Have you ever wondered what a stateroom on a Disney cruise ship looks like? I’d never been on a cruise before we went early this month. My only reference was from the movie, Out to Sea with Jack Lemmon. I was very excited to find that it was spacious, comfortable, well-decorated, and had amazing storage space. There was a dividing curtain between the bed, sleeping area and the sitting, couch area. That especially came in handy when I (the night owl) wanted to stay awake later. I love, love, loved all the drawers! It made it easy to organize and separate all our things. The TV was on a flexible arm that made it very easy to turn towards the bed or the couch. Having a refrigerator in the room is always handy! The phones on the desk are “Wave Phones” provided by Disney that work on the ship. Often your cell phones don’t have service or can’t be used on board. The little touches like the hidden Mickeys on the lamp, combined with tasteful nautical themes, made the room feel comfortable and attractive. The bathrooms were crisp, bright, large, and sparkling clean. We had two separate – one for the shower and one for the toilet, but both had sinks which gave us his and hers *smile*. A girl is happy with her own sink! All the extras were there, like the flexible shower head that could be used as a spray or a waterfall. Everything was five-star, including the H2O bath products. The hair dryer (big box on the wall with hose) on the ship is unusual, but I like how it worked! It felt a bit like a backward vacuum cleaner. A balcony, bathrobe, and breakfast are the perfect combination! Several days, I ordered room service (included in your cruise price, nothing extra!) for breakfast and sat on the balcony. It was an incredible way to enjoy breakfast, watching the scenery, sipping coffee while cozy and comfy. Have you ever stayed anywhere where the closet was big enough and they gave you enough hangars? I was very happily surprised to find that a cruise ship had both! (that’s only half the closet and half the hangars in the picture, there was another section to the left). Also, notice the safe, always nice to have. The two pictures above are the interior stateroom, where my mom stayed. It was very similar but with only one bathroom and obviously no balcony. But it felt very spacious, my mom said she never felt closed-in or cramped.
And then, to make my dream cruising complete, Disney treated us to….
All ashore that’s going ashore!
I’m ready to book my next Disney cruise!
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