Cabins: Designed specifically for families, Disney ships have some of the most functional staterooms at sea. A nautical flavor adds to the art deco inspired decor, which even includes a touch of Disney-inspired artwork. Eighty-eight percent of the staterooms have an ocean view and, of those, 90% have a private balcony. Most can accommodate at least three people; categories designated "family" are able to sleep four or even five comfortably. All have a sitting area and, with the exception of the standard inside category, feature a unique bath-and-a-half arrangement. Suites feature two bathrooms, including one with double sinks and a whirlpool tub. Royal Suites have a second whirlpool tub on the balcony.
Amenities: Though not luxurious, Disney cabins are comfortably furnished and have some useful amenities, including a flat-screen TV, small refrigerator, safe, iPod docking station, and hair dryer. All inside staterooms have a real-time underwater view of the outside of the ship on an LCD flat-screen monitor disguised as a "virtual porthole," which can be turned off at night. Shampoo, conditioner, and lotion are provided for all; suites receive upgraded toiletries and bathrobes for use during the cruise. All suites have concierge service and daily deliveries of canapés, fruit, or cookies.
Worth Noting: Thirty-seven staterooms in a variety of categories are equipped for accessibility.
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