Cinderella Castle Suite Tour & Photos


The Cinderella Castle Suite was built in 2006 by Walt Disney Imagineering out of a location in Cinderella Castle at Walt Disney World that was originally intended to be an apartment for Walt Disney. After his passing prior to the opening of Walt Disney World, such plans were aborted. The location would take on multiple purposes over the years, finally opening as a suite completely decorated and upholstered as a ‘royal bedchamber’, which can sleep up to six people for the Year of a Million Dreams (or Years of a Million Dreams, as they ended up being since the promotion extended into 2008). During this contest, it was given away as a grand prize of sorts to one lucky family each day.

Since, the Cinderella Castle Suite has become the dream experience for some Disney fans. Along the way, this fan-desire has been spurred by Disney-forum accounts from the Suite by lucky guests who won stays in the Suite, podcast details of the Suite from travel agents, and everyone’s favorite, Samantha Brown Travel Channel special tours of the Suite. In just a few short years, it has attained the cult-like status of exclusive Club 33 restaurant or Walt’s Apartment in Disneyland, and rightfully so, as it’s arguably more exclusive than either of those locations. We have been fortunate to make two visits to the Suite, one in 2010 and another in 2011. The photos that follow throughout this post are some of our unique photos from our visits to the Cinderella Castle Suite.

Please excuse the abundance of fisheye photos here. I attempted to photograph the suite with a rectilinear wide angle lens, but it didn’t provide sufficient coverage. One thing these photos don’t adequately convey is just how small this suite is. It is multiple rooms, but overall it’s still incredibly small and cramped.

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On our visits to the Cinderella Castle Suite, we unfortunately didn’t have the opportunity to stay overnight.  The Suite cannot be booked, it’s by invite or via winning a contest, only. Staying overnight inside Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom is a dream of ours, but apparently we do not have the clout of Suri or Tom Cruise, Mariah Carey, and other recent celebrity guests. Oh well, perhaps after we get our own reality TV show on which we act like buffoons we’ll  be invited.

To call the Castle Suite opulent would be an understatement. Lavishly adorned with the full royal treatment, its “Beauty-Per-Square-Foot” Ratio is through the roof.

Originally intended to be an apartment for Walt Disney and his family when they were in Florida, the space became an area for telephone operators after Walt died in 1966. The Suite is visible from the bridges to Liberty Square and Adventureland; it’s the small stained glass windows some distance above Cinderella’s Royal Table.

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Any visit to the Suite begins by boarding its elevator activated by what else, but a Key to the World card. While quite small, the elevator’s look foreshadows what is to come, with its intricate design and beautiful details. Upon exiting the elevator, guests find themselves in a small marble-floored foyer area before entering the main quarters.

This area is a veritable treasure trove of all things Cinderella, with the highlight being the fairytale pumpkin coach in the center of the floor. From the foyer, guests head to the Suite itself.

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Signs bearing the words “Show Ready” adorning chairs and beds provide a gentle reminder to Cast Members and guests just how nice their surroundings are. I imagine the screening process for MouseKeepers who will be allowed to clean the room is a little greater than normal. Understandably so, as Disney probably doesn’t want someone like me in there, so filled with exuberance that it causes them to jump on the beds.

Behind this extravagant exterior lies 21st century technology. The ornately framed, 17th-century-style portrait of Cinderella above the regal fireplace in the bedchamber magically transforms into a flat-screen HDTV. Likewise, in the den there is a mirror that can be turned on to reveal another HDTV. This isn’t your (fairy) godmother’s Cinderella’s Suite!

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Lavish it is, but large it is not. The entire space is slightly larger than a Studio room at a Disney Vacation Club resort. The Suite itself contains a salon, bedchamber, and bathroom all befitting of royalty. In typical Walt Disney Imagineering form, the entire Suite looks like something straight out of a fairytale, or more likely, an authentic, Medieval Castle.

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Each celebrity guest who stays in the Suite is given one of these glass slippers commemorating their stay (at one time, we were told that this slipper cost $18,000–there is considerable doubt that this is its actual cost/value…unless there’s some serious Disney mark-up going on!). This slipper was given to Mariah Carey, who elected not to take it.

Some of the stately details include two queen size beds draped by regal canopies, a gorgeously stitched parlor sofa, and those beautiful stained glass windows mentioned above. Unfortunately, these windows don’t allow for much of a view of the park (you can’t see the gorgeous Disney fireworks shows out the windows), but they’re pretty, nonetheless.

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Cinderella Castle Suite Guest Living Quarters

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However, the most beautiful feature, unquestionably, is the bathing area. With its walls covered in mosaics reminiscient of those lining the walls of the passageway from Main Street to Fantasyland below, and its star-covered ceiling, guests bathe in style in this royal tub. The toilet, well…let’s just say there’s good reason to call this bad boy the “throne.”

The Coolest Bathtub on EARTH!

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The myriad of details in the Suite are such that you could spend hours poking around in there and still not discover everything. It is quite unfortunate that Disney hasn’t utilized this Suite more, as it presently is only used, on occasion, for visiting celebrities who supposedly make charitable donations for use of the Suite. Tours of the Suite have not been offered since 2007, and often, the Suite goes weeks with nary a guest stepping foot inside.

Seeing the guest quarters is such a wonderful experience that it’s a travesty that park guests do not have the opportunity to see the inner chambers of the Cinderella Castle Suite. I know an overnight stay in the Castle Suite is in my wife’s thoughts each time she stares longingly at the Castle on our Walt Disney World trips. I guess until the Year of a Million Dreams 3.0, that stay will only be once upon a dream!

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Your Thoughts…

What do you think of the Cinderella Castle Suite? Do you wish you, like Suri Cruise, could stay whenever you want? Or would you rather stay at a larger Walt Disney World hotel? Share your thoughts or any questions about the Cinderella Castle Suite in the comments!

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67 Responses to “Cinderella Castle Suite Tour & Photos”

  1. Kelly says:

    This is the just beautiful!! I want to stay here. :0)

    • Sharon says:

      It would be a dream to stay at Cinderella’s Castle suite. I love Cinderella. It would be a dream to stay.

      Sharon
      Danville, Virginia

  2. Marilyn says:

    Wowza! It really does look like a 17th century, spick and span awesome castle room. Gorgeous. Thanks for sharing the photos!

    • Tom Bricker says:

      I was somewhat surprised that knight’s armor didn’t mysteriously come to life and start chasing us. Okay, so maybe it wasn’t quite that spooky, but it really did have quite the authentic medieval feel. Well, that is until the HDTV turned on!

  3. Jamie R. says:

    This is so beautiful! Thank you for sharing Tom and Sarah! I love your blog and look forward to each new entry!!

    It would be great if Disney offered some sort of tour for the suite, or went back to offering it as an overnight stay to random select people or as a contest again!! I would love love love to stay overnight in the suite!!

    • Tom Bricker says:

      We totally agree. One of the disappointing things about the Suite is that it’s seldom-used. And that we haven’t won a stay up there! :)

  4. Donnie says:

    Awesome shots!

    What kind of fish eye lens do you use?

  5. justin says:

    Wow great photos, how did u get to tour the suite? Also I love your blog and your trip reports are just awesome looking forward to the next one.

  6. Nina says:

    Ahhh, so cool! Have seen the Samantha Brown Travel Channel special, but am glad to see photos and it talked about on a blog! What a dream to stay there!!

  7. Megan says:

    These are AMAZING photos! Just an FYI though….The Make-A-Wish Foundation does NOT send wish families here!! That’s a huge myth that everyone needs to stop spreading. (I work for the Foundation, so I would know) Most wish families stay at a nearby non-profit call Give Kids The World. Disney is a great partner for Make-A-Wish but staying in the Castle Suite has never been, and probably never will be, an option. Would be really awesome though!

  8. Heather says:

    Wonderful! Your pictures are gorgeous! I’d give my left foot for the chance to do this – maybe a few toes to have your lens, too!

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  10. Christopher says:

    How did you get this tour?

  11. Buzz2001 says:

    Tom, I’m amazed each and every time I see your photos. Outstanding work. Thanks for sharing your gift.

  12. Brad says:

    Amazing photo’s thanks so much for posting. How were you able to get a tour of the suite? I have always wanted to do a tour but I don’t know how.

  13. Emily says:

    I had no idea this suite existed, thanks for giving me yet another thing to gush about to my friends who thought they’d heard everything Disneyland-related from me!

  14. shanay says:

    i want my wedding here and i wanna stay here too…

  15. Lauren Clark says:

    Hi there! Thank you so much for the post. I was just curious about the inside of the castle, googled some pics and came across your blog. You mentioned that they havent offered tours since ’07. May I ask how you were granted the permission to go inside?? I’d love to go!

  16. Tammy says:

    Make A Wish (MAW) Children and their families do not stay in Disney, unless the wonderful Give Kids The World Village (GKTW) are full, then if it is an emergency situation the child and their guests can stay at a Disney resort, however it is not in Cinderella’s suite. This was explained to our family both before our child receiving her wish as well as at GKTW. Just so “rumors” get stopped before they are started. Thank you :)

  17. Jamie B says:

    Amazing pictures!!

  18. Johnay says:

    My Wife Carol and I had the great fortune to be selected to stay in the castle suite in September of 2008 while visiting WDW for our honeymoon. I still carry my Cinderella Key to the World card in my wallet to show people who dont believe it when i tell them that we stayed there. It was an incredible afternoon, night and morning. The only thing that took a little shine off of it was that crews were putting lights on the castle for the holidays and it was a little noisy. And yes… since it was out honeymoon… we engaged in certian activities in every room and bed in the suite. Hey… it was a once in a lifetime deal!

  19. john says:

    i want go it look so fun plez tell me

  20. Timothy Adams says:

    Won a nights stay in the castle suite. It was beyond anything I have ever seen.

  21. Safiyah Long says:

    Disney should offer up this suite to families of the victims in Newtown, CT.

    • Tom Bricker says:

      That would be a great gesture. If I were a family who just lost my child, though, the last place I’d want to go is Walt Disney World.

  22. Tammy says:

    sad that privileged children like Suri are able to stay in this exquisite room…a dream come true for a little princess while children who are fighting life threatening illnesses, going through chemo, surgeries, etc. cannot even if it is their one dream to do so. They don’t have to spend their whole week there just one night…or even a special tour just to say they were there. Just to hold that memory close as they battle for their life <3 My little girl is getting her wish to go to Disney. She is 4. She has been battling a brain tumor since she was 23 months old…I know Suri is probably a sweet little girl with dreams like everyone else…but who deserves to feel like a princess more than a sick child.

    • Aviva Patt says:

      I agree, and at the risk of offending readers of this blog who are obviously passionate Disney World fans, I think Disney’s policy regarding the Cinderella suite is just proof of their outsized greed. Their corporation feeds on people’s fantasies but they’re too stingy to share this lovely dream with their public at large, or even with sick (sometimes dying) children.

      Tammy, I hope your little girl’s other dreams come true and pray for her recovery.

    • Sarah says:

      Tammy: Does your daughter have a website? I just heard tonight that a few years back a friend’s daughter’s first MAW was to sleep in the castle. I was surprised that MAW couldn’t make that happen. Not that I don’t love GKTW. I volunteered on both my Disney Internships. GKTW is the best place in the world. I volunteered but honestly got so much more out of it then I could ever give. In 2000 I had over 100 hours in the village from 1/2000-6/2000. I helped with parents night out, tuck in with the mayor and a Christmas. I agree that these kids deserve something like that. I wonder how high up in management we’d have to go to get that to happen. Funny thing I don’t think many cast members make it up there. I worked in Fantasyland Merch and I never got to go up there.
      I’m also curious if since the castle redo the rooms were left untouched??

  23. Paris Luke says:

    This castle is the most spectacular Cinderella castle i have ever seen.I want to go in there.I been to Disneyworld every since i was a little girl,Pretty much i been there since i was born.Let me tell you,i really want to go there grandma.Hey Tammy,i know i just met u but i reallywant to go there to,but i have to stay at home to cause of my step-cousin.   Sincerely,Paris Luke To:Disney world Resort-Cinderella Castle

  24. Grace says:

    With an influx of studies about the best time to buy airline tickets, search engines that aggregate the prices of dozens of travel websites!

  25. Micki says:

    How can you stay there. I love to be in there. Cinderella is all been my fart princess in i was lil

  26. Tonya Holcomb says:

    I heard about the suite when I was in Disney in January. I came home & Googled it. Tom, this article was the one I found on Google, which led me to DisneyTouristBlog and DisneyPhotographyBlog. Now, I read both blogs daily. While I do not want to sleep, I think it is sad that they do not give tours. If Disney would allow tours again, I would rent a fisheye lens just to photograph the suite.

  27. Byron E. Gray says:

    I think Walt Disney would be appalled that only the wealthy could stay in what would have been his apartment. Too bad they couldn’t have converted this space into replicating what Walt’s apartment would have looked like instead of this garish indulgence for moneyed pigs.

  28. Katie says:

    I’m sad and appalled that only the rich and affluent have opportunities to stay in this beautiful suite. Suri Cruise has been blessed with parents who can afford to stay anywhere. Wouldn’t this be an awesome destination for “Make a Wish” kids?… If I had an opportunity to stay here I would happily give it to a child in need…. Just sayin!!

    • Ghost6 says:

      Just to bring everybody back down to earth about a few things…

      The reason why “Disney doesn’t give the suite to Give Kids the World candidates” is very simple…there are literally thousands of children who participate in this program…also, many of those children need special accommodations regarding medical exceptions. The room is not easily accessible in a medical emergency…the last thing anyone needs on a vacation with an ill child is a slow response time from paramedics. Disney is a massive supporter of GKTW…so please ease back on all the outrage about how selfish Disney is about not letting every child, their families and victims of tragedy stay in the Suite…and while we’re at it…why not every soldier that has ever served, or teacher that tirelessly dedicates themselves to their jobs or low income single moms??? You see….it’s a slippery slope for a room that holds one family a night.

      There is also a tremendous cost to the room…there is an attendant that is up in the castle that is awake and on call every second a Guest is there to ensure they can get assistance the entire time…it is not a huge hotel with a staff of dozens overnight…it’s one person fielding all requests. A crew has to be brought in to clean one single room…it’s not a money maker by any stretch.

      Also…one other thing….Disney DOES NOT take “money donations” from rich celebrities to stay in the Suite…utter hogwash….Tom Cruise and Mariah Carey among others have been able to stay there because the savvy Disney media team understands that it allows them the opportunity to photograph high profile celebrities there and then send those images out to magazines and online sites…so, people see those images and decide they would like to take THEIR families on a glorious Disney vacation. There is absolutely NO TRUTH to the rumor that they paid for the opportunity. Whether we all like to acknowledge it or not, Celebrities carry a lot of readership and that’s why you always just magically happen to see pictures of your favorite celebs at Disney vacations…they are exchanging their fame for some Disney perks…that reality folks.

      Lastly…there is one hilarious error in this story…the glass slipper that Guests are presented with is not $18,000. It is purchased from the Arribas Brothers glass shop on Amani Street for each Guest. You can go there and buy one for yourself when you visit the Magic Kingdom…it’s about $30. This “$18,000″ myth was a story lost in translation about the glass slipper in the lobby that is the slipper custom made for Scarlet Johansson when she filmed the famous Annie Liebowitz ad for Disney when she was portraying Cinderella. I promise you, Disney is not giving away $18,000 slippers…and for that matter…I ask you…”What in the heck would ,ale you think a glass shoes would cost that much money.” If it smells like a rotten fact…it probably is.

      • Jason says:

        Superb comments!

      • Deb says:

        All true and correct and completely understandable … Except one thing…. The glass slipper in that picture is over 100 dollars….. The smaller one is 35 dollars :-) ( its prettier than the big one. It has sparkly christals on the heart instead of the heart just being frosted :-))

      • james says:

        Thank you Ghost6 for your explaination about use of the Suite vs. GKTW kids. I was thinking the same thing while reading the “cussing Disney” remarks. People like to be outraged without thinking first. I think GKTW families are quite lucky and should be happy to get the trips, rather than complaining they did not get more.

      • icart1961 says:

        Wonderful comments…plus…there is only ONE suite. Think of the bidding wars for this room!! It really seems the only way to utilize this room is through some special promotion. I wish they would do it again, though.

      • Tim says:

        And even if the “evil rich people” did pay an “insane” amount to stay there, good for them. All of you people sitting there casting stones would not hesitate to do the same if you had the money and opportunity. It’s always different when it’s someone else doing it… And yes, surprise surprise, Disney is a business and like any business they exist to make money. There is nothing wrong with providing people with great experiences AND making money while doing it.

      • Ashley says:

        I completely understand and agree that the room wouldn’t be suitable for an ill child due to the fact that it isn’t equipped properly for what they may need as well as the point made about the response times not being reasonable in an emergency. I even agree that celebrities are leaders, for better or worse, and people are influenced to take their families there based on which “hot celeb” is visiting. I, however, don’t agree that they should be the ones being invited. I mean, it’s a ‘once in a lifetime opportunity’…and how many ‘once in a lifetime opportunities’ do celebrities get, thanks to their wealth? Tons. I mean, it’s not like they can’t afford them. I just think that maybe this special experience should be saved for someone a little less fortunate. Make someone’s honeymoon that can’t afford that resort for $400/night. Make a princess’/prince’s birthday. Afterall, it’s not like the celebrities won’t get complimentary tickets into the park for Disney’s benefit (ie: publicity). And Mariah Carey didn’t even accept the glass slipper…can you imagine a little girl in a princess outfit doing that? I think that shows who would value the experience more. Just my opinion:)

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  29. Keren says:

    I really had no Idea about the suite, and ive been there numerous times. I really wish they would do more tours. My little girl cried last time we were at Disney because she wanted to go into the castle. Thanks for sharing. It is truly amazing :)

  30. Erin Elizabeth says:

    I want to stay there! But I also appreciate the photo tour. Looks beautiful!!!!

  31. Mitzi says:

    We live in Tampa, and have had passes to WDW for quite some time. I always wondered what the suite looks like. And sadly, yes I did attempt to win the “Year of a Million Dreams” though obviously did not. Anyway, I enjoyed looking at your photos. For me…it’s enough. I am also happy for the little Cruise girl to have such an amazing experience.Some of us are fortunate to have worked so hard to give our kids what we did not have, yet can enjoy new and fun experiences through our children. Thanks again for sharing your amazing photos.

  32. Laura says:

    I would sooo love to stay here! At the risk of sounding mean (and yes I probably am mean and jealous!) it seems so wrong that its just used for celebrities who probably don’t appreciate it. Why would Mariah turn down the shoe?! That would soooo precious to most people! Nothing aimed at kids should be so divisive – all kids are special and deserve to have a dream experience. And tbh, I dont even think just kids that are seriously ill. All children. No child should feel second class to another, so I really strongly disagree with a ‘family friendly’ company having such an amazing treat and then using it only for people who already have so much.
    Bitterness over!

  33. Shania says:

    I Love your photos! They capture the wonderful bliss of Disney. I was wondering if you would give me permission to use these photo on a project for a club? I would very much appreciate it. Thank you for taking such beautiful photos.

  34. Sue says:

    A friend of my sister’s got picked to spend a night in the suite with her family, and said the coolest part of the whole night was having a personal concierge on call for the duration of their stay. She was so excited she couldn’t sleep, so at 3:00 in the morning, she called the concierge and told him she wanted to walk around the park. Off they went! Disney magic.

  35. Maddie says:

    I want to go there and torn into a princesses my wish is come true

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  37. Gary N says:

    I have stayed in the suite and it is an awesome experience.

  38. Heather says:

    I just went to wdw last year. I was 27. My husband and I had our 5 year old(it was her birthday trip) and our 9 month old with us. I had the time of my life. When we got home it was all I could talk about to any and everyon (so much that we(I) couldn’t wait to go back and we are going again in a few weeks.) I feel like I’m turning into some sort of disney freak. It does stink that the people in charge don’t open it up for people to even tour. But ya know what? Since it is disney world, why not build castle hotels instead of hotels?! I remember telling my husband “I don’t understand why celebs builds mansions. If I were rich I’d build a castle!” And it would be a replica of Cinderella’s! Sorry for the long post. I just love Disney World. I remember at like my 8th birthday party the kids wanting to watch a movie. They wanted a goofy movie. I wanted Cinderella.

  39. Jason says:

    It would be a real dream come true to stay a night here.

  40. Cynthia Rusinko says:

    It is every girls dream come true to stay a night at the castle. You don’t have to be little to dream. Disney is a fantasy of what a world full of imagination, love, and family should be if only for a day.

  41. Linda says:

    Myself and my family will be staying at Art of Animation for my 60th birthday on 31st October 2014, Halloween !!! I would sooo love to have 1 night in the castle xxx

  42. Danielle says:

    I would die to stay there I would be happier than my two little girls!

  43. Eve says:

    Amazing photos thank you for sharing them, and I imagine that it was a task in getting the permissions to do so- quite a selfless thing to do :)
    Have never been to disney and am hoping one day I can take my girls- when they are old enough to appreciate it.
    One way to please all- would be to do another competition for a night stay- raise money and give to make a wish charity so then hopefully many more wishes can come true for families that are running out of time. Everybody has dreams, young or old, big or small, but what children really want is to be loved, safe and secure- if they are ill, scared, or upset no amount of disney materialism will cure it- they really just want a cuddle from mummy- so that’s the priceless thing we can all give our kids…and it doesn’t cost a penny!!!
    Sorry for such long post
    Best wishes :)

  44. jenny says:

    hmm…Disney could just build another resort hotel but maybe for some other princess’ castle with LOTS of castle like rooms. My daughter would love to stay in a princess or castle room. I do not think she would care that it wasn’t THE castle. Then rooms could be given as prizes in contests or even just booked the regular way. The exterior could look like a castle as well. The Beast’s castle? Not sure. ALSO, there are people who just decide “the heck with ever staying there” and do up their own bathrooms or guest bedroom. My cousin did three huge murals to look like mosaics from the castle and put small lights on the ceiling with scrim fabric in front of them. She gilded a makeup table and chair, and the effect in her children’s bath is stunning. A LOT of work but very little cost. Think outside the box, everybody!

  45. Linda says:

    Totally amazeballs….. If i never knew any better i would swear this was a fairy-tale Castle fit for a Princess.💜💜💜💜

  46. Maria says:

    If only my fairy Godmother would grant me the wish of staying here I would be in heaven.

  47. Heidi Dunson says:

    I think Disney should select a winner each day from a RANDOM drawing of all people including Make A Wish children. I think they should receive 50% of the year with the other half going to the Random drawing. Disney could afford to make adjustments for ill children by creating a special access route & entry and a nurse could be on call at or near the castle when a health condition warrants one. There is no way for one special room to cover all the wishes so Disney executives should consider building new hotels in Florida and CALIFORNIA (i still love Disneyland best!) or buying/remodeling existing property so there are hundreds of castle rooms. There could be special groupings for families, honeymooners and anniversaries and Make A Wish should get a special equipped Castle Suite village for them so they can safely enjoy this experience with their loved ones and each other if possible. Kids should never be sick but that is not how things work in our world. Disney knows how to corner the market when something is hot and this is very hot. The original castle room could be retired into a special museum in honor of Walt much like his little residence above the fire department in Disneyland, maybe with tours? Lastly, since the rooms will be too expensive for many, there should still be drawings (for those who can’t afford a castle suite night only) of 20 or more rooms each night even if it is at a special rate rather than free.

  48. Michael Ptacek says:

    I was in there when it was just a storage room for wardrobe and such for castle area performers when I worked there back in the 90’s. Due to the forced perspective architecture the interior of the castle is tiny. Once, another cast member took me out onto the little terrace on the right hand side. The view from up there is cool. I am surprised that they didn’t make that part of the suite.

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