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  • [Question] Miracosta Shopping?

    Well, I am going to visit TDS in a few weeks, so I really wanted to know does Hotel Miracosta does have any hotel merchandise for sale? I knew that there is a shop at Miracosta, but what did they sale? Is their merchandise same at the park or there any original miracosta merchandise? Thanks!

    ( Sorry for grammar mistakes , my English is not that good! )
    Last edited by switttdrfan; 12-01-2011, 03:06 AM.
    Sorry for grammar mistakes! I'm not really good in English!

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    Re: Miracosta Shopping?

    Miracosta, Tokyo Disneyland Hotel, etc. all have (very expensive) exclusive merch available in their shops.

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      Re: Miracosta Shopping?

      What kind of merchandise do they sale? What are the average prices?
      Sorry for grammar mistakes! I'm not really good in English!

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        Re: Miracosta Shopping?

        The hotel shops, when they first opened, had an extensive collection of hotel-themed merchandise. The amount has dwindled in the past few years (just as the amount of ride-specific merchandise has dwindled in the parks). You can still find a few things, but far less than even a few years ago. You'll find some cookie tins (omiyage) and cell-phone straps. A few other things.
        Born in a shoebox and making the most of it.

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          Re: Miracosta Shopping?

          There are small towels and small cloth gift bags with the Miracosta logo along with the keychains and other such trinkets already mentioned. I don't recall the prices, but they are similar to other items at the resort.

          Also, while you are in the store be sure to take a look at the wonderfully detailed decoration. Mickey and the gang are all painting or sculpting to fit with the name of the store - MickeyAngelo!
          Drop another coin in slot and I will tell you more.

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            Re: Miracosta Shopping?

            From what I recall the Miracosta had a smaller selections than the Disneyland Hotel. T-shirts, keychains, and hand towels stick out in my mind. There were also some really expensive things like serving trays and plates. Disneyland Hotel had polo shirts, hand towels, and glasses, and more dinnerware type things.

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              Re: Miracosta Shopping?

              When the Miracosta first opened, most of the gift shop was dedicated to hotel-specific merchandise, but that has changed in the past decade. The same appears to be true at the Disneyland Hotel, where the hotel-specific merch is now relegated to one round "room" in the shop.
              Born in a shoebox and making the most of it.

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              • #8
                Re: Miracosta Shopping?

                The Miracosta and all of the hotels also have some merchandise (at least one customizable keychain, Mickey Version and Minnie Version) that is only available to guests staying in the hotel:



                (Photos courtesy Hotels official site, link above)
                Last edited by DuffyDaisuki; 12-07-2011, 01:52 AM. Reason: Oops! Forgot to post link and photos!

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                    Re: Miracosta Shopping?

                    Originally posted by DuffyDaisuki View Post
                    The Miracosta and all of the hotels also have some merchandise (at least one customizable keychain) that is only available to guests staying in the hotel.
                    Well, exactly I'm not going to stay at Miracosta, but I love buying hotel goods!
                    Sorry for grammar mistakes! I'm not really good in English!

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                      Re: Miracosta Shopping?

                      Originally posted by TimmyTimmyTimmy View Post
                      That's awesome! Thanks for posting. I see T-Shirts! )
                      Disneyland Paris: August 1999 Sante Fe - October 2000 Sante Fe - March 2002 Sante Fe - November 2010 Cheyenne
                      Walt Disney World: May 2011 All Star Movies - November 2011 Animal Kingdom Lodge
                      Tokyo Disney Resort: 2012 (hopefully!)

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