Cabin 9079 was a good cabin. It was just big enough for us, a family of 3. We liked the port hole so that we could see outside and then every now and then a character would go across the screen. There was a King sized bed with 2 night stands. There was a couch and above it was a pull down bed for our daughter to sleep each night. It was put up each morning and pulled down each night. There was plenty of storage areas! Even under the bed!! Our daughter loved the storage chest, she used it for her personal things. We liked that it had the pull curtain to separate our bed from the other part of the room. The TV moved, but was only watchable for our daughter because of the layout of the room. There was 2 bathroom areas. This was neat. We didn't like where the light switch was for them tho. Our room was kept clean the whole stay and that's a huge plus for us!! The King Bed was Very Comfortable and we loved the silky sheets!! We slept great each night without any noises!! Read entire member review >>
Huge cabin, looked brand new. Disney goes above and beyond from many other cruise lines. 2 clotheslines in the 2nd tub/sink area, split bathroom, higher bed for storage underneath, mini-cooler, built in nightlight, ice bucket/glasses stored in cabinet, curtain to separate the room, extremely quiet. Virtual porthole with animation, which was our favorite! Read entire member review >>
Inside cabin was large enough for three - two adults and one teen age girl. Noise levels were never an issue and Disney's magical portal made it easy to see what was going one outside. Bathroom had a tub -not full sized, but close. Read entire member review >>
9579 was a great cabin for size and split bath. It had plenty of storage space and no ship noises. We didn't have any noise from the connecting stateroom either and it was very convenient to midship elevators. However, the hallway was too noisy from kids runnng or people talking loudly at all hours. Read entire member review >>
The virtual porthole was great -â€" we loved to see which character was going to come up next. Tinkerbell/stars would show up on the screen before a new character came up. It was also nice to see what was going on outside the ship. There was a lot of storage space for luggage, and the closet space was fine, but the shelf/drawer storage was minimal, especially for our 7-day cruise, and DH wound up keeping his clothes in his suitcase under the bed. We have never had a stateroom this far aft before and I really did not like it. The vibration was awful when we were pulling into port (which was every day of the 7), and I did not like being woken up early every day of my vacation. The kids slept through it. Read entire member review >>
Our room was the virtual porthole rooms in the very back of the ship on deck 9 in a GREAT location, it was like our own little hallway, just perfect.
The closet was a typical cruise closet BUT the drawer space is very limited and we had 2 in our room and there really weren't enough dresser drawers. Read entire member review >>
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