Disney Cruise Line Staterooms

Jackie P (15 Posts)

I have visited the Disney Parks, (Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resorts) over twenty-five times, visited Aulani, and sailed nine times with Disney Cruise Line on all four ships in the fleet. Having a special needs family member places another dimension of planning for and visiting the Disney Parks and sailing with Disney, and I have to say that it is these vacations that have allowed us to see the greatest developmental improvements in our now teen aged son.


 

Disney Cruise Line boasts some of the largest staterooms in the cruise industry. In addition, Disney’s bathroom layout offers the industry first split-bath configuration. The split-bath offers two separate rooms, one room having a tub/shower and a sink and the second room has a toilet and sink. This is convenient for Guests as it allows two people to get ready at the same time. The bathrooms in Concierge level deviate from this configuration and the category 11 staterooms do not offer the split-bath.

STORAGE

Disney has incorporated a clever use of storage space in their staterooms, offering even greater comfort and convenience to Guests. Most staterooms have two sliding door closets or two hinged door closets (depending on the ship), and all four ships have ample storage space beneath the bed for a few suitcases of regular size. Guests will find more storage areas with the several dresser drawers that are built into the desk area. Some staterooms on the Disney Magic offer dressers, where some cabins on the Disney Wonder offer steamer trunks.

CABIN APPOINTMENTS

-private bath, sink, toilet, with H2O toiletries,

-desk and chair area with appropriate outlets,

-hand held blow dryers on the Disney Magic, Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy, wall mounted hair dryer on the Disney Wonder,

-closets with sliding doors (Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy), closets with hinged doors (Disney Magic and Disney Wonder),

-electronic safe which can accommodate passports, wallets and other valuables (not laptop computers),

-coffee table with adjustable heights,

-some staterooms, those accommodating five Guests have an armchair,

-alarm clock,

-life jackets,

-bedside lamps,

-ice bucket,

-beverage cooler (this is not a mini-fridge, but similar in size and built into the desk area),

-privacy curtain between sitting area and main bed,

-pull out single sleeper sofa, pull out berth from the ceiling,

-some staterooms (5 people staterooms) have an additional Murphy bed,

-thermostat (dial configuration on the Disney Magic and Disney Wonder; digital on the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy)

STATEROOM CATEGORIES

Category 11A- 11C- Standard Inside Stateroom (maximum occupancy 4; size 184 sq. ft. on Disney Magic and Disney Wonder; 169 sq. ft. on Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy; no split bath).

Category 10A – Deluxe Inside Stateroom all four ships, as well, 10B 10C Deluxe Inside Stateroom on the Disney Magic and Disney Wonder (maximum occupancy 4; size 214 sq. ft. on the Disney Magic and Disney Wonder; 204 sq. ft. on the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy).

Deluxe Inside Stateroom

DCL Inside Stateroom

Magical Porthole Staterooms are found in all inside staterooms aboard the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy. These staterooms offer real-time feed from the exterior of the ship via a large port hole like screen, making Guests feel as if they have an ocean view. The real-time feeds even reflect the position of the stateroom on the ship.

DCL Magical Porthole

Category 9A-D- Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom all four ships (maximum occupancy 4; size 214 sq.ft. on the Disney Magic and Disney Wonder; 204 sq. ft. on the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy)

Category 8 A-D- Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom (exclusive to the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy; maximum occupancy 5; size 241 sq.ft.)

Category 7A- Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Navigator’s Verandah (maximum occupancy 3; size 268 sq.ft. on Disney Magic and Disney Wonder; 246 sq.ft. on the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy- verandah sizes included)

Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with large porthole window and Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Navigator’s Verandah, second photo.

DCL Oceanview Stateroom

DCL Navigators Verandah

Category 6A Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah on all four ships, as well, Category 6B- Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah on the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy (maximum occupancy 4; size 268 sq. ft. on the Disney Magic and Disney Wonder; 246 sq. ft. on the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy- verandah sizes included)

Category 5A-5C- Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah on all four ships, as well, 5D-5E Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah on the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy (maximum occupancy 4; size 268 sq. ft. on the Disney Magic and Disney Wonder; 246 sq. ft. on the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy-inclusive of verandah size)

Category 4A-4B- Deluxe Family  Oceanview with Verandah on all four ships, as well, 4C-4D on the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy and 4E on the Disney Magic and Disney Wonder (maximum occupancy 5; size 304 on the Disney Magic and Disney Wonder; 299 sq. ft. on the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy- inclusive of verandah size)

Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah

DCL Verandah Stateroom

Category V-Concierge Family Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah found only on the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy, offering a sleeper sofa for two people and a pull down berth, as well the bathrooms have an extra split-bath, giving the shower side of the split bath a sink and vanity (maximum occupancy 5; size 306 sq. ft.- inclusive of the verandah size)

Concierge Family Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah

DCL Concierge Family Stateroom   DCL Concierge Family layout

Category T- Concierge 1-Bedroom Suite with Verandah on all four ships (maximum occupancy 5; size 614 sq. ft. Disney Magic and Disney Wonder; 622 sq.ft. Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy-inclusive of verandah size)

DCL Concierge 1 Bedroom   DCL one bedroom layout

Category S- Concierge 2-Bedroom Suite with Verandah on the Disney Magic and Disney Wonder (maximum occupancy 7; size 954 sq. ft.- inclusive of verandah size)

DCL Two Bedroom Layout   DCL one bedroom

Category R- Concierge Royal Suite on all four ships (maximum occupancy 7 on the Disney Magic and Disney Wonder; maximum occupancy 5 on the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy; size 1,029 sq.ft. on the Disney Magic and Disney Wonder; 1,781 on the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy- inclusive of verandah size)

DCL Royal Suite    DCL Royal Suite 4

ACCESSIBLE STATEROOMS

Disney Cruise Line strives to make sailing accessible to people from all walks of life. All four ships in the fleet are practically accessible to people requiring wheelchairs and ECV vehicles. In addition to the standard amenities offered in every stateroom, Disney Cruise Line offers the following special equipment for Guests with disabilities:

-close-captioned TV in most staterooms,

-raised toilet seats,

-shower stools,

-bed boards and rails,

-refrigerator,

-transfer benches,

-portable toilets,

-rubber bed posts,

-rubber bed pads,

-Stateroom Communication Kits- including an alarm clock, door knock, phone amplifier, phone alerts, strobe-light smoke detector, bed-shaker notification, and text typewriter TTY,

-doorways at least 32 inches wide,

-bathroom and shower handrails,

-emergency call buttons and additional phones in the bath and stateroom,

-fold-down shower seating and hand held shower heads,

-lowered towel and closet bars,

-open bed frame for easier entry and exit,

-ramped bathroom thresholds.

Accessible Stateroom

DCL Accessible 3

Jackie P

I have visited the Disney Parks, (Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resorts) over twenty-five times, visited Aulani, and sailed nine times with Disney Cruise Line on all four ships in the fleet. Having a special needs family member places another dimension of planning for and visiting the Disney Parks and sailing with Disney, and I have to say that it is these vacations that have allowed us to see the greatest developmental improvements in our now teen aged son.

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