Disney Wonder Staterooms


Here is a complete guide to Disney Wonder and Magic staterooms so that you can decide which one to choose for your cruise vacation. Disney cruise line is known for it’s larger than industry standard staterooms. As you would expect the attention to detail, overall design, and standards of furnishings are excellent.

The Disney Wonder and the Disney Magic are both the same basic design of ship. These means that the stateroom descriptions and categories are almost exactly the same for both of these Disney cruise ship.

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What are the different types of Disney Wonder and Magic Staterooms?

There are 9 different categories of stateroom on the Disney Wonder. These are Categories 11 to 4 for staterooms with 3 Categories of Suite. The staterooms are also divided into sub categories according to which deck they are on and for some according to the view they have from the window or balcony. Higher decks are seen as more desirable so will usually be in a higher priced sub category. Obstructed view staterooms will usually be in a lower sub category.

You will see that most of the staterooms have what is known as a ‘split bathroom’. What this means is that there are 2 separate rooms. One has the shower over a small bath, and a separate sink vanity. The other has the toilet and another sink vanity.

Standard Inside Stateroom

These are Category 11 staterooms. Each is 184 square feet and have a Queen size bed or 2 Twin beds with a single convertible sofa bed. There is a privacy divider between the main sleeping and the living area. There is also a bathroom. The standard inside staterooms are the only staterooms not to have a split bath arrangement.

Each Standard Inside Stateroom sleeps up to 3 or 4 guests. They are located on Decks 2, 5, 6 and 7.

Deluxe Inside Stateroom

If you are looking for an inside stateroom with quite a bit more space then at 214 square feet then the Category 10 Deluxe Inside Stateroom would be a good choice.

Each Deluxe Inside Stateroom sleeps up to 4 guests and has a Queen bed or 2 Twins with a single convertible sofa. These staterooms feature the very popular split bathroom.

These staterooms are located on Decks 1, 2 and 7

Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom

These are the same size and design as the Inside staterooms but they have either one large or two small windows. The Deluxe Oceanview Staterooms are all Category 9 and have 214 square feet of space with a Queen or 2 twins and a single sleeper sofa. There is a split bathroom.

Oceanview staterooms are on Decks 1, 2, 5, 6 and 7. The staterooms on Deck 1 have the smaller windows and therefore not such a good view.

Deluxe Oceanview Staterooms with Navigator’s Verandah

These Staterooms are a unique design to the Disney Wonder and Magic cruise ships. They have an enclosed private verandah, so you have more space and view, but you do not have any outside space.

There are just 26 of these are true Navigator’s Verandah staterooms on Disney Wonder and Magic. They are very popular and tend to be booked quickly. They are classified as Category 7 staterooms. All are located on decks 5, 6 and 7.

There are another 4 staterooms (6134, 6634, 7120, 7620) which are category 7 and are described as Navigator’s verandah staterooms, but they do not have the enclosed verandah. They have verandahs with obstructed views as they are located on Deck 6 aft and wrap around the hull. They can be a good choice though if you are aware of this, and want to save some money instead of going to a Category 6 or 5 Verandah stateroom.

The Navigator’s Verandah staterooms are 268 square feet including the verandah. The Sleep up to 3 guests and have a Queen or 2 Twin beds with a single sofa bed. They also have the split bathroom.

Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah

These staterooms are 268 square feet (including the verandah) and have a Queen size bed or 2 twins and a single sleeper sofa. They sleep up to 4 guests. All of these Deluxe Oceanview Staterooms are classified as either Category 5 or 6.

There are 114 Category 5 Staterooms on the Wonder and Magic and they are all of Deck 7. Category 6 are on decks 5 and 6 and have slightly larger verandahs.

Deluxe Family Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah

These are all Category 4 and are located on Deck 8. These are a great option for larger families as they sleep up to 5 guests.

Each Family Oceanview stateroom has a Queen or 2 Twin beds, a convertible sofa and a pull down bed. The design of the room makes great use of the space available but access to the verandah is a little difficult (but still possible) when the pulldown bed is still down. Your steward will move this for you each morning and evening though if you are using it for a 5th guest.

As will all of the non suite staterooms on the Disney Wonder and Magic except the standard inside rooms, this has the split bath feature.

Concierge 1 Bedroom Suite with Verandah

These are the Category T staterooms which sleep up to 5 guests and have 614 square feet of space. These suites have a separate bedroom with a Queen size bed and a separate living room with a double sofa bed. All the suites also have a pull down twin bed (some are in the living area, others in the bedroom).

A great feature of the suite is that it has 2 bathrooms. The verandah is very spacious at double the width of standard verandahs on the ship.

All of the Concierge One Bed Suites are located on Deck 8. They are very popular and are usually amongst the first categories to book as there are only 18 available.

Concierge 2 Bedroom Suite with Verandah

At 945 square feet (which includes the triple wide verandah) these beautiful suites give you plenty of space. Each suite is in Category S.

They have 2 bedrooms which each have a Queen size bed. The living area has a double sofa bed. There are walk in closets, wet bar, a DVD player and a total of two and a half bathrooms )one has a jacuzzi tub).

Again these suites book up very quickly. There are 2 suites on the Disney Wonder and Disney Magic both of which are located on Deck 8. The sleep up to 7 guests.

Concierge Royal Suite with Verandah

If you want the ultimate in luxury then Category R Royal Suites will certainly make you very happy! There are only 2 suites on each ship and they are named the Walter E. Disney Suite and the Roy O. Disney Suite. Both are located on Deck 8.

Each suite sleeps up to 7 guests in unrivaled comfort. They have 2 bedrooms. One has a Queen bed and the other has 2 twin beds and 2 pull down beds.

There is a large living room with a wall pull down bed, dining area, wet bar, and walk in closets. The suites have 2 and a half bathrooms (one with a jacuzzi tub).

With 1029 square feet of total area including the verandah you are going to have a lot of space to enjoy.

Whichever stateroom you choose you will be staying in some of the very best at sea – from the inside staterooms to the suites there is something for everyone. But it is important to make your choice carefully. Talk this over with your Disney travel agent who should have experience of each room type and be able to advise you not just about pricing but also help you find the very best stateroom for your budget.

Not all staterooms are created equally – even within the same Category. The location can also be very important. Do you want to be close to the pool, the restaurants, the theater? And some are best avoided as they are noisier than others or do not have such a great view. To help you decide all of these things make sure you book with a Disney cruise specialist.

Contact us at EverythingMouse Disney Travel Agentsfor completely free expert help. We know the Disney ships and can help you find the very best stateroom.

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