This is the Most Expensive Stateroom You Can Book on a Disney Cruise

by | Mar 13, 2024 | Disney Cruise Line, Disney Wish

We’re sharing details and a full tour of the Princess Aurora Royal Suite, which is the most expensive stateroom you can currently book on a Disney Cruise Line ship!

Have you ever wanted to cruise like royalty? The Princess Aurora Royal Suite aboard the Disney Wish allows you to do just that – though it comes at a price. The two-story concierge Royal Suite is located on Deck 13 forward and offers Guests a stunning space as they cruise like never before with upscale furnishings and first-class amenities. Let’s take a closer look at the Princess Aurora Suite aboard the Disney Wish.

Take a Full Tour of the Princess Aurora Royal Suite

You’ll find the Princess Aurora Royal Suite on Deck 13, room 13000. It has two main bedrooms, three full bathrooms, and sleeps up to six people. At a whopping 1,759 square feet, this is one truly unique way to sail. Inside you’ll find a large living area, open dining room, pantry and stocked wet bar, two walk-in closets, and a private verandah with a whirlpool tub.

First Floor Living Area and Dining Room

As you first walk into the Princess Aurora Royal Suite aboard the Disney Wish, you are met with a spiral staircase, which leads to the second story. The entire suite is complete with gold and blue tones and shades, making Guests truly feel like royalty.

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The suite features a common area complete with a dining area and a seating area. The couch actually doubles as a sleeping area that can convert to a queen bed to accommodate a larger group. The dining area includes a full kitchen, complete with appliances and pre-stocked with sodas and water. There is also lots of cabinet space and plenty of space to cook with the room on the countertops.

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In the space, you’ll also find stunning artwork, including this stained glass artwork hanging on the wall. Similar to the way Disney has rethemed many of their hotel rooms to be “inspired by” Disney films, the Princess Aurora Royal Suite has plenty of subtle Sleeping Beauty details that never feel in your face.

First Floor Bedroom and Bathroom

Past the dining area is the first-floor bedroom, complete with a king-sized bed and spacious bathroom. The entire bedroom features beautiful blue tones with golden accents, very much living up to the “royal” inspiration behind the suite.

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The second bedroom is located upstairs, which also includes a king-sized bed and bathroom. First, though, you’ll need to travel up this incredible spiral staircase to get there. Notice the intricate golden design? Every detail of this suite is incredibly well thought out and beautiful.

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Second Floor Bedroom and Bathroom

The major difference with this bathroom is that it offers one-of-a-kind views of the ocean from over the bow of the ship. You can use a very luxurious bathtub, or the accompanying rainfall shower if you prefer. 

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There are floor-to-ceiling windows in the bathroom, allowing Guests to unwind in a bubble bath while looking out at the stunning views of the ocean. However, for those who want a bit more privacy, there is a switch that will cover the walls with panels. The bathrooms also come with plenty of luxurious amenities, including Bvlgari toiletries for Guests to use.

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The golden accents continue out into the bedroom, where you will find a nightstand (spot that tiara bowl?), a vanity, and a mirror for you to use. One of our favorite details, though? Take a look at the lighting fixtures near the bed, which feature two golden doves. This beautiful touch is reminiscent of the “Once Upon a Dream” scene from Sleeping Beauty.

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Private Verandah

But, perhaps the biggest showstopper of the Princess Aurora Royal Suite is the private verandah that you’ll find on the second floor. The verandah comes complete with lounge chairs, a table with chairs, and even a whirlpool.

Just look at that view! The private verandah is a beautiful way to enjoy the views of sailing on the Disney Wish and allows for you and your group to enjoy the luxuries of sailing in a more private setting.

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Using the whirlpool, you’ll be treated to absolutely stunning views of the ocean as you sail away. The private whirlpool pool is an incredibly unique experience, allowing Guests to enjoy unparalleled views while relaxing.

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The Cost of Disney Cruise Line’s Most Expensive Stateroom

Thinking of staying in the Princess Aurora Suite aboard the Disney Wish? As you may have guessed, it will cost you a pretty royal price! This two-story Wish Tower Suite can cost as much as $30,000 for a trip. The price does vary depending on when you set sail as it tends to go up in price during peak cruise season.

 

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After being an out of state Walt Disney World Annual Passholder for 6+ years, Kelly decided to make her lifelong dream become a reality as she packed up and moved from New Jersey to Central Florida. Now that Disney World is in her backyard, you can typically find her hanging out with the 999 happy haunts, watching the Tam Tam Drummers of Harambe, or sipping on Joffrey’s while people watching on Sunset Boulevard. Thanks to her passion of both Disney and journalism, Kelly has been reporting on a wide variety of topics for the last 12+ years and has written for several publications including BuzzFeed, NJ Digest Magazine, and The Blast.
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Kelly Coffey-Behrens

After being an out of state Walt Disney World Annual Passholder for 6+ years, Kelly decided to make her lifelong dream become a reality as she packed up and moved from New Jersey to Central Florida. Now that Disney World is in her backyard, you can typically find her hanging out with the 999 happy haunts, watching the Tam Tam Drummers of Harambe, or sipping on Joffrey’s while people watching on Sunset Boulevard. Thanks to her passion of both Disney and journalism, Kelly has been reporting on a wide variety of topics for the last 12+ years and has written for several publications including BuzzFeed, NJ Digest Magazine, and The Blast.
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