Disneyland resorts come with beautifully themed, upscale accommodations, and these details are even more immersive when you book one of the hotel’s opulent suites. At the Disneyland Hotel, there are a number of themed suites to choose from if your budget allows for it, with spacious accommodations inspired by Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, classic Disneyland fairytales, and of course, Mickey Mouse, himself. Today, we’re taking a look at the Adventureland Suite at the Disneyland Hotel! See a quick walkthrough in the video below from Disney Parks on TikTok:
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The Adventureland Suite offers classic Disneyland theming at its best with inspiration taken from a 1930s explorers’ camp complete with all the modern amenities Guests need during a stay at the Disneyland Resort. The suite can sleep up to five Guests with two bedrooms, offering two king-sized beds and a day bed.
The master bedroom is inspired by a safari lodge, complete with a claw-foot tub in the space, positioned beneath artwork and a map that we’d love to check out for ourselves in person! The entire room is truly decked out in Adventureland-style ‘artifacts,’ giving a similar vibe to the Jungle Navigation Co. Skipper Canteen restaurant in the Magic Kingdom, and we could easily spend hours just taking in all of the small details around the room.
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Continuing the tour, the master bathroom features a foot spa as well as steam and rain showers, and the full shower experience event includes lighting and sound effects to make it feel like you’re showering in a remote rainforest.
Out in the main living area, Guests will find a wet bar and hidden flat-screen TV that stays behind the artwork above the fireplace when it is not in use. Another fun feature in this room is the hidden closet (aka a secret ‘room’ behind the bookcase!)
This room also includes a large dining table, multiple comfortable chairs and reading nooks, and gorgeous decor blending dark wood motifs with various items that tie together the theme. And, one of my favorite small details of this room oddly enough is the doorbell, which is actually the sound of the drums that you may recognize from inside Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room!
The suite costs about $3,000-4,000 per night depending on the type of year, so it is certainly a splurge, but if you are looking to stay close to the and can spend the extra cash to add a truly magical experience to your next Disneyland vacation, you may want to check it out! And if Adventureland isn’t quite your style, you may want to look into the Mickey Mouse Suite, , or the Pirates of the . The looks incredible, too!
The Disneyland.com, or with your authorized Disney travel agent. can be booked directly through Disney online at