In celebration of the nationwide August 11 release of Walt Disney Pictures’ new film The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement, the Disneyland Hotel has transformed a bedroom of its luxurious Presidential Suite into a re-creation of Princess Mia’s regal quarters. The new, redecorated room has been appointed with elaborate reproductions of the elegantly designed Drexel-Heritage furniture seen in the motion picture, creating a new level of stately, yet fun-filled accommodations fit for any princess or prince.
The Princess Diaries Suite is located atop the 11-story Sierra Tower at the Disneyland Hotel, providing a sweeping view of the nearby Downtown Disney District and surrounding Disneyland Resort. The room features an ornate, hand-crafted queen-size bed and delicate overhead cornice that are matched with a collection of European-influenced furniture, and most pieces are from the original movie set depicting Mia’s private chambers. The themed bedroom can be booked separately or as part of the complete 1,320 square-foot Presidential Suite.
Guests staying in the special room receive the “royal treatment” in every regard, including complimentary gifts such as the DVD of The Princess Diaries, a CD of the original motion picture soundtrack of The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement, and a sparkling rhinestone tiara in a presentation box. Other princess-theme items or services can be included for an additional fee. By staying in the hotel’s concierge-level accommodations, guests also have access to the nearby Concierge Lounge which offers more exclusive amenities.
The rate to book the Princess Diaries Suite itself ranges from $430 to $515 per night. If reserved as part of the entire contemporary-style Presidential Suite, the total rate can range from $1,400 to $1,755, depending on season.