Welcome to The Hollywood Tower Hotel
Where you are entering……..
The Twilight Zone
Do, do do do, Do, do do do, Do, do do do……….
“You unlock this door with the key of imagination. Beyond it is another dimension – a dimension of sound, a dimension of sight, a dimension of mind. You’re moving into a land of both shadow and substance, of things and ideas. You’ve just crossed over into the Twilight Zone!”
Da, da, da, da, DAH!
Beware of ghosts wandering the halls.
The Twilight Zone’s Hollywood Tower of Terror
at Disney Hollywood Studios in Orlando, Florida
They say it is haunted by ghosts……
The beautiful gardens surrounding the hotel.
All the intricate designs, the architecture, and the beautiful bougainvillea.
The Tower of Terror is a ride at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. It is also my most favorite ride ever.
I love everything about it. The beautiful tall building, the architecture, the grounds and it’s beautiful flora and fauna, the ‘Twilight Zone’ story to it, the beautiful set decorations inside and outside, the ‘ghostly’ beings, the once beautiful old Hollywood Hotel theme, the bell hops, and the falling elevator thrill ride. I could ride it over and over again. It is a ride that cannot injure you. It’s just pulling you up and then down. A tickling in your stomach, that’s all.
Care to check in?
Would you like a bell hop to carry your bags to your rooms?
How about some tea?
Old Hollywood glamour, set in the 1940’s, swanky hotel, bell hops, ghosts, vintage luggage, cobwebs all around, falling elevators, lightening strikes and of course this all takes place in…….
THE TWILIGHT ZONE
Right this way, please. You’ll be in room 1313.
This is my Homage to Twilight Zone’s Tower of Terror
Gordon and Julie Checking in
This is my grandmother’s vintage luggage. The fur (fake) coat once belonged to my mother in her youth. The vintage purse I found at a thrift store along with the poodle. The black gloves were also my grandmothers.
Just ring the bell and someone will help you.
DO NOT DISTURB
The vintage travel alarm clock above belonged to my mother when she was young. It ticks very loudly and the ring is so annoyingly loud that you just wonder how she could have gotten any sleep with that thing next to her all night.
Care to wait in the lobby?
Can I offer you a White Lady?
May I offer you a cocktail?
How about my favorite drink, A Lady in White?
Don’t forget to pick up a little souvenir snow globe of the hotel in the lobby gift shop on your way out.
Now just take the elevator up to your room.
No one ever checks out!
You have now entered The Twilight Zone……..
Da, da da da DAH!
The Tower of Terror at night is just as exciting and beautiful as it is in the daytime.
Beware the Lady in White
You can always hear her screams.