Monday, July 23, 2012

Disneyland Dream Suite - Exploring the Rooms - Hallways and Hostess area

Back when this was the Disney Gallery, this hallway did not exist, but because you needed a way to get into the Master bedroom, it had to be enclosed.

Remember the door at the end of this hallway.  I'll reference it later.

Straight ahead and to the left is the main Parlor.  Just to the right is the Adventureland bedroom.

Remember that door I referenced earlier.  This is the hallway you see as soon as you go through it.  That door just to the right is where the hostesses stay.  The door at the very end of the hallway leads to the elevator, another way to get up to the Dream Suite.

If you go out the door at the end of the hall, here's the view.  You're looking down into the Pirates queue and into Tarzan's Treehouse.

Looking back into the hallway.  The door at the very end of the hall leads to the patio.

These dalmatians are hanging out under the table.

The proxy entry to get back into the suite.


Part 1 - Two Months of Anticipation
Part 2 - Breakfast - 9am to 2:30pm
Part 3 - Welcome to the Disneyland Dream Suite 2:30pm to 4:30pm
Part 4 - Dinner 4:30pm to 7pm
Part 5 - Friends Arrive 7pm to 9pm
Part 6 - Fantasmic 9pm to 11:45pm
Part 7 - Our After Dark Disneyland Tour 11:45pm to 2:30am
Part 8 - Back at the Dream Suite 2:30am to 11:30am
Part 9 - Exploring the rooms of the Dream Suite - Parlor
Part 10 -
Exploring the rooms of the Dream Suite - Frontierland Bedroom
Part 11 -
Exploring the rooms of the Dream Suite - Adventureland Bedroom
Part 12 -
Exploring the rooms of the Dream Suite - Master Bathroom
Part 13 -
Exploring the rooms of the Dream Suite - Balcony and Patio
Part 14 - Exploring the rooms of the Dream Suite - Hallways and Hostess Area


  1. AMAZING!!!! WOW!!!! What an experience! Just looking at the detailed photos and trying to put into words to describe them is quite a task. Aside from the wonderful pictures, I really enjoyed the experience-sharing words from each of the guests. I could feel both the excitement and the frantic fear when the secret password didn't immediately open the door! Their words helped captured how truly wonderful the experience was, and brought more life/meaning to the beautiful objects/magic in the suite. Thank you for sharing a truly once-in-a-lifetime "dream."

  2. Hi did they say if it was accessible for wheelchairs, I did notice in one of your videos the grab bar on the wall in one of the room bathroom Am I seeing that right?

    1. I don't remember if they said it specifically, but I believe it is. There is an elevator in the back to get to the main level, and I don't remember any steps, other than the ones at the main entrance door.

  3. Hello! It's now nearly a decade since you posted this. And it's nearly two years since my family and I had to cancel a planned Disneyland trip at the very start of the pandemic. We're hoping to make it this year, although it's quite a trip from London, where we live. In the meantime, this wonderful series of posts brought a huge smile to my face. Thank you for sharing your wonderful memories!

    1. Thank you so much for the kind words. I'm glad that this write-up is still bringing joy after all these years.
      I hope your trip works out for you this year, and that you get to experience a little Disney magic of your own while you're there!