Disney is currently renovating the Disneyland Hotel in California, with updated design and details that reflect its history but offer modern amenities and decor. Amidst the more obvious renovations, such as the new pool with Monorail slides, are a few elaborately-themed suites, each inspired by Disney characters and theme park attractions.
In this article series, we’re taking you on a virtual tour of each of these new “signature” suites that sit side-by-side on the 11th floor of the Adventure Tower (formerly the Dreams Tower). These suites, which are available for booking at a price of thousands of dollars per night, offer guests a chance to keep the Disney magic present throughout their stay, immersed into the worlds of Adventureland, Frontierland, Fantasyland, Pirates of the Caribbean, and the one that started it all, Mickey Mouse.
We’ll begin our inside look of the new Disneyland Hotel suites with the most recently-added and most detailed…
Inspired by the spirit of exploration, the Adventureland Suite features living areas, bedrooms, and bathrooms designed to give the feeling of camp life but with retaining luxury. Fans of the Jungle Cruise, Enchanted Tiki Room, and the former Adventurers Club at Walt Disney World’s Pleasure Island will find themselves at home when stepping into this suite, which is decorated from floor-to-ceiling in every room, filled with knick-knacks that appear to have been taken as trophies from decades of exploration. Even the suite’s door bell offers the sounds of tiki gods playing drums, with three separate audio tracks. Hear one of them and take a peek around the Adventureland Suite in the video below.
Video: Tour the Adventureland Suite at the Disneyland Hotel
Immediately inside the Adventureland Suite entry is an open living area, with plush couches, dining table, bar, faux fireplace, and decorative touches filling the room. In the spirit of adventure, there’s even a hidden TV behind a painting and a hidden closet behind a bookcase.
The master bedroom is designed as a safari lodge, with a lush four-poster bed, faux fireplace, flat screen TV, and even a claw-foot bathtub sitting in the living area.
The treasure of the master bathroom suite is hidden within the bathroom, as stepping deep into the shower reveals a grotto (as seen in the video above) featuring a foot spa, steam/rain showers, and even lighting and sound effects.
The Adventureland Suite’s second bedroom takes residents into the most comfortable safari tent ever created, with Jungle Cruise concept artwork lining the walls.
Future explorers are invited call (714) 956-6425 for prices and availability for the Adventureland Suite.
Next on our Suite Series, we’ll take you on a tour of the Big Thunder Suite, inspired by Disney’s classic Big Thunder Mountain Railroad.
More photos from the Adventureland Suite:
(Photos by Josh Daws)