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Disneyland unveils chic new lounge and terrace to escape the crowds

DISNEYLAND has revealed a luxurious new lounge opening at the theme park – but not everyone can get into it.

Guests will have to be a Magic Key owner to be allowed into the reserved area.

Disneyland has a new exclusive lounge - but not everyone can visit

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Disneyland has a new exclusive lounge – but not everyone can visit
The new lounge will be open to Magic Key holders

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The new lounge will be open to Magic Key holders

The Magic Key Terrace at Disneyland California is currently undergoing renovation, with plans to open in the spring.

Once open, the lounge will feature seating areas and fancy interiors, with beautiful stained glass windows and wall art.

Standard guests will not be able to enter the park – similar to the exclusive Club 33 and 1901 lounges.

Walt Disney Imagineer Kim Irvine told Orange National Registry: “When we started our Magic Key program, the park decided it would be a really cool thing to have a place they could call their own, like Club 33 has their own locations.

“Now the Magic Key members have the same really great thing.”

She added: “You have Avengers Campus right on your left and Pixar Pier right across the street. Those are all really high-energy places.

“Magic Key Terrace is truly an energy and mood swing. An opportunity to slow down, relax with some food and drink and think about what to do next.”

The Magic Key has replaced the long-loved annual passerby and is priced between $400 and $1,400.

Additional perks include reduced dining and shopping, as well as access to theme park reservations up to 90 days in advance.

Disney already has a number of dedicated areas that cannot be accessed by regular guests.

Club 33 is one of the few places where you can enjoy wine, and previous A-listers have included Elton John, Elizabeth Taylor, Tom Hanks and Christina Aguilera.

The speakeasy-style lounge, located in New Orleans, doesn’t come cheap – you’ll have to shell out at least £20,000 – and is nearly impossible to get in.

The invite-only club has a 14-year waiting list, according to Insider and the membership fee depends on the level you join.

Club 33 Executive and Platinum members also have access to the 1901 Lounge, which serves cocktails and fine dining.

Disney World also has a secret room in Cinderella’s Castle – but it’s only open for special occasions or special guests like Tom Cruise and Mariah Carey or families lucky enough to win a night in the castle.

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Emma Bowman

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