The staterooms on Disney Cruise Line are some of the best in the industry (the absolute best for families). The rooms are spacious with lots of storage areas not to mention all of the fun Disney touches throughout your room. There are four main types of staterooms on Disney Cruise Line. These categories are inside, oceanview, verandah, and suites. There are different categories within each room type. The rooms typically get bigger, have more amenities, and get more expensive as you go up each category. The magic portholes have changed this trend a little. Since the magic portholes have been such a huge hit with guests, inside staterooms can actually cost more than oceanview staterooms on the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy. The magic portholes give you a real time view of the outside of the ship and Disney characters randomly fly, drop, float, and/or bounce across the screen. I love having an oceanview that I can turn off when I want an afternoon nap. All of the staterooms have a split bath or more than one bathroom except the standard inside staterooms. Disney Cruise Line has staterooms that can accommodate 3, 4, 5, or 7 guests. For larger families, it may be cheaper to reserve two connecting staterooms than to reserve a family stateroom or suite.
Written by Shante Carson — Shante is a Disney Cruise Expert with over eight cruises taken on the Disney Dream, Disney Wonder, and Disney Fantasy. Bon Voyage! Shante is ready to help you plan your magical Disney Cruise vacation. Book your next vacation with Shante at 252-917-0497 or firstname.lastname@example.org.