Disney Wish Tower Suite
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Video: Take a Tour of the Tower Suite on the ‘Disney Wish’

The profile of a Disney Cruise Line ship is arguably iconic in its romanticizing of the multi-stacked art deco splendor of the golden age of ocean liners. But in today’s modern age of ship design, there is no longer a need for more than one exhaust stack. So, ever since the Disney Magic was built, Walt Disney Imagineers have devoted that faux stack to enhancing the passenger experience. In the past, the space has been used for bars and other akin indoor spaces. But, on the Disney Wish, that stack is home to an actual room, The Disney Wish Tower Suite, and it is one of the most opulent accommodations available on the ship.

Disney Parks posted a video tour of the suite on their social media this week, and you can see it here:


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As they said in the video, “this first-of-its-kind penthouse includes a spacious living area that can fit up to eight people.” It is loosely themed after Walt Disney Animation Studios’ motion picture Moana and features magical lightning features. It also boasts overall extravagance rarely seen on a cruise ship, including a two-story ceiling and a massive master bathroom. The living area is capped off by a massive row of tinted windows that provide a level of privacy to the families inside while providing one of the coolest panoramic views on any cruise ship.

Disney Wish Tower Suite

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The Tower suite is just one of the plethora of options exclusive to Disney Cruise Line’s newest and grandest ship, including the AquaMouse water attraction, the Star Wars Hyperspace Lounge, and the first-ever Walt Disney Imagineering Lab.

Disney Wish Christening

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Related: Disney Wish Guest Joins Cinderella in Sweet Transformation

The Disney Wish sets off on her maiden voyage from Port Canaveral, Florida, for The Bahamas and Castaway Cay on July 14.

We at Disney Fanatic will continue to update our readers on Disney Cruise Line news and stories as more developments come to light.

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TK is a writer and editor based in Tampa, FL with a passion for all things Disney, and adventure.