Staterooms can differ from Cruise Line to Cruise Line, but most have a basic layout. What makes Disney Cruise Ships unique is that they focus on families. Staterooms are a little larger then on other Cruse Lines, they have extra sleeping options (like pull down beds), some have split bathrooms, and they have magical extras (like magical portholes). Disney does their best to make even the cruising experience comfortable for families with various stateroom choices.
Disney Cruise Line currently has four ships: Wonder, Magic, Fantasy, and Dream. The Disney Wonder and Disney Magic are sister ships, and the Disney Fantasy and Disney Dream are sister ships. Sister ships are virtually the same in design/layout. There are some differences, but they are very similar.
Take a look at some of the stateroom options on the Disney Fantasy and the Disney Dream.
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