ANAHEIM, CA - MAY 5: Fireworks explode under cloudy skies as Disney dignitaries and characters appear in front of Sleeping Beauty Castle at the close of ceremonies for the 50th anniversary of Disneyland May 5, 2005 in Anaheim, California. Sleeping Beauty Castle, like many other attractions at Disneyland, is adorned with special decorations for today's anniversary events. Disneyland, in southern California, is the original Disneyland theme park founded by Walt Disney in 1955. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)
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By Autumn Rose / GoBankingRates
September 20, 2016

A trip to the Disney parks, whether it’s Florida’s Disney World or California’s Disneyland, is sure to be a magical experience for visitors of all ages. But the VIP experience makes the adventure all the more magical.

VIP Tours

Disney VIP tours are a great way to experience the best of what the parks have to offer. These tours can accommodate groups of all ages and even groups of 10 adults. Tours include behind-the-scenes access to special attractions, expedited entry to rides, exclusive transportation and more.

Ultimate Day for Young Families VIP Tour

Cost: $299 per person

Where: Walt Disney World

Designed with children 10 years old and younger in mind, this family-friendly vacation tour package includes expedited ride entry, lunch, special access to select family-focused attractions and live seated shows.

Ultimate Day of Thrills VIP Tour

Cost: $299 per person

Where: Walt Disney World

This Disney World package includes expedited entry to all of the action-packed rides, lunch, a VIP tour of the Animal Kingdom and exclusive transportation between parks.

Private Premium VIP Tours

Cost: $400 to $600 per hour, based on season

Where: Walt Disney World

Get VIP seating for parades, shows and more, plus a tour guide who will lead a customized Disney experience. Available for groups of up to 10 guests.

Disneyland Resort VIP Tours

Cost: From $2,400 for up to 10 guests

Where: Disneyland

This customizable tour requires a minimum of six hours to complete. Get priority access to over 30 attractions, like character greetings and shows.

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Hollywood Disneyland Tour

Cost: From $3,000 per adult

Where: Disneyland

This six-day private event with your own itinerary plus a Hollywood tour, a Jim Henson Company visit, access to Walt Disney Imagineering and more. Get priority entrance to the park and meals in this package.

Hotels Rooms, Suites, Villas, and Club-Level Access

Disney offers rooms, suites and villas at every price point. High spenders, however, get all the exclusive hotel perks, like VIP lounges, access to special events and, of course, luxurious rooms to sleep.

Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel Rooms with Club-Level Service

Cost: $352 to $385 per night

Where: Anaheim, Calif.

Paradise Pier rooms with club-level service include complimentary wine, beer and appetizers, exclusive access to the Beachcomber Club, a computer with internet access, snacks, daily activities and continental breakfast.

Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel Suites

Cost: From $627 per night

Where: Anaheim, Calif.

With one- and two-bedroom suites available, Disney’s Paradise Pier Hotel offers all the fixings for a VIP vacation. Amenities include Wi-Fi, satellite TV, daily newspaper delivery and more.

Disneyland Hotel Rooms with Club-Level Service

Cost: $550 or $580 per night

Where: Anaheim, Calif.

Rooms with club-level service include a view of fireworks from the Craftman’s Club accompanied by a soundtrack, plus personal assistance from the club staff. Additional amenities include access to select activities outlined in the E-Ticket Gazette, personalized vacation planning services, snacks, table games and books, and more.

Disney’s Animal Kingdom Villas

Cost: From $585 to $882 per night

Where: Lake Buena Vista, Fla.

Nestled in Kidani Village is Disney’s Animal Kingdom Villas, each with fully equipped kitchens. Enjoy free Wi-Fi and a whirlpool tub after your trip to the park, plus, in select rooms, a view of one of the savannas.

Disneyland Hotel Suites

Cost: From $677 per night

Where: Anaheim, Calif.

With one- to three-bedroom suites available, and costs upwards of $1,018 per night, the Disneyland Hotel suites offer all the perks of VIP travel. With free Wi-Fi, satellite TV, vanity area and more, you’ll feel like a king or queen in your very own kingdom.

Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel Rooms With Club-Level Service

Cost: $650 or $733 per night

Where: Anaheim, Calif.

Experience the magic of Disneyland from your hotel. With exclusive access to the Craftsman’s Club, guests can watch the fireworks with soundtrack from the park. The hotel also offers afternoon tea, wine and cheese reception, cookies and desserts from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m., and much more.

Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel Suites

Cost: From $920 per night

Where: Anaheim, Calif.

Grand California Hotel suites include amenities such as Wi-Fi, robes, satellite TV, newspaper delivery and balconies and patios. The suites can accommodates large groups, so bring the family.

Disney’s Contemporary Resort Suites With Club-Level Service

Cost: From $1,066 per night

Where: Lake Buena Vista, Fla.

The Contemporary suites include access to concierge service, pre-arrival itinerary planning, personalized front desk and guest services, and more.

The Villas at Grand Floridian Resort

Cost: From $768 per night

Where: Lake Buena Vista, Fla.

These lake-view villas come with a fully equipped kitchen and refrigerator — so you can cook on vacation — free Wi-Fi, a Blu-ray player, Pack ‘n Play crib and more.

Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort Suites With Club-Level Access

Cost: From $1,256 or $1,942 per night

Where: Lake Buena Vista, Fla.

Choose from a one- or two-bedroom suite with view of the courtyard pool or the Seven Seas Lagoon. Get all the perks of Disney’s club-level rooms, including club-level refreshments, itinerary planning and more.

Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort Casitas Executive Suite

Cost: From $1,183 per night

Where: Lake Buena Vista, Fla.

The Executive Suite includes two queen beds and one king bed, enough for the kings, queens, princes and princesses of the family to comfortably sleep. Amenities include free Wi-Fi, a coffee maker, in-room safe, mini-refrigerator and more.

Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort Suite With Club-Level Access

Cost: From $1,107 per night

Where: Lake Buena Vista, Fla.

Vacation like a VIP in a club-level, one-bedroom suite with views of the marina, two queen beds and one day bed. Amenities include pre-arrival itinerary planning for your Walt Disney World trip, complimentary health club access, concierge service, personalized front desk services and more.

Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort Bungalow

Cost: $2,272 per night

Where: Lake Buena Vista, Fla.

The Polynesian Village bungalow includes a lake view, one king bed, one queen bed, a queen-size sleeper sofa and two bunk-size pull-down beds — enough beds for every Sleeping Beauty in the family. With a fully equipped kitchen with refrigerator and washer and dryer, this bungalow offers all the perks of home on vacation.

Dining and Entertainment

You can’t visit a Disney resort without taking advantage of the fine dining options offered throughout the parks. From wine-tasting dinners with prix fixe menus to American, Mediterranean and African cuisine, there’s something for every palette and taste.

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Citricos Chef’s Domain

Cost: More than $60 per person

Where: Walt Disney World, Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa

Tank tops and swimsuits are not welcome for this fine dining experience. With Mediterranean-infused American cuisine, this restaurant is a fanciful treat after your day at the parks.

Victoria & Albert’s

Cost: More than $60 per person

Where: Walt Disney World, Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa

Ease into this restaurant’s opulence with a glass of wine chosen from over 700 selections. Awarded with the AAA Five Diamond Award since 2000, Victoria & Albert’s offers American cuisine you won’t forget.

Jiko — The Cooking Place

Cost: More than $60 per person

Where: Walt Disney World, Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge

Enjoy African, Indian and Mediterranean-inspired dishes, beef short rib and South African wine pairings from Jiko — The Cooking Place.

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Flying Fish

Cost: More than $60 per person

Where: Walt Disney World, Disney’s BoardWalk

Get the Chef’s Tasting Wine Dinner for an elegant five-course prix fixe menu paired with wines — the perfect dinner option for older groups. For families, the restaurant allows guests ages 10 and older.

World of Color Dessert Party

Cost: $79 per person

Where: Disney California Adventure Park, Paradise Park

Enjoy a sweet end to your day at the park with Disney’s World of Color Dessert Party, hosted by the Paradise Pier waterfront. Taste desserts and enjoy reserved seating in the preferred viewing area for the park’s World of Color nighttime show.

Wishes Fireworks Holiday Dessert Party

Cost: $79 per adult, $47 per child ages 3 to 9

Where: Walt Disney World, Magic Kingdom Park

Wishes come true with sweet treats at the Tomorrow Terrace. With reserved viewing seats for the holiday parade and fireworks, this event is offered select nights between Nov. 7 and Dec. 22 this year.

Listed prices do not include taxes and fees.

This article originally appeared on GoBankingRates.

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