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Disney Magic - 8550
3A - Concierge Family Oceanview with Verandah
Prior to 2022: V - Concierge Family Oceanview with Verandah
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Stateroom Details

This category of stateroom features a queen bed, single convertible sofa, upper berth pull-down bed, private verandah, full bath (vanity, sink, round tub and shower) and half bath (vanity, sink and toilet). This type of stateroom provides a private verandah view, is 304 sq ft including verandah and, sleeps 5.

Stateroom converted from Category 4A to Concierge V. The furnishings and amenities will be upgraded by October 2, 2017, on the Disney Magic.

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Connecting Room
Muster Station
I - On Deck
Convertible Sofa
Bunk Bed
Murphy Bed
Split Bath
Shower Only

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Denise S
Sailed: March 22, 2019
Submitted: March 27, 2019
This stateroom albeit some of the furnishings have been changed to allow for the Cat V designation falls very short in the details. The split bathrooms are awful, the caulking was missing in places & thickly applied in others.

Shower controls were loose and water sprayed from neck of shower head. Rust was behind the doors that opened in, compromising the space always needing to close the door.

The stateroom had a connecting door & we may have been inside 8548 the one bedroom. Our concierge hosts spoke with them & they quieted for one night (screams from children & adults at the highest levels), we were told mousekeeping placed some sound proofing in between the doors but it did not mute much, in addition deck 9 above was a mixture of scraping chairs and running feet at all hours (quieted after Edge closed) about 1:00 a.m.

The stateroom host was pleasant but just going through the motions, never gave soap had to request as we had slivers by end of day 2 and he always left any glasses or dishes we placed on counter to be taken. There was a sewer smell and one afternoon we arrived at the stateroom to find the toilet not working after inquiry we were told they shut down the area for some "repairs"

The ladies representing the lounge were fantastic & did an amazing job taking care of us the very best they could, they were the brightest part of this "concierge" experience. Wanted to try this but next time we will opt for a Cat 4 or 5. This stateroom in our humble opinion needs attention & Disney needs to address the short comings before changing a carpet & charging almost double.

Finally, the 2 TV sets are so close that one remote operates them both, trying to shut one off turns the other one on, kid you not it was the beginning then just pretty annoying. Stay away from this Midship Cat V if at all possible.

We picked this stateroom because of it's starboard location for fireworks but the overhang of deck 9 and a letter to the stateroom advises to stay off verandah during the show, so even that idea was terminated with this stateroom.

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