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  • What would you pay to stay in the Walt Disney Dream Suite in Disneyland?

    Just wondering what all the Mice chatters would pay to stay in the Walt Disney Dream Suite for a night?

    Also, what would you pay to get into Club 33 for one day?
    I've seen the cursed treasure and I know where it be hidden...

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    Re: What would you pay to stay in the Walt Disney Dream Suite in Disneyland?

    I wouldn't pay a dime to stay in the Dream Suite.

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    • #3
      Re: What would you pay to stay in the Walt Disney Dream Suite in Disneyland?

      If I won the lottery, I would pay whatever they asked. What an honor to stay inside an amazing world for the night. I am already excited for the people who are going to get to win the prize to stay there. They are so lucky.

      Club 33....I would be happy just to walk through it!

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      • #4
        Re: What would you pay to stay in the Walt Disney Dream Suite in Disneyland?

        speaking of which...

        what are they going to do with it after the YOAMD promo is over?


        Pay per stay?

        VIP only?
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        • #5
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          Mixed feelings...but I guess it boils down to the fact that I REALLY loved the Gallery and it was always a must see when at the Park. So, to tear apart something that was enjoyed by so many ..in order to give it to a very privilaged few. Just doesn't make sense.

          While it would be cool to stay in it...I think I would pass cause I would be looking at the walls and thinking of all the wonderful art that used to be there....
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          • #6
            Re: What would you pay to stay in the Walt Disney Dream Suite in Disneyland?

            Originally posted by DisneyIPresume View Post
            I wouldn't pay a dime to stay in the Dream Suite.

            How come, may I ask? Is it because you liked the Disney Gallery there instead?
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            • #7
              Re: What would you pay to stay in the Walt Disney Dream Suite in Disneyland?

              hmm, i think its a good idea... a very nice private place to watch Fantamic with just your family... no need to squeeze...
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              • #8
                Re: What would you pay to stay in the Walt Disney Dream Suite in Disneyland?

                I'd make them an offer, then tell 'em I have no intention of staying in the Suite - the money's for the restoration of the Disney Gallery.

                Disneyland will never be complete as long as there is imagination left in the world. as long as there are out of touch executives trying to push uninspired & unnecessary projects down the guests' throats.

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                "Who among you is wise and understanding? Let him show by his good behavior his deeds in the gentleness of wisdom." -- James 3:13

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                • #9
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                  ^It may be deemed unnecessary, but I wouldn't go out as far as to say it is uninspired. They are clearly using past concept art renderings to design the apartment, and it was always intended to be used as an apartment.

                  I understand how everyone doesn't like the fact that we lost out on a great Disneyland exhibit/store, but it isn't like there is no other place for it (they can utilize the Opera House for exhibits). I have a hard time believing everyone's outrage over this change. They aren't harming the park experience anyway. Now, that doesn't mean I'm qualifying YOAMD, it just means that this change really isn't that bad.
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                  • #10
                    Re: What would you pay to stay in the Walt Disney Dream Suite in Disneyland?

                    When I could go up there for FREE and have it be the Disney Gallery....I'd not pay one cent to go to that suite. I miss the Gallery too much!

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                    • #11
                      Re: What would you pay to stay in the Walt Disney Dream Suite in Disneyland?

                      I'm sure there would have been similar outrage in... what was it '87... when the idea of a private apartment evaporated and the Disney Gallery was put in.

                      give it a bit of time, I'm sure we'll see the return of the Disney Gallery in one form or another, though not in the apartment, before too long.

                      *But we want it the way we remember it*
                      Boo hoo.


                      Anyway, I'd pay... not enough I'm sure.
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                      • #12
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                        ^I don't know T-JEL, I think Walt posthumously declared that he wanted the apartment to showcase his rides and sell attraction posters!!! Iger has gone and done it now.
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                        • #13
                          Re: What would you pay to stay in the Walt Disney Dream Suite in Disneyland?

                          I don't know how much I'd pay to stay in the "dream suite" - but if Fantasmic was running that night - especially on a 3-show night, I'd probably think it was worth any amount.

                          As for Club 33, I would pay a great sum of money to any recognized charity for a chance to dine there. If I had a reason to celebrate, it would be even better. Example: it's fairly well known around here that my husband just kicked Cancer's butt. I would happily donate an amount to the Lukemia and Lymphoma society and then get to eat there as a celebratory dinner with my Survivor.
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                          • #14
                            Re: What would you pay to stay in the Walt Disney Dream Suite in Disneyland?

                            I would LOVE a free stay in the suite.

                            I would however PAY for the Disney Gallery Back.

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                            • #15
                              Re: What would you pay to stay in the Walt Disney Dream Suite in Disneyland?

                              As for Club 33, I am blessed to be able to dine there on every trip so no need to pay :yea::blush:

                              As for the suite, I have stated before that I would not stay there whether for free or worse yet having to actually pay to stay there.

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                              • #16
                                Re: What would you pay to stay in the Walt Disney Dream Suite in Disneyland?

                                Originally posted by WickedWench View Post
                                How come, may I ask? Is it because you liked the Disney Gallery there instead?
                                It's because I have lived 20 minutes away from Disneyland my entire life. Nothing much goes on at night there except for a lot of noise from equipment fixing up the park for the next day. Don't take that as a negative, but to me, Disneyland's magic is a park filled with happy guests.

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                                • #17
                                  Re: What would you pay to stay in the Walt Disney Dream Suite in Disneyland?

                                  I wouldn't pay anything to stay in the suite. I'm bitter over my precious Gallery. And I'll continue to be bitter about it forever. It was my favorite thing in the whole park.

                                  And I wouldn't pay anything for 33 either, aside from my meal. Seems everyone I know gets to eat there without paying for anything, so why should I?

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                                  • #18
                                    Re: What would you pay to stay in the Walt Disney Dream Suite in Disneyland?

                                    i think i'm going to take the consensus view here and say i would not pay to stay in the Suite , and i would however pay to see the Disney Gallery back

                                    as for club 33 , Meh .... seems like everyone goes there now just willy nilly anyway

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                                    • #19
                                      Re: What would you pay to stay in the Walt Disney Dream Suite in Disneyland?

                                      I have no interest in staying there in any case, really; not as a statement of moral outrage, just lack of interest. It doesn't really seem that 'special' to me. Sleeping in an old storefront in Disneyland? Hmmm...I'd prefer a nice Hotel where I am free to come and go as I please.

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                                      • #20
                                        Re: What would you pay to stay in the Walt Disney Dream Suite in Disneyland?

                                        What I'd pay is actually less than what I think it's worth. I'm thinking about the suite at DLP's DL Hotel (the one that the Sultan of Brunei rents out for a month at a time, and where Michael Jackson used to stay -- it has a perfect view down Main Street to the gorgeous castle there) that, ten years ago, went for over $3200 a night. Or of the suites at the new Ivy Hotel in downtown San Diego that go for $4000 a night. Or a myriad of other high-end, specialty suites that command an extremely high per-night fee. I'd count this as one of those. It may not be as lavish or as large as some of them, but the location can't be beat! I don't see $3000-$4000 as being out of line when compared with other such suites.

                                        That said, I'd probably only be willing to fork over a grand or so. (Not that I can even afford that sum right now!)

                                        As to Club 33, well, I won't comment on how much I've spent to dine there, but I should comment on this:

                                        Originally posted by tinkermonkey View Post
                                        As for Club 33, I would pay a great sum of money to any recognized charity for a chance to dine there. If I had a reason to celebrate, it would be even better. Example: it's fairly well known around here that my husband just kicked Cancer's butt. I would happily donate an amount to the Lukemia and Lymphoma society and then get to eat there as a celebratory dinner with my Survivor.
                                        Sadly, while this sort of thing was possible in the past, Club 33 has put a complete stop to such practices. While it was never okay for a reservation to be sold, it used to be that a member could get permission in advance to donate a dinner reservation to a charity, and that charity would auction, raffle, or sell the reservation to raise funds. No more. The charity exemption was removed this year. From what I've read, doing so can result in the immediate termination of membership, so you can bet that avenue is already fully closed off. I can't imagine any Club member risking their membership that way!
                                        Last edited by KDR; 10-04-2007, 08:05 AM. Reason: Removed information that may only be a rumor. Just the facts!

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