Disney Wish Stateroom 14000 Tour – Wish Tower Suite

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 unique concierge suite was designed with artwork, iconography and materials that evoke the Oceania-inspired world of “Moana.”

For Disney Cruise Line, stateroom 14000 is a first-of-its-kind accommodation, located high in the forward funnel above the upper decks, guests enter via a special entry accessible via a private elevator from Deck 10 and 12 to deck 14. Additionally, there is a nondescript door to a stairwell is located on deck 12, just off the upper deck.

Disney Wish Concierge Wish Tower Suite 14000

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

Just off the main area on the port side is a library which can be converted into a bedroom with queen size wall bed.

Also on the first level, is a bedroom with built in bunk beds with illuminated Moana inspired ceiling constellations.

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. Below is a look at the bedroom and bath on the starboard side.

Moving across the loft, is the other bedroom on the port side.

Disney Wish Tower Suite Video Tour

No privacy at all around this place! Cousin Orville took over the coolest stateroom on the ship, and rigged up something pretty clever, he calls it automatic blinds.

In contrast, this is the view from the starboard bedroom window.

Wish Tower Suite

There is no argument that this is a unique stateroom, but it does lack a private verandah and guests around the upper decks can look right into your stateroom.

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5 Replies to “Disney Wish Stateroom 14000 Tour – Wish Tower Suite”

  1. mike

    Ahh so it’s like a human terrarium. Got it. No outside verandah means this is a glorified ocean view room that actually looks out onto the lido deck of the Axiom. Thanks but no thanks.

  2. Lisa

    Feel bad for the people dropping $$$$$ to stay in this tower not realizing that even with their blinds closed they are on full display! They should have done one-way windows.

  3. Marc

    The more I read about the Wish, I wish it weren’t so. When we sail again, I think we’re going to avoid this ship. Sounds like they went backwards in more ways than not. We’ll stick with the Dream or Fantasy.


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