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Disney Fantasy - 10662
4E - Deluxe Family Oceanview with Verandah
Prior to 2022: 5E - Deluxe Family Oceanview with 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 extended, undersized or obstructed view) and split bath with tub and shower (in most). This type of stateroom provides a private verandah view, is 246 sq ft including verandah and, sleeps 3 to 4.

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Connecting Room
Muster Station
Whitewall Verandah

O - The Tube
Convertible Sofa
Bunk Bed
Murphy Bed
Split Bath
Shower Only

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Disney Fantasy Stateroom Reviews

Chad Shuherk
Sailed: March 29, 2014
Submitted: April 21, 2014
We loved having an Aft room with a large veranda. With 7& 8 yr old boys, it gave us extra room in the morning getting ready for the day then again at night getting ready for dinner and shows.

Many have complained about the noise in these rooms, and there is but the pros far out weighed a few cons. One flight of stairs and we were in Cabanas for breakfast and snacks. Elevator was rarely busy during the day, and literally no one walking past the room making noise in the halls.

Most of all great views and nice loungers to relax and watch the world go by.

Kyle S.
Sailed: September 2, 1968
Submitted: December 22, 2014
This stateroom is one of those unique rooms that you either love or hate. We loved this stateroom. Size-wise, it is like all the other staterooms in this category. the difference is the veranda and view. This was our third Disney cruise and I wanted something different. What I got was a full, panoramic, "wide-screen" view of the ocean and whatever else was at the back end of the ship. Sunsets. sunrise, ports-o-call. You name it. It was awesome. Cabanas and the pool deck are one flight away; Animator's Palate is straight down the elevator; and you are tucked away in the corner - no foot traffic. Awesome.

DRAWBACKS - The smoke from the stacks trail out over the back end and drop black cinders. Typically overnight. You don't actually feel cinders falling on you. But you will wake up in the morning with them all over your deck. The porter will usually vacuum them up during the day. Just wear shoes or sandals out and your fine. Other issue was that the outside seating for Cabanas is right literally right above you. The chairs get stacked and the deck power washed each night; so you hear the chairs being tossed around early in the AM and later at night. Not much of an issue during the day though.

Given that this stateroom really cost no more than a regular stateroom with a verandah; I'd take the drawbacks with the view and conveniences any day.

Disney Dream Stateroom Reviews

Sailed: May 22, 2014
Submitted: May 26, 2014
Just off the Dream and had the pleasure of staying in 10662. Our first time in an AFT room. So obviously the attention is at the large balcony with this room. The balcony had 2 chaise lounges, 2 chairs and 1 small side table. At times there was full sun, full shade or a combination of both. It was wonderful to have this extra sitting space. It was also nice to have the view when we backed into Nassau and Castaway Cay. We noticed a black film on the chairs maybe once. Our stateroom room host seemed to thoroughly clean the balcony each day.

In my own research of staying in an AFT room, and this room specifically, I noticed people talking about the noise. The first night, I did notice some noise of chair movement from Cabanas. It wasn't all the time, nor that disturbing. The other nights, I was either too tired to notice or others were too tired to be up there! In my opinion, having that balcony is worth it!

The room was fine otherwise. I'm always amazes me at all the storage space that is magically created -- the multitude of shelves in both bathrooms, the ottoman with storage, the extra shelving in the 2 closets, etc. The bed is raised to put luggage underneath. I felt you could put everything away somewhere and keep the room fairly neat and uncluttered.

The room was easily accessible. Using the often less used aft elevators, put your steps from the room. One level up, right at Cabanas and outside. So easy to get some coffee, sodas, juice, etc.

The H2O bath products are wonderful -- shampoo, conditioner, lotion, and bar soap.

Another trick I learned on this blog, bring along a previously used hotel key card. We did and just left it in the slot and didn't have to be fumbling (or leaving) with your KTTW card.

I'm looking forward to staying in an AFT room again, and would definitely stay in this room again!

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