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Category T Staterooms (Magic Class)

Category T Staterooms (Magic Class)

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The 18 suites in category T (506 sq. ft.) on the Magic Class ships are twice the width of a standard stateroom, and sleep 4-5 guests. The bedroom features a queen bed and a master bath with whirlpool tub and separate shower. The living room includes a dining table, wet bar, a double-size convertible sofa, and bath with shower. Most suites also have a fold-down twin bed in the bedroom. Four suites (8032, 8034, 8532, and 8534) have a slightly different layout—the room is triple-width but less deep, and features the pull-down twin bed in the living room. These are under the Goofy Pool, however, and are noisier. Suites 8100, 8102, 8600, and 8602 are handicap-accessible and have deeper verandahs. Decor was refreshed on the Magic in 2013 and the Wonder in late 2015.

Bedroom of a category T stateroom on the Magic

Dave relaxes in the living room of stateroom 8034 on the Disney Magic (pre-rehab)

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