Being on a cruise ship, staterooms are much smaller than standard Disney hotel rooms, but there’s still plenty of stuff packed inside.
There is safety information on the back of the door.
Another difference between a hotel and a cruise ship is that staterooms come stocked with life jackets.
This room has two closets, with one housing the safe and life jackets.
The ladder inside is for the bunk bed that can be created using the sofa and an upper-berth pull-down bed.
There are shelves and drawers throughout the cabin to give you as much storage space as possible. You’ll notice that many flat surfaces have a small railing to keep fragile items from falling if the ship hits rough waters.
You activate the lights in the room by putting your key in this slot at the entrance.
The first door upon entering the stateroom leads to the toilet. Watch your step, the bathroom is slightly elevated from the rest of the room (there are wheelchair-accessible rooms with small ramps instead of a step).
Towels are branded with the Disney Cruise Line logo.
Like the rest of the room, the bathroom is relatively small but comfortable enough. There are some rail-lined shelves in here as well.
The next door leads to the tub and shower.
There’s a full-length mirror on the inside of this door.
This half of the bathroom also has a sink and more shelves.
Both bathrooms have navy blue and red tiles around the center of the wall.
The shower curtain has a rope design with Mickey heads.
You can get adjoining rooms with a door connecting them.
We had a queen bed (in addition to the sofa and upper-berth bed).
Though the linens are relatively simple, there is a themed bed runner featuring Disney Cruise Line icons.
The lamps to either side of the bed feature a global map picturing the locations of different Disney Parks and Disney Cruise Line ships.
They were created before Shanghai Disneyland, so it is missing from the map.
The artwork across from our bed featured people on an island waving to the Disney Dream.
There’s a curtain to separate the queen bed from the living room/bunk bed space.
The room includes a small table, chair, and desk. The hairdryer is in the set of desk drawers instead of in the bathroom.
Even napkins are Disney Cruise Line branded.
All of the ports and square-shaped switches are on the desk. The TV is mounted on the wall beneath some shelves.
There’s a mini-fridge hiding in this cabinet.
There’s a light above the mirror.
Above the sofa is a cute collage of Disney stamps.
The back of the sofa folds forward to reveal the bed.
There’s a light above the bed, which you’ll notice is not made and just has the linens and pillows stacked on top…
That’s because Cast Members take care of setting up your bunk bed at night while you’re at dinner.
The top bunk has railings to keep guests from rolling out.
Be careful with these beds and don’t attempt to close them on your own.
Turndown service also includes some chocolate and a towel animal.
Finally, let’s step out on our verandah.
Like with balconies at Disney hotels, the verandah has two chairs and a table.
There is clear plastic across the railing, so you can still enjoy your view but not worry as much about dropping things.
The chairs also have the Disney Cruise Line logo.
Watch our video tour of the stateroom below.
Have you been on a Disney Cruise Line sailing? Let us know about your room in the comments.