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Category 10 Staterooms

Category 10 Staterooms

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On the Magic Class ships, the 101 category 10 staterooms are found on decks 1, 2, 5, 6, and 7. The staterooms on deck 1 are our least favorite because the corridor doesn’t run the entire length of the deck making it harder to reach the aft of the ship. Many of the staterooms on deck 2 are immediately below noisy places. To avoid noises from above, try for odd-numbered staterooms between 2071–2075, 2571–2575, 2101–2111, 2601–2611, 2629–2635, and 2129–2135. We also recommend the staterooms on deck 7. You should also note that almost half of the category 10 staterooms have connecting rooms. If you need only one stateroom, our advice is to avoid these connecting rooms. Many cruisers have reported that the connecting doors do not dampen noise well. Try to swing a category 10 on deck 5 (5020, 5022, 5024, 5520, 5522, or 5524) with a partially obstructed, “secret” porthole—see the next page for details. All category 10 staterooms sleep up to four guests. Six category 10 rooms were added to deck 2 in 2015 (Magic) and 2016 (Wonder), replacing the space formerly used for the Edge tween club. Two Category 9 rooms on Deck 6 of the Magic Class were reclassified to category 10 in 2016.

On the Dream Class vessels, 19 category 10 rooms fill various odd spaces on decks 5–9. With so few available, they’re hard to come by and may be candidates for free upgrades.

All inside staterooms on the Dream Class ships have nifty “virtual portholes” with real-time, high definition video views outdoors that correspond to the stateroom’s location on the ship (port/starboard) and occasional visits by a wide variety of animated friends from Disney feature films and shorts. Porthole animations are preceded by a bit of animated pixie dust and occur once every 30 minutes. View our video of a porthole at http://www.passporter.com/disney-dream.

Dream Class

A “virtual porthole” in stateroom #8643.

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Top Photo Slice: A view of an inside stateroom on the renovated Disney Magic ship (℗ 43257) Photo contributed by © Jennifer Marx


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