Disney opens new fine-dining experience for celebrities and dignitaries

Disney is revealing a brand new way to experience "the happiest place on earth"...if you have $15,000. The company renovated a space meant for Walt Disney's personal house into a luxurious experience for high-rollers called 21 Royal. 

Disney drew up plans of a house for him and his wife to live in the New Orleans part of the park. The park decided to use his original designs to create a unique dinner experience. The home uses the Empire Style which was popular in New Orleans during the 19th century. 

The marketing is aimed towards dignitaries and celebrities but Disney enthusiasts are known to go all-in for a once-in-a-lifetime experience. 21 Royal has a twelve guest maximum because the goal is to make it feel like you are hosting a dinner party at your house. 

Guests will be personally greeted at the Disneyland Grand Californian Hotel and Spa and escorted to the home's hidden entrance. A butler will then let you into the home that will be decorated with rare Disney water-colors from the 1960s and other Disney memorabilia. 

Despite not offering alcohol at Disneyland, 21 Royal offers cocktails and a sommelier for the guests to enjoy. The company is apparently discussing allowing alcohol in the park to the general public. 

The exclusive club offers guests a seven course meal along with dessert cooked by a personal chef who works with the host beforehand on a theme for the night. 

This club will be hard to gain access to and members of Club 33 will be the first with the option to join. 

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