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Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah (oversized verandah)

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Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah (oversized verandah) (05E) Cabin Reviews

Sail Date: July 2018
Clean, everything in working order. Connecting door so some noise from 6186 TV. Verandah was a tiny bit larger but not huge, it was curved with whitewall bottom and a second inner railing, soot daily and vibrations while not terrible were ... Read More
Clean, everything in working order. Connecting door so some noise from 6186 TV. Verandah was a tiny bit larger but not huge, it was curved with whitewall bottom and a second inner railing, soot daily and vibrations while not terrible were apparent in relation to the speed of ship and docking (thrusters) Read Less
Sail Date: December 2017
Room was larger than average cruise balcony rooms in our experience. Having the bath tub without having to go for a mini-suite/suite was a major perk since we have young kids. The balcony was huge and we really enjoyed it. Only potential ... Read More
Room was larger than average cruise balcony rooms in our experience. Having the bath tub without having to go for a mini-suite/suite was a major perk since we have young kids. The balcony was huge and we really enjoyed it. Only potential negative is that there are some vibrations when pulling into/out of ports. Read Less
Sail Date: July 2017
Spacious comfortable cabin with plenty of storage. Only negative was being able to feel the vibration of the ships engines at times. I am a light sleeper and it bothered me the first night but I got used to it and slept fine most ... Read More
Spacious comfortable cabin with plenty of storage. Only negative was being able to feel the vibration of the ships engines at times. I am a light sleeper and it bothered me the first night but I got used to it and slept fine most nights. Being out on the verandah as the ship moved through the gorgeous waters of the Caribbean and the ships wake fanned out behind was amazing - so peaceful. It was a bit of a walk from the aft of the ship to the adult pool at the front but we didn't mind too much - it was a good way to get some steps in each day. Read Less
Sail Date: September 2016
We were in cabin 7194 which is in the center of the stern of the ship. Cabin itself was a good size with lots of storage in both of the dual closets plus plenty of room under the bed for all our luggage. Easily the most standard storage ... Read More
We were in cabin 7194 which is in the center of the stern of the ship. Cabin itself was a good size with lots of storage in both of the dual closets plus plenty of room under the bed for all our luggage. Easily the most standard storage space of any ship we have sailed so far. There was a choke point between the end of the bed and the wall where only one person can get by, that was a bit of pain at times, but not awful. It’s not uncommon to have this in verandah / balcony cabins as the beds are almost always sideways in the room. We really liked the split bathroom design with the toilet and shower split into two rooms, however we both hated the positioning of the light switches between the doors. When going into the shower, the switch was behind the door so we were constantly stepping out of the doorway, closing the door, turning on the light and then back into the shower room. BUT we did like the split bathroom concept which gave us two sinks and plenty of room for toiletries. These were also the first bathrooms we’ve had finished in tile. Most ship rooms are usually that plastic paneling prefab look. Definitely made the bathrooms look a bit nicer. Towels were a bit thin and not as absorbent as other ships, but functional. My wife loved the dual drying lines over the tub, usually you just get one, but it’s nice to have the two especially after pool and beach visits. If you have mobility issues, be aware that the step into the tub for the shower is quite high. The tub sides basically came up to our knees and we’re in the 5’ 6” height area so if you have mobility issues, you might want to consider a handicap cabin. Inside the cabin you’ll find a good sized fridge and the TV features most all Disney and Pixar films on demand. This is especially great when you’re getting ready in the mornings or before dinner to have a fun film playing in the background. We usually try to book an aft cabin because we enjoy the vibrations from the engines which helps us sleep, we love the sound of the prop wash which is a waterfall like sound and we especially love that the aft balconies are usually a bit larger than the other cabins in the same category. This was easily the largest balcony we’ve ever had on any ship, even when we’ve booked a junior suite on other ships. Plenty of room for two full lounge chairs plus two regular chairs and a small table. That being said, the design of the aft meant that HALF most of the balcony was uncovered. We prefer ships that have a different angle on the back so most of the balcony is covered, but that’s not the Fantasy was designed. In addition to being more exposed, the balcony was exceptionally dirty from exhaust soot from the main engines. So there was a trade-off with the aft balcony. Larger space than many other cruise lines, but less cover and dirt from the exhaust. Our room Hostess (also known as a room steward or cabin attendant on other ships) was Gaeliza and she was simply AWESOME. We felt her service was the best we’ve received on any ship, with Celebrity service being a close second. She was incredibly friendly, personable, took care of all our needs and really had a great time with the towel animals, even giving me a momentary scare one evening with the monkey on the toilet. That was absolutely hilarious and we were very sad to say goodbye to Gaeliza at the end of our cruise. Read Less
Sail Date: June 2016
Great cabin location near aft elevators. Closest laundry room is on Deck 8 below our room. Room was quiet and well appointed. Very good amount of storage and closet space. Small TV. Refrigerator. Tub/shower combo and separate toilet ... Read More
Great cabin location near aft elevators. Closest laundry room is on Deck 8 below our room. Room was quiet and well appointed. Very good amount of storage and closet space. Small TV. Refrigerator. Tub/shower combo and separate toilet room. Read Less
Fantastic Cruise! : Cabin 6190
Sail Date: December 2015
Having never cruised,with Disney before we were not sure what to expect, but having cruised Alaska a few years ago in an aft cabin that is what we tried for. On Disney the aft cabins are classified as 5E. By the time we booked, the 5E ... Read More
Having never cruised,with Disney before we were not sure what to expect, but having cruised Alaska a few years ago in an aft cabin that is what we tried for. On Disney the aft cabins are classified as 5E. By the time we booked, the 5E cabins were in a GTY status, meaning we would get a 5E or better. But, the "better" may have been another upgraded cabin with a veranda. About two months before sailing our Disney on line account changed from unassigned to cabin 6190, aft 5E that we wanted. As you enter the cabin you find the A/C controls as well as the light switches. Below these switches is a place to insert your room key card (known as your Key to the World card in Disney speak). If your card is not inserted in this slot none of the electrical items will work in the cabin, thus forcing all the lights and TV off when you leave. To be honest I brought an old KTTW card form a Walt Disney World trip and found that it worked. But, the cabin steward would pull it up any time he entered and left the cabin. For us (a couple) at least there was ample drawer and hanger space. In the closet is an electronic combination safe. The bed sits high enough that all your luggage should fit under it without a problem. This cabin is equipped with an actual queen bed rather than the two twins pushed together you find on some ships. It also has a couch past the bed, next to the sliding door to the veranda. This couch open to another bed and there is a sliding drape between the two areas. A table along the wall acts as a dresser and dressing table (mirror and hair drier are here). Below it there is a mini fridge and above is your TV. This cabin has a split bath configuration, meaning the bath is in two separate rooms. On room has the shower and a sink while the other has the toilet and a second sink allowing a couple,to have ample room to get ready at the same time. Each cabin also comes with two “Wave Phones” which are kind of like on ship cell phones. The problem is you only get one charger and if you loose one it's a $250 charge to your room. We never used them, What we really did use was the Disney Cruise Line Navigator app for our smart phones. This app keeps you up to date on everything happening on the ship. Maps, show times and the best feature of all is the message function. We had 12 adults in our party and you can text back and forth among yourselves using the ship WiFi (no charge to your minutes for the app). But, I will point out in my experience a problem with it. I downloaded the app to both my iPhone and iPad. For some reason text messages for me went to one or the other randomly, not both devices. Read Less
Fourth of July Fantasy : Cabin 10166
Sail Date: July 2015
Spacious with plenty of storage. Comfortable bed and pillows with luxurious linens. Spacious verandah with comfortable loungers. Covered and open air verandah.
Spacious with plenty of storage. Comfortable bed and pillows with luxurious linens. Spacious verandah with comfortable loungers. Covered and open air verandah. Read Less

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