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Robert Niles
Editor

A look inside the Disneyland Hotel's Pirates of the Caribbean Suite

Published: June 9, 2011 at 1:36 PM

Our third stop on our photo tour of the theme suites at the Disneyland Hotel? The Pirates of the Caribbean Suite.

Lose your sea legs relaxing on the leather couch in the living room.

Or eat with your crew in the adjacent dining area.

I love the many items of memorabilia displayed in cabinets and along the walls of the suite. Here's Jack Sparrow's compass:

And my personal favorite? A signed copy of the Pirates' attraction lyrics, autographed by composer and Disney Legend Xavier "X" Atencio.

After gazing at all the suite's loot, you can retire to the master's quarters.

I had to snap this photo, since I have the same poster hanging in my office at home. Yes, I'm a geek. (That's the suite's kids' bedroom in the back.)

It's the detail that distinguishes these suites. I mean, your kids aren't going to play with any old rubber duck in the Pirates suite, are they?

Prepare to crack open your pirate treasure chest if you'd like to spend a night in this suite. The Disneyland Hotel theme suites run from $2,00-$3,500 a night, according to quotes I've been given. We'll vote tomorrow to determine the readers' favorite.

Previously: Mickey Mouse Penthouse and Big Thunder Suite

Replies (4)

Tyler Stover
Writer

Published: June 9, 2011 at 2:28 PM

My 2nd favorite, after the Big Thunder Mountain suite. I have attraction posters hanging around my apartment too. I am a Disney geek.
Tim W
Writer

Published: June 9, 2011 at 7:35 PM

This is gonna be a tough decision for the vote. All are so beautiful and greatly themed!
Larry Zimmerman

Published: June 10, 2011 at 1:15 PM

Thanks for the inside peek, Robert -- all of the suites look great! I could see winning a contest offering a weekend in any one of them.

One of the key questions I have, tho' -- how's the view? Do these overlook the parks at all? Or are you staring into windows of the other property hotels?

Robert Niles
Editor

Published: June 11, 2011 at 10:10 PM

You're looking down at the monorail pool area in-between the towers of the hotel. The E Ticket club and Mickey Mouse Penthouse across the hall face Downtown Disney and the parks. The picture I took and showed last week of the media party was taken from the Big Thunder Suite - the other three of them are in a row on that same hall with the Thunder Suite, facing the same direction.

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