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Private Magic Kingdom cabanas available for rent starting November 27

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Private Magic Kingdom cabanas are available for rent as of November 27. (Photos by @WilsonTownsend via Twitter)

Exclusive rental tents have been a fixture at Disney water parks, hotels, and cruise ships for several years, and now for the first time inside a Walt Disney World theme park, you’ll be able rent a private Magic Kingdom cabana for your family starting on November 27.

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Interior of Magic Kingdom cabana (photos by @WilsonTownsend via Twitter)

The new Kingdom Cabanas are located in Tomorrowland near Space Mountain, and have been testing since November 20. Each tent accommodates up to 8 guests, and costs $649 per day to rent (park admission required and not included). In addition to shaded seating and privacy, the rental price includes cold beverage and snack delivery, and reserved viewing for scheduled parades and fireworks during the operating day.

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Interior of Magic Kingdom cabana (photos by @WilsonTownsend via Twitter)

Only the Magic Kingdom will offer private cabanas at this time, but if successful expect them to spread to the other Walt Disney World parks. Cabanas can be reserved by calling (407) WDW-PLAY or visiting the Concierge desk at a Walt Disney World Resort hotel.

Private Magic Kingdom Cabanas Now Available in Tomorrowland

 

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11 comments

Matthew November 21, 2016 - 7:00 pm

They look horrible! What a bad idea, Disney!

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Rod November 24, 2016 - 4:34 pm

Its all about the Money!! Walt would be turning in his grave. Greedy Disney !!

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Jeff Titelius November 25, 2016 - 7:42 pm

Dumb, ridiculous, preposterous!! Yes, all about the money and how much they can gauge their guests for. What’s next after Tomorrowland? White tents pitched all over the park?

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Bruce November 27, 2016 - 6:16 am

Bring your own drinks. Relax on a shaded bench. Or buy $649 worth of snacks and rinks

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Paul November 27, 2016 - 3:32 pm

This will take away from the Magic of Disney and the great way the parks have been an
equalizer for those of differing incomes. There should never be any part of the parks
segregated for those who can afford to put themselves above those who pay the same
entrance fees. This will, in my opinion lower the Magic of the Parks where equality has
truly been shown in the mix of those enjoying the same park experience.

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Stephanie December 14, 2016 - 9:21 am

Add in extra fast passes and include 2 full means and I would be interested. I can’t afford it regardless but I can see this being successful. I have 3 kids and one is still breastfeeding and needs a nap. This would give my older kids a chance to stay longer.

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Minnie December 25, 2016 - 11:50 am

Stephanie,
The parks have a baby care area for free where you can go breastfeed within the park in a quiet, air conditioned private area. You don’t need to leave early or pay $691 for a tent
These tents are crazy!
Instead of keep making more jacked up prices to increase revenue to makeup forlower attendance why don’t they reduce the prices some – especially on food- and maybe more people would come spend money. It has gotten so crazy on prices , and reduced quality that people aren’t coming.

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Karen January 5, 2017 - 3:42 pm

They would be worth it, IF they had air conditioning. Considering they hold eight… it would probably be worth it for a large family group to rent it and split the costs.

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Henry January 9, 2017 - 3:46 pm

Paul said it best…spot on

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Henry Lutz January 9, 2017 - 3:47 pm

Spot on Paul

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Lindy March 10, 2018 - 8:14 pm

I called WDW. They are NOT offering private cabanas at Magic Kingdom. This story was a dupe. The representative said they only offer cabanas at the Disney hotels. There are NO CABANAS at Magic Kingdom. Very disappointed in attractionsmagazine.com

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