• On Jul 18, 2021
    Rebecca from CA Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    What is the # of guests in a party that kicks it over to be considered a group rate? Also I see that there is a 2 bedroom on the Dream but it still looks like it over hosts 5 people. Is there a 2 bedroom cabin like @ the Hotels that can hold 8+?

    Ahoy Rebecca!

    So glad you charted a course for planDisney! A Disney Cruise Line vacation is like no other because of all that's included in the cruise reservation. Plus, there's truly something for everyone, which makes it an ideal vacation for groups traveling together! 

    Currently, Disney Cruise Line does not offer any group discount for large parties. But here are some ideas on how to save on your cruise fare. First, reserve your cruise as soon as it becomes available since this is typically the best way to get optimum pricing. Additionally, you should try to avoid the holidays and popular travel times like Spring Break as those cruises tend to be in high demand. Since Disney Cruise Line offers multiple stateroom categories, everyone in your group can choose the one that best suits their needs and price point. Finally, choosing an itinerary with fewer days can be a budget-saving measure.

    Speaking of staterooms, I SEA why you’d like to book a Concierge stateroom for your party. The photos of these suites make you want to pack your bags now, don't they? I'm right there with you! Unfortunately, the maximum capacity of all the Disney Dream Concierge staterooms is five Guests. Select Concierge suites can sleep up to seven Guests, but those are on the Disney Wonder and the Disney Magic

    So your best bet is to get a combination of staterooms that can create the best configuration for your group. Whether you choose Concierge staterooms or connecting staterooms with verandahs where you can remove the partitions to create one giant balcony, there are some great options available. The best way to book that DREAM group vacation: give a Disney Cruise Line Vacation Planning Specialist a call! I’m certain that they will be able to help you land on the best stateroom combination and give your gang all the potential options. 

    Rebecca, good luck and pixie dust planning your adventure with Captain Mickey. I hope you’ll cruise back to planDisney if you have any additional questions before you set sail.

    Bon Voyage!

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