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Theme for a new Disney Hotel?

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lil-shawn

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Re: Theme for a new Disney Hotel?
« Reply #45 on: February 06, 2008, 03:30:27 PM »
hey folks, so i think a Hollywood hotel in a bordwalk style on the disney village site would be great...

Now i got an another idea what is when they built one time a third park like the old westcot plan, they can built a franch themed hotel called the grand parisian hotel cause WDW got the grand floridian and DLR the grand californian hotel!!
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Re: Theme for a new Disney Hotel?
« Reply #46 on: February 06, 2008, 09:49:32 PM »
I would go for a Princess themed castle hotel, complete with flags, gold leaf paint, battlements and turrets.  I know the Disneyland hotel caters for general Disney characters, but a real royal palace would be a brilliant addition in my opinion.  

If there are a lot of daughters like mine that are really into the Disney Princesses, then I'm sure they would like to spend some of their time in a building that looks and feels like a royal palace.  Rooms and suites could be based on the princesses themselves. Each castle wing would have different royalty areas.  For example (A Royal Suite, Snow White, Aurora, Belle, Cinderella themed areas and rooms, and so on.....  :D/   It would also feature a royal dining area, swimming pool with a dragon water slide for an added touch.  Each morning you would have the usual photo shoots in the foyer, again different Princesses each morning.  I'm sure it would go down well, even if you are not really a princess fan, I think you would still really appreciate the splendor and atmosphere around you, whether you were young or old.  :wink:
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« Reply #47 on: August 05, 2009, 11:58:03 AM »
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I would like to see a fun hotel like the All stars in florida
yes that should be great but i also would see a pirates hotel or a hotel in an aladdin style :D
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Re: Theme for a new Disney Hotel?
« Reply #48 on: August 05, 2009, 01:35:30 PM »
i think a toon hotel would be very cool to stay it it would be very fun and very crazy kinda like toontown in wds but a hotel :D
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[size=150]Please Follow Me - - - - Twitter.com/Gareth2100 ---- Thanks :D/   It would also feature a royal dining area, swimming pool with a dragon water slide for an added touch.  Each morning you would have the usual photo shoots in the foyer, again different Princesses each morning.  I'm sure it would go down well, even if you are not really a princess fan, I think you would still really appreciate the splendor and atmosphere around you, whether you were young or old.  :wink:
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Re: Theme for a new Disney Hotel?
« Reply #55 on: April 05, 2012, 07:12:22 PM »
The Disney Rock 'N' Roll Hotel, it would feature a very modern and stylish finish. Not like at WDW but a very ultra modern, probably expensive Hotel option, to live the 'rockstar' life.
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Re: Theme for a new Disney Hotel?
« Reply #56 on: April 05, 2012, 07:15:25 PM »
Either a Rock 'n' Roll hotel, that would be ultra modern and stylish to suit the needs of a 'rockstar' OR I would choose something like an American style Diner like annets diner but with a Nascar/indycar/f1 style hotel, where the beds are different famous racecars and different merobilia!
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Re: Theme for a new Disney Hotel?
« Reply #57 on: July 08, 2012, 03:52:05 PM »
Maybe not for this lot, but I have had this idea for a long time. A Phantom Manor themed hotel.

But I would stay in a POC themed hotel or Hollywood Tower Hotel.
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Re: Theme for a new Disney Hotel?
« Reply #58 on: July 09, 2012, 01:49:26 PM »
A lot of people seem to like New Orleans and Pirates of the Caribbean. This got me thinking those two go together, right? After all, PoC at Disneyland is located on New Orleans Square. Much of old New Orleans was built in the early 1800s, when piracy on the Caribbean was slowly dying out.

So here it is, my first ever attempt at fan imagineering!

Disney's Pirate Port Hotel



The hotel is a pirate-themed stylized representation of the Gulf of Mexico during the late 1700s and early 1800s. It's located at the "empty" spot by Lake Disney, which currently houses an event tent.

1. The main building houses the hotel's main entrance, lobby and suites. It represents Texas and northern Mexico, and it is styled after Mission architecture.

2. The two wings house hotel rooms. They represent Louisiana and New Orleans, and they are styled after the city's French Quarter.

3. The conference center represents the easternmost point of Mexico. It is styled after the fortresses of the Spanish Main.

4. New Orleans Street runs between the two wings. It's a Disney version of life in New Orleans, where every day is Mardi Gras. The street follows the line past The Earl Of Sandwich as an extension of Disney Village. Lining the street are a restaurant serving cajun food and a voodoo-themed bar.

5. At the end of New Orleans Street is a harbor featuring a pirate ship. It functions as a "weenie", drawing people from Disney Village onto the street. (I can't think of anything very interesting to actually do with the ship. Ideas, anyone?)

6. An water play area exclusively for hotel guests represents Florida. A Mickey Mouse shaped pool marks the location of Orlando.

7. The bridge is now longer. Decorative islands represent the Florida Keys and Cuba.

8. Conference center and Hotel parking.

What do you guys think?
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Re: Theme for a new Disney Hotel?
« Reply #59 on: July 10, 2012, 12:37:47 AM »
Wow. It's really thought out. :D Some of it takes up room next to McDonalds planned for Village expansion, but never mind. I love the story and all the little details. And using the boat as a weenie was a really good idea.
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