This category of stateroom features a queen bed, single convertible sofa, upper berth pull-down bed (if sleeping 4), private verandah (may be undersized or obstructed view) and split bath with tub and shower (in most). This type of stateroom provides a private verandah view, is 268 sq ft including verandah and, sleeps 3 to 4.
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Sister Ship - Disney Wonder Stateroom Reviews
Submitted: January 23, 2018
This stateroom is just off the aft stairway and elevators, making it very convenient to get anywhere on the ship. Also, it's near the Deck 6 laundry facilities, which I really appreciated! The final thing we liked about the location of this stateroom was its placement on the starboard side. We had gorgeous views of Key West and Castaway Key when we were docked at each port. (At Nassau, we faced other cruise ships in port, but that was fun, too!) I'd recommend this side of the ship to anyone sailing the Bahamas!
I am rating the noise level as excellent; however, like with all cruise cabins, you can hear some hallway noise. We never did hear neighbors on either side, just people walking down the hall and saying hello to our stateroom host. This was not a problem for us at night as our daughter sleeps with a white noise machine; if you are a light sleeper and have this stateroom near the stairs and elevator, you may want to do the same.
We are a family of three and found the space to be VERY accommodating. We are also not light packers, and found the storage more than adequate. I felt like there were enough cupboards, shelves, hangers, and drawers to keep everything organized. We also liked the overall layout of these cabins (which are similar to others on the Wonder) with the separate "adult" and "kid" sleeping areas with the heavy curtain in between.
This stateroom was very clean and really appeared brand new. Everyone in our family experienced some environmental allergy symptoms after boarding the Wonder, but I asked about a different type of pillow and an air purifier at guest services. A couple hours later, our stateroom host had switched out our pillows for memory foam and added an oscillating, stand-up air purifier to our room (I believe the brand was Honeywell). That worked wonders!
Some have complained about vibration in the aft staterooms on DCL, but we noticed very little. There was an occasional mechanical whining, but it really didn't bother us at all. (Again, the white noise machine at night may have helped with this!)