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Disney Wonder Cabin Reviews - Deluxe Stateroom with Navigator's Verandah

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Deluxe Stateroom with Navigator's Verandah Cabins 12 Reviews
268 sq. ft. - Sleeps 3 - Queen-size bed or two twin beds and single convertible sofa, privacy divider, split bath, and enclosed private verandah.
    
Deluxe Stateroom with Navigator's Verandah (7A)
Deluxe Stateroom with Navigator's Verandah (7A)


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5632
Four Days of Wonder by peterpan47
Great balcony, even though it was only a Navigator's veranda; comfortable bed; the split bathroom was great for privacy and as a time saving element.  Read entire member review.
5638
Oceanview with a balcony! Tiny Closet. Great bathroom (actually two separate spaces)  Read entire member review.
6134
Disney Wonder by wolf793
The cabin was nice for a cruise ship room... it was on the small side but not too bad. It was nice to have the balcony with the glass wall so that our 4yr old could see out also.  Read entire member review.
6634
Our cabin was excellent. This was a "special" Navigator's Veranda that was converted from a Veranda room due to a partially obstructed view, and I mean PARTIALLY. It is on the starboard side, aft. There is room to sleep three as this room has no pull down bunk. It does have the split bath, which was outstanding. There was a sofa that converts to a bed, a small table in front of the sofa and a desk. Next to the desk was the TV which was on an arm that allowed it to be adjusted to be seen from virtually anywhere in the room. The veranda had a small table and two chairs with plenty of space to move about. The "obstruction" was actually helpful in shielding us from the wind at times. Being on Deck 6 aft meant we were just 3 decks right below the Beach Blanket Buffet and very near the Animator's Palate restaurant, which was also the location for our muster station. To the aft on deck 7 and 8 were small public balcony areas that were also excellent for viewing the wonderful Alaska scenery. All very near the the stateroom. The laundry facility was midship on starboard side, which made it readily accessible but not so near that we had to deal with the foot traffic. I don't think there is a better value for a stateroom anywhere on the ship.  Read entire member review.
6642
Lots of storage, navigator porthole much bigger then expected, very nice balcony, good size room  Read entire member review.
7124
You little beauty! by crikey68
Our family of 3, Mum, Dad and 7 y/o daughter had a navigators verandah with large porthole above railing, room 7124.....absolutely LOVED it, would book this room again if we sailed the wonder again....why?...well the room was perfect for the 3 of us, queen bed, sofa bed for the little one, separate bath and shower was awesome, plenty of storage, hanging space, balcony was magnificent, took photos of blue whales from our balcony, nothing beats fresh sea air and wonderful views of sunsets and moonlit nights, having a wine in the evening and your private deck or a coffee in the morning is a wonderful experience. We were on deck 7, 4 rooms from that nice private little rear deck 7....uh-huh check it out!..2 decks from the buffet or 3-4 decks from the dining rooms....absolutely quiet and a absolute joy!  Read entire member review.
7124

Our cabin was portside halfway between the aft elevators and far aft stairs. It was also close to the Deck 7 aft open viewing area. The cabin is conveniently close to Beach Blanket Buffet two decks above and the Buena Vista Theater two decks below. We took the stairs right down to Animator's Palate and Parrot Cay and used the stairs 95% of the time.

This area of the ship is fairly quiet and close to the laundry room on the starboard side of the ship. Plenty of storage space in the cabin. The bed and sofa was a little lumpy for me. I really liked the open/close drapes between the bed and the sofa when I wanted to watch TV and DH wanted to sleep. It did a good job blocking the glare of the TV lights.

If the ship rocked, you could hear the hangers in the closet banging against each other during the night.

Overall, great cabin! I would book this category and this deck again.

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7620
A note on the cabin. We were in 7620 which was listed as a 7a (navigator's stateroom). This cabin actually has a plexiglass rail and not a port hole. On some boards I read that this is what is referred to as a "secret balcony". It was nice as we paid the price of a less expensive balcony but got such a nice one.  Read entire member review.
7622
Little Wonder by cruisephypro
Great location- 7th deck great- cabins above and below near center of ship. Laundry either deck above or below- Cabin and Balcony average size- best bathroom configuration of all ships.  Read entire member review.
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