The company announced this week that it would allow people to rent a single day of their honeymoon at Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
They will then be able to bring in a Disney-branded guest bed, while staying at the park.
Guests can rent their own room, and then use their own Disney-licensed Disney-approved hotel rooms to stay.
The deal is a major step in Disney’s strategy to make the parks more affordable and accessible to families.
They also announced that guests will no longer have to book hotel rooms for every Disney-owned property.
“It’s our commitment to ensure that our guests have a choice when it comes to their hotel stay,” said Disney Chief Financial Officer Paul Tassi in a statement.
“With this new policy, guests will be able enjoy the luxury of choosing the best hotel suites and stay in one of our Disney-themed hotel suites when they choose to stay at the Hollywood Studios.”
The deal will also include free rides at Disney theme parks, and Disney will be offering complimentary tickets to all of its theme parks on the Disney Disney Travel Club app.
Disney said that this new offer is part of a broader effort to bring more affordable travel to families across the globe, including offering more affordable flights to select destinations.
The company also said that it is planning a variety of additional initiatives, including more affordable hotel stays for families in Europe.
The new agreement also comes as Disney prepares to announce a number of new initiatives in the coming months.
Disney will announce plans to launch its own digital media platform, Disney+ for Business, in 2018.
Disney has previously announced plans to expand its content delivery network to include other content, including movies and TV shows.