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Disney Cruise Line - Stateroom 12528 Report

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Ship: Disney Fantasy Stateroom: 12528 Condition: 5
Deck: 12 Category: V Location: Forward
  Sail Date: 04/13/13   

Notes: Great stateroom. Farthest aft concierge stateroom. Easy access to deck 12 above the adults only area. Stateroom Host closet directly across. Mostly not noisy. The power washing cart is parked right next to the balcony. Sort of a problem because you can't see the aft of the ship. Easy access to the Concierge Lounge. PJ, Kemisha, and Julia were the Concierge team on this cruise. Always gave the kids some special treats (arcade cards, smoothies, popcorn, etc...) The room also came with bathrobes and slippers in the closet with the safe. The KTTW cards were gold to show that we were concierge guests. No gates on the Fantasy.The view from the room while in port is amazing. The room is located starboard. The ship backs into Castaway Cay so you can see the whole island. In Grand Cayman you can see some of the Island depending on how the ship is anchored. Concierge guests get the first tenders to Grand Cayman. Great overall experience. I'd book this room again.

Review by: Slappy32
Ship: Disney Fantasy Stateroom: 12528 Condition: 5
Deck: 12 Category: V Location: Forward
  Sail Date: 09/08/12   

Notes: Loved the room. It does have a few very minor issues though. The good - It slept 3 adults and a two year old very comfortably. The bed is amazing and there was plenty of storage. The additional TV opposite the main bed is great. The rain shower is incredible. Being the most aft concierge room, there is immediate access to the outdoors and nothing is far away. It also only has another stateroom on one side, which is nice. It was very quiet. Also it had an excellent view of the Pirate Night fireworks from the balcony, even though there was a note left that said don't use the balcony during the fireworks. It would have taken a miraculous accident to have had a fireworks accident on that balcony, and no one shooed us away. I imagine the note was a legal cover your butt for DCL. The drawbacks: 1. There is a public ladies restroom on the other side of this stateroom. I could hear no plumbing sounds at any point during the cruise, but during the daytime I could hear the thunk of the restroom door closing. It wasn't loud, but it was there. Since that restroom serves the adult area on deck twelve, it was not a high traffic area, so the restroom was not used at nighttime. 2. The pressure washing rig that hangs off of the side of the ship is parked jut ft of this stateroom so you get to look at it the entire cruise. It is only moved on port days for cleaning the exterior of the ship. It wasn't a big deal for me, but it does slightly obstruct the view aft down the side of the ship. My thought was, they have the entire side of the ship to store this thing, why would they park it next to a concierge stateroom? 3. The room is directly across from the cabin attendant's storeroom. It was never an issue. Never heard the door and while it was open sometimes, when they were cleaning, it was neat and orderly. One final word about the room, I have it booked again, but am looking to move to one of the rooms with an extended verandah further forward. If neither of those rooms become available I would be more than happy with this room.

Ship: Disney Dream Stateroom: 12528 Condition: 5
Deck: 12 Category: V Location: Forward
  Sail Date: 07/19/11   

Notes: Concierge level well worth it as the the service and extra perks were great. Super easy access to deck 12 and 11 by adult pool and very close to elevators. Starboard side views of CC and fireworks were also a plus. Did not have any issues with noise or motion being in the front of ship. Room space handled 5, 2 adults and 3 teenagers.

Review by: MenashaCorp
Ship: Disney Dream Stateroom: 12528 Condition: 5
Deck: 12 Category: V Location: Forward
  Sail Date: 01/26/11   

Notes: Aft cabin made exit easy through a door onto deck 12 above the adult pool area, rather than always having to navigate the gates. We upgraded at port from a 5A and for that small amount, it was worth the cost for the lounge and slightly larger room. Not sure it's worth full price, but your mileage may vary. We have sailed Cats 3, 2, 1 on the Wonder and the concierge rooms are different on the Dream. The Royal is much bigger than on the Wonder/Magic. The T is like a Cat 3, no Cat 2s IMHO. Handicap accessible V seemed much larger than ours was.

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