These are photos of stateroom 8602 on the Disney Wonder taken in November 2017. I previously reviewed this stateroom with photos taken in 2015 before the Wonder’s dry dock in 2016, which you can see here. As you will see, this room got a big makeover during the dry dock with totally new finishes and furnishings, as well as some pretty big changes in the overall layout.
This room is a category T Concierge One Bedroom Suite with Verandah. It sleeps 4 people instead of 5 like the standard one bedroom suites because it is handicap accessible and has a different layout. There is no murphy bed for the 5th person, which is why is only sleeps 4. I have read reports of people requesting and receiving a rollaway bed for 2 kids who didn’t want to share the sofa bed, but there are no guarantees. I am not sure if they would allow you to book 5 people in this room with the intention of using a rollaway for the 5th person. You would have to call DCL and ask. This room is all the way at the back of the ship and thus has a much larger verandah than normal, and also connects through an interior door to neighboring one bedroom suite 8600 (also handicap accessible).
When you first enter the room, there is a bathroom on your left. You can see the door in this photo:
This hall bathroom was completely remodeled and reconfigured during the dry dock. It used to have a bathtub, but it doesn’t anymore.
Below is the living area with a dining table for four. The sofa in the background turns into a queen bed. The curtains in the background are covering a sliding door the the verandah.
This is the other side of the living area with the TV cabinet in the back and the door to the bedroom on the right:
On the left side of the living area are 2 doors, the one straight ahead being the connecting door to room 8600 next door, and the one on the right is a walk-in closet.
Here is a close-up of the walk-in closet:
Now onto the bedroom area. There is a queen bed with another sliding door the verandah beside it. There is a desk area with a TV at the foot of the bed:
This next photo is taken from the viewpoint of the bed. The door to the living area is on the right, a closet straight ahead, and the door to the master bath on the left:
The master bath was also completely remodeled and reconfigured during the dry dock:
Because this is a handicap accessible room, it has a roll-in shower:
Note that this room no longer has a bathtub at all if this is important to you.
Now for the verandah, which is enormous! This is either the largest, or close to the largest private verandah on the entire ship. Looking one direction:
And the other direction:
Unfortunately, there is a downside to this verandah, which is the fact that the Cabanas (buffet restaurant) outdoor patio is right above this, and people can and will look over and see you. In the photo below you can see tables and people right up next to the railing:
The reader who sent these said that it was definitely noisy out there until Cabanas closed for the night.
A huge thanks to Jenn G. for sending in these photos!
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