If you've always wanted to be a Disney princess, now's your chance! Disney is making fans' dreams come true and offering the chance to win a money-can't-buy experience - an overnight stay in the secret suite in Cinderella's Castle at Magic Kingdom, Florida.
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The apartment was originally built for Walt Disney during construction of the park, but he sadly passed away before it opened. Now the suite is typically only available to an extremely limited number of competition winners and VIPs, with Tom Cruise among the former guests at the exclusive hotel room.
Guests can win a stay in the suite at Cinderella's Castle in Disney's Magic Kingdom
Disney has teamed up with Give Kids the World Village, a charity that makes critically ill children's wishes come true, to give away a night in the suite for one lucky person and five guests. Once the park closes for the night, the winners will have the run of the suite, which is located four stories up in the Magic Kingdom's famous Cinderella's Castle.
The apartment was originally built for Walt Disney
The suite is designed like a room in a 17th century castle, with a cut-stone floor, mosaic art and stained-glass windows. Within the main corridor of the castle, there are also five handcrafted mosaic murals that contain over one million pieces of glass in 500 different colours, which tell the tale of Cinderella.
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After their night in the castle, the winners will be able to head downstairs for breakfast at Cinderella's Royal Table, where diners are joined by some of the Disney princesses. And if that's not enough, they'll also get two-day passes to the Disney Parks, plus flights to and from Orlando, courtesy of Give Kids the World Village. Entry into the raffle starts at $10 (£7), with all of the money going towards the charity.
Flights to Orlando and passes to the Disney Parks will also be included in the prize
The suite is not the only exclusive hideaway within the Disney parks; Disneyland California is home to Club 33, a members-only club tucked away within the park, where stars including Elton John, Tom Hanks and Matt Damon are on the guestlist.
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