The signature suites of the Disneyland Hotel are in my opinion the best themed suites on the resort. Today, I thought I might cover the smallest suite, the Fairytale. On the 11th floor of the Adventure Tower down the hall from the E-Ticket Club, this suite is a one-bedroom suite with views that overlook Downtown Disney.
As you ascend three steps up to the room, open the door, and turn the lights on, Tinkerbell flies through the room. Looking to the right, one of the first things you will see are shadowboxes containing the castle, Ariel, and Belle.
To the left of the entry door is my favorite part of the suite, the bathroom! It’s one of the largest bathrooms in the hotel and features a beautiful mosaic-like mural of Sleeping Beauty’s castle. The tub, which can easily fit two people, can be used as a jacuzzi.
All your standard amenities, including a large shower stall, toilet, and bidet are present. One feature that most people do not know about is that there is a television inside the mirror above the double vanity. I wish these photos were able to detail the glitter effect of the marble. It shimmers like none other and is an extra special touch to the room.
The room was refurbished before I left the hotel I want to say in 2017 or 2018? The largest change to the room was the floor. Originally, it housed a silk rug, but it was so incredibly difficult for the housekeeping staff to maintain. Silk stains very easily. When the floors were changed to wood, many of us were needless to say very happy.
Across from the king size bed in the photo above, you see the white cabinet. The television for the bedroom pops out of it from the back when prompted. That way it doesn’t obstruct from the view. At night, because the fireworks are shot out from behind Star Wars land and Toontown, you have one of the best views on the resort.
Not pictured are the chaise lounge, safe, closets and coffee maker.
Overall, if you choose to book this room, be aware that it smaller than you would think. These photos can be misleading.
If you book the room at full cost, it does include VIP concierge services. You may be able to upgrade to the suite at check in for a discounted rate if the room is unoccupied. But that doesn’t happen very often.
As for regular concierge lounge, the E-Ticket, it is about two doors down. Beginning at 6, the lounge offers guests a continental breakfast, and light snacks and refreshments throughout the day. In the evening it can be crowded as it’s a great spot to watch the fireworks from.
If you have any questions, please feel free to ask for more information. I’d be happy to take a stab at answering it.