Overview of the Fleet-wide Stateroom Category Changes For 2022 Sailings and Beyond

Last week, Disney Cruise Line announced a change was coming to their stateroom categories, beginning in 2022, to provide greater consistency across the fleet when the Disney Wish will join the fleet. The reclassification effort will result in the elimination of some categories and modifications to the concierge categories in an effort to make things more intuitive for their guests. Not all stateroom categories are changing, and the number of staterooms and cabin numbers will remain the same for all ships. It is also important, the staterooms are NOT being renovated, this is simply a reclassification/unification effort to provide as close to an apples to apples comparison of staterooms between the Magic Class, Dream Class, and Triton (Wish) Class.

Disney released an updated set of deck plans for each ship class including separate versions for 2021 sailings, and 2020 & beyond sailings.

Below is a summary of the changes by ship based on the information presented at the time of publication on DisneyCruise.com. The reclassification is uniform across the ship classes, but the information is presented by ship to correspond with how the data is presented on Disney Cruise Line’s website.

2022 Disney Magic Stateroom Category Changes

For the Disney Magic, the reclassifications are limited to the Concierge staterooms as follows:

  • Concierge Royal Suite with Verandah | Category R to Category 1A
  • Concierge 2-Bedroom Suite with Verandah | Category S to Category 1B
  • Concierge 1-Bedroom Suite with Verandah / – Accessible | Category T to Category 2A or Category 2B
  • Concierge Family Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah | Category V to Category 3A

2022 Disney Wonder Stateroom Category Changes

For the Disney Wonder, the reclassifications are limited to the Concierge staterooms as follows:

  • Concierge Royal Suite with Verandah | Category R to Category 1A
  • Concierge 2-Bedroom Suite with Verandah | Category S to Category 1B
  • Concierge 1-Bedroom Suite with Verandah / – Accessible | Category T to Category 2A or Category 2B
  • Concierge Family Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah | Category V to Category 3A

2022 Disney Dream Stateroom Category Changes

Oceanview Staterooms

Verandah Staterooms

Concierge Staterooms

2022 Disney Fantasy Stateroom Category Changes

Oceanview Staterooms

Veranda Staterooms

Concierge

At this time, our Stateroom Explorer has been updated to reflect these changes. We will continue to monitor the stateroom re-classifications to ensure each stateroom is updated accurately. Ultimately, the refer to DCL’s website for the most accurate category classification.

4 thoughts on “Overview of the Fleet-wide Stateroom Category Changes For 2022 Sailings and Beyond

  1. Lars

    Taking a look on the picture, I wonder why one should choose a 1 Bedroom concierge over a deluxe family verandah. Due to the darker color scheme and different cabinets the concierge room looks even smaller. Even if it would not cost double the price. But for now, I would be happy sailing in any verandah stateroom rather than seeing the ships in the dock

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    1. Scott Sanders Post author

      Concierge rooms include access to the concierge lounge and other perks. Therefore, the room may not be as grandiose, but you’d get the perks of sailing concierge.

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  2. Soundnew

    I know, as with everything it is highly individual what perks might someone willing to be pay for. For me the perks are minimalistic, especially comparing those to other cruise lines. Take for example the extra internet, 100MB is a joke. The cooffe machine is not nearly as good as in cove cafe. On the other hand if you appreciate having some at your hands all the time organizing things, it might be for you, I just dońt. For me the price difference to a regular room is by no means worth it, but I understand if someone else has a different approach.

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