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Disneyland Hotel Mickey Mouse Penthouse Photos

8 September 2010 2 Comments

Not long ago we showed off the Disneyland Hotel’s new Big Thunder Suite, and now we have photos of another incredible signature suite in the newly remodeled resort: the Mickey Mouse Penthouse!

Living Room

Located just past the Downtown Disney District, the Disneyland Hotel has been a staple location in Disneyland and even has access to a nearby monorail station! This signature suite in the hotel has floor-to-ceiling windows offering views of Disneyland Park, Disney California Adventure, and Downtown Disney!

The suite is the perfect incarnation of everyone’s favorite animated mouse — Mickey! With playful cutouts, decor, and tiles that both blatantly and subtly remind us of Walt’s pal, it’s the perfect place for any Disney fan to relax.

Living Room

Soft lighting, hardwood floors, and state-of-the-art media built-ins flank the contemporary decor in the living room and formal dining area. The master bedroom has all the amenities you’d need, including a king-sized bed, club chairs, a large flat panel TV, DVD player, and plenty of reminders of your favorite mouse in the decor. And the master bathroom is no less luxurious! Stop in here to see a steam shower, Jacuzzi tub, and built-in TV in the mirror! “Magical” glass tiles show Mickey’s image only when the warm water of the shower hits the wall!

Second Bedroom

Finally, check out the second bedroom, which can double as a playroom for kids. It includes a cutting-edge animator’s area, equipped with a drawing table, and a media area with flat-screen TV, DVD player, and video games.

Bathroom

To inquire about prices and availability, please call (714) 956-6425.

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  • Paul Marshall said:

    Wow what an improvement it has taken in the last 10 yrs. I stayed there 10 yrs ago for my 50 th birthday and I swear that it was the same as when Walt took people to Disneyland. Nice to see it so very updated. There was a problem with our reservation and we were moved over to the two bedroom suite over looking the water fountain show. That was a real treat. My reservations also included passes to Club 33 and that too was just days before Club 33 was remodeled. Looking to come back and do it all over again.
    Thanks for the magical memories.

  • Zane Figg (author) said:

    Paul: It’s good to hear someone who’s excited about the changes. So many people are worried that they’ll lose too much of the history in the process.

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