I'm not sure if I'm posting at the right location. I need to vent. Is anyone else as ticked off as I am? I'm going to copy and paste a timeline together: The Suite is reserved specially for random guest winners. For example, the 43rd person to go through the turn styles of Star Tours could be the winner. It is very random. That person's family gets to stay in the castle, be in a parade in Magic Kingdom, and have a personal guide take them around the park and treat you like royalty. I went on the Key of the Kingdom tour last summer and we were taken underground into the tunnel system and we got to see top secret pictures and pieces of furniture and decorations in the suite and it is BEAUTIFUL. On the tour, we were told that Miley Cyrus got to spend a night in the suite because she was doing a performance the next day. Faith Hill and Tim McGraw offered Disney World a free concert for a chance for her family to spend a night in the suite, but Disney turned them down. They said it's not about the money, no amount of money or offer can get you a night in Cinderella's castle. Sorry to say, unless you are chosen, admiring it from afar is the closest thing we all will get to getting into the suite. This is from there own form: The incredible suite at Cinderella Castle is not currently available to be rented. The suite was awarded at random during last year's Year of a Million Dreams celebration. A different family was chosen each day to spend the night in the suite. I cannot tell you what the future plans are for the castle suite, but at this time, it is not offered as an accommodation option to guests visiting the Walt Disney World resort. You could book a room at the Contemporary Resort with a Castle view, and I would say that the view from the Contemporary when the fireworks are going off would even make Cinderella a little jealous! Then I saw this: Tom Cruise has been pulling out all the stops when it comes to daughter Suri lately. Since his split with wife Katie Holmes six weeks ago, the actor has turned his solo visits with his 6-year-old into fun and exciting excursions helicopter rides, beach days in the Hamptons, and even a trip to Disney World last week. But the father-daughter duo didn't just take a ride on Space Mountain and spin on the Tea Cups and call it a day. Cruise, 50, also arranged for a once-in-a-lifetime experience for his little princess by booking the ultra-exclusive Cinderella Castle Suite. According to Tom Bricker, who owns *****************.com and has gotten two tours of the suite since it opened in 2007, "It's typically not open to the general public and it's not available for any nightly rate. It's seldom used." As for how Cruise got in: "It's been implied that the celebrity makes a donation to charity, but it's not really known for sure." This was reportedly not Cruise's first stay and other celebs, including Mariah Carey, have previously been granted permission to take up residence for the night. I thought what they did before was a good idea, a kid from a low income family had just as much a chance to stay there as a Suri Cruise. I guess with Disney money does really talk. They should just rip it out of there now that it's only availiable to the privileged.