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Disney Dream - 5030
4E - Deluxe Family Oceanview with Verandah
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Stateroom Details

This category of stateroom features a queen bed, single convertible sofa, wall pull-down bed (in most) and upper berth pull-down bed (in some), private verandah (may be extended) and split bath with round tub (in most) and shower, chair in corner by door and round tub. This type of stateroom provides a private verandah view, is 299 sq ft including verandah and, sleeps 3 to 5.

Connecting Room
Muster Station
C - Walt Disney Theatre
Convertible Sofa
Bunk Bed
Murphy Bed
Split Bath
Shower Only

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Denise S
Sailed: July 15, 2017
Submitted: July 22, 2017
This stateroom 5030 only handles 3 people. The shower ceiling is super low, if you are 5'10" or taller you can't shower without hitting your head. The deep balcony feels tiny having so much whitewall on either side. The kids from the Vibe run this hallway with heavy feet at all hours of the night, screaming and hitting the stateroom doors. Stay away from the room if you desire an enjoyable respite while in your stateroom. The furnishings are in good condition and mousekeeping was fantastic but we would never book here again, the noise and the whitewall balcony took away from the enjoyment of the room, and yes the people above you look down on you so unless you push yourself up against the door you really can't enjoy the view because of the ugly whitewall (which bangs loudly when it is windy)

Sailed: March 7, 2015
Submitted: March 16, 2015
We were booked GTY verandah and this was the room we were assigned. I was very surprised to find out that this particular category 4E which shows to sleep 4-5 on the Disney Cruise Line deck plan (category 4) actually only sleeps 3 guest. It has a queen size bed and sofa bed. I was hoping we would each have our own bed, but that was not the case. The bathroom has the regular tub, not the round tub. It has an over-sized balcony, but only half is private. Guest in balcony staterooms above are able to look down onto your balcony.
We did hear occasional noise from our neighbors in the connecting stateroom as well as the usual noise of the ship when she was docking at a port. The first night onboard I did hear some music coming from somewhere, perhaps the Walt Disney Theater which is just below us on deck 4, but never heard this again during the rest of the cruise.
The advantages of this location are ease of getting to the Walt Disney Theater, Buena Vista Theater and the younger kids clubs. We had a bit of a walk to the aft elevators to get to Cabanas each day.
All around not a bad room, just not what I would have personally picked for my family.

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