Queen-size bed with Sealy Posturepedic Premium Plush Euro-top mattresses, single convertible sofa, wall pull-down bed (in most), upper berth (in some), split bath with round tub and shower, one large porthole window with built in seating (nearly 5ft in diameter).
This was the most amazing room. It was essentially two separate rooms at the same price as the other deluxe ocean view rooms. The room has two portholes instead of one. There is an actual wall separating the bedroom space from the "sitting" room area where the children can sleep. The bathroom is apparently smaller than other rooms, but we didn't care. The room was huge for the 3 of us and easily could have fit 2 more kids. There was plenty of storage area and walking room. We were not cramped at all and the two portholes really opened it up. There are also two TVs; one in the bedroom and one in the sitting area, so our daughter could watch cartoons while we watched something else. I would choose the room every time if I could. But now that the secret is out, I am sure it will be hard to get 😀
Fantastic, fantastic cabin, at least for a couple. We were expecting to be somewhat cramped, and we found ourselves with far more space than anticipated. A third person would fit comfortably, but things might start getting tight with a fourth (2 children might be OK.) There was plenty of room to store stuff, including under the queen-size bed.
Our stateroom did not have the split bathroom common to most Disney staterooms, but we didn't really miss it. Families with children might. On the other hand, we had 2 large portholes we could sit in, so we had plenty of light and a fantastic view.
Our cabin was forward. We experienced a little bit of motion, but nothing seasickness-inducing, and we quickly got used to it. We would definitely book this stateroom again. Read entire member review.