Family on deck; multigenerational; grandparents
  • Nov 6, 2023
    Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    How would I get conjoining rooms? I see that they are available, but I am not sure how to get them.

    Welcome to planDisney!

    Connecting staterooms are perfect for bigger families! I sailed aboard the Disney Wish this past summer in a Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah that connected to my in-laws. The interior door between the two rooms allowed us to enjoy the comfort and space of both staterooms. I’m happy to help you out today! 

    Head to Plan a Cruise > Find a Cruise on the Disney Cruise Line website. You can filter by date, destination, and departure port from there. When you select “Guests,” add the total number of adults and children in the first stateroom, and then click “Add Another Stateroom” and enter the Guests for the second stateroom. It is important to note that an adult must be booked in each stateroom. Make sure you select two cabins with a tiny open door between the two rooms. 

    If you’d like some personalized help, I recommend calling Disney Cruise Line and speaking to a reservation specialist. Not only can they ensure that your cabins are connecting, but they can arrange transportation and offer additional suggestions.  

    I hope this information helps you chart a course for a fantastic adventure at sea! Please stop by and see us again.

    SEAS the adventure!
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Meet the Panelist: Tracie, Florida

Ahoy! Just like Moana, I feel the irresistible call of the sea. I think the best vacation is aboard a Disney Cruise Line ship – thankfully, my family agrees. Whether savoring gelato in Italy, snorkeling in Mexico, or basking in the sea breeze on deck, each destination fills us with memories to last a lifetime. I look forward to helping your family plan a Disney Cruise Line adventure brimming with cherished moments!

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