We would recommend our Disney Wonder stateroom 7002 and 7003. Especially stateroom 7002, which had a large window (see video). We enjoyed some fantastic views.
It was less expensive for us to pay for two staterooms directly across from each other instead of the family suite. We had plenty of room with each stateroom holding up to 4 people. Room 702 had a queen size bed with a couch that made into a bed. The main bed as you can see was a little lumpy. This was because it was extremely soft and very comfortable. Room 703 had twin beds with a couch and a pull-down bed over the couch. Both rooms had a split bathroom.
We were one of the first ones to board the ship, which meant we had plenty of time to enjoy our first meal which was an excellent buffet at Parrot Cay. After finishing our lunch, we took the first tour of the ship guided by two of the adult and family cruise staff. Both Robin and Katie from Florida did an excellent job showing us around. After we had finished our lunch and tour, we were anxious to check out the staterooms. Both staterooms were very nice. We were pleasantly surprised.
We immediately noticed all the drawer space and the good-sized closet in each room. Both staterooms had a split bathroom with a sink and bathtub/shower in one bathroom and a separate bath with a sink and toilet.
Two Bathrooms Disney Wonder Stateroom
It was extremely helpful to have two sinks and split bathrooms when several of us had to get ready at the same time. Our staterooms were located in the front of the ship and were soundless. We would love to be able to go aboard the Disney Wonder again one day and enjoy these staterooms.