We’re sharing a full tour of a Disney Wish Deluxe Family Oceanview Stateroom with a Verandah, so you can know what to expect onboard.
When you’re sailing on the Disney Wish, you have several different types of stateroom that you can choose from. There are Verandah Staterooms, Concierge Staterooms, and Royal Suites, all with various theming and types aboard the Disney Wish. We’re sharing a full tour from our time staying in a Deluxe Family Oceanview Stateroom with a Verandah aboard the Disney Wish.
Walking Through a Deluxe Family Oceanview With a Verandah Stateroom on the Disney Wish
In the entryway of a Disney Wish Deluxe Family Oceanview With Verandah Stateroom, Guests will notice a closet as well as a split bathroom – one with a shower/tub and vanity sink and one with a toilet and vanity sink. Plus, the bathroom with the toilet also has shelves, allowing for you to store toiletries such as deodorant, perfume, makeup, etc.
The stateroom also offers a spacious closet as it has plenty of room for families to hang up clothes as well as a small set of shelves to store other clothes or shoes. The closet also has a locked safe, a laundry bag, and life jackets in case of emergencies.
Oceanview Verandah rooms on the Disney Dream tend to sleep 3 to 4 guests. Every room includes a queen bed. Next to the queen bed, guests will find a small nightstand with a small drawer – one on either side.
At the foot of the bed, in one of the corners, there will be a set of shelves – perfect for more storage space, whether that be for small knick-knacks or extra clothes.
Past the queen bed, Guests will find the living area, which includes a sleeper sofa as well as an upper berth pull-down bed. (Bonus: For little ones, an enchanting message from the Fairy Godmother will reveal itself when the upper-berth bed is pulled down, however, this only happens in staterooms that sleeps four Guests.)
Amenities include a 43″ LCD flat-screen TV with remote control, a mini fridge, a hair dryer, a vanity – complete with a mirror and more drawers – as well as a small coffee table. Plus, between the queen bed and the sleeper sofa, Guests will find a privacy curtain, which is perfect for families with different sleep schedules.
What’s Included In a Disney Wish Stateroom?
If you book a Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with a Verandah, you will have a television, a desk, and a sitting area with a sleeper sofa. There will also be a heavy privacy curtain to separate the sitting and sleeping areas as well as a “split bath” – a bathroom with a vanity, sink, a shower and tub with glass door in one bathroom and another room with a vanity, sink, and toilet.
The queen bed includes elevated wooden bed frames, which allows for under-bed storage – perfect for suitcases or other large items – as well as beautiful “Cinderella”-themed decor throughout.
The Private Verandah
Slide open the glass door at the end of your stateroom and you will step out onto your very own private deck, which includes patio furniture – two patio chairs and a small glass table – as well as patio lighting. Guests can choose to start their day off with a cup of coffee or end their day with a bottle of wine all while basking in the peacefulness of the ocean waves.
Plus, on most adjoining staterooms, the verandahs can be opened to create a larger balcony for sharing, with access between rooms.
For a full walkthrough of a Deluxe Family Oceanview With Verandah Stateroom on the Disney Wish, check out our video below.
Keep in mind this is the layout specifically for a Deluxe Family Oceanview With Verandah Stateroom aboard the Disney Wish. Other types of staterooms on the Disney Wish may have different layouts and different amenities so be sure to check in with your Travel Agent before booking a specific type of room!
Book Your Trip on the Disney Wish
If you’re looking to book a Deluxe Family Oceanview Stateroom with a Verandah aboard the Disney Wish, or any room on a Disney Cruise Line ship, we recommend doing so through our partners at Destinations to Travel. They’ll provide you with a free quote and help plan out your trip to make it as magical as possible.