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Disney Cruise Line - Stateroom 2033 Report

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Review by: Janet Guess
Ship: Disney Fantasy Stateroom: 2033 Condition: 5
Deck: 2 Category: 5B Location: Mid
  Sail Date: 11/23/13   

Notes: is this a noisy room due to being so close to the elevators and steward galler?


Review by: Jan Bull
Ship: Disney Dream Stateroom: 2033 Condition: 5
Deck: 2 Category: 11C Location: Mid
  Sail Date: 02/10/13   

Notes: We chose to let Disney to pick this cabin for us at the guaranteed rate and we hit the jackpot. This is an accessible room and had to giggle because even though my husband not i have physical challenges our son uses a wheelchair (go figure). My report might seem a little detailed but I want to cover some accessibility highlights. The door to the room is wider so one could easily enter the room with a standard or electronic wheelchair. The key swipe is at the appropriate level for a person in a wheelchair with minimal reaching. It is the new lock where you just tap the card on the pad so little manual dexterity is needed for access. The room has a Mickey Doorbell also incase someone is in the room and you want to let them know you are outside the room. The doorbell is small and does require some use of dexterity to make it ring. I tried to make it ring by using a closed fist and it was pretty difficult. The door opens and closes automatically with your card. The door opens and closes slowly so no need to hurry to get in but does stay open a while (30 seconds) after you are already in the room. The room does have an automatic opener inside the cabin that worked well and was at standard w/c height. The room is set up horizontally and floor space is huge. No problems getting wheelchair in and even turning around I side the room. Accessible plug for recharging very convenient to get to. Plenty of space to park the chair and still get around the room. The room has a built in desk that a wheelchair could roll under if no joystick hand controls sticking up to high. The closet had a pull down rod extender so it would be possible to hand and reach your clothes if possible. The other half of the closet was standard and would be difficult to access from a chair. The bed. The bed was wonderfully comfortable. A person with a wheelchair or mobility issues will only be able to access it from the left side (plenty of room if attendant is needed to help). The right side barely has 12 inches from the wall to the bed. But I was fine. The night stand is small but functional. I could see things easily pushed off with too much force. The phone took up a lot of the room . The sofa would be pretty much off limits because of its location at the end of the bed. Too tight of a space to attempt to get a wheelchair into. They had the coffee table in the space which made it almost impossible for an able person to get around. We moved it next to the door (perfect location because of the extra room). The bathroom was great. A huge roll in shower with lots of drains so no standing water issues. The shower had grab bars on front and right sides (shared with the toilet) and a fold down bench seat. Plenty of room if an attendant is needed to assist. The toilet had two grab bars and was at standard height. Could be a little challenging if one requires a higher seat but still plenty of room if an extra person is needed. The sink might bean issue. No way a wheelchair could roll under but it was still nice with plenty of counter space. I did appreciate that the stateroom had a clothesline at appropriate height for someone who could not stand and also another one much higher. We used them both. The bathroom also had an emergency button close to the floor that would alert room Stewart immediately. Overall we LOVED THE ROOM. The location was perfect (right around the corner to the elevator - 30 seconds and even closer to stairs if able bodied). Same floor as Enchanted Gardens and one flight up to other restaurants and shows. Loved being just one floor up from where you disembarked the ship at ports. We never had problems waiting for elevators for some reason when we started on the second floor. Loved, loved, loved the location and space and the quietness. The magic porthole actually made me forget we didn't have a real one since the cameras were real time what was going on outside your room. We would absolutely love to have this room again. We were spoiled!! Might be a little tight with more than two because of where they placed the coach but perfect for two. Felt lucky to have this "Dream Stateroom".


Review by: Jan Bull
Ship: Disney Dream Stateroom: 2033 Condition: 5
Deck: 2 Category: 11C Location: Mid
  Sail Date: 02/10/13   

Notes: http://www.scribd.com/mobile/doc/125727784?secret_password=12r6ym9jp6htyy0c9jaq Here is my pictures of room.


Review by: STEPHENKAY
Ship: Disney Dream Stateroom: 2033 Condition: 5
Deck: 2 Category: 11B Location: Mid
  Sail Date: 12/22/12   

Notes: Hi there, we were allocated this room, which is a HA room for our Christmas 5 night double dip cruise. The room was excellent, size v big and lots of room to swing a cat. The entry to the toilet has a small ramp for chair access and the shower has two grab rails and large moveable shower seat, very handy. The toilet has a further two grab rails and emergency pull cord and adequate vanity area, plus lots of room. To enter the room has a automatic door, which takes a few times to get used too. The location excellent!!!! 2 seconds to Enchanted Garden and round the corner to the elevators, also easy access to deck 3 via the stairway. One of the best rooms we have stayed in, easy for disembarking at Nassau via deck 1 mid ships. All in all very good.


Review by: tinkattu6
Ship: Disney Dream Stateroom: 2033 Condition: 4
Deck: 2 Category: 11C Location: Forward
  Sail Date: 07/15/11   

Notes: We really enjoyed this room with he extra floor space. The location was ideal for dining, shows and shopping. We were able to use the stairs and avoid the crowds waiting for the elevators. I would stay in this room again if given the chance.


Review by: keira1387
Ship: Disney Dream Stateroom: 2033 Condition: 5
Deck: 2 Category: 11 Location: Forward
  Sail Date: 04/14/11   

Notes: Loved this room! Tons of room due to being handicapped accessible. The only way to open the door is by button, you can't manually open the door.


Review by: teburgess
Ship: Disney Dream Stateroom: 2033 Condition: 4
Deck: 2 Category: 11C Location: Forward
  Sail Date: 02/20/11   

Notes: Room is right forward of the lifts and also near a crew service area. Children running and crew working can be bothersome. Proximity to Atrium and Enchanted Garden is great. Door handle fell off the first time we opened door but was promptly fixed. This is a wheelchair accessible room with a wide door, doorbell, and when you tap your room key the door automatically opens and closes. Roll-in shower as well. This room is laid out horizontally so there is tons of space for any party. Also has a pull down berth for the 4th person. Compared to other Disney inside staterooms I felt this one was lacking all the good storage compartments but one of the innovations on Dream is the lifted bed so our suitcases fit under the bed instead of in a closet. Bathroom and all other fixtures were in good order.

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