If you’re headed to Disney World with thousands (and thousands) of dollars at your disposal, there’s a whole other level of service available. Just check out the frills for those people (honest and not) who do Disney World without thinking about their bank account.
Bring Your Own Tour Guide With You
For the bargain price of just $150 an hour, a service like Michael’s VIPs will send you into Disney World with someone who actually knows the grounds. Not only will these guys organize your itinerary, they’ll steer you towards the best rides and restaurants, hook you up with choice seats at shows, and help you get past those pesky lines.
Get a membership to Club 33
Located about Disneyland’s Cafe Orleans in New Orleans Square is Club 33, one of the most exclusive five-star restaurants on the West Coast. It was designed by Walt Disney himself as a getaway from the continuous bustle of the park. Corporate members pay an initiation fee of $50,000, and individual members pay $50,000 in addition to annual dues, which are about $15,000.
Meet the Most Famous Members of the Disney Family
For those that can afford it, it’s possible to arrange private meetings with Disney characters. That may seem silly to a lot of adults, but you know deep down you get excited when Goofy or Chewbacca shows up, whether they’re a person in a suit or not.
Sleep in Cinderella’s Castle
Disney doesn’t actually take bookings for its Cinderella Castle Suite at any price, but Tom Cruise, managed to get a one-night stay for his daughter, Suri. Typically, though, the Suite is only offered through sweepstakes run by the park.
Have Your Wedding at Disney
In fact, Disney will handle every aspect of your wedding, from the nuptials through the honeymoon. You can get married at any Disney property (even the cruise ships) including special (and pricey) locations through the theme parks. These lavish events start at $12,000 and can run north of $126,000 for the whole shebang.
Stay at the Four Seasons Disney
The AAA Black Diamond Certified Resort has it’s own spa and golf course as well as all the incredibly opulent suites you’d expect from a Four Seasons.
And Finally, Move in
For people with millions to spend on a vacation property, there’s Golden Oak at Walt Disney World Resort. For anywhere between $1.8 and 7 million, you can actually get a full home pretty much inside the park. Of course, there are thousands more dollars in yearly fees, but also tons of amenities (like an on-site masseuse, for example). Golden Oak also provides a concierge service that will do everything from plan parties to find a baby-sitter.