High above the streets and courtyards of New Orleans Square, hidden from public view and the bustle of a typical day at Disneyland is a page of old New Orleans that even the proud Creole society might have chosen and cherished as its own.
Here French doors open onto balconies that overlook Disneyland's own muddy Mississippi, the Rivers of America. Here in the tradition of the good host, Walt Disney and his staff planned and executed Disneyland's most exclusive setting -- part elegant dining room, part relaxed refreshment center, part distinguished art gallery, part meeting room and part private showplace.
Here, away from the general public, adult beverages are available, including the finest of wines to match the house food specialties.
This was Walt Disney's concept -- an elegant, exclusive club . . . a place for conversation, and a conversation piece in its own right.
This membership is designed for organizations to make Club 33 available to a number of their executives, and has a membership fee of $20,000. This entitles the corporate member to designate up to nine associate members. Dues for Charter members are $5,000 per member and $3,750 for each Associate member per year. All memberships are transferable to other executives in the corporation.
Members no longer in the employ of the corporate member's company must surrender the membership cards to Club 33. The corporate members may then designate another member of his company.
Limited Corporate Membership
This membership is designed for organizations wishing to make Club 33 available to one of their executives, and has a membership fee of $10,000. This entitles the corporation to transfer the membership to another employee whenever necessary. For individual members, credit is extended based upon the membership fee initially paid if a transfer of membership is desired. Dues are $3,750 per year.
This particular membership is for individuals and is available at Gold or Silver levels. $7,500 for a Gold membership fee and $2,500 annual dues. $4,500 for a Silver membership fee and $1,500 annual dues. These memberships are nontransferable.
Members will be billed monthly for all charges.
All members must have a valid membership card to gain entrance to Club 33. Additional utilization of the card is to spouse only, with reservations accepted only from the cardholder, the spouse or the cardholder's secretary. Use of the membership card is subject to the terms covering membership agreed to by the member in the membership application.
The membership card entitles the member and a party of nine to free parking and admission through the Main Entrance of Disneyland (except when special tickets are the only admission to a special event or private party). This privilege is applicable when the members plan to dine at Club 33. If the card is used for admission but the member does not dine at the Club the member will be billed for the regular price of admission. If the member is unable to accompany the guests, the Club will arrange admission for them at no charge.
Members may purchase Disneyland passports through Club 33 for pick-up at the Guest Relations Booth. The membership card authorizes the member to receive credit by signing special charge slips when presented at Club 33 and other restaurants and merchandise locations owned and operated by Disneyland park.
We reserve the right to approve or disapprove any membership to assure that our high standards are maintained.
To remain a member in good standing, dues must be paid annually within thirty (30) days following receipt of invoice.
Usage of Club 33 is by reservation only. It is advisable to call for reservations well in advance.
Private parties utilizing the entire Club facilities are available upon member's request with the required minimum number of guests.
Membership information provided by John Naioti 07 DEC 95
UPDATE: anon 13 JUL 98
The new Club 33 membership is as follows: no longer are the silver memberships offered, only the gold and individual. Apparently in the year 1999-2000 there were some legal problems with the "wording" of the transfer of ownership between a husband and wife, and Disney was dragged into the middle of it. No status or any other kind of letter were sent out because of this; for all of you wondering were you were in line! The only thing I could not verify was the individual ownership/gold membership prices, but I'll get it. Also, you may take as many people as you wish into the park with you, just as long as you eat lunch or dinner at club 33, otherwise you will be charged for all admissions in your monthly billing.
UPDATE: anon 04 JUN 01