We’re pretty sure that everybody has had dreams of living inside the Happiest Place on Earth. And by everybody, we maybe just mean the Oh My Disney editorial team. But, did you know there is some red-hot real estate sitting just above the entrance to Pirates of the Caribbean? It’s true and it’s aptly named the Disneyland Dream Suite.
Back in the 1960s, the space was originally planned to be a super-posh location where Walt could entertain his VIP guests. Sadly, the Suite was not built in time for Walt to use it. Fast forward to 2008, when the Dream Suite officially opened as a 2,200 square foot apartment with rooms themed to Adventureland, New Orleans Square, and Frontierland. (Sorry Critter Country, better luck next time around.) Lucky for you loyal readers, we got a pretty suite (we know, we’re really funny) tour inside Disneyland’s most precious pad and we’re bringing it to you in 31-photo form: