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Review by: AlexandNesa
Ship: Disney Fantasy Stateroom: 12000 Condition: 5
Deck: 12 Category: T Location: Forward
  Sail Date: 10/12/13   

Notes: This was a fantastic stateroom, with the exception of a couple of things. The 1BRs on the Fantasy/Dream all have pretty much the same layout, and we noticed no difference in this room, compared to other 1BRs we have stayed in. The only real differences were the hallway (you must open 2 doors to enter your stateroom) and the verandah. The hallway is a great place to store a stroller or your luggage. You open one door to enter the hallway that has connecting doors to the Royals, then another to enter your stateroom. The verandah is very nice. It is HUGE! You do not overlook the ocean directly, but the staff pool. You don't really notice this if you are sitting down as you can see the ocen that way. However, one thing to note is that the hot tubs for the Royal suites both flank this verandah. This isn't a problem if your neighbors use the hot tub like a normal person would. We had neighbors in one Royal, however, that acted like they were at Blizzard Beach and not in a hot tub. They let the kids jump repeatedly into the hot tub, splash, scream, even encouraged it. Often past 11pm. Sigh. The other thing to note about the verandah is that it is partially uncovered, and people from Deck 13 (Satellite Falls) do tend to congregrate immediately above and can see you if you venture to the uncovered part of the verandah. We had calm seas and did not feel the motion of the ship. We expected it to be more rocky being all the way forward, but this was not the case in fair weather. Watch for a sewage-y smell in the closet with the safe. If it does smell (as it did on our cruise), don't leave your nice clothes hanging there as you will have to give them a good airing out before you wear them.


Review by: hscott33
Ship: Disney Dream Stateroom: 12000 Condition: 5
Deck: 12 Category: T Location: Forward
  Sail Date: 07/13/12   

Notes: The Best one-bedroom on the ship. A large private hallway where we stored our luggage during the entire cruise, and the biggest verandah for a one bedroom on the ship. We slept 4 adults and 1 child comfortably. lots of storage space. the ONLY downside is that because this is the most forward cabin, you cannot look over the rail directly at the ocean (which we like to do) while cruising. instead, you look down onto the teen club pool deck. However, it's a fantastic view when arriving in ports. We weren't bothered about the deck 13 pedestrian guests that could look down onto our deck. One night we slept on the deck chairs - it was lovely, until it started to rain. would book again in a heartbeat if we could ever afford it again.


Ship: Disney Dream Stateroom: 12000 Condition: 5
Deck: 12 Category: T Location: Forward
  Sail Date: 07/13/12   

Notes: This was our 5th Disney Cruise, and the first staying in a 1 bdrm suite. This suite was amazing. The extra long hallway acts as sort of an entry foyer, and provides additional privacy for you and storage space for your luggage. This was handy since we had a family of 5, plus golf clubs! The deck was amazing and provided great forward views when you're sailing. the only thing is you can't lean over it because it is glassed, but when you're at sea you realize it's because of the wind! The suite itself was "dream". Fit our grown family of 5 easy. We would book this suite again in a heartbeat.


Review by: Shaggy430
Ship: Disney Dream Stateroom: 12000 Condition: 5
Deck: 12 Category: T Location: Forward
  Sail Date: 01/02/12   

Notes: Best room ever! Of course the suite is nice, but the deck is over the top awesome. I want this suite every time I go on either the Dream or Fantasy. We had our own deck party for extended family and easily fit 9 people there. (6 chairs already on deck) But there are some downers. People above can look over into the veranda. Also the people in the suites to the left and right can stand on the hot tub decks and peek over. Even kids can peek over. Lastly, because the decks are so cool to the left and right, expect a lot of noise if they are into deck parties.


Ship: Disney Dream Stateroom: 12000 Condition: 5
Deck: 12 Category: T Location: Forward
  Sail Date: 06/02/11   

Notes: AMAZING- easily the best 1-bedroom suiet on the ship. when you are sailing into port you get spectacualar views! It is definatly a one-of-a-kind room.


Review by: two-foxes
Ship: Disney Dream Stateroom: 12000 Condition: 5
Deck: 12 Category: T Location: Forward
  Sail Date: 02/27/11   

Notes: Bar none, the BEST 1-bedroom on the ship. Larger entry hall, full glass window and HUGE verandah with amazing views. Downfalls - people on deck 13 can look on to your verandah, and the location can put a those w/ a tendency to motion sickness over the edge. The entrance is a bit odd - one main outside door, then a hall with the actual entrance to the room, with connecting entrances to the Walt and Roy suites. We actually liked the hall, great place to keep our stroller. If we could, we'd book again in a heartbeat.

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