The most expensive place on earth! Disneyland is selling for $185 a shot of Remy Martin served in a mini waffle cup — about the same price as a ticket to the park
- The $185 shot is offered at the Grand Californian Hotel & Spa
- Disney fanatics can sample a small portion of alcohol from a $4,000 bottle of Remy Martin Louis XIII Grande Champagne Cognac.
- A less expensive option is also available with other alcohol options for $17
Disneyland fans who want to venture out for the full holiday experience can drop $185 on a limited-edition holiday shot of cognac served in a mini waffle glass.
An expensive glass of wine is served on a special holiday cart menu at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Resort in Anaheim.
Disney fanatics looking to treat themselves to the park over New Year’s weekend will pay upwards of $1,000 a night — with park tickets going as high as $189.
They can continue to add to their bill with the expensive drink, a shot of Remy Martin Louis XIII Grande Champagne Cognac that costs upwards of $4,000 a bottle.
$185 mini waffle cup is served on a vacation cart at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Resort in Anaheim
Disney fanatics can sample a small portion of alcohol from a $4,000 bottle of Remy Martin Louis XIII
The hotel also offers waffle meals with less expensive alcohol options for $17.
Those looking to stay within a decent price range can choose from nine different hard liquors including Captain Morgan Spiced Rum, RumChata, and Bailey’s Irish Cream.
A non-alcoholic waffle shot with a choice of milk or low-fat milk is also offered starting at $9.
Other alcoholic options on offer in the holiday cart include hot, spiced cider with a choice of Grand Marnier, Captain Morgan Spiced Rum, or Bailey’s Irish Cream.
Aside from the wine, the goodies on offer include mouse-shaped gingerbread cookies and a variety of different breads.
The menu price for the expensive drink is not listed and instead reads “inquire”. A less expensive option is also available with other alcohol options for $17
Other things are also offered in the holiday cart, including a variety of cookie choices
Disney fans have been known to go to extremes to enjoy the holiday season at the park. As of December, a one-day Bouncy Park pass is offered for $279
Ticket prices at the theme park unexpectedly rose earlier this month from $166 to $189 for the most expensive tickets at prime time.
The entertainment giant said that over the past 10 years, they’ve invested $31 billion in their parks.
Across the park overall, average wait times increase from 39 minutes to 49 minutes in 2022.
Popular attractions, such as Web Slingers: A Spiderman Adventure and Indiana Jones, have been known to suffer unplanned downtime.
The most common reasons for downtime are maintenance, health issues with visitors, and weather.
New ticket prices mean a family of four will spend more than $750 on tickets, up from $665, not including meals, hotels, travel or souvenirs.
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