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Inside Staterooms (cat. 10-11)

Inside Staterooms (cat. 10-11)

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Resplendent with the same luxurious decor found in the other staterooms, inside staterooms are smaller and more affordable versions of the higher categories. Inside staterooms make up 30% (Magic Class)/12% (Dream Class) of the staterooms onboard and are located on decks 1, 2, 5, 6, and 7/2, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10.

AMENITIES

Inside staterooms come in two layouts. Category 10 is the Deluxe Inside Stateroom and is 214/200 sq. ft. (19.9/18.6 sq. m.) with a split bath (see below). Category 11 is the Standard Inside Staterooms at 184/169 sq. ft. (17/15.7 sq. m.). Beyond the size and the split bath, there’s little difference. All categories put the sitting area before the sleeping area, because without a window there’s no benefit to having the sitting area at the farthest end of the stateroom. Two notable differences between category 10 and 11 on the Magic Class is the orientation of the bed (see room layout diagrams on page 148 and page 149) and that none of the staterooms in category 11 offer connecting rooms. The Dream Class added the new “virtual porthole” built into the queen bed’s headboard (see page 148). Connecting rooms are plentiful in category 11 on the Dream Class ships.

The toilet/sink room

The shower/tub/sink room

The split bathroom found in category 10 (as well as V and 4–9) is convenient for families.

A category 11 bathroom

A cat. 11 accessible bathroom

The one-room bathroom in category 11 is much more compact. We show two views: a regular bathroom and an accessible bathroom.

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Top Photo Slice: Inside stateroom with virtual porthole on the Disney Fantasy (℗ 36491) Photo contributed by © iloverags2



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