Disneyland’s New Orleans Square is home to many a twist and turn, with amazing details and secret nooks and crannies around just about every corner. But a new private restaurant in the area is about to be made available to the public, and it looks like it might overshadow all of that– for the right price, of course.
21 Royal has been built to the exact specifications of Walt Disney and his wife Lillian, in a space that was originally designated to be the legendary couple’s new living quarters, a plan that was abandoned after the media mogul’s untimely passing in 1966. The venue was announced as a dining area back in 2014, but since then the rooms have only been accessible to members of the exclusive Club 33. Now any guests who can afford it have the opportunity to book the suite for their own private dining experiences.
The only real caveat here is the cost: For a group of twelve, the fee comes out to a whopping $15,000 for the evening. Now, keep in mind that includes admission to the park for the full dozen guests, valet parking, tax and gratuity. So that’s $1,250 per person to have a sure-to-be-unforgettable dining experience in a part of Disneyland that very few people have ever even stepped foot in. Is it worth it? I guess that depends how big a Disney fan you are, and how much extra cash you’ve got lying around.
21 Royal is now open for reservations. Be sure to visit the restaurant’s official website for more information and booking resources.