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Disney World Considering Haunted Mansion and Royal Themed Rooms

8 August 2010 5 Comments

According to WDWMagic, several Disney fans have been asked to fill out surveys about whether or not they’d consider staying in a Hunted Mansion themed room or a Royal themed room. This comes on the tail of a successful experiment with Pirate themed rooms in Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort.

The surveys even include concept art for the new room types! The Haunted Mansion room features beds that look like doombuggies, gargoyles holding sconces on the wall, mysterious footsteps on the ceiling, and bedspreads made to look like Haunted Mansion wallpaper! The Royal Room features canopied beds and fanciful additions to the decor, including Aladdin’s lamp, Beast’s rose under glass, and even a clock that looks like Cogsworth, that remind us of romantic Disney films.

Judging from the Concept art, these rooms will be placed in either Disney’s Value or Moderate resorts.

Haunted Mansion Room Concept Art

Royal Room Concept Art

Be sure to head over to WDWMagic to see more photos of the concept art.

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5 Comments »

  • Jill Fischer said:

    What a fantastic idea to create a Haunted Mansion themed room. I would certainly be willing to pay extra for a room of this type. I’d love an entire hotel themed to the Haunted Mansion!

  • Zane Figg (author) said:

    Jill,

    I couldn’t agree more. If they had a Haunted Mansion resort, I might not stay anywhere else.

  • Katie@DomesticDebacle said:

    I’d love to stay in one of the Royal Themed Rooms! My daughter would love it as well. I can’t wait to hear more!

  • Zane Figg (author) said:

    Katie,

    It makes one wonder why they bothered with “surveys” to see if people would like this. I think just about any Disney fan could have told them this was a winner.

  • Mickey Salvador said:

    Well, for me it was awesome to stay in one of the royal themed rooms. To feel like a real queen… A one unique design. I love Disneyland.

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