Do you happen to have $15,000 to spare? Mickey and friends would love to have it! And, in return, they will feed you and give you some wine in a private room above Pirates of the Caribbean where you can look out on the park and all the poor folks who aren’t willing to spend fifteen grand on a meal. Suckers.

It’s called 21 Royal, and yes, you read the price correctly: it’s $15,000. For that, you get park admission, valet parking, tax and tip for up to 12 people for the dining experience which lasts about five hours.

(Disneyland)

From the Disney website:

Legendary Disney service is on display from the moment your guests are welcomed by the 21 Royal staff. First, signature cocktails are served by professional butlers in the salon, then everyone is invited out to the patio for a casual reception. You and your guests will also have time to explore the different rooms—and discover some of their more magical features.

Then it’s time for dinner. You and your guests take your seats around a lavish table covered in white linens, fresh flowers and set with gold-plated dinnerware and fine crystal. This is when the evening’s adventure really begins—as a fascinating tale unfolds told through fine food and drink.

In true Disney fashion, you can end your evening with a grand finale—dessert on the private balcony, where you and your guests are treated to a spectacular view of the Rivers of America, and on certain nights, prime viewing of the park’s nighttime entertainment.

The dining room is now part of the Disneyland Dream Suite, located in New Orleans Square above the entrance to Pirates of the Caribbean.

(Disneyland)

If all this sounds up your alley and is in your price range, you can contact the park to make reservations.  Also, I hate you.


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