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Romantic Places at the Disneyland Resort

posted on February 13th, 2013 by Michele Himmelberg, Public Relations Director, Disneyland Resort


In a tribute to True Love Week, we’re showcasing 13 romantic places at the Disneyland Resort, hoping you’ll discover them this week for a special date, and enjoy them all year long. Some are classics and some may surprise you.

Carthay Circle Restaurant, One of Many Romantic Places at the Disneyland Resort

At Disney California Adventure park:

  1. Two seats in the balcony of Hyperion Theatre: Great for holding hands and watching “Aladdin – A Musical Spectacular,” starring Jasmine and Prince Ali.
  2. A booth at Flo’s V8 Café: Arrive just before dusk and watch the fun on Radiator Springs Racers as you sip a soda, with two straws.
  3. Carthay Circle Restaurant and Lounge: A terrace table overlooking Buena Vista Street at dusk captures the romance of a bygone era, a perfect match for a delicious meal with wine pairings.
  4. “World of Color”: Many a kiss has occurred during the “Love” sequence of this nighttime water show on Paradise Bay. The sequence features some of Disney’s romantic film couples.

Sleeping Beauty Castle, A Romantic Place at the Disneyland Resort

At Disneyland park:

  1. Sleeping Beauty Castle: Day in and day out, this one of the most popular places for a future groom to drop to one knee and ask for the hand of his fair princess.
  2. Hungry Bear Restaurant: A table by the water offers a quiet spot for an important question or a sweetheart photo.
  3. Blue Bayou: Be sure to reserve your table early at this popular restaurant inside Pirates of the Caribbean, and speak with a manager to assist in coordinating a special moment or table-service dinner proposal. (Cast members are a great resource at any of the Disneyland Resort table service restaurants.)
  4. Snow White Grotto (next to Sleeping Beauty Castle): Making a wish is a romantic notion, and it’s even dreamier at this special wishing well.
  5. Mark Twain Riverboat: How could your true love resist a nighttime ride on a riverboat, with twinkling lights, the splash of a paddle wheel, and a view that stretches across Frontierland and New Orleans Square?
  6. Court des Anges, New Orleans Square: One of the most beautiful places at the Disneyland Resort, the “Court of Angels” is a secluded courtyard with a winding staircase – an ideal spot for photos.

Fairy Tale Suite at the Disneyland Hotel

At Disneyland Resort hotels:

  1. Napa Rose patio: Dinner at Napa Rose can be romantic from any seat. Grab two spots around the firepit, on the patio just outside the lobby, and enjoy appetizers with a glass of wine on a starry evening.
  2. Fairy Tale Suite at the Disneyland Hotel: The décor and magical touches, fit for royalty, are a dream come true for your special occasion.
  3. Disneyland Hotel Rose Court Garden: Often the site of weddings, the garden is also alluring for a romantic stroll, with more than 800 lovely rose bushes.

What’s your favorite romantic place at Disneyland Resort?

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5 Comments

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Andrew on February 13th, 2013 at 6:49 pm

I’d agree with most of those, but the Court des Anges doesn’t quite fit, as it now rotates through hosting meet & greets, holiday merchandise, and the Pirates League, and is rarely the secluded photo spot it once was.

Also, the Mark Twain’s closed through March.

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Fred from CA on February 13th, 2013 at 11:42 pm

Andrew–
To my knowledge, the Court Des Anges is currently back to being a quit secluded spot. The Pirates League is gone, and it is only during the busy holiday season that the area is used as a merchandise location.

So, it is still a quite secluded spot during most of the year.

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Zoe on February 14th, 2013 at 10:12 am

I’d like to be there with my boyfriend, everything is so sweet and romantic, is perfect for a honey moon!

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Irene from CA on February 14th, 2013 at 10:35 am

I was at Disneyland yesterday and Court Des Anges is being used this week as a meet and greet for Tiana and Naveen as part of True Love Week. And yes, the Mark Twain is still down for refurbishment.

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Teresa on February 14th, 2013 at 3:23 pm

Ever since I was a little girl I thought that the wishing well at Disneyland by the castle would be a perfect place to be proposed to.

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