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A 'Pirates Of The Caribbean' Themed Hotel Actually Exists

A 'Pirates Of The Caribbean' Themed Hotel Actually Exists

Are you a major 'Pirates of the Caribbean' fan? If yes, take your love for the classic Johnny Depp film to another level and stay in a Disney suite which looks like the captain's quarter.

Looking for a fancy getaway this summer? Planning the perfect Halloween holiday? If yes, we have found just the thing for you! Plus, if you are a Pirates of the Caribbean fan, this is as dreamy as it gets! The famous Disneyland Hotel has recreated the world of the iconic movie and is offering Pirates' themed suites which look exactly like the captain's quarters!

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Fit for die-hard fans of the famous Johnny Depp film, the Pirate of the Caribbean Suite at Disneyland Hotel is a luxurious pirate stay. Found on the 11th floor of the iconic hotel's Dreams Tower, the suite is covered in themed furnishings and when you ring the doorbell of the suite, the doorbell goes - 'Yo Ho, Yo Ho, A Pirate’s Life For Me,' reports Disney's official blog.

 

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The floor of the themed hotel is covered in Old World rugs and the room is loaded with items straight out from a pirate's ship. It also includes a wet bar, 42-inch plasma TV, and a super cool stereo surround system. There's also a Jacuzzi tub and a steam shower. There's a master bedroom, a second bedroom, and it plays theme music in the hall. As we said, it is everything a Pirate of the Caribbean fan can possibly wish for!

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The suite also has “a replica of Captain Jack Sparrow’s revolver, rare pirate figurines (discontinued) from the popular Walt Disney Classics Collection, a lithograph signed by Disney Legend “X” Atencio (Lyricist for the song for “Yo Ho, Yo Ho, A Pirate’s Life For Me”) and a replica of the mysterious Davy Jones’ Dead Man’s Chest,” adds Disney.

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The Disneyland Hotel features four more signature suites and they are all amazingly loaded with such fine details that guest services manager Scottie Whitaker says there's no way guests can explore everything even after staying there for a week! There is so much detail in each one of these rooms,” he told Los Angeles Magazine. “You can spend an entire week and there’s no way you’d see every last detail that they put into these.”

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The other signature suites available apart from Pirates are rooms with a theme of princesses, explorers, miners, and Mickey Mouse. The fairly-tale suite is just like the name suggests and it will make you feel like a real princess. “Guests enter the Fairy Tale Suite delighted by pixie dust and the appearance of Tinker Bell, who illuminates a crystal castle encased in the wall. A marble foyer descends into an enormous bedroom overlooking the entire resort through floor-to-ceiling windows,” Disney revealed the details.

 

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The adventure suite is dressed like Savannah and lit with 1930's safari decor. “A grotto with a foot spa, steam and rain showers, and lighting and sound effects that make you feel like you’re in a rain forest or a savanna," reads the room's description. Which one of these will you be renting? The price varies for the suites as per availability so if you want to book one, you need to call them at (714) 956-6425 and make reservations! Check more details here.

 

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