Save up to 30% on Hotel Rooms at Walt Disney World This Summer & Fall

Disney Cruise Line Stateroom Number 12518 Report

Disney Wonder Disney Magic Disney Dream Disney Fantasy Disney Wish

The information contained in these stateroom reports represent the opinion of the author, and not necessarily the opinion of the DIS.

Review by: Sarco11
Ship: Disney Dream Stateroom: 12518 Condition: 5
Deck: 12 Category: V Location: Forward
  Sail Date: 02/05/18   

Notes: Very quiet room with more than enough room/storage for a 4 night cruise with a family of three. The bed was super comfortable. We used the pull down bed for the munchkin at her preference. This was our first Disney cruise and the sight of Castaway Cay from the veranda upon waking was breathtaking. Great access to the pools and deck parties. Elevator waits after shows could be longer than we would have liked, but had a blast running up and down the stairs--Disney can even make stairs fun!

Review by: Tomjude
Ship: Disney Dream Stateroom: 12518 Condition: 5
Deck: 12 Category: V Location: Forward
  Sail Date: 06/06/16   

Notes: Just returned from concierge level 4-day Bahamian Cruise (6/6-6/10/16) on the Dream. The room is spacious enough for two adults and two tweens. Bathrooms are considerably smaller than those in the one-bedroom verandah concierge cabins. Queen size bed with excellent Linens, plenty of pillows, and quite comfortable. Accommodations for the two teenagers included a pull out couch and a pull-down berth accessed by a small ladder which is generally stored in the closet during the day. Both quite comfortable. Large desk space with small chair, plenty of outlets for Chargers Etc and enormous amount of space to store clothes and belongings. Two good-sized closets, one accommodating full-length clothing. Room safe. Fridge stocked with water and sodas which can be restocked from The Concierge Lounge. Two bathrooms bath # 1 includes a commode and sink along with a modest-sized countertop with single sink and several glass shelves as well as small hooks on the wall for towels or clothing. Bathroom # 2 includes a slightly larger vanity and sink with plenty of shelving flanking a mirror on both sides with a magnifying mirror within it. Also a round modest-sized tub shower. You cannot sit down as an adult and take a bath and the controls are quite quirky but once you figure them out it is a lovely shower. Handheld shower and a rain shower are both present. Water is extremely hot and the shower is excellent. Multiple shelves for shampoo, soap in the shower along with a small seat that I suppose one could sit on to shave legs in the tub but that's about it. Both bathrooms have a shelf beneath sinks for more storage. There are 2 Clothes lines in the shower bath . This room has a door to connect to adjacent cabin should you wish. Veranda is small accommodating two chairs and small round table. Plexiglas. When the sofa bed is collapsed, there is plenty of floor space and an additional chair for seating purposes. There is also a coffee table that doubles as a storage unit for Linens for the bunk. Area where the bed is can be separated from the other sleeping accommodations by a light impervious curtain. Single Flat screen TV which can be pulled away from the wall and turned to accommodate viewing from the bed or the sitting area. This room category includes access to the Concierge Lounge which we have enjoyed on previous cruises. The lounge includes multiple tables and chairs, full bar at happy hour, light appetizers in the evenings as well as modest breakfast items in the morning. Concierge staff are also available from 6:45 am till 10 p.m. Another perk of the concierge level is the private concierge sundeck which has been upgraded to include a Jacuzzi currently constructed of stainless steel which is smooth and difficult to sit on when the Jets are blowing hard. You signs of slipped off the seat . It is nice and quiet and very few guests used it during this Cruise. There's also a new sunshade installed to cover the majority of the private concierge deck which is a welcome relief. Plenty of sunscreen is available for your use on the private Sundeck. The only major difference between this concierge trip and previous one on fantasy is that they have now restricted key card access from the satellite Falls area. They put a plastic barrier over the card readers and put up signs that said exit only however I was able to sneak back in with my card. The card works but I think they were trying to discourage non concierge guests from sneaking in by limiting access to the Sundeck through the Concierge Lounge. The State Room door is not magnetic so if you wish to bring door art, masking tape works well. This cabin is very conveniently located to both the exit from the concierge area and the side door to the Concierge Lounge. Close to the elevators.

Review by: speedo
Ship: Disney Fantasy Stateroom: 12518 Condition: 5
Deck: 12 Category: V Location: Forward
  Sail Date: 05/19/12   

Notes: Beautiful Room! � Great view of Fireworks � Plenty of storage space � closet and drawers plus plenty or room under the bed � Concierge perks were amazing � We enjoyed the lounge and the private sundeck. The h�orderves and drinks were great � The rain shower was really nice. The room did include robes and slippers. But the robes are pretty thick for warmer months. � The big screen TV was a nice surprise. We also used the blueray/DVD player to watch a movie (initially the DVD player was missing but they replaced it right away on the first day) The TV network also had on demand shows and movies. � The concierge team Andy, Julia, and PJ are absolutely the best!

Get a Disney Cruise Quote


Our agents will assist you in booking the perfect Disney getaway, all at no extra cost to you. Get the most out of your dream vacation by letting us assist you with dining and park reservations, provide expert advice, answer any questions, and continuously search for discounts to ensure you get the best deal possible.