I love the new enhancements made to the Disneyland Hotel, and rather than gutting it and trying to make it something more flashy and new, they instead went a different route, and decided to play up it's original design, adding a lot of classic Disneyland design elements from the 1950's and early 60's. It is funny to think that this era is as far away to us now, as Main Street USA was to the people of 1955 when Disneyland opened. The very time of Disneyland's origins is now nostalgia in itself, and Disneyland's very unique contribution to kitsch pop culture is an important thing to remember and celebrate. It makes me happy that Disney is finally starting to realize this, and that so many appreciate this. I hope they spread some of this feeling more into the park itself as well. One area that could benefit from this concept would be the Fantasyland Theater. I always wished they would make it a more permanent looking structure, and swank it up a notch. One great way to do this would to use elements of Fantasyland's 1950's tournament tent design. Don't try to make it too serious in its design - play up the fun element with crazy colors and tons of flags. The postcard below is an example of what I mean... I would love to see some if this style brought back to Fantasyland.