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Staying in Style in a Stateroom
Staying in Style in a Stateroom
Style is, indeed, the operative word for Disney Cruise Line staterooms. Every stateroom, regardless of its price, category, or location, is resplendent with warm, natural woods, luxurious fabrics, nautical touches, and dramatic lighting. Disney’s distinctive design delivers stateroom interiors with more storage space and the innovative split bathrooms found in categories 10 and up. Staterooms on Disney ships have the “luxury of space”—they are substantially larger (up to 25%) than those on many other ships. Ocean views and private verandahs are in generous supply. 73% of the staterooms on the Magic Class ships and 88% of those on the Dream Class have an ocean view, while 44% of all rooms on the Magic Class and 79% of those on the Dream Class have private verandahs. Many cruise industry insiders consider Disney Cruise Line staterooms to be among the best afloat. You’ll actually enjoy being in your stateroom!
Every stateroom has a generous queen-size pillow-top bed, ample closet space, shower/tub combination (or roll-in showers in the handicap-accessible rooms), hair dryer, desk/vanity, phone with voice mail, portable “Wave Phones,” safe, flat screen color TV, small cooler, individual climate controls, and room service. Most staterooms also have a sitting area with a desk/dressing table and a sofa that converts into a twin bed, and most also have a pull-down single berth. A curtain separates the sleeping area from the sitting area. Staterooms sleep 2–7 guests (Magic Class) or 2–5 guests (Dream Class), though most sleep 3–4. Staterooms are located on decks 1–2 and 5–8 (Magic Class) and decks 2 and 5–12 (Dream Class), all of which are above the waterline.
Choosing your stateroom is one of the first things you’ll do after you decide to cruise, so we put this chapter before dining and playing. We recommend you read this chapter along with chapter 2 (page 39) before you make reservations. Different stateroom categories offer different amenities, and some rooms and decks have an added benefit or two. The ship will be your home away from home for several days. Stateroom changes and upgrades are rarely available once you board.
Top Photo Slice: Alexander checks out a towel animal in our stateroom (℗ 53293) Photo contributed by © Jennifer Marx
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