You will now be rewarded with a sneak peek into the Disneyland Dream Suite! When I was a castmember, they were conducting tours by appointment only and there were only a few appointments available so you better believe I rushed over to Harbor Point
and scheduled a tour!
It's time for the tour! The entrance is between Pirates and Tarzan's Treehouse.
We're on the landing waiting to go inside. Everyone is looking down at the guests below.
This entry hall is lined with copies of the conceptual artwork for the gallery.
I was so excited about being there that I didn't check my camera setting so my pictures won't be as sharp as they could have been. :-(
This door goes out to the center courtyard.
More conceptual artwork...
This cool "D" is an electronic card reader. The guest waves a special key card in front of it and it unlocks the door to the suite. You can see my costume reflected in the mirror finish, lol.
This tile mosaic was made using the flower from the Disney family crest as a design element.
There are sooo many details in this room, some that I didn't notice until I was home looking at the pictures! The beauty of this suite is amazing. We were told that the room is full of antiques.
These oil murals are of 2 castles which are thought to be Walt's inspiration
for our gorgeous castle.
The carousel horse is a nod to what started it all...Walt taking his daughters to the merry-go-round and planning Disneyland.
There's a crackling "fire" in the fireplace...
The light fixtures throughout were beautiful.
One of the switches..It says Parlor On, Watch TV and Parlor Off.
We now enter the Adventureland room...
Our guide was fantastic and he was full of great information.
He's telling us that at night, a hidden projection system, makes those blue curtains on the bed look like water cascading down.
In the bathroom, a beautiful mural lights up above the bathtub.
Looking to the left towards the "water closet" as they called it...
Another gorgeous light fixture...
A little window to the bathtub...
A little nook by the bathtub.
Not a very good picture of the towels, LOL.
Gorgeous peacock tiles...
Yes, I literally stepped inside the shower to take this photo!
Little twinkly lights come on above the bathtub and look...a hidden Mickey!
Looking into the room from the bathroom...
All these toiletries are imported from England and placed on real lead crystal.
The glass on these fixtures is lead crystal, too!
I fell in love with this massive desk.
The dressing room. The guests get to use the robes during their stay.
Now we're back in the parlor. See that clock? At night you hear When You Wish Upon A Star and Pinocchio's face appears on the clock.
Look at this! It's amazing!
Look at the detail on this lampshade!
This is the other bedroom suite and it's full of antique toys.
This room has two beds and two big chairs. Those chairs were in the film The Happiest Millionaire". When the room is dark, that map on the wall lights up to
Another gorgeous light fixture.
All these little things either light up or animate at night.
A better view of the map and an real antique stove.
For some reason, I thought these fabrics looked so rich. Guess you had to be there, lol...
No matter where you look, you see the Disney touch.
The second bathroom shower. I wonder why there are so many "D"s all over the place???
Isn't it great?
Now we're out on the patio which has also been completely redone. Several of the guests below are wondering what we are doing. By the way, look at all the orbs. That means there is a lot of good energy at Disneyland!
New seating and a new floor. (I miss being able to come up here and relax for a while.)