The name refers to the address in New Orleans Square, above the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction, w the park has expanded a private apartment to include a dining room that is now available for rent.
The new dining room may be a way for the park to attract big-spending visitors who can’t get into Club 33, the members-only restaurant that has a years-long waiting list, said Robert Niles, a theme park expert and founder of Themeparkinsider.com.
The dining room is decorated in aqua blue with gold trimming, a fireplace and paintings that depict old New Orleans life.
The dining room is connected to a two-bedroom suite, dubbed the Dream Suite.
The 21 Royal dining room includes a balcony that overlooks Rivers of America, offering a prime spot for watching the “Fantasmic” water and light show.
The dining room represents only one of several high-priced options at the theme park.