A special hotel room suite inside the iconic Cinderella Castle at Walt Disney World in Lake Buena Vista, Florida cannot be rented at any price (video below).
Only lucky guests get selected at random get to stay in the Cinderella Castle Suite, reports the Daily Mail.
Originally the Cinderella Castle Suite was to be an apartment for Walt Disney and his family when they stayed in Florida. However, Disney died in 1966 prior to Disney World opening and so it was left unfinished.
In 2005, the Cinderella Castle Suite was finally completed and includes a salon, bedchamber and bathroom off of a private marble-floored foyer.
During "The Year of a Million Dreams" in 2007-2008, one-night stays were given away as the grand prize to a family every day. Stays continue to be awarded as prizes for the Disney Sweepstakes competition.
A special elevator opens to the foyer, which displays the last remaining glass slipper, Cinderella's coronation crown and scepter, and several pumpkins.
The bedchamber has room for two queen sized beds and a pull-out sofa in the adjacent parlor.
A 17th-century-style portrait of Cinderella hangs above a fireplace in the bedchamber, but can change into a modern flat-screen TV.
In the den there is a mirror, which can also be turned into another flat-screen TV.
Guests can view the Magic Kingdom's fireworks show through suite's windows. Staying in the suite also includes access to a 24-hour concierge.
Source: Daily Mail