Disney Cruise Line and Its Ports of Call LIVE! Guidebook

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Category 5 & 6 Staterooms

Category 5 & 6 Staterooms

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Categories 5 and 6 are the Deluxe Staterooms With Verandahs, the most plentiful categories on board. These staterooms are identical to category 4 in most ways (see previous pages) except they sleep one less guest and are smaller (214/204 sq. ft.—19.9/19 sq. m. interior), as they need floor space for one less bed. The bathrooms have rectangular tubs, rather than the round tubs found in classes V and 4 on the Dream Class ships. The Magic and Wonder’s 220 category 5 staterooms are located on decks 5, 6, and 7, mostly midship and aft. Avoid 6588 and 7590, as they are across from laundry rooms. The 32 category 6 staterooms are situated aft on decks 5, 6, and 7. All have a "solid white wall" balcony railing (as opposed to the clear plexiglass walls of all other verandahs), which restricts views, especially when you're seated inside the stateroom. We recommend decks 6 and 7 for their slightly deeper verandahs. The 443 category 5 and 30 category 6 staterooms on the Dream Class ships are on decks 5–10. Category 5E staterooms in the very aft (facing back) on these ships have extra-deep verandahs. Aft-facing “solid wall” verandahs on these ships actually have clear plexiglass above an 18" solid lower wall, so the impact on views is minimal.

Verandah at sunset

Stateroom entry way

A category 6 stateroom on the Disney Dream

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