From the OC Register:
Some families changed their flights. One guest postponed a job interview. And others invited family and friends to gather on the balcony to watch Fantasmic.
As of last Friday, 17 parties had won overnight stays at the Disneyland Dream Suite, which opened Jan. 31, said Steve Arneson, manager of the Dream Squad at the Disneyland Resort, during sessions with reporters last week.
The suite gives winners, who are randomly selected at spots in Disney property, the chance to spend a night at a special apartment in Disneyland over the Pirates of the Caribbean ride.
The suite only has enough room for six people to sleep there. But guests have invited up to 16 people to watch the Fantasmic! show from the balcony. Overnight guests get a two-hour tour after the park closes and receive a gift basket, including a crystal bowls engraved with their names and the dates of their stay.
Disney has committed to 266 nights, but may extend the contest another year.