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Disney Fantasy - 9664
7A - Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Navigator’s Verandah
Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Navigator’s Verandah Diagram
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Stateroom Details

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.

Deck
Location
Side
Connecting Room
Muster Station
9
Aft
Starboard

P - The Tube
Sleeps
Convertible Sofa
Bunk Bed
Murphy Bed
3
Yes
No
No
Split Bath
Handicap
Shower Only
Yes
No
No

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Disney Fantasy Stateroom Reviews

Patsy McFall
Sailed: September 8, 2018
Submitted: July 24, 2020
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Upkeep
We normally cruise in one of the AFT verandas, but we waited too long to book and got a standard veranda that was still aft just not as AFT as we are use to. We loved the room it shows in the DCL system as having an obstruction but it really does not the stateroom that was two ahead of it would have an obstruction but this one didn't. We always love the Aft location staterooms they are close to the aft elevators which are generally less crowded than the mid or forward ones and you are close to Cabanas, the pools and the 24 Drink stations.
Our stateroom host was AMAZING and so nice. Since we normally cruise Aft staterooms we are use to the shaking of the ship when backing into ports but it has never bothered us we use it as an alarm clock. We never really heard that much noise from Cabanas other than the scraping of chairs occasionally. We would definitely book this room again.

Sister Ship - Disney Dream Stateroom Reviews

Sailed: September 11, 2011
Submitted: April 21, 2014
Overall
Review
Noise
Location
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We sailed during the inaugural year for the Disney Dream. Of course, everything on the ship was brand-spanking new and in outstanding condition.

This room was originally sold as a full Verandah (Cat. 6A). It has a slight overhang/obstructed view. It has since been reclassified as a Cat. 7A Navigator's Verandah, which is a generous price difference for a very small flaw in the view.

This is a BIG ship. At times it felt like a bit of a hike getting to the room, but there are shortcuts to the elevators you can take while on the top decks that will save you time versus traveling the full length of the boat through narrow corridors.

One small tip ... if this is your first time on the Dream, play the Midship Detective Agency game as soon as you can. It's actually a great way to learn your way around the ship and keep from getting lost.

The only disappointment we had on this cruise was that four nights was too darn short!


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