Tom Cruise treated daughter Suri to a night in Cinderella Castle.

The 'Rock of Ages' actor - whose divorce settlement from Katie Holmes was agreed last month - took the six-year-old tot to Disney World in Orlando, Florida, last week and as a special treat he booked them into the suite in the iconic castle.

While the suite cannot be booked by guests for any price, Disney chooses who can stay there, so thanks to her movie star father little Suri was one of the lucky ones.

The 17th Century bedchamber - which boasts a 24-hour concierge and private elevator - features a 600lb antique limestone fireplace which uses fibre optics to create a fire with glowing embers, 8ft tall headboards displaying C for Cinderella and a painting of the Disney princesses that magically transforms into a television.

The bedchamber leads to a private sitting room where there are stained glass windows telling the story of Cinderella, while the garden themed bathroom boasts a night sky full of twinkling stars.

The suite - which was originally planned by Walt Disney as a very special vacation home for his family, but he died five years before the park's completion - also boasts a very special wake-up call from Cinderella.

Previous guests to stay at the Cinderella Suite include Kevin Jonas and his wife Danielle, who celebrated their first wedding anniversary there in December 2010.

Tom - who said he was ''blindsided'' by Katie's decision to file for divorce in June after five years of marriage - has been given extensive visitation rights to Suri and Katie was awarded full custody.

The father-and-daughter duo enjoyed some quality time in Disney World last week before he handed the little girl back to Katie in New York.

Tom, 50, also has two children, Isabella, 19, and 17-year-old Connor, with second wife Nicole Kidman.