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Ship: Disney Dream Stateroom: 9579 Condition: 5
Deck: 9 Category: 10A Location: Mid
  Sail Date: 07/29/15   

Notes: A great room. Good location, close to mid elevators but without too much noise from people passing. The room was clean and in good condition. The magical porthole was great. The only down side to an inside room was the absence of day light as once you turned off the lights and porthole, it was pitch black. Only an issue if you reurmed to the cabin with your hands full and the door closed behind you before you managed to insert it into the slot to activate the lights! Great for sleeping soundly though! It was my first time in an inside cabin & I would definitely choose this room again. Being a deluxe room is was slightly larger than a standard inside (I believe) and with just two adults in the room it was plenty large enough. It was also good for us as the other members of our party wanted a room with a verandah and they could have this on the same deck, just a little way down the hall.


Ship: Disney Fantasy Stateroom: 9579 Condition: 5
Deck: 9 Category: 10A Location: Mid
  Sail Date: 03/12/15   

Notes: We had this stateroom and the connecting one (9079). We've sailed in 10As before on the Magic & the Wonder and this definitely felt a lot smaller than those on the M&W. Luckily we only had 3 of us in each stateroom. No way we could have had 4 in these rooms. Just too small and not enough storage. Great location. No noise. Room in great condition and everything in good working order (but see below for minor issue). Loved the Magic Porthole, which we've never had before & thoroughly enjoyed. Would sail in this stateroom cat. again on the Fantasy & Dream, but only with 2 adults. Not enough storage space for 3 adults in one of our rooms and 3 teen girls in the connecting. Only real complaint is that the ringer volume was turned off on our stateroom phone (9079) and so we did not receive our wake-up call on the first AM. We had to call the spa to see if they could still accommodate our daughter. They said yes, so she quickly finished brushing her teeth & getting dressed and raced up there. She was about 5 minutes late, but luckily they were still able to accommodate her. Moral of the story, the stateroom host/ess doesn't necessarily check the ringer volume on the phone from one set of guests to the next, so be sure to check it yourself. ;o) Oh, and outside doors on both were able to hold our magnets no problem, which is always nice to know ahead of time. :o)


Review by: CRSNDSNY
Ship: Disney Fantasy Stateroom: 9579 Condition: 5
Deck: 9 Category: 10A Location: Mid
  Sail Date: 03/01/14   

Notes: Great mid-location. Around the corner from mid stairs and elevators. Laundry all the way forward from this location. No loud noises. Magic Porthole in excellent condition. Fit our family of 4 quite nicely with good storage - under bed storage quite helpful. Didn't miss real view with the magic porthole - was fun for us and the kids to see the characters.


Review by: fredandkell
Ship: Disney Dream Stateroom: 9579 Condition: 5
Deck: 9 Category: 10A Location: Mid
  Sail Date: 04/11/13   

Notes: Had two connecting Category 10A deluxe inside staterooms (9079 and 9579). Were sooo glad we got two rooms. It was way too claustrophobic for 4 people with just one room, plus with a 3- and 6-year old, it was nice to let them nap or go to bed earlier in one room and be able to be awake with the lights on in the other room. Rooms were identical and were equally good�can�t go wrong with either. Magical porthole was nice and really gave an illusion of looking out a window. Split bath was a bonus. Our rooms were fairly quiet but when the ship was truckin� it the first night, the walls were a little creaky. Also, the floors are metal, so you can hear people above you and also some kids running down the halls. Don�t get me wrong�it wasn�t terribly annoying (and I am a person who is annoyed by hotel noise), but I would have been much more distracted if not for the white noise machines. I would stay here again, but I would probably spring for the balcony rooms next time. We were worried that our kids might fall overboard, but after visiting relatives' balcony rooms, this was probably over-reacting.


Review by: jakc
Ship: Disney Dream Stateroom: 9579 Condition: 5
Deck: 9 Category: 10A Location: Mid
  Sail Date: 06/26/11   

Notes: This was a great room! We were centrally located near elevators and only 2 floors away from the pools and snack centers. Because we were an inside adjoining state room we had very limited foot traffic-only those using one of the 4 rooms in our hallway walked past which made for a very quiet room. We knew the guests in the adjoining room so we were able to open the door to allow for more room. We loved the magic porthole-gave the feeling of an oceanview room with some fun extras for the kids! If we cruise this ship again, we would choose the same room!

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