During our Halloween on the High Seas DCL Blog Group Cruise aboard the Disney Wish, we stayed in stateroom 11006, a Category 3B Concierge Family Oceanview Stateroom, and our friends were in the connecting stateroom of the same category 11004.

These two staterooms are located on deck 11 forward on the port side overlooking the bow, but the corner stateroom 11006 features a very unique layout effectively making this room, a 1 bedroom suite! You can read a little bit about each stateroom below with a full walkthrough video of each room below.

Stateroom 11004

Stateroom 11004 is a typical rectangular floorpan, and is an extremely spacious oceanview stateroom with floor to ceiling windows overlooking the bow. In addition to the bed, there is a convertible couch and pull down bunk. Two chairs bookend a smaller table creating a lovely seating area to enjoy the view.

Stateroom 11006

Stateroom 11006 is unique featuring a very large room with a separate bedroom you can enter from one of two doors. The door near the windows entered into a small private vanity area. The stateroom includes a split bath, convertible couch, pull down bunk, muphy bed, and 2 TVs with floor to ceiling windows overlooking the bow. There is a fun feature, push a button and the blinds will open or close! Plus, this stateroom was overflowing with storage options providing more than enough space when cruising in this room at max capacity.

The room was so large, we ended up using the living area as a venue to host music trivia and pumpkin decorating as part of our group cruise activities.

Overall, stateroom 11006 is amazing, and would be ideal for longer voyages where you can sit back and enjoy the view pretending to be in the bridge.

Have you stayed in these staterooms, what did you think about it? Do you have a stateroom review to share? You can submit your own stateroom review. Start by searching for your stateroom on this page, then look for the link titled Submit your own stateroom review.



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