Disney Wish Atrium
  • On Jul 26, 2022
    Nicolle from WI Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    I am a single mom of five kids and how can I get us to stay together.

    Ahoy there, Nicolle! Welcome aboard planDisney! It puts wind in my sails to hear you and your crew are planning on embarking on a Disney Cruise Line vacation! And with a crew of five little sailors! I can tell you're quite the Captain, Nicolle! You could probably commandeer the Dauntless easier than Jack Sparrow and Will Turner did with that crew! 

    When it comes to sailing away on a magical adventure with a crew like yours, there are a few options that allow the six of you to stay in a single stateroom! Aboard the Disney Magic and Disney Wonder, the Concierge Royal Suite with Verandah and the Concierge 2-Bedroom Suite with Verandah sleep up to seven Guests in some of the most luxurious accommodations on the Disney Cruise Line fleet! Plus, these rooms come with access to exclusive Concierge-level amenities like the Concierge Lounge and its complimentary food, beverages, and cocktail hours, as well as a special Concierge sun deck! 

    On the new Disney Wish, the Royal Suites are split into 1-Story and 2-Story versions, each with the ability to sleep six - these rooms are themed to the Disney classic, "Sleeping Beauty" in extravagant detail. Oh, and if you hadn't yet heard about the Wish Tower Suite - located IN THE FORWARD FUNNEL above the topside decks - this one-of-a-kind stateroom can sleep up to eight in luxurious, but understated Moana-inspired decor! 

    Now, if you're anything like me, these Concierge-level staterooms sound like an absolute DREAM, but may take a wish upon a star to make it happen. In this case, I'd usually suggest looking for two adjoining Inside or Oceanview Staterooms on whichever ship you're looking to sail on! There are adjoining staterooms on each of the ships - including the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy, which we hadn't yet mentioned - you can book up to four staterooms on a single reservation!

    Since you're the Captain of your own ship, I'm sorry to say your options are limited by the requirement that there must be "a responsible adult over the age of 21 in each Stateroom with Guests under the age of 17. But don't fret! I'd suggest doing the following: 

    • Use the "Find a Cruise" tool to search for two staterooms, and put a "ghost guest" adult in the second stateroom with some of your little sailors, this will allow you to price out the two-stateroom option! 
    • Explore the website for all the reasons to cruise with Disney Cruise Line, including for Adults - and imagine the relaxation you'll be able to have while the kiddos are enjoying secure programming at Disney's Oceaneer Club, Edge, or Vibe!
    • Show these exciting options to a close family friend or relative to convince them they need to experience everything that's included on your vacation with you! 
    • Then you can book a pair of adjoining staterooms, and split your crew into the arrangement that makes the most sense! 
    I hope that helps you set a course for this adventure, Nicolle! If you run into any additional questions, please drop me another line here at planDisney. Thank you so much for your question, and it's my WISH for you to enjoy some well-deserved relaxation while the rest of your crew runs amok! 

    Hope to SEA ya real soon! 

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Meet the Panelist: Andrew, Missouri

Anchors aweigh! I’m Andrew - but you can call me PLANdrew! I’m a Disney husband and dad who’s been sailing with Disney Cruise Line since I was 15 years old. My family and I have embarked on incredible itineraries around the world, making magical memories on each exciting adventure. So, if “the line where the sky meets the sea calls you," I’m here to be your guide! As Maui would say, “You’re Welcome!” Learn More About Andrew

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