Disney Cruise Staterooms: Home Sweet Home

One of the questions that I receive most often from folks who are planning their first cruise with Disney (even more so if it is their first cruise ever) is: what are the staterooms like? So let’s talk about that today. :)

Disney Cruise Line staterooms have been designed especially for families, pioneering innovative comforts and modern features you won’t find with any other cruise line. With accommodations ranging from cozy inside staterooms to grand and richly appointed suites with sweeping views, there’s a stateroom to fit your need for fun and comfort.

And of course, there is the “Disney difference” which is apparent in every detail of every stateroom. Most rooms feature:

  • Significantly more space than is offered with most other cruise lines
  • Ample storage for all the essentials that a typical family carries
  • Split baths and separate sinks—a cruise line industry first—which allow several  people to wash up at the same time and are perfect for families

Seeing is believing though, so let’s take a look at everything that the Disney Cruise Line staterooms have to offer!

Your Disney Cruise stateroom will be such a wonderful home away from home that when the cruise is over, you won’t want to get off the ship!!! :)

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