Stay in luxury at sea in the Disney Fantasy’s Roy O. Disney Royal Suite

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Roy O. Disney Royal Suite &#169 The Walt Disney Company

Roy O. Disney Royal Suite © The Walt Disney Company

Disney Vacation Guide to the Roy O. Disney Royal Suite on the Disney Fantasy

There is a lot of luxury aboard the newest ship in the Disney Cruise Line – the Disney Fantasy. One of the most impressive parts of the ship is one of two signature royal suites; the Roy O. Disney Suite.

This extravagant space is decorated with Art Deco touches of glamour from the 1920s and 1930s. A stay in the master bedroom gives you sweeping views of the ocean if you can stay awake long enough to enjoy that view, what with the fluffy Frette feather duvets, deluxe Frette bed linens and memory foam pillows doing their best to lull you into a relaxing deep sleep.

Roy O. Disney Royal Suite &#169 The Walt Disney Company

Roy O. Disney Royal Suite © The Walt Disney Company

The Media Library

Sink into a cozy armchair or kick up your feet from the comfy sofa and enjoy watching a Disney movie, or maybe just lose yourself in a book. The Roy O. Disney Royal Suite’s Media Library will allow you to kick back and relax.

Roy O. Disney Royal Suite Private Verandah &#169 The Walt Disney Company

Roy O. Disney Royal Suite Private Verandah © The Walt Disney Company

Private Verandah

Escape to your own private teakwood verandah and relax in a comfy cushy deck chair or take a soak in the hot tub.

Other Roy O. Disney Royal Suite Details

Your main living quarters have floor to ceiling windows. Other amenities include two bathrooms including a master bath with a rain shower, a whirlpool tub, double sinks and walk-in closets. There’s a dining salon, pantry and wet bar, all with stunning ocean views.

Peep through the Magical Porthole

All staterooms on the Disney Fantasy have Magical Portholes, offering a special “window” to the world with real-time views outside the ship. Live video feed is fed from high-definition cameras on the exterior of the ship to each Magical Porthole. Entertaining animated characters like Peach the starfish from”Finding Nemo” or the flying balloon house from “UP” may pop by the porthole as you observe the outside views!

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