'Ice Palace Boutique' joins Frozen Summer Fun at Disney's Hollywood Studios later this month

Jul 16, 2015 in "'Frozen' Summer Fun - Live at Disney's Hollywood Studios"

Disney's Hollywood studios will open the 'Ice Palace Boutique' on July 26, a place where guests ages 3-12 can undergo a Frozen inspired transformation.

Located in the former American Idol audition area, just across from the ABC Commissary, the 'Ice Palace Boutique' will offer four packages to fit various budgets.

  • Frozen Summer Fun Boutique Package – This package includes Anna or Elsa-inspired shimmering makeup palette, face gems, nail polish, a braided hair piece with sparkling snowflake accessory and an exclusive photo opportunity. Package retail: $75, includes tax.

  • Ice Palace Boutique Package – This package includes the items offered in the Frozen Summer Fun Boutique Package. It also includes access to the Ice Palace Café and reserved seating at one of the “For the First Time in Forever: A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration” shows. Package retail: $175, includes tax.

  • Ice Palace Boutique Deluxe Package – This package includes an Anna or Elsa costume plus the items offered in the Ice Palace Boutique Package. Package retail: $240, includes tax.

  • Olaf-inspired package that includes a glitter hairstyle and Olaf tee-shirt. Reservations are not required for this package and will only be available on-site at the location. Package retail: $19.95, plus tax.

Also part of the higher priced packages is reserved seating for a showing of the Frozen sing-along at the Hyperion Theater. The Ice Palace Boutique Package and the Ice Palace Boutique Deluxe Package is for up to 6 guests, including the child getting the magical transformation.

Those higher end packages also include access to the Ice Palace Cafe, where additional party members can enjoy the exclusive Ice Palace Café, an immersive “Frozen”-themed café with included snacks while they wait for their Anna or Elsa.

Reservations open 7am July 17 on 407-827-7400. The location may be able to accommodate guests without reservations on a limited, first-come, first-serve basis each day.

The 'Ice Palace Boutique' will be available for a limited time, through to the conclusion of Frozen Summer Fun on September 7 2015.

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Article Posted: Jul 16, 2015 / 10:43am EDT
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Next Big ThingAug 18, 2015

Saw this pic today of what the inside area of the boutique looks like at the old AI Experience audition rooms:

RamenAug 18, 2015

Are there any plans to extend the Frozen Boutique past the September 7th date? Or possibly open a full fledged Bibbity Bobbity Boutique?

ghtJul 17, 2015

I can't speak for what is coming to WDW, but I can tell you that the hairstyles at the one in DL are much better than the ones done at DL's BBB and they hold up much better as well.

Next Big ThingJul 16, 2015

What is the "Ice Palace Cafe"?

delyriumJul 16, 2015

I think the Disneyland version looked like a decent value. This, not so much.

BrerJonJul 16, 2015

So some people were saying this is good value... sheesh. $240 for a $30 dollar dress the kid will grow out of in a year, $10 of makeup, a cheap $10 hair extension and a couple of cupcakes... Disney truly is for those with more money than sense.

delyriumJul 16, 2015

Wow. At those prices, that's a big NOPE.

wdwmagicJul 16, 2015

'Ice Palace Boutique' joins Frozen Summer Fun at Disney's Hollywood Studios later this month

dodgr98Jul 03, 2015

I'm liking this because my six year old daughter likes this idea......

Next Big ThingJul 03, 2015

I hadn't noticed that, but yeah. Post the link in the thread, but no need to edit the original post.

FutureWorld1982Jul 03, 2015

I can't understand why WDWMagic continues to edit the original posts just to include their links... How sad.

BocabearJul 02, 2015

How do they keep coming up with these amazing, ground breaking ideas!?! Wow a Frozen Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique! So amazingly original and special! Can't wait to see what they close to put this in!!

Biff215Jul 02, 2015

We've done BBB a bunch and that's a good price in DLR, will be interesting to see what WDW charges. We'll be there mid-July, so maybe we can give it a try. Any updates on reservations would be appreciated!