience one? Let us know! Or is it on your bucket list too?
What are the Signature Suites exactly? Think of the High Roller suites in Las Vegas and you’re on the way to understanding. I may be a dreamer but I know I’ll stay in each one of the themed suites…
These rooms are located on the 11th Floor of the Adventure Tower at Disneyland Hotel. There are a total of 5 themed Signature Suites. The Mickey Mouse Penthouse, Big Thunder Suite, Pirates of the Caribbean Suite, Fairy Tale Suite, and Adventureland Suite.
This is it, The Big Cheese’s Penthouse! Look at that, who doesn’t want to stay here? It’s modern, sophisticated, beautiful and luxurious. Click link above to see more of this awesome Suite. Even my mother in law who has absolutely no inner child would be delighted to stay in this suite… Seriously, ask her yourself…
The last time I stayed at the Disneyland Hotel I snuck up, well snuck is probably not accurate, I rode the elevator up to the 11th floor. All I got to see were the doors to the suites, but they were awesome and truly done by Disney. One thing you can always count on is that every detail is considered in Disney’s Design, even the doors are magical…
The hand cut mosaic is of a Stylized Sleeping Beauty Castle. This bathroom alone is reason enough to forego any budgetary concerns and jump in, literally!
There’s a TV hidden in the Adventureland Suite… Can you guess where? You probably did, it’s behind the mantle’s mirror in the living area. All Signature Suites come with panoramic views from the 11th floor. Incredible views are truly an understatement.
Big Thunder Mountain Railroad is one of my favorite rides, as well as Pirates of the Caribbean and staying in those suites would be awesome as well. Big Thunder Mountain Suite feels much like the ride itself. It has all the charm of the town it represents, but also shows us a new luxury! There is a Copper Tub in the bathroom! It’s surprisingly beautiful!
I do think the Pirates of the Caribbean suite is probably the least exciting to me. But I still want to stay in it! When I say least exciting don’t misunderstand. It doesn’t mean it’s not super cool. It means it’s number 5 of 5 to me. Sadly one room has to be first and one has to be last. However, Pirates of the Caribbean Suite is still fantastic. Especially the picture above the marble fireplace…
For my personal style and preferences my favorite is the Mickey Mouse Penthouse. Holy cow, it’s gorgeous! The colors reflect Mickey Mouse completely to me. The second bedroom has a round bed and is easily a playroom.
In reality these rooms are expensive. That is pretty obvious when you just take a quick glance at their sizes and amenities. However, some of these sleep up to 6 people. Split the cost and spend a night in your favorite.
I imagine most everyone reading this wants to know… How Much Are They Per Night? Well None of them start any less than $2800 per night. That’s off season, and will only go up from there. BUT, Don’t you think it would be worth it? Let me know if it’s worth it to you in the comments.
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