Aspiring princesses want to know.

Perri Ormont Blumberg
June 15, 2018

The Cinderella Castle Suite at Walt Disney World is a feast for your eyes: The handsome sitting room features French-inspired decor, the entertainment center's mirror doubles as a television, and the bedroom boasts custom-made headboards (with Cinderella's royal crest, of course), to name a few of the incredible details.

But can anyone book a night in these fairy-tale digs? Not quite. As Huffington Post states in an article on Disney Park secrets, "...it’s typically reserved for contest winners or other special occasions."

A representative for Disney confirms to Southern Living that the public can't book a night at the Castle, as it is only used for promotional purposes. Recently, for instance, Disney World did a "Fairy Tale Wedding Contest" with Good Morning America in search of a couple who deserved a "royal" wedding of their own. As part of the giveaway, the winners got to spend a night in the Cinderella Castle Suite. However, there are no ongoing contests or opportunities for guests to "win" a stay there. But hey, don't get too discouraged, save your pennies and you could just buy your own pad at the  Four Seasons Private Residences at the Happiest Place on Earth. Or keep your eyes peeled for the next contest!