How to stay in the secret Cinderella Castle suite when you book a 2022 Disney World Florida holiday with TUI

TO stay inside Cinderella’s Castle at Disney World Florida would be a dream come true for most people.

And true to its motto of ‘making dreams come true’, the theme park’s latest competition gives a family the chance to do just that.

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To be in with a chance at winning, all you have to do is book a holiday to Disney World Florida with TUI for next year’s 50th anniversary celebrations.

To enter the competition, bookings must be made with TUI before November 9, 2021.

As part of its 50th anniversary festivities, the Orlando resort is also sweetening the deal on 2022 holidays with 14-day park tickets for the price of 7.

Families can also get up to $950 (£687) in dining credits for 2-week stays at selected Disney Resort hotels, plus $100 (£72) Disney spending money.

  • Enter the competition and book with TUI

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The secret suite within Disney’s famous fairytale castle was created for Walt Disney himself, but he died before getting a chance to stay there.

Now it is only opened up on special occasions for exclusive guests like Tom Cruise and Mariah Carey or families lucky enough to win a night in the castle.

The unbookable suite is situated on the 4th floor of the iconic Cinderella Castle in Magic Kingdom Park and boasts two four-poster beds and great views over the park.

Fairytale details include crown-shaped bathroom chandeliers and a Jacuzzi surrounded by mosaics telling the story of Cinderella and a twinkling ceiling of stars, plus a separate ‘throne room’ where you can find the loo.

Stained glass windows feature scenes from the story, and the 1950s Cinderella movie plays on a flat-screen television which transforms into a mirror when switched off.

What’s more, all guests are gifted a glass slipper as a souvenir of their magical Cinderella stay.

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