Queen-size bed with Sealy Posturepedic Premium Plush Euro-top mattresses, single convertible sofa, upper berth (in some), split bath with tub and shower, virtual porthole with real-time views outside the ship that reflects actual stateroom location.
The cabin was neatly organzied with a comfortable queen bed, a sofa that could pull out to a bed and a pull down bunk. We only needed the queen bed, but we could see how this cabin could easily sleep two adults and two children. There was a small footstool that also served as a table as well as a vanity that also served as a dresser. There was a real apartment sized refigerator as well as a decent sized safe available in the room. There were two sections of closet area, one for full length dresses and the other for shirts and pants. There were also a few shelves and live jackets.
One bathroom had a tub/shower with two pull-out dry lines to hang the swim gear. That bath also had a sink with mirror and a 110 outlet for shavers. The other bath included a toilet and a sink. It was a bit smaller but still large enough to use the sink and mirror for cleaning up and grooming as needed. There were also hooks for robes and swim gear in this bathroom.
The vanity area included a hairdryer (very nice one) with a special european style 220 outlet. There were also wave phones and two available US style 110 outlets and one additional European outlet. The vanity mirro was lighted as well and there was plenty of space to get ready for the evening, although if you have more than a couple that need hair and makeup done, you might want to plan ahead.
The bed was comfortable with a nightstand at each side. The left side had the clock radio with iPod dock and auxiliary plug (with cord) and also included an extra US style 110 outlet perfect for keeping your phone or audio device charged. There were no such outlets on the right side of the bed. Above the bed was the Disney exclusive virtual portal. This is really an LCD TV behind a panel with a round portal looking wood frame. You could turn it off with a switch by the bed. During the day this TV showed a camera view outside the ship. It was actually showing the correct movement direction as well as correct side of the ship. Neat touch. We found this oddly soothing and really very unique for an inside stateroom. There was also a curtain that could be pulled to separate the queen bed sleeping area from the rest of the stateroom.
Lighting was plentiful and there was even a nighlight option that produced a dull glow. We ended up leaving this on much of the time so we could find our way to the bathroom without having to turn on more lights. Pulling the drape made the queen bed area completely dark even with the nightlight on.
All power to the room was controlled by inserting your room key into the slot by the door. Keep this in mind if you want to leave items charging in your room when you step out.
Our room was situated in a unique place that we really loved. It was out of the main hallway but still near the elevators. This cut down on a lot of the foot-traffic noise we often heard on other cruises. We would definately choose this stateroom again.