Disney Cruise Line offers several stateroom room types, but to break them down simply, we want to look at the four main categories. Once you select which you want from here, your travel agent can help you choose the exact stateroom that’s right for you. Disney Cruise Line offers some of the largest staterooms in the cruise industry. All of the staterooms aboard the Disney ships are decorated with the same red, blue, and white nautical theme. Rooms include queen beds, flat-screen TVs, closet space, refrigerator, in-room safe, hair dryer, phone with voicemail, individual climate control, sitting area with couch and desk, and privacy curtains. Many rooms categories also include a split bath design and pull-down bunks. All categories offer handicapped-accessible rooms as well.
Inside staterooms do not offer a view of the ocean, but still provide a warm, comfortable setting for your Disney cruise. Some of these rooms feature what’s called a “magic porthole.” This round “porthole” is actually a TV with a closed-circuit live view of the ship’s bow and what the crew sees from the bridge. To add a Disney touch of whimsy, animated Disney characters will float by periodically.
Oceanview staterooms are just that – a room with a view of the ocean. These rooms feature a large porthole, giving you access to the stunning views of a sunset at sea or the port as the ship pulls in to dock.
Verandah staterooms each feature a private balcony for your family to enjoy the ocean breezes. There are two different kinds of verandahs – plexiglass clear walls or solid whitewall railings. The verandahs also come with patio furniture and deck lighting. As a safety precaution, there are childproof locks on the sliding doors.
These staterooms are the largest on board the Disney ships and are decorated with elegant furnishings, wood finishes, and vintage Disney artwork. Guests staying concierge will enjoy pre-arrival services, upgraded amenities, shipboard services, and access to dedicated areas of the ship such as a concierge lounge.