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Disney Cruise Line - Stateroom 6000 Report

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Review by: TexasMouseFan
Ship: Disney Magic Stateroom: 6000 Condition: 3
Deck: 6 Category: 9A Location: Forward
  Sail Date: 03/09/13   

Notes: This is a HA room so you have a lot of floor space. We were assigned the room as a GTY reservation - we did not need the HA room. There is not couch so the only place to sit is on the bed. It does not have the split bath so there is only a shower. The water from the shower will come out of the shower area and into the bathroom, but it does not come into the bedroom. There are no shelves in the bathroom for your personal items. There are fewer drawers and no steamer trunk. The room is all the way forward so you will feel the motion of the ocean! The room is quiet except when the cabin stewards pull carts out or put them into an area next to the room. You can also hear and feel the front thrusters when you come into port.


Review by: 4redheads
Ship: Disney Fantasy Stateroom: 6000 Condition: 5
Deck: 6 Category: 9D Location: Forward
  Sail Date: 08/18/12   

Notes: Booked room 6000 and 6002 adjoining rooms. Contrary to how it appears on the deck plans the rooms are NOT over Vibe and are very quiet. The porthole is located on an angled wall and looks out over the front of the ship. If seeing the ocean is important to you then this is not the room for you; you see more of the front of the ship than the ocean. The room has more floor area than a normal oceanview stateroom but the "extra" floor has an angled front wall that prevents even short people from standing upright there. (It's at about a 45 degree angle.) The extra floor area is about the width of a twin mattress; as there were 6 of us sharing 2 rooms we (or, rather, our stateroom attendant) took the mattress from the sofabed from 6002 into this extra floor area in 6000 so 4 could sleep in this room. This became the coveted spot for the children to sleep. Both this room and 6002 have the queen bed and sofa bed only and both rooms sleep only three people normally. Only possible downside is that it is all the way in the front so it's not close to any staircases or elevators.


Review by: dmwang9
Ship: Disney Dream Stateroom: 6000 Condition: 5
Deck: 6 Category: 9C Location: Forward
  Sail Date: 06/24/12   

Notes: Porthole faces directly forward, looking over the deck of Vibe. No noise from Vibe, despite the proximity. Hallway outside cabin doesn't get much traffic. Porthole is in a slanted wall; I'm 6 feet tall and had to stoop over to walk up to the porthole. Room size was standard for DCL. I sailed solo and had plenty of room. More than 2 people might start to feel cramped. Cabin was very convenient to the theaters on deck 4 forward.


Review by: acourtwdw
Ship: Disney Magic Stateroom: 6000 Condition: 5
Deck: 6 Category: 9A Location: Forward
  Sail Date: 10/29/11   

Notes: This room was very quiet since it is completley forward at the end of the hall. It is spacious since it is HA but doesn't have a lot of drawer space. It has a Murphy bed where old pictures show a steamer trunk. The only issue we had was the stateroom host kept shutting off the automatic door. There were times it was very difficult for me to open the door when I was in my wheelchair. Otherwise it was a great room.


Review by: lisaradz
Ship: Disney Wonder Stateroom: 6000 Condition: 4
Deck: 6 Category: 8 Location: Forward
  Sail Date: 10/05/08   

Notes: Room is quite spacious. No tub, shower only. My 85 year old mother stayed in this room. At the time we booked she was using a walker and we wanted a HA room for her. It was definitely Handicap accessible, but it was really far from everything. It is as far forward as you can go. I think if someone was in wheel chair this room would be perfect but if using a cane or just mobility issues, a room closer to mid ship would probably be better. She also had a plumbing problem with the bathroom sink leaking, but that was taken care of promptly. Overall a nice room in a somewhat inconvenient location.


Review by: lisaradz
Ship: Disney Wonder Stateroom: 6000 Condition: 4
Deck: 6 Category: 8 Location: Forward
  Sail Date: 10/05/08   

Notes: Room is quite spacious. No tub, shower only. My 85 year old mother stayed in this room. At the time we booked she was using a walker and we wanted a HA room for her. It was definitely Handicap accessible, but it was really far from everything. It is as far forward as you can go. I think if someone was in wheel chair this room would be perfect but if using a cane or just mobility issues, a room closer to mid ship would probably be better. She also had a plumbing problem with the bathroom sink leaking, but that was taken care of promptly. Overall a nice room in a somewhat inconvenient location.


Review by: Ottawacruiser
Ship: Disney Wonder Stateroom: 6000 Condition: 5
Deck: 6 Category: 8 Location: Forward
  Sail Date: 07/02/06   

Notes: This is an accesible stateroom so the doorway into the room along with the bathroom door are both extra wide. There is no split bathroom but the bath room itself is large enough to roll a wheelchair into. There is one bed, one chair and a moveable table. The door into the room has an automatic opening system but this needs to be activiated by turning on a switch on the door transom. When we initially checked into the stateroom this switch was not activated. When switched on, enetering the room is as easy as swiping the KTTW card and giving the door s slight push. Then, the automatic mechanism would take over and open the door fully. Leaving the room, there is button on the RHS wall inside the stateroom which, when pushed, opens the dorr fully. This door mechanism was very convenient for my wheelchair-bound wife! There are also emergency call buttons located beside the bed, beside the toilet in the bathroom and very low (about 8" high) from the bathroom floor. This last switch would be a panic button if someone were to fall in the bathroom and unable to get up unassisted or injured. However, the call buttons are deacvtivated when you check in and there are signs informing you to call Guest Services if you want to be able to use them. There is a doorbell on this room which has both auditory and visual cues that the button has been pressed. The bathroom has a roll-in shower only - there is no bathtub. There are no lips to roll over and the drain for the shower is built into the floor periphery of the shower - right under where the shower curtain is. This means that floods can sometime occur if there is a forecful shower and the drain cannot keep up with the flow. However, the water never made it into the main part of room. There is a fold-down grap bar next to the toilet (on the LHS facing the tiolet) which may be the right or the wrong side based on the individuals' handedness. This stateroom is the furthest far forward on Deck 6 on the port side of the ship. We did notice some noise on docking and departing which we assumed was to do with the thrusters, but about 20 minutes after departing the noise ceased. However, on our cruise, we made on unscheduled stop at 3:00am because of a mdecial emergency and the sound of the thrusters was loud enough to wake us up. All in all a very comfortable, well laid out stateroom with many helpful design attributes for the physically challenged cruiser.


Ship: Disney Magic Stateroom: 6000 Condition: 5
Deck: 6 Category: 8 Location: Forward
  Sail Date: 03/02/04   

Notes: All the way forward. Accessible room with different layout than most. No split bathroom but very large just the same. Shower only. Don't put your clothes on the floor as the entire bathroom floods when you shower. Room also only has 1 chair and no couch. Only sleeps 2 as far as I could tell.

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