• On Jul 21, 2021
    Phuong from AL Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    How much is it to book a suit for 6 people?

    Hi Phuong and welcome to planDisney!

    I love your idea to set sail with Captain Mickey in November. Talk about a great time to travel! It’s a DREAM of mine to stay Concierge level someday. It certainly would be a FANTAStic experience, judging by that amazing Concierge Lounge and the dedicated sun deck! Concierge Guests enjoy many WONDERful perks like priority check-in and boarding and exclusive onboard events. That would be such a MAGICal feeling!

    I couldn’t tell by the date you listed which Disney ship you were planning on sailing, so we will just talk about all of them! The staterooms that are actually considered suites are Concierge level. On the Disney Dream and the Disney Fantasy, these suites sleep up to 5 Guests. The only staterooms that will sleep 6 or more Guests are Concierge Level staterooms on the Disney Magic and the Disney Wonder (called Concierge Royal Suites with Verandah). So your party of 6 would only be able to book a suite for the Disney Magic or the Disney Wonder. 

    Additionally, the Disney Cruise Line website is not able to take bookings for parties greater than 5 in the same stateroom, so you will have to contact a Cast Member by phone to check on availability for the Concierge suites.  
    If instead you would rather book two or more staterooms for your party, the starting point would be the Disney Cruise Line website. You can customize your search by entering the number in your travel party and how many staterooms you need. Choose November of 2021 and the ship you want when searching and it will really help narrow the search results down to the exact cruise you have your eye on.

    You can also refine your search by stateroom category (Inside, Oceanview, Verandah, or Concierge) and even look for connecting staterooms using the Deck Plans online. Connecting staterooms are awesome because you can leave the door open between the two rooms and access both sides during your cruise, staying more connected with your family. That’s one way to create a suite-like feeling!

    Drop back by planDisney anytime as you continue to finalize your cruise plans. Wishing you a picture perfect voyage!

    SEA ya real soon!

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