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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.Tweet
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