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  • On Jun 16, 2023
    Anita from SC Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Deck 2 Wonder mid ship recommendations, we have 2052 booked but see 2058 2060 open which looks closer to mid elevators/stairs, but they appear to be connecting. Any real diff in connecting except door? Any suggest which better location ? Thanks

    Welcome back, Anita!  

    Thanks for trusting our advice and asking for more guidance regarding your exciting cruise to Alaska next year! We love helping you make the most of this special vacation, so let’s dig into the deck plans together for your practically perfect stateroom selection.

    When the Disney Wonder was last refurbished, they created some connecting staterooms to add convenience for families or larger parties traveling together. This adds an adjoining door to the interior of the room, but no additional changes. As you see on the Disney Wonder Deck Plan for Deck 2, rooms 2058 and 2060 are part of that change and do connect. You are welcome to reserve just one of those rooms and not use the connecting door.

    Both 2052 and 2058/2060 are Category 9B with the same stateroom size and amenities, so it truly is a matter of location preference. 2052 is just a few doors down, but in my opinion is the preferred location. While being next to the elevators is convenient, I find the stateroom door opening right into the elevator lobby to be more likely to experience a lot of noise. The midship elevators are the most active throughout the week, so you may hear the doors as well as other Guests coming and going from inside your stateroom from 2058 or 2060. With 2052 being just a few steps around the corner, it is more protected by inside cabins from that common area noise and may offer a bit more comfort and relaxation. I have not stayed on Deck 2, but this is my advice based on my experience of proximity to the elevators.

    There is a laundry room just down the hall from these staterooms, but closer to 2058/2060 which may also bring some foot traffic and additional noise. You’ll love this proximity for the Alaska itinerary though – I planned to do laundry on our Glacier Day and was glad I did, as it meant packing fewer base layers and socks for this long cruise. There’s a lot to pack for this adventure, and knowing I could easily do laundry helped with the planning and a few less items to carry all week. The laundry process is very easy; it even sends a notification to your Disney Cruise Line Navigator App when each cycle is complete!

    I hope this helps you select the right stateroom location for your family, Anita. No matter what you choose, you’re going to have an incredible vacation! Please keep the great questions coming, we love to help you understand what to expect onboard.  

    Wishing you smooth sailing in your planning,
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Meet the Panelist: Amy, Virginia

Hi friends! I'm Amy, a lifelong Disney dreamer from horse-and-wine country, Virginia. My family of three is BIG on fun and treasures every adventure together. We've been making memories at the Walt Disney World Resort and aboard Disney Cruise Line since my son was a toddler; we love our family traditions balanced with "what's new" each visit. I have a passion for Disney details, a love of digital tools, and an eye for practical planning. I can't wait to help you make the MOST of your magical vacation! Learn More About Amy

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