VIP Tour Guide Service
Live the high life and have a Disney VIP guide take care of the details: luxury airport and park transport (you enter parks through the back, just like a celeb), itinerary creation, dinner reservations, snagging good seats for live shows…they just spoil you.
Cost: $275-$315 per hour (six hour minimum) plus theme park admission
Sip and Sail: I swear I heard Robin Leach say “here’s to champagne wishes and caviar dreams” when I boarded the Grand 1, Disney’s 52-foot, two-level yacht, for a VIP afternoon of sparkling wine and tasty amuse-bouche. As the captain and his first mate deftly launched from the Grand Floridian Resort and elegantly cruised on Disney World’s expansive Seven Seas Lagoon, our private butler, who was delightful and quite attentive, kept the party going. If toasting on a luxury craft is not enough, on select nights you can book a voyage during “Wishes” – a dazzling display of fireworks above the Magic Kingdom. The private butler and dining/cocktail service is extra – but if you are going to do it – why not do it with flair?
Cost: Starts at $520 per 60 minutes and maximum of 12 guests.
Reservations: 407- 824 -2682
Driving fast and fabulous: Richard Petty Exotic Driving Experience at Disney WorldGetting behind the wheel of an expensive, high-performance supercar was pretty high up on my bucket list. With a fleet of some of the world’s finest automobiles – like Ferrari, Lamborghini, Audi, and Porche – and a track specifically designed for the ultimate “petal-to-the-metal” experience – Disney slaked my need for speed. The only thing missing was the custom leather and rhinestone racing suit and thigh-high racing boots with 5-inch heels. Next time I’ll remember to pack it…
Cost: Starts at $169
Circus Done Sexy…
Whether you are a Cirque Du Soleil vet like me, or you’ve never experienced this theatrical joyride of music, fantasy, acrobatics and choreography – Cirque at Disney is a “can’t miss”. Cirque’s La Nouba (translated, “to live it up”) is performed in a theater specially built for the avant-garde spectacle and takes you into a vivid world where dreams and nightmares collide. Aim for a seat off the ground floor and toward the middle for a panaramic view (you’re gonna need it) and ladies – wait until you see the aerial ballet in silk. Muy caliente!
Cost: Starts at $64