Disney is giving a makeover to one of their most luxurious, and secretive theme park hangouts … the exclusive Club 33.
Don’t feel bad if you’ve never been to Club 33, it’s hidden location can be found deep in Disneyland‘s New Orleans Square and is rumored to cost at least $25,000 just to join. The swanky restaurant and lounge opened in 1967 and was originally used as a place for Walt Disney to entertain V.I.P. guests and business associates.
According to documents obtained by The Blast, Disney just filed a slew of documents to update the logo for the club — a “33” inside an oval design with four triangle shapes outside of the oval.
They are making sure to blanket the use of the logo for not only the restaurant, but also a ton of merchandise — that more than likely can’t be purchased unless you’re lucky enough to visit the club.
The OG Club 33 is in Disneyland, with two similar locations at Tokyo Disneyland and Shanghai Disneyland. There will also be four new locations opening in Walt Disney World, so it’s possible the fresh logo will be for the new clubs.