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Disneyland Pirates of the Caribbean Suite
Want to take a look inside the Disneyland Pirates of the Caribbean Suite? Now is your chance to see just what the Disneyland Hotel Pirates of the Caribbean Suite has to offer.
The Pirates of the Caribbean Suite is one of the specially themed suites as the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim.
If you think a Pirates life is for you then you have to check out this very special Disneyland Hotel Signature Suite.
Located within very easy walking distance of the park, this very special suite is for the true Pirates of the Caribbean fan. Well, one with a few pieces of silver to spare anyway!
At almost 1,800 square feet it is one of the largest Disneyland Hotel suites available. It has 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and sleeps up to 4 guests.
The Pirates of the Caribbean Suite has all the benefits of the Disneyland Hotel Club Level.
The fun begins with the doorbell which plays “Yo Ho, Yo Ho, A Pirate’s Life For Me”.
As you go through the hallway and enter the living room to the right you will notice all the Spanish colonial style dark wood furniture with rich tones.The dining table is huge and certainly fit for a pirate banquet.
This huge dining table will seat 8 people comfortably.
Gather all your friends together and celebrate in this very opulent living area complete with a large wet bar. I love all the Pirate themed items on the shelves behind the bar.
We could certainly get used to a Pirate’s LIfe if it was anything like this.
The fireplace is the focal point of the room. It’s usually pretty warm in Disneyland but you simply have to cozy on up around this huge stone fireplace.
Of course, there is a large television and a surround sound stereo system so you can watch Pirates of the Caribbean movies into the early hours. I really love those huge leather chairs. Great to curl up in and relax after a long day at the Disneyland parks.
There is a lot of fabulous detail in the Suite. This picture is directly from the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction.
A lot of the artwork and additional decor in the Suite has the same sense of humor as the Pirates of the Caribbean ride.
The Suite includes some of the original Marc Davis concept artwork for the Pirates of the Caribbean ride.
This is a replica of Captain Jack Sparrow’s canon.
Go back into the hallway which leads into the rest of the suite. The master bedroom has a huge four-poster dark wood colonial-style bed.
The rich reds and luxurious bedding make this a room fit for a Captain. Unfortunately no sign of Captain Jack Sparrow himself.
There is a second bedroom with two full-sized beds. the theme isn’t quite so strong in this room and to be honest I was a little disappointed in this.
Maybe it is the bedding which isn’t quite luxurious looking enough, but I think the designers could have done more with this room
The living room and the bedrooms in the Disneyland Pirates of the Caribbean Suite all have this excellent view of the swimming pool out of the window.
The main bathroom is also a wonderful feature of the Pirates of the Caribbean Suite.
The huge bath has whirlpool jets. The map above the bath is another great feature.
There is a huge mirror in the main bathroom. Just the thing for Captain Jack Sparrow to check out his reflection.
The shower is enormous and has complimentary Disney toiletry products.
The second bathroom is a useful feature, but again I feel that the design is a little disappointing. The shower curtain is Pirates of the Caribbean themed but the bathroom is very small and perhaps more could have been done with that.
How Much Does the Disneyland Pirates of the Caribbean Suite Cost?
Now for the question you all have. How much does the Disneyland Pirates of the Caribbean Suite cost? Disneyland does not publish the rates and you have to call 714 956-6425.
Prices for the Pirates of the Caribbean Suite start at $2,500 per night and go a lot higher than that.
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