Cabins on the Disney Dream Cruise Ship range from smaller budget friendly staterooms to larger suites with private verandas. All cabins on this ship include a seating area that can be kept private from the sleeping area by drawing a curtain. Square footage, window options, and types of beds vary among the different styles of cabins.
The Concierge Royal Suite with Veranda is the largest of the cabin choices with the exception of the luxurious Roy O. Disney Royal Suite
. Including the veranda, it measures 1,029 square feet. With multiple bedrooms, this room sleeps up to seven people. The Concierge Two Bedroom Suite with veranda has a total of 945 square feet, and it also sleeps seven.
The concierge One Bedroom Suite with Veranda is 614 square feet and will sleep four or five people. This cabin lacks multiple rooms, but it does include a queen size bed, double sleeper sofa, a wall pull-down bed, and an upper berth pull-down bed. These are the only three cabin types that offer concierge services. All of them are located on decks 11 and 12. Each room also has both a full bath and a half bath.
The Deluxe Family Oceanview Staterooms with Veranda can be found on decks six through ten. They measure 304 square feet and sleep four to five people. Each has a queen size bed, single convertible sofa, upper berth pull-down bed, and a wall pull-down bed. A split bath is found in this style of cabin.
The Deluxe Oceanview Staterooms with Veranda measure 268 square feet and sleep three to four people. Found on decks five through ten, these rooms have a queen bed, single convertible sofa, upper berth pull-down bed, and a split bath. The Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Navigator’s Veranda is the same size, and it includes the same beds and bath. The only difference is the veranda, which is smaller and may have an obstructed view.
Deluxe Oceanview Staterooms lack the veranda and large windows. They do have a porthole window. Measuring 214 square feet, this cabin sleeps three to four people. They are located on decks two and decks five through eight. Each has a queen sized bed, a single convertible sofa, and an upper berth pull-down bed along with a split bath.
Deluxe Inside Staterooms on decks five through nine are 214 square feet. They sleep three to four people with a queen bed, single convertible sofa, and an upper berth pull-down bed. This cabin has a split bath. Instead of an actual window, these rooms have a magical porthole. Made to look like a real porthole, these LCD screen monitors are connected to outside high definition cameras that show real time footage of the ocean.
Standard Inside Staterooms are the smallest of the Disney Dream Cruise Ship cabins. These economical rooms measure 184 square feet, and they sleep three to four people. Located on decks two and decks five through ten, these cabins also have magical portholes in place of windows. The porthole screens can be turned off by a switch.
Accommodations were provided on the Disney Dream.