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Ship: Disney Wonder Stateroom: 6068 Condition: 5
Deck: 6 Category: 5B Location: Mid
  Sail Date: 04/03/16   

Notes: Perfect location - close to elevators and mid stairwell but far enough away that it wasn't loud. Kids clubs only one deck down and pool areas only 3 up. We never used the elevators! Very little ship movement felt. We had adjoining room 6070 as well and we kept the adjoining doors open between them. The room was very clean, not a lot of wear and tear. Split tub/shower and toilet bathrooms. Queen bed (bed oriented to face forward and aft), small couch became a twin bed (oriented to port and starboard) and I believe there was trundle bed in the ceiling but we never used it. Verandah a good size (does not open to adjoining room verandah). At Castaway Cay you are facing the dock and NOT the beaches etc. but that was fine by us.


Review by: CanuckTraveller
Ship: Disney Dream Stateroom: 6068 Condition: 5
Deck: 6 Category: 5C Location: Mid
  Sail Date: 03/14/13   

Notes: This cabin is just around the corner from the midship elevators and stairs. We were on a very full sailing, and had no noise from the hall, our neighbours or the pool deck. There is a crew access door directly across the hall, but we heard nothing. It also has a door to join to the adjacent cabin, we kept it locked and it didn't seem to contribute any extra cabin noise. Deck 6 is a nice compromise between the pool deck and dining rooms, although we often felt like we were constantly walking up and down. The cabin is in great condition, no signs of wear could be found. The cabin set up is one large bed, a pull out couch and Pullman bed (drops down from the ceiling over the couch). You could still access the balcony with the Pullman open, but the balcony door is in the middle of the three windows, so it's a little tricky at night. There is a nightlight feature in the couch/Pullman area which worked very well for our boys. The balcony was a good size, the lifeboats are directly below the cabin, blocking the view of the water. This is a common complaint of ships with lifeboats anchored outside the ship's hull and we knew this going in. The balcony railing is clear. Overall I would book this cabin again.


Review by: memowse9
Ship: Disney Dream Stateroom: 6068 Condition: 5
Deck: 6 Category: 5 Location: Mid
  Sail Date: 02/20/11   

Notes: It was very convenient to the Mid elevators, although those are very crowded many times, so we used the forward elevators most of the time. At night it tends to be very noisy. It's right across the hall from a crew only door that slams shut all night long. You also are just above the lifeboats, so it blocks your view of the water directly below, but that didn't really bother us that much. Nice room!

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