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Disney Magic & Disney Wonder Stateroom Options

Stateroom Guide: Disney Magic & Disney Wonder

By - Updated November 2020


So, you’ve decided you’ll be sailing on either the Disney Magic or the Disney Wonder.

Now, it’s time to decide which stateroom is right for you.

First things first though…

Did you review our primer on How to Choose a Disney Cruise Stateroom?

In that guide, I explain:

  • The four different kinds of staterooms available on a Disney Cruise
  • What comes standard in every Disney Cruise stateroom
  • What is NOT included in your stateroom
  • What do these strange category numbers mean for each stateroom?
  • How many guests can sleep in a stateroom
  • And lastly...our recommended method for selecting a stateroom

If you haven’t read it yet, I strongly recommend you read that guide first, as that will give you the background information you need about Disney Cruise staterooms.

Ready to go forward?

Awesome...you’re now ready to evaluate the various stateroom options available on the Disney Magic and Disney Wonder cruise ships.

 

Inside staterooms are the most budget-friendly options onboard the Magic and the Wonder.

They are usually the smallest staterooms and do not offer a window or balcony to the outside.

Two Variations of Inside Staterooms

There are two variations of Inside Staterooms: Standard and Deluxe.

One important difference between these variations is the bathroom configuration:

The Standard Inside staterooms offer a full bath while Deluxe Inside provide a split bath.

A full bath is where the tub/shower, toilet, and sink are all in one room.

A split bathroom means there are basically two bathrooms which is so helpful when multiple people are getting ready. One has a toilet and a sink, and the other has a tub/shower and a sink. 

Below are more details about the “Standard” and “Deluxe” variations of Inside Staterooms and how they differ:

 
Standard Inside Staterooms: Disney Magic & Disney Wonder

SleepsSquare FeetViewBathBedsGood to KnowCategories
4184No window or exterior viewFull bathroom with vanity, sink, shower and tubQueen bed
Single sleeper sofa
Upper berth pull-down bed
(not offered in cabins that sleep 3)
Has sitting area with couch, TV and desk as well as a privacy curtain between the sleeping and sitting spaces11A* - Deck 6, 7
11B* - Deck 5, 6
11C - Deck 2
*Accessible cabins are offered
Standard Inside Stateroom Images
Deluxe Inside Staterooms: Disney Magic & Disney Wonder

SleepsSquare FeetViewBathBedsGood to KnowCategories
4214No window or exterior viewSplit bath, except for accessible staterooms where a full bath is offeredQueen bed
Single sleeper sofa
Upper berth pull-down bed
(not offered in cabins that sleep 3)
Has sitting area with couch, TV and desk as well as a privacy curtain between the sleeping and sitting spaces10A* - Deck 5, 6, 7
10B - Deck 2
10C - Deck 1, 2
*Accessible cabins are offered
Deluxe Inside Stateroom Images

Oceanview Staterooms

Oceanview Staterooms found on the Disney Magic and Disney Wonder are called "Deluxe".

These cabins are very similar to the Deluxe Inside Staterooms, except they offer a view outside of the ship. Here are the specifications:

 
Deluxe Oceanview Staterooms: Disney Magic & Disney Wonder

SleepsSquare FeetViewBathBedsGood to KnowCategories
4214One large porthole window or two small porthole windows
(the latter found in category 9D cabins)
Split bath, except in accessible staterooms where a full bath is offeredQueen bed
Single sleeper sofa
Upper berth pull-down bed
(not offered in cabins that sleep 3)
Has sitting area with couch, TV and desk as well as a privacy curtain between the sleeping and sitting spaces9A* - Deck 5, 6, 7
9B - Deck 2
9C - Deck 2
9D - Deck 1
*Accessible cabins are offered
Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom Images

Verandah Staterooms

If you want to be able to sit outside on a private open-air balcony, then a Verandah Stateroom is the way to go.

There are 3 kinds of verandahs:

Standard Verandah. Features an open-air balcony skirted by an acrylic wall, offering a full view of the horizon even while seated. (Found in Categories 4 & 5)

Disney Magic & Disney Wonder (Standard Verandah)

Standard Verandah - Img: Disney Cruise Line

Whitewall Verandah. Provides open-air lounging with a solid wall from the deck to the railing. Most of these staterooms are located in the aft of the ship. (Found in Category 6A)

Whitewall Verandah - Img: Disney Cruise Line

Navigator's Verandah. Enclosed for greater privacy, while still delivering a stunning view and sea breezes through a large, open-air porthole above the railing. (Found in Category 7A)

Disney Magic & Disney Wonder Navigator's Verandah

Navigator's Verandah - Img: Disney Cruise Line

Two Variations of Verandah Staterooms

There are two variations of Verandah Staterooms: Deluxe and Deluxe Family.

The difference? Deluxe Family offer a little more square footage and can sleep up to 5 (instead of only 4).

Below are more details about the “Deluxe” and “Deluxe Family” variations of Verandah Staterooms and how they differ:

 
Deluxe Oceanview Staterooms with Verandah: Disney Magic & Disney Wonder

SleepsSquare FeetBathBedsGood to KnowCategories
4268Split bath, except in accessible staterooms where a full bath is offeredQueen bed
Single sleeper sofa
Upper berth pull-down bed
(not offered in cabins that sleep 3)
Has sitting area with couch, TV and desk as well as a privacy curtain between the sleeping and sitting spaces5A - Deck 7
5B - Deck 6, 7
5C - Deck 5, 6
6A* - Deck 5, 6, 7
7A - Deck 5, 6, 7
*Accessible cabins are offered
Deluxe Oceanview with Verandah Stateroom Images

Deluxe Family Oceanview Staterooms with Verandah: Disney Magic & Disney Wonder

SleepsSquare FeetBathBedsGood to KnowCategories
5304Split bath, except in accessible staterooms where a full bath is offeredQueen bed
Single sleeper sofa
Upper berth pull-down bed
(not offered in cabins that sleep 3)
Has sitting area with couch, TV and desk as well as a privacy curtain between the sleeping and sitting spaces4A - Deck 8
4B - Deck 8
4E* - Deck 8
*Accessible cabins are offered
Deluxe Family Oceanview with Verandah Stateroom Images

Concierge Staterooms

If you’re looking for a splurge to make your Disney Cruise even more magical, take a peek at the Concierge Staterooms.

These lavish cabins are a dream!

On top of the extra room in these suites, you’ll get access to extra amenities, such as:

  • Down duvets
  • Plush robes and slippers
  • Elemis spa products
  • Complimentary WiFi service (up to 100mb)
  • Dedicated Concierge team
  • Access to the Concierge Lounge and Sundeck
  • The earliest check-in, giving the ability to begin booking reservations 120 days prior to sail date

Talk about luxury!

Here’s what the different cabins include:

 
Concierge Family Oceanview Staterooms with Verandah: Disney Magic & Disney Wonder

SleepsSquare FeetBathBedsGood to KnowCategories
5304Split bathQueen bed
Double sleeper sofa
Upper berth pull-down bed
Can be connected to Concierge 1-Bedroom Suite
Has sitting area with couch, TV and desk as well as a privacy curtain between the sleeping and sitting spaces
V - Deck 8
No accessible options
Concierge 1-Bedroom Suites with Verandah: Disney Magic & Disney Wonder

SleepsSquare FeetBathBedsGood to KnowCategories
56141.5 baths with whirlpool tub in master bathQueen bed
Double sleeper sofa
Wall pull-down single bed in either living room or bedroom
Can be connected to Concierge Family Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah or the Concierge Royal Suites with Verandah
Full living room
Walk-in closet
Wet bar stocked with water & soda
T* - Deck 8
*Accessible cabins are offered but only sleep 4

Room Notes:

  • Staterooms 8032, 8034, 8532 and 8534 have a wall pull-down single bed in living room
  • Staterooms 8022, 8046, 8048, 8078, 8080, 8086, 8522, 8548 and 8582 have a wall pull-down single bed in the bedroom.
  • Staterooms 8100, 8102, 8600 and 8602 only sleep 4 with no wall pull-down bed. These are also accessible cabins.
Concierge 1-Bedroom Suites Verandah Images

Concierge 2-Bedroom Suites with Verandah: Disney Magic & Disney Wonder

SleepsSquare FeetBathBedsGood to KnowCategories
79452.5 baths with whirlpool tub in master bath1 room with Queen bed
1 room with 2 single beds
Upper berth pull-down bed
Double sleeper sofa
Full living room
Walk-in closets in each bedroom
Wet bar stocked with water & soda
S - Deck 8
No accessible options
Concierge 2-Bedroom Suites Verandah Images

Concierge Royal Suites with Verandah: Disney Magic & Disney Wonder

SleepsSquare FeetBathBedsGood to KnowCategories
71,0292.5 baths with whirlpool tub in master bath1 room with Queen bed
1 room with 2 single beds
2 Upper berth pull-down beds
Wall pull-down bed in living room
Can be connected to Concierge 1-Bedroom Suite with Verandah
Open dining salon with pantry and wet bar
Full living room
Walk-in closet
Living room
R - Deck 8
No accessible options
Concierge Royal Suites Verandah Images

Secret Staterooms

Have you heard about Disney’s “Secret Staterooms"?

So why is it a secret?

Well, because you get a higher category cabin for the price of a lesser category cabin.

Basically, you get more for your money on these unadvertised staterooms.

Yes! I love Disney secrets and I love saving money even more!  

Secret Oceanview Staterooms

Both the Disney Magic and Disney Wonder have 8 secret staterooms that are priced as Inside cabins, but they are really Oceanview cabins with obstructed-view portholes.

Even though the porthole is partial obstructed, it gives you some natural light and a little view ... for the price of an inside stateroom.

The view is obstructed by equipment in front of the portholes, and the amount by which the portholes are obstructed depends on the cabin.

In the chart below I have listed the staterooms in order of least to most obstructed views.   

But listen up...

If you want one of these Secret Porthole staterooms, you better plan on booking early as these cabins have become very popular.

Pros:

  • Some natural light
  • Partial ocean and/or sky view
  • Pay the lesser price of an inside stateroom

Cons:

  • There may be a light on all night outside the porthole. If you close your curtains it shouldn’t be an issue.
  • Obstructed view
 
Secret Porthole Staterooms: Disney Magic & Disney Wonder

SleepsSquare FeetViewBathBedsGood to KnowCategories
Up to 4214Obstructed secret portholeSplit bathQueen bed
Single sleeper sofa
Upper berth pull-down bed
Cabins are prices as Category 10 Inside Stateroom (which have no window or porthole)10A - Deck 5, 6
Inside Stateroom

Staterooms:
In order of least to most obstructed views
6006
6506
5020
5520
5022
5522
5024
5524
Secret Verandah Staterooms

The Disney Magic and Disney Wonder also have Secret Verandah Staterooms.

These rooms have a Standard Verandah with an open-air balcony but are priced as a room with a Navigator’s Verandah (an enclosed deck with an open-air porthole).

These cabins are priced lower because of an overhang that cuts off some of your view.

 
Secret Verandah Staterooms: Disney Magic & Disney Wonder

SleepsSquare FeetVerandahBathBedsGood to KnowCategories
3268Yes, Standard Verandah with obstructed viewSplit bathQueen bed
Single sleeper sofa
Priced as Category 7A (which have Navigator's Verandahs) but really has a Standard Verandah with obstructed view7A - Deck 6,7
Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Navigators Verandah

Staterooms:
6134*
6634*
7120
7620
*In my opinion, the staterooms on deck 6 have slightly less of an view obstruction.

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