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Disney Wonder - 7128
7A - Deluxe Oceanview with Navigators Verandah
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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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Connecting Room
Muster Station

T - Animator's Palate
Convertible Sofa
Bunk Bed
Murphy Bed
Split Bath
Shower Only

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Disney Wonder Stateroom Reviews

Sailed: February 8, 2018
Submitted: February 15, 2018
I selected this room for our very first cruise after discovering that our original 7A selection, 7120, was not in fact a true Navigator's Verandah, but an open air verandah with obstructions. We really wanted the regular Navigator's Option! The room did not disappoint. I was very pleasantly surprised with how much storage room there was. Our suitcases fit nicely in the closet to collect dirty laundry. Even the bathroom had enough storage space! I slept on the fold-down sofa and, oh my gosh, it was SO comfortable! I haven't slept that good in years! I enjoyed sitting on the built in bench on the verandah to do some work, looking out over Nassau. In port, this room overlooks Festival Place at Nassau, but faces out to the water at Castaway Cay. Our stateroom host, Ajus, kept the room in fantastic condition and made us some GREAT towel animals. LOVED the divider curtain - I sleep in near total darkness while my mom typically falls asleep with a light on. This curtain saved me from not being able to sleep.

I like the idea of the split bathroom more than the actual execution just due to how narrow each section is. I felt like there was barely any room to move at times. The shower/tub was surprisingly large and the shampoo and conditioner worked wonders on my hair: it's the softest it's ever been.

This room is fairly distant from everything, it's even a bit of a hike to the aft elevators. Don't underestimate how LONG the hallways are. It was quiet though, for sure, since we weren't near anything.

Two minor negatives: there's a real lack of outlets here - I hear this is a problem on most of the Disney ships but the Wonder in particular. There were only two on the desk - probably one behind the alarm clock as well but we left that one alone. A large family would probably need at least one USB hub to charge all their devices; thankfully we were a party of two so the outlet situation wasn't too bad. Secondly, my mom used the built in hair dryer and found it to be "okay", I told her the nicer one was in the desk drawer and looked like a real dryer but for some reason she didn't use that one.

Oh, a final side note: I'm fairly certain that Deck 7 used to have a "secret" public deck on the aft of the ship, but this appears to be no more (or they're hiding it REALLY well). The door now has warnings about carbon dioxide and evacuating the space, which makes me wonder if it's been made into some sort of storage.

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