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Old 04-05-2013, 08:19 AM   #1
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Smile DISNEY MAGIC 8032 vs. 8034

Hi everybody,

My husband and I are truly light sleepers and would still like to book either room 8032 or 8034 on the Disney Magic despite all the noise reviews, noises coming from DECK 9 etc... Can you PLEASE help us decide which room may be more QUIET overall....
Any experience and advice is truly appreciated!!!!! THANK YOU!!!
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Old 04-05-2013, 10:58 AM   #2
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We were in 8032 on the Magic last month and we loved it. There was some noise from above, but it never bothered us in the slightest. We have 3 small girls so we are used to some noise (though our girls are pretty quiet and almost never play rough or yell) but I personally thought it was as quiet as an average hotel room. I think it just comes down to personal preference. If you are the type of person that is easily annoyed by noises or must have it perfectly quiet to sleep, then you may be unhappy in there. We did hear the occasional patter of footsteps or scraping deck chair from above, but I don't remember hearing any constant noise. It never woke us or kept us from falling asleep. I didn't hear any creaking wood as others have reported, though we had smooth seas the whole time. Is is the quietest room on the ship? Probably not, but we thought it was fabulous.

If you are just worried about sleep, perhaps wearing earplugs at night might solve that.

Not sure how soon you are considering sailing, but a huge plus to this room is that you may get Danny for your concierge and a different Danny as your stateroom host. They were both amazing and I cannot praise them enough for how awesome they are!
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Old 04-05-2013, 11:13 AM   #3
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Oh, and I forgot to add that I think 8032 would probably be quieter than 8034. If you look at the deck plans, most (if not all) of 8032 is under the Cove (adult) area while 8034 is under the pool deck area right next to the family pool, so there would probably more running, chair movemement, etc.
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Old 04-05-2013, 12:11 PM   #4
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Having stayed in both, the noise from above will be the same. You really won't hear much of anything at night when you're sleeping. Early in the mornings, you may hear the chairs being moved if the crew is cleaning up above, but generally after the first morning, you get used to it, because you know what the sound is.

I would choose 8034, simply because it has the extra little space in the bathroom/closet area for storing luggage. You can see on the deck plans the small area that sticks out that I'm talking about. It's nice to be able to tuck luggage completely out of the way, or packages of any purchases you might make.
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Old 04-05-2013, 12:41 PM   #5
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Thank you for all the advice... I also have kids 8 and 9 year old.. So the noise during the day does not bother me at all. It is the concern about the noise at bedtime and the middle of the night... I will have earplugs for sure!!
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You really shouldn't have any noise at bedtime or during the night. Just the normal "creaking" sounds that the ship can make....but since you're below the Cove Cafe, there won't be any nighttime activity there.
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