Photos: A look inside the $650/day Kingdom Cabanas at Magic Kingdom

    UPDATE: Disney is temporarily reducing the price, soon to be $499 per day.

    Disney is adding cabanas to the Magic Kingdom starting tomorrow. For the price of $650/day, you can rent your very own piece of the Magic Kingdom. The Kingdom Cabanas are located in a fairly out of the way spot near Space Mountain, and can accommodate up to 8 people. The cabanas include a space to relax, cold beverages, some snacks and fruit, electronic device charging, a small refrigerator, a one-time delivery of ice cream and desserts, personalized Mickey ears, and reserved viewing space for parades and fireworks.

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    Here’s the specific location, highlighted in red.


    There look to be four cabanas to rent. Here is a look inside what $650/day can get you.

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    In addition to the free items listed above, there is a Taste of Tomorrowland menu that you can order off of at an additional cost.


    The Kingdom Cabanas are now available to book by calling 407-WDW-PLAY or visiting concierge at any Disney World Resort Hotel.

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    1. I love that they are using Disneyland concept art of New Tomorrowland from 1965 on the walls of these cabanas. The Orlando geniuses who are in charge of this probably don’t even know that’s Anaheim concept art from the mid 1960’s of what Walt called “Spaceport” and what would later be called Space Mountain, before WDW even existed.

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