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mjtatman 06-01-2013 08:33 PM

Family Suite w/ Verandah
 
We currently have room 8598 booked on the Disney Magic. I have been told it has an Extended Verandah, but I've also been told it is a tiny bit of a bigger state room, thus the reason it was slightly more expensive. The one thing that I know for sure is that it has a solid white wall verandah....which I've heard conflicting reports over. I'm not sure what to do. From what I've read on reports about this specific room, the location couldn't be better as it is close to the staircase and close to main pools. However, I'm not sure about this white wall verandah....any experience or thoughts on the room location and/or state room on the Magic? It is myself DH & 3 boys (8, 9, & 11).....thoughts appreciated :-)

beaglefan 06-01-2013 09:36 PM

Plenty of reviews here, seem to be favorable:

http://www.wdwinfo.com/wdwinfo/cruis....cfm?Room=8598

nannylori 06-01-2013 11:27 PM

I personally have never had a navigators verandah,but I know people who love it.
It isn't a total wall-there is an open porthole,so you can see & feel the ocean.
It provides more privacy and, I believe, a bit more of a noise buffer than a regular verandah.
It's a matter of personal preference.
DH & I prefer the more open design,but others prefer having more privacy-no one looking down from above & waving at you........:wave2:

mjtatman 06-02-2013 09:23 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by nannylori (Post 48566933)
I personally have never had a navigators verandah,but I know people who love it.
It isn't a total wall-there is an open porthole,so you can see & feel the ocean.
It provides more privacy and, I believe, a bit more of a noise buffer than a regular verandah.
It's a matter of personal preference.
DH & I prefer the more open design,but others prefer having more privacy-no one looking down from above & waving at you........:wave2:

okay....now this is a new twist. I've not heard anything about a navigators verandah. are you sure that we have this type and not the solid white wall? I don't see anything in the description sent from Disney, nor the reviews on The Dis site that speak of this. Being a newbie to the Cruise Line is tough, a whole new learning curve than planning a trip to the World :-)

Bear3412 06-03-2013 05:41 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by mjtatman (Post 48574134)
okay....now this is a new twist....

No worries, you are correct. This cabin is a 4e whitewall, not a 7a navigator.

Enjoy :)


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