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Everything to Know About the Disney Treasure
May 6, 2024

UPDATED MAY 2024. Here at Get Away Today, we love exploring the variety Disney Cruise Line has to offer. From each Disney Cruise Line ship, ports of call all over the world, outstanding on board entertainment and dining experiences, our Cruise team knows every in and out of cruising with Disney.

Disney Cruise Line currently has these ships in their fleet, including future announced ships:
  • Disney Magic (1998, reimagined 2013)
  • Disney Wonder (1999, reimagined in 2016)
  • Disney Dream (2011)
  • Disney Fantasy (2012)
  • Disney Wish (2022)
  • Disney Treasure (2024)
  • Disney Adventure (2025)
  • New Disney Cruise Ship (2025)
Today, we’re taking a closer look at the Disney Treasure. Keep reading our Disney Treasure review to find out more about the state rooms, dining, entertainment and more.

Disney Treasure Quick Look

Set your compass toward the Disney Treasure, the newest ship in the Disney Cruise Line fleet, where the spirit of adventure meets the daring tales of classic Disney films and Disney park attractions—sailing 7-night Eastern and Western Caribbean itineraries beginning December 2024.
  • Set Sail: December 2024
  • Sleeps up To: four in Standard Inside Stateroom or up to eight in the Concierge Tomorrow Tower Suite
  • Ports of Call: Eastern and Western Caribbean
  • Best Price Guarantee: Yes, when you book your cruise with Get Away Today
Weighing in at 140,000 tons, The Disney Treasure is almost the exact same size as its sister ship, the Disney Wish. The ship fits up to 4,000 passengers and 1,555 crew members at full capacity.

Disney Treasure Staterooms

Learn everything you need to know about the staterooms on the Disney Treasure to help you plan your Disney Cruise. We are your Disney Cruise Line experts and can help you find the perfect stateroom aboard the Disney Treasure.

At more than 1200 staterooms on the Disney Treasure has something for every traveler including these room types:
  • Inside
  • Oceanview
  • Verandah
  • Concierge
  • Royal Suites
Each category is then broken down into even more selections, such as standard and deluxe rooms. It can seem overwhelming if you don't know what you're looking for, so we've broken it down for you below:

Disney Treasure Inside Staterooms

Inside staterooms are located inside the Disney Treasure ship and do not offer a window or balcony to the outside. You’ll be surrounded by artwork that pays homage to the bold stories of Disney films and enjoy space to spread out and unpack. Offering plenty of storage, a queen-size bed, pull-down bed, convertible couch and upscale amenities, your stateroom serves as a restful haven where you can take time to relax.

When selecting an inside stateroom on the Disney Treasure, you’ll be able to choose from either standard or deluxe options. Below are details on each and how they differ.

Disney Treasure Standard Inside Staterooms
  • Sleeps up to four
  • 169 square feet
  • Queen bed, single sleeper sofa and upper-berth pull-down bed when sleeping four
  • Category 11A: Deck 9, 10 and 1, Category 11B: Deck 6, 7 and 8, Category 11C: Deck 2
  • Accessible options are offered in categories 11A, 11B and 11C: Decks 2, 8 and 9; Staterooms 2559, 8073 and 9175
  • Full bathroom with vanity, sink, shower and tub
  • Sitting area with couch, desk and TV
  • Privacy curtain between sitting area and sleeping space

Disney Treasure Oceanview Deluxe Staterooms

Only Deluxe Oceanview Staterooms can be found on the Disney Treasure. These cabins are very similar to the Deluxe Inside Staterooms, except they offer a view outside of the ship. If you are worried about sea sickness, consider booking at least an oceanview stateroom.

Look out to the sea in a stateroom decorated with artwork and touches celebrating the iconic elements of Disney movies. Featuring a queen-size bed, pull-down bed, sitting area with convertible couch, split bathrooms and upscale amenities, it’s the perfect place to recharge.
  • Sleeps up to four
  • 218 square feet
  • One large porthole window
  • Queen bed, single sleeper sofa and upper berth pull-down bed when sleeping four
  • Category 9A: Decks 7 and 8, Category 9B: Deck 2, Category 9C: Decks 7 and 8, Category 9D: Decks 6 and 7
  • Categories 9B and 9D: Decks 2 and 6; Staterooms 2062, 6006 and 6504
  • Split bath, except for in accessible staterooms
  • Sitting area with couch, desk and TV
  • Privacy curtain between the sleeping and sitting areas
Also note that in select Deluxe Oceanview Staterooms, a celestial scene featuring original artwork and a magical message from Genie reveals itself when the upper-berth bed is pulled down (applicable only for staterooms that sleep 4).

Disney Treasure Deluxe Family Oceanview Staterooms

  • Sleeps up to five
  • 237 square feet
  • Large porthole for ocean views
  • Queen bed, single convertible sofa, upper-berth single pull-down bed and single wall pull-down bed (for rooms that sleep 5)
  • Categories 8B: Decks 8 and 9, 8C: Decks 6 and 7
  • Accessible staterooms are available in 8C: Deck 7; Staterooms 7510 (has a pillar in room, but still fully accessible) and 7512
  • Split bath, although accessible staterooms will have a full bath instead
  • Sitting area with desk, couch and TV
  • Privacy curtain between sleeping space and sitting area
Again, the biggest difference here is in the size of each stateroom. Depending on price, it may be worth it to upgrade to the Family Staterooms to have more room to spread out.

Disney Treasure Verandah Staterooms

Take in spectacular sea views from your own private balcony. And with a queen-size bed, pull-down bed, sitting area with convertible couch, split bathrooms and upscale amenities, you can retire in comfort to your hideaway on the high seas.

Choose from:
  • Deluxe Family Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah
  • Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah
  • Sleeps up to five
  • 243 or 284 square feet
  • Private balcony
  • Queen bed, pull-down bed, sitting area with convertible couch
  • Categories 4A: Decks 10 and 11, 4B: Decks 8 and 9, 4C: Decks 6 and 7, 4E: Decks 6, 9 and 10 (features an oversized private balcony). Also in categories 5A: Deck 10, 5B: Decks 8 and 9, 5C: Decks 6 and 7, 6A: Decks 8 and 9, 6B: Decks 6 and 7, 7A: Decks 6, 7, 8 and 9
  • Accessible staterooms are available in 4B and 4C: Decks 6,7, and 8; Staterooms 6106, 6108, 7106, 7108, 7602, 7604, 8104, 8106, 8602 and 8604 as well as 5B and 5C: Decks 6,7,8 and 9; Staterooms: 6026, 6200, 6524, 7196, 7198, 7692, 7694, 8190, 8194, 8688, 8692, 9180, 9680, and 9682
  • Split bath, although accessible staterooms will have a full bath instead
  • Sitting area with desk, couch and TV
  • Privacy curtain between sleeping space and sitting area

Disney Treasure Concierge Staterooms

The last staterooms on the Disney Treasure are the Concierge Staterooms. You’ll delight in lavishly appointed staterooms with interiors inspired by the classic Disney film The Lion King, or find your home at sea in one of the Finding Nemo-themed staterooms at the front of the ship that include incredible forward-facing views. Concierge Guests also have access to special services, benefits and exclusive spaces.

Choose from these concierge staterooms:
  • Concierge Family Oceanview Stateroom, Finding Nemo-themed, sleeps 5 with 357 square feet
  • Concierge Family Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah, Lion King-themed, sleeps 5 with 296 square feet
  • Concierge 1-Bedroom Suite with Extended Verandah, Lion King-themed, sleeps 5 with 1031 square feet
  • Concierge 1-Bedroom Suite with Verandah, Lion King-themed, sleeps 5 with 608 square feet
  • Concierge 2-Story Royal Suite with Verandah, The Bagheera Royal Suite honors the panther from The Jungle Book and the forest he calls home, while the Rajah Royal Suite draws inspiration from Princess Jasmine’s pet tiger and the regal palace of Agrabah, both sleep 6 with 1759 square feet
  • Concierge Tomorrow Tower Suite, This one-of-a-kind penthouse at sea captures the same ingenious spirit that inspired EPCOT at Walt Disney World Resort, with avant-garde design, dynamic art pieces, molten metals accents and colorful stained glass.Boasting its own private elevator and glimpses to the open horizon through an expansive 2-story window, the Tomorrow Tower Suite truly embraces the adventures of tomorrow. Sleeps 8 with 2000 square feet.

Disney Treasure Dining

Disney Treasure brings dining experiences full of adventure, electable meals, and incredible, immersive dining 3 imaginative restaurants each night of your voyage—plus so much more!

Casual Dining on Disney Treasure

Marceline Market
An eclectic marketplace with classic favorites, international specialties and plant-based offerings serving breakfast and lunch.

Jumbeaux’s Sweets
A larger than life ice cream parlor inspired by Jerry Jumbeaux Jr. from Zootopia. Bring your elephant sized appetite and enjoy handmade gelato and ice cream, plus specialty treats and candies.

Walkup Cafes
Jade’s Cricket Café and Heihei Café offer quick coffee, tea and snack options for those on the go. They are just steps away from the Grand Hall and offer all the pick me ups you need.

Mickey and Friends Festival of Foods
This food court style space on the upper deck is the center of culinary excitement. Different themed food stations, including:
  • Mickey’s Smokestack BBQ
  • Donald’s Cantina
  • Daisy’s Pizza Pies
  • Goofy’s Grill
  • Minnie’s Delights

Soft Drink Station
Another thing we love about Disney Cruise Line are the soft drink stations that are open 24 hours a day. Having soda included with your cruise is a huge perk to Disney Cruise Line.

Main Dining on Disney Treasure

Each night you’ll rotate between the main dining restaurants for dinner. Dining times are typically 6:00 pm and 8:15 pm. If you have the first dining time, you'll be assigned the second show time and vice versa.

You might consider the second dining time for two main reasons. One, your kids might be more alert for the shows. Two, if you choose the second seating, your servers can rush dinner out for your kids and they have the option to go to the Oceaneers Club. The counselors will even come pick them up at the restaurant for you so you can continue with dinner. That may have been the most magical of all!

The Disney Treasure offers three main dining restaurants:
  • Plaza de Coco
Be transported to the colorful plaza of Santa Cecilia during this multi-night, Coco-themed theatrical dining experience featuring the flavors of Mexico. On your first night, watch as Miguel and the town mariachis entertain with lively song and dance. Then, on the second night, behold the plaza’s transformation to a fun-filled Dia de los Muertos celebration with Mamá Coco, Abuelita and the rest of the Rivera family.
  • Worlds of Marvel
Suit up to save the day at Worlds of Marvel—a cinematic dining experience of epic proportions. Explore powerful quantum technology during “Avengers: Quantum Encounter,” featuring a special appearance by Spider-Man live and in-person. All the while, indulge in a global menu inspired by the origins of your favorite Super Heroes, featuring a range of delicacies from classic American fare to rich African flavors.
  • 1923
Named after the year The Walt Disney Studios was founded, the elegant 1923 restaurant celebrates the imagination of classic animation and the unwavering spirit of the original studio that started it all. Feel like Hollywood royalty as you dine on fresh California cuisine amid storyboards, sketches and props from adventure-themed Disney movies like Tarzan, The Lion King, Aladdin and more.

Exclusive Dining on Disney Treasure

For something extra magical or even a celebration, there are several reservation restaurants available, some for an additional fee.

The Rose
Adults only, Beauty and the Beast lounge reminiscent of an enchanted castle with floating rose petals and ocean views.

The Haunted Mansion Parlor
Welcome foolish mortals to this first-of-its-kind haunted lounge featuring ghoulishly delightful "spirits." But be forewarned: grim grinning ghosts are bound to materialize as a new chapter of the beloved 999 happy haunts story is about to unfold. This adult-exclusive escape is exactly what you need.

The venue will resemble a well-appointed ship parlor, which once belonged to a jovial sea captain and his strange, but captivating fiancé. With so many rumors swirling about, it’s hard to say what happened to the happy couple following their sudden and mysterious disappearances – but our most discerning guests may glean the truth by deciphering clues hidden around the bar.

The Haunted Mansion Parlor’s eerie portrait gallery will depict some of the wandering souls that have taken up residence onboard the Disney Treasure. The collection of works will be reminiscent of the quintessential paintings inside the Haunted Mansion attraction.

Inside you’ll find portraits telling their story:

  • The Mariner
  • The Good-Humored Sea Captain
  • The Captain's Bride-To-Be
Skipper Society
Watch your head and watch your step as you enter this exotic lounge inspired by the world-famous Jungle Cruise attraction. With tributes to skippers and their many adventures on the Nile, Amazon, Congo and other famous waterways, Skipper Society is the perfect place to sip back and relax. And please… keep all hands, arms, feet and legs inside the lounge at all times. Adults only.

Room Service
Craving an early breakfast? Or maybe a midnight chocolate chip cookie? The Disney Treasure provides 24/7 room service to every stateroom. The best part is that most items – including those midnight chocolate chip cookies – are included in the price of your cruise.

Disney Cruise Line is known for their food and service, which is why you can be sure you won’t be disappointed at any of these options. Especially when you follow them up with Disney’s world-class entertainment.

Disney Treasure Entertainment

We all know that Disney Parks tend to go big or go home and Disney Cruise Line is no different. On the Disney Treasure, you’ll find deck parties, Broadway-caliber shows, the chance to meet Disney characters and more.

Here’s a breakdown of all the fun to be had aboard.

Mickey’s Sail-A-Wave Party!... A Bon Voyage Celebration
Get ready to party when you step onto the Disney Treasure! You’ll be joined by Disney characters who are ready to celebrate the beginning of your cruise.

Pirate Night
Check your itinerary for this swashbuckling event. Your entire family will want to dress the part as this event spans through dinner and into the night. Pirate-themed games, meet-and-greets and more will end with a spectacular fireworks show. Just be aware that fireworks are not permitted on some Alaskan sailings on the Disney Treasure.

The Tale of Moana
Exclusively on the Disney Treasure, Disney The Tale of Moana, inspired by the blockbuster Disney film, brings the adventurous journey of Moana to center stage for the very first time. Join Moana as she sets sail across the vast ocean in this Broadway-style musical that celebrates the courage to follow your dreams.

Disney Seas the Adventure
The original stage spectacular stars Goofy and other beloved Disney and Pixar friends as they journey through uncharted waters, complete with favorite songs from such films as The Princess and the Frog, Moana, Frozen II and more.

Behold Beauty and the Beast
A dazzling musical performance featuring vibrant costumes, sensational set designs and heartwarming songs you’ve come to love from the movie.

Seasonal Celebrations
If you’re going on a Very Merrytime, New Year’s Eve or Halloween on the High Seas itinerary, make sure to check the daily schedule for additional seasonal deck parties.

Disney Treasure Clubs

Family cruising with Disney doesn’t have to mean everything is a family event. There is plenty of space to explore onboard specific for all ages, kids only and even some teen only spaces.

“it’s a small world” Nursery
If you're traveling with kids ages 6 months to three-years-old, you can take advantage of the "it's a small world" nursery. Child care is available for children who are under age three and not potty trained for an additional fee.

Star Wars: Cargo Bay in Disney’s Oceaneer Club
This kids only location caters to children ages 3-12. Kids will love hanging out with Disney Characters each day. Step aboard a starship prepping for a mission to aid the Resistance and join forces with Star Wars friends like Chewbacca and Rey. Plus, become the crew’s newest exotic-creature handler and wrangle exciting animals like Porgs, Loth-Cats, a Dianoga and more.

It’s the perfect spot for tweens and tweens with a space imagined just for them. This hangout offers a space for movies, crafts, games and hanging out with other kids their age Teens and tweens ages 11-14 only.

Teens ages 14-17 will have a blast at Vibe, whether it’s listening to music, dancing or competing with other teens to get the highest video game score. The decor matches the name, it’s a total Vibe.

And don’t forget to explore these other areas and activities (some age specific):
  • Walt Disney Imagineering Lab
  • Mickey & Minnie’s Captain Deck
  • Fairytale Hall

Disney Treasure Pools & Amenities

Carefree days at sea mean leisurely afternoons by the pool or It’s just one way to spend your day aboard Disney Treasure! There are 10 pools plus water play areas like Toy Story Splash Zone and a “slide-a-saurus Rex” family slide.

Don’t forget to check out the AquaMouse—a water coaster adventure featuring an all-new Mickey and Minnie Mouse short called Curse of the Golden Egg.

One more tip for your Disney Treasure cruise, download the Disney Cruise Line app before your trip. It serves as both a personal navigator and a communication tool throughout your cruise. All you have to do is download the app before your cruise, and it becomes activated once you are on your ship. You'll just turn your phone on airplane mode and use the Disney Cruise Line Guest Wi-Fi.

You will be able to view all of the scheduled activities, meal times, menus, shows and more for each day of the cruise. You can even favorite which activities and the app will send you a reminder 15 minutes prior to the activity beginning.

The app also served as a free messaging service that you can use to communicate with other guests aboard the ship. You are assigned a specific messaging number (different from your stateroom number) which makes meeting up much easier.

Decks on the Disney Treasure

Finding your way around this massive ship will be a breeze once you get the general lay out. Let’s look at what you can find on each of the eleven decks of the Disney Treasure.

Disney Treasure Deck 1
  • Tender Lobbies
Disney Treasure Deck 2
  • “It’s a small world” nursery
  • Oceaner Club
  • Staterooms
Disney Treasure Deck 3
  • 1923
  • Grand Hall
Disney Treasure Deck 4
  • Worlds of Marvel
  • Hook’s Barbery
  • Untangled Salon
  • Heihei Cafe
  • Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique
Disney Treasure Deck 5
  • Plaza de Coco
  • Edge
  • Jade Cricket Cafe
  • Mickey’s Mainsail
  • Shutters Photography Shop
Disney Treasure Deck 6
  • Staterooms
Disney Treasure Deck 7
  • Staterooms
Disney Treasure Deck 8
  • Staterooms
Disney Treasure Deck 9
  • Staterooms
Disney Treasure Deck 10
  • Staterooms
Disney Treasure Deck 11
  • Marceline Market
  • Dory’s Forget-Me-Knots
  • Jumbeaux’s Sweets
Disney Treasure Deck 12
  • Palo Steakhouse
  • Enchante
  • The Rose
  • Hero Zone
  • The Hideaway
  • Vibe
Disney Treasure Deck 13
  • Cove Cafe
  • Quiet Cove
  • Hero Zone
  • AquaMouse
With so much to see and do, it may be hard to convince your family to get off the ship at all! From dining and entertainment to splashing around and shopping, it can all be found on the decks of the Disney Treasure.

Disney Treasure Ports of Call

Where will you sail on your Disney Treasure cruise? Here’s the most up-to-date list of itineraries and ports of call for the Disney Treasure:
  • Alaska
  • Bahamas
  • California Coast
  • Caribbean
  • Mexican Riviera

Book Your Cruise on the Disney Treasure

Don’t be afraid to jump right in–the water is warm. You’re now that much closer to the Disney Cruise you’ve been dreaming about.

We hope this helps you plan your next cruise aboard the Disney Treasure. Our team of cruise experts would love to help you book your next Disney Cruise.

We'll help you find the perfect itinerary whether it's aboard the Disney Treasure, another Disney Cruise Line ship or beyond. You can check out our Disney Cruise specials online, or call our agents directly at 877-510-2929. Bon Voyage!

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Hi Lindsey, thanks for the great question! That sounds so fun. We would recommend giving our cruise department a call. They'd love to help you navigate what would be best for your family when it comes to your first Disney Cruise. You can reach them at 877-510-2929.


We’re starting to plan our first Disney Cruise for next fall (2025). I’m a total newbie to cruises in general, and although I’ve been to WDW many times I want to learn as much about the DCL as possible before we pick our destination and ship. I started researching thinking we would definitely sail out of Port Canaveral and end our trip with a couple of days at WDW. Now I’m not so sure! There are so many options for departure ports and destinations. At that time we will have a 2-year-old and a 5-year-old, so I’m looking for information on what would be a good option for them as well as for my husband and I. Any recommendations for kids of those ages on length, destination, or excursions we should look for?

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