Disneyland Magic Key passholders receiving their own hangout

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Disneyland Magic Key passholders receiving their own hangout

Disneyland Magic Key Holders (AKA annual Passholders) have their own dining location in Disney California Adventure. The Magic Key Terrace, located above Wine Country Trattoria, is getting a new look!

Walt Disney Imagineering and Disneyland crews began work today transforming Magic Key Terrace into a Club-33-style hangout. Disneyland Magic Key holders will be able to relax and reenergize here after a long day at the park.

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“When we started our Magic Key program, the park decided that it would be a really great thing to have a location for them that they could call their own, kind of like Club 33 has their own location,” Walt Disney Imagineering’s Kim Irvine said. “Now the Magic Key members have the same thing which is really wonderful.”

Magic Key Terrace won’t offer the same perks as Club 33 but it will be a hidden, private, exclusive, members-only, second-story hangout just like Club 33. New furniture, lighting fixtures, draperies, tile work, stained glass and murals will be added to the area.

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”We wanted to make sure it was a very special place for Magic Key members,” Irvine said. “We spent a lot of time on the detail, mood, environment and energy of the place.”

The OC Register describes the renovation as:

“Imagineering created a new backstory for the Magic Key Terrace as a beautiful hacienda recently purchased by a young couple that wants to keep the charm of the old place while adding some comfortable contemporary touches.

The redesign will keep the beige adobe plaster walls and hacienda architectural styling while adding a contemporary splash of saturated blues, turquoises and greens.

Climbing vines and banana trees will surround a gurgling wall fountain. Floor-to-ceiling drapes will help soften the sound in the covered lounge area. Wrought iron lighting fixtures will brighten the space. Palm trees in tall vases will serve as accents.”

Magic Key Terrace will remain open during the renovation which is expected to be completed in late spring.

Source: OC Register

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