This category of stateroom features a queen bed, single convertible sofa, wall pull-down bed (in most) or upper berth pull-down bed (in some), larger room divided by either pole or wall, 1 large porthole or 2 small portholes and split bath with round tub and shower (in most). This type of stateroom provides a 1 large porthole or 2 small portholes view, is 241 sq ft and, sleeps 3 to 5.
H - On Deck
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Disney Fantasy Stateroom Reviews
Submitted: March 17, 2019
Large porthole that you can sit in, but be aware it's basically right below/behind the bridge, so you can see straight in (and they can see you in the window...) if you are sitting in there.
The room has a Murphy-style bed that pulls down from the wall and goes in front of the porthole, rather than bunk beds. When pulled down, the bed blocks some drawers and a cabinet, so be warned not to plan to use the backmost cabinet/drawers for things you'll need while the bed is set out. It also comes down in front of the porthole, so once the bed is down, you have to climb over it to get to the porthole.
9th floor is great - short walk up to deck 11, but no noise from that deck. It's at the fore, so it's basically right above the WD theater, and very close to the adult areas on deck 11. But, it's a hike from the things at the aft (Cabanas, etc.) and not super-close to midship.
We DID feel motion here - the most we've felt in the stateroom on any of our cruises, though not enough to make even those of us susceptible to motion sickness feel bad. We didn't feel as much of the vibrations we would sometimes feel in aft areas of the ship, though.