Anyone can jam their kids in a minivan, fight traffic and spend a crowded day at Disneyland, waiting in lines. Ballers know there’s a better way to do the whole Disneyland experience, whether with the family or on a romantic getaway. From your own Disney VIP guide who escorts you around the park and takes you to the front of any line, to staying in the Disneyland Hotel’s fantasic Adventureland three-bedroom suite, here are some key ways to do Disneyland in true baller style.

Disneyland Main Street
Main Street at Disneyland

Enjoy the park with your own VIP tour guide
The ultimate way to experience Disneyland is with your own personal, VIP Tour Guide. After planning a personalized adventure in advance, the knowledgeable guide walks with you through the park. Along with experiencing the attractions, the guide offers a personal tour, with insider stories and information. There’s no waiting in lines and VIP guests also get access to preferred viewing areas at stage shows and parades. At around $500 per hour with a six hour minimum, this VIP service is for true ballers but the rate allows up to 10 guests with the guide.

Live the suite life
Both on-property hotels, the Disneyland Hotel and Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel and Spa, offer some spectacular Signature Suites. At the Disneyland Hotel, the Adventureland Suite puts guests in the grand mansion of a great explorer. You’re surrounded by exotic artwork, walls of books and some amazing park views. At the Grand Californian, spacious suites like their Mount Whitney Suite sleep up to 12 adults comfortably and in high style. Like the hotel, the suites have that beautiful California Mission-style furniture and Craftsman design elements. Hotel guests have their own private park entrance and suite (and Club level) guests have concierge service and access to the Craftsman’s Club VIP lounge.

Disneyland Hotel
The Disneyland Hotel has some great signature suites

Dine inside the Pirates of the Caribbean
One of Disneyland’s best restaurants is the Blue Bayou, located inside the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction in New Orleans Square. Not only will you dine on amazing Cajun and Creole cuisine in the moonlight, guests who do Disneyland’s Paint The Night Dinner Package get a three-course dinner, followed by access to a preferred viewing area for the Paint the Night parade.

Dining inside Pirates of the Caribbean
Diners enjoying a unique experience at Blue Bayou inside Pirates of the Caribbean

Visit Club 33
Did you know there’s a private, members-only club right in the middle of Disneyland? The iconic Club 33, named for the number of original Disneyland corporate sponsors, is housed in what was Walt Disney’s secret apartment on the second floor of a building in New Orleans Square. Now a private club, ballers will need all their juice to gain access, which is limited to Club 33 members and occasionally Disney corporate VIP guests. The restaurant is also the only place within Disneyland that serves alcohol. Current members sometimes waited decades for their membership and the club is currently not accepting new members, with no waiting list.

Club 33 at Disneyland
Club 33 at Disneyland is a private, members-only club and the only place that serves alcohol within the park


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