Disney Wish Concierge Wish Tower Suite Stateroom 14000 Revealed

The latest Disney Wish deck plans revealed mystery stateroom 14000 as the Concierge Wish Tower Suite, a first-of-its-kind accommodation, perched high in the funnel above the upper decks, features décor inspired by the movie Moana. Guests enter via a special entry accessible via a private elevator from Deck 10 and 12 and relax in the double-height living room which features a spectacular chandelier and floor-to-ceiling glass windows—ideal for taking in sweeping ocean views.

The magnificent living room will be flanked by an open dining area, a large pantry and a bar, all offering extraordinary views across the upper decks to the horizon through an expansive two-story window wall.

DCL Disney Wish Tower Suite Living Room

“Each of our theme parks has a majestic icon that captures our guests’ imaginations,” said Laura Cabo, portfolio creative executive, Walt Disney Imagineering. “On a Disney cruise ship, that beacon of magic is our signature red funnels. For the first time ever, guests aboard the Disney Wish will be able to book an incredible two-story suite that’s actually located within one of our funnels. With the Wish Tower Suite, we are creating a breathtaking experience that continues our tradition of the most unique and enchanting accommodations at sea.”

Located on the upper-level loft, the main bedrooms will be lavish and serene with king beds, walk-in closets and floor-to-ceiling windows looking out over the living area below to the views beyond. The main bathrooms will each have double vanities, soaking tubs and rain showers.

Disney Wish Concierge Wish Tower Suite 14000

The Disney Wish 1,966 sq. ft. Concierge Wish Tower Suite offers accommodations for up to 8 guests with it’s own grand spiral staircase, an open dining salon, pantry with wet bar stocked with water and soda.

The suite features 2 main bedrooms, each with a king sized bed. A children’s bedroom with unique bunk beds, and a library/bedroom with queen size wall bed. The suite offers sweeping ocean vies thanks to a floor-to-ceiling window in the main living space.

Additionally, the tower suite includes 4.5 bathrooms, including 2 main bathrooms with double sinks, stand-alone bathtubs and walk-in rain showers.

DCL Disney Wish Tower Suite Main Bathroom

The children’s room has its own bathroom with shower.

DCL Disney Wish Staterooms Concierge Tower Suite Kids Bunk Beds

Library/bedroom area on Deck 14 has a full bathroom with double sinks and a shower. There is also a Guest bathroom at the entry.

DCL Disney Wish Tower Suite Library Bedroom

The Wish Tower Suite is being designed with artwork, iconography and materials that evoke the Oceania-inspired world of “Moana.” A soothing palette of calm blues, soft whites and deep corals will lay the foundation for family rest and relaxation, while creative ornaments and custom artwork will convey sophisticated nods to the characters and locales of the film.

DCL Disney Wish Tower Suite Exterior

The piece de resistance will be a hand-crafted porcelain sculpture that comes alive in an only-Disney-can-do way. When guests arrive home to the Wish Tower Suite, they may discover the statue pulsing in myriad hues of green amid soft chimes that recall the film’s distinctive soundtrack, revealing itself as the heart of Te Fiti. The special lighting and audio effects will eventually fill the room to provide a truly magical, one-of-a-kind greeting.

Other film-inspired decorations include a custom canvas piece depicting Moana sailing on the sea; dimensional props that celebrate the treasures of the ocean and the local crafts of Moana’s village; and a glittering sculpture composed of shiny objects – a playful interpretation of Tamatoa’s dazzling collection. The children’s room, which will feature uniquely designed built-in bunkbeds, will enchant kids of all ages with a sparkling constellation pattern that lights up the ceiling to reveal imagery from the movie composed entirely of stars: Moana’s oar, Gramma Tala, Maui’s hook and the heart of Te Fiti.

Guests can expect the royal treatment while staying in the Wish Tower Suite, marked by the expert service of a personal concierge team, an elegant array of curated experiences, a delightful selection of daily treats and a private elevator.

The Wish Tower Suite will feature plush Frette duvets, bed linens, bath towels and robes; motorized sheer and block-out curtains; a wet bar stocked with water and sodas; complimentary internet access; and a deluxe menu of hypo-allergenic, feather and therapeutic memory foam pillows. Guests will also enjoy VIP access to the concierge lounge and sun deck with two whirlpools, a wading pool, a bar, lush lounge furniture and the superlative service of a pool deck host.

5 Replies to “Disney Wish Concierge Wish Tower Suite Stateroom 14000 Revealed”

  1. Lars

    That is a really great layout. The interior design is not my cup of tea though. Much too much gold and very conservative. Would have been great to see a more nordic inspired design.

  2. James

    I’m trying to figure out a cohesive theme for the ship, other then hodgepodge.Moana makes zero sense. Why not Rapunzel’s tower or Cinderella inspired. Or change the aft character to Moana. Seriously, pick a few characters and a theme and use that for most of the area of the ship.

  3. MG

    What is VIP access to the concierge lounge and sundeck? A private area within an already private area? Private-er?

  4. Jo

    Speaking of private areas, on one hand I think having all the children’s areas on Deck 2 has its advantages. However, I am very happy that was not the case when mine were going to club.
    Deck 5 mid-ship was so convenient for drop off and pick up. Plus, it was the most stable part of the ship as far as any kind of turbulence in case little ones did not yet have their sea legs. Even when mine got too old for club, I would enjoy walking by and seeing those happy little faces coming in and out of club. As far as decor, the colors are lovely, but I agree with you James; the ship does seem like a bunch of hodgepodge. Almost as if there was no one to “edit” ideas that were being brainstormed.

  5. Brie

    The theme for the suites is royalty. Moana is part of the Disney Princess line just like Sleeping Beauty, Rapunzel and Ariel which makes a Moana theme royalty based just like most of the ship’s design style. So far those are the four Disney princesses that have suites based on them and their movies. Moana and Ariel also make sense due to their relationship with the ocean. We know there will be four Sleeping Beauty royal suites (2 with staircases) and seven Little Mermaid rooms. What’s not clear is the theming for the rest of the 76 concierge rooms. Will they all be Rapunzel?


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