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Review by: precious2200
Ship: Disney Fantasy Stateroom: 9000 Condition: 5
Deck: 9 Category: 8B Location: Forward
  Sail Date: 09/08/16   

Notes: It wouldn't let me pick the right year. This was 2013. Anyway, this room was GREAT! The kids loved sitting in the window, there was plenty of room for 2 adults and 3 kids, however, I do not recommend it for 4 or 5 bigger people (adult size, I mean). The murphy bed was rock hard. Little kids won't mind, but older ones may. We didn't really hear noise or feel rocking. It was a great room at the end of the hall. Very quiet!


Review by: JoeFromSeoul
Ship: Disney Fantasy Stateroom: 9000 Condition: 5
Deck: 9 Category: 8B Location: Forward
  Sail Date: 12/27/14   

Notes: This room is as far forward as you can go on deck 9 without being part of the crew. There were four of us, my wife and I with two children (aged 9 and 12). We had plenty of room and storage space and could easily have had a fifth person with us. The room was very quiet. I fealt a lot of ship movement, but no one in the family was bothered by it. We did wear sea bands and take bonine each morning, so that may be why the motion didn't affect us. The room has one of the large window seat portols - a great place to relax and read. Looking up, you could watch the bridge crew whenever they were on the port side of the bridge. In addition to the queen bed, there was a murphy bed and the bunk beds made from the sofa and the pull down from the ceiling. The kids fought over the murphy bed, but they liked the pull down bed as well. When we decided to do some laundry, it was a short walk to the starboard side for the laundry room. Access to the theaters was easy. The forward elevetors were not as busy as those at midship, but we took the stairs most of the time. It is a farther walk to the main dining rooms, but not unpleasant. We never fealt like we were hurrying to get anywhere. Access to the spaces on deck 11 were a bit harder if we were with the kids. In order to go to Cabanas and the pool/Aqua Duck area, we had to go to the stairs at midship and go up. Going up the forward stairs meant going through the adults only areas. It seemed an unimportant detail to some, but we didn't want to disturb anyone with our kids even walking through. We were pleased with the room overall, but we may try somewhere else next time just for kicks.


Review by: Dug720
Ship: Disney Dream Stateroom: 9000 Condition: 5
Deck: 9 Category: 8B Location: Forward
  Sail Date: 02/16/14   

Notes: I absolutely LOVED this cabin!! It's all the way forward on the port side of the ship. There are no connecting doors, so no possibility of noise leaking in through a connecting door. The "end" of the hall actually leads to officer cabins, so while there were people coming in and out of that hidden door, they were very quiet and respectful - I never heard them. I fell in love with the porthole window seat and if it had been a couple of inches wider could totally have slept there! I had considered 9500 for the Castaway Cay view, but opted for 9000 as the other is directly across from the guest laundry. I was briefly in the laundry and found other guests in there conversing rather loudly, so I'm very happy with my choice. (High-ranking officers who you know will be respectful of guests vs. other guests who might not realize how loud they are talking? No choice for me.) Highly recommend this room!! I'm actually rather sad it's not available for my Fantasy cruise next year!!

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