Disney Cruise Line - Stateroom 7142 Report*Please Note - The information contained in these stateroom reports represent the opinion of the author, and not necessarily the opinion of the DIS.
|Ship: Disney Fantasy||Stateroom: 7142||Condition: 5|
|Deck: 7||Category: 4C||Location: Forward|
|Sail Date: 05/12/12|
Notes: This cabin was in the best possible condition, we were on the 6th sailing out! The bed and pillows were THE BEST I have ever slept on. The bottom bunk was very comfortable also, I didn't sleep in the top bunk, but my 8 year old did not complain. No obstruction on the balcony, and no noise overhead. There was plenty of space for luggage under the bed, and plenty of hangers and space in the closets. We loved the new configuration of the tub/shower/seating in the bathroom, perfect for young and older. The seperate toilet room was perfect, and worked out great with our group. Tayrone from Brazil was our stateroom attendant, and he was just perfect in every way! Very attentive, professional, and almost like magic the way he kept our cabin immaculate at all times. This cabin had the queen bed, the top and bottom bunk, and the Murphy bed. Would be plenty of space for 5, but our family was only 4. We will definately try to stay in this cabin again, it was a welcomed surprise for the guarantee rate we paid.
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