A Disney Cruise has state of the art magic touches, lively entertainment, places to relax and more. For guests who have never experienced a Disney cruise, stateroom choices can seem overwhelming. Below are 5 Common Disney Cruise Line Stateroom questions.
What Staterooms Are Offered?
Each Disney Cruise ship has 4 general categories of staterooms. The design and layout may vary by ship. Not all staterooms are created equal, learn the overview of each below.
- Concierge: These suites are the most spacious rooms on board, and sleeps 5-7 guests. All suite options come with a verandah and come with dedicated Concierge Services.
- Oceanview with Verandah: These staterooms sleep 3-5 guests. Offering a private verandah with ocean views.
- Oceanview: These staterooms sleep 3-4 guests and offer an ocean view with an in-room porthole.
- Inside: These staterooms sleep 3-4 guests. While it is the most basic stateroom, it is still larger than most standard staterooms found elsewhere.
What Are The Size Of The Staterooms?
Now that you know the categories of the Staterooms, you may be wondering how big are they? The staterooms can vary in size depending on location and which ship you choose.
- Concierge: 306- 622 sq. ft. (including verandah). A royal suite can be as big as 1781 sq. ft. (including verandah).
- Oceanview with Verandah: 246 sq. ft. – 299 sq. ft. (including verandah)
- Oceanview: 204 sq. ft. – 241 sq. ft.
- Inside: 169 sq. ft. – 184 sq. ft. A deluxe inside stateroom can be as big as 214 sq. ft.
Are There Connecting Staterooms?
Yes, each of the Disney Cruise ships contain connecting staterooms. However, on board Disney Magic and Disney Wonder there is a limited number of connecting staterooms, available on first come first serve basis. On board Disney Dream or Disney Fantasy guests will find more options, with over 500 connecting staterooms to choose from. These 2 ships were specifically designed with families and larger groups in mind. In addition, staterooms featuring verandahs have a removable divider, creating a large balcony to share.
Can I Choose My Stateroom?
Yes, guests may choose a specific available stateroom. Do so at time of booking. Otherwise, guests will have a room assigned to them within their chosen category. Do keep in mind, choose a room big enough to accommodate your entire party as extra cots are not available.
What Are Some In-Room Features?
A Disney cruise is unlike any other with magical details. Guests may find extra pixie dust, such as Peter Pan flying overhead. Guests will find elevated beds, with underneath storage. This is perfect for storing your luggage. Guests of Disney Dream or Disney Fantasy can find a magical virtual window, with occasional views of a Disney Character! Complimentary room service is also offered on all Disney cruise ships. Of course, Disney Movies are available day and night.
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