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Disney Magic Magical Makeover
Disney Magic Magical Makeover
Inside stateroom on the Disney Magic
The Disney Magic received a "magical makeover" in late 2013 and the Disney Wonder's staterooms received the same treatment in 2015, delivering substantial changes to stateroom decor. We note those changes throughout this chapter, but there's always more to say. All staterooms, from category 11C on up to the Royal Suites, were affected. Overall, the changes bring the Magic Class staterooms into line with the Dream Class, though there are some features that do not carry over. Carpeting, upholstery, bedding, curtains, decorative elements, and most furniture were replaced in all categories, and all is either identical to or in the same spirit as the Dream Class ships. Touches like the gold-embroidered throw pillow on the queen bed have added elegance at very little added cost. For stateroom categories 4-11, the most dramatic change is the queen bed, which is now the same style as on the Dream Class. The bed can no longer be separated into two singles, and has an elevated, exposed-wood frame that facilitates under-bed luggage storage. There is a massive, padded headboard in dark blue leatherette, flanked by wall-hung lamps and bedside shelves. The vertical "steamer trunk" found in most rooms was removed, and another chest of drawers added. The oval coffee table, which previously could be raised and lowered, was replaced by a fixed-height model. Door locks are now the tap-to-open variety, but most of the interior electrical features are the same as before. The most notable exception is the addition of easily available electric outlets on the left-hand side of the bed. The Magic Class did not receive some Dream Class "magic"—no Virtual Portholes for the inside staterooms, no twinkling overhead mural of Peter Pan and Tink above the upper berth (see previous page). The bathrooms are also unchanged (no circular tubs in Category 4) except for the shower fixtures and a deep cleaning that left the tile grout as fresh as new. In the suites' living rooms you'll find deep-sculpted cut-pile carpeting with bold, colorful patterns, and color-coordinated upholstery.
Chest of drawers
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