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Special Category 10A Staterooms

Special Category 10A Staterooms

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(Available only on Magic Class ships)

Eight category 10A staterooms on the Magic Class ships have a different layout—and a porthole! Now before you get too excited, the porthole has an obstructed view (see photo below), but most cruisers are delighted with these “secret porthole rooms.” We’ve included the layout for these special staterooms below as well. Six special category 10A staterooms are located on deck 5 (5020, 5022, 5024, 5520, 5522, or 5524), and two are on deck 6 (6006 and 6506), and all sleep up to four guests.

Getting one of these special category 10A staterooms can be difficult. You can simply try checking with Disney Cruise Line or your travel agent to see if one of these staterooms is available for your cruise (use the stateroom numbers noted above). You can also use the Internet to find out which staterooms are still available for your cruise—then if you find that one of these coveted secret porthole staterooms is available, book that cruise before someone else books it. See page 138 to learn how to determine which staterooms are still available for your cruise.

If you’re considering a “secret porthole” stateroom but aren’t sure how you feel about the obstructed view, we refer you to the excellent Platinum Castaway Club web site (http://www.castawayclub.com), which has photos of most of the “secret portholes” so you can judge for yourself. Just click on the “Secret Porthole Rooms” link in the left column to get the photos and a list of pros and cons to help you make your decision.

A “secret porthole” stateroom (#5022)

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Top Photo Slice: Secret Porthole Stateroom (5020) on the Wonder (℗ 53296) Photo contributed by © Jennifer Marx



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