Best Cabins in Cat 3

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  1. Mickee

    Mickee Mouseketeer

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    I've been reading the report on Cat 3's and was wondering
    if there was one better then the other.

    I read where midship is best, are the cabins aft OK?

    Do some have the plexi and some have the steel wall?

    I was thinking of upgrading at the port but did not want to pay for and get left with a bad Cat 3 with steel wall on the verandah.

    I am in a Cat 4 8588.

    Thank you in advance.
     
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  3. RonnieJo66

    RonnieJo66 <font color=orange>Married her Prince!<br><font co

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    :wave2: Mickee

    My personal fav Cat. 3 is 8532 or 8032. These 2 have the best flow...IMHO.

    Didn't care much for 8548...too cramped ...again, IMHO.
     
  4. djs113

    djs113 Luvs to Cruise on the Magic !

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    all cat 3's are great

    much roomier than cat 4's - and then the perks that Concierage level has to offer is just a bonus

    I partially agree with Ronnie

    rooms 8032, 8034 and 8532, 8534 are the best

    but the other cat 3's are not tight at all

    the 4 rear cat. 3's are handicapped ones, very roomy but an awkward shower due to the handicapped access and potential for flooding

    steel verandas, but huge


    FYI - very rare that a cat 3 is available at check in to try to upgrade to

    it can happen - but it is usually the exception to the rule

    - David
     
  5. Pixie Cruiser

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    We have had the Cat. 3 in the aft and are booked now for the Cat. 3 in
    the middle of the ship. We prefer the aft Cat. 3 (they are handicapped
    cabins, so they are a little larger), ""IF"" there are no guests in those cabins
    at time of sailing, you can try and go to guest relations at the terminal or
    once you all leave and see if they will move you (maybe you want to see yours first and then see the empty one before making the decision???), but
    we LOVE THE AFT!!!!! If it is available that is what we prefer.....

    Larger than mid, the balcony is a super nice size and we just preferred the
    aft (like I mentioned "if" available).....

    PC
     
  6. RonnieJo66

    RonnieJo66 <font color=orange>Married her Prince!<br><font co

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    Sorry, let me clarify...

    We didn't care for 8548 due to the fact we host DIS parties in our rooms....that particular room didn't "flow" well enough for our guests.

    ;) wink, wink...nudge, nudge I much prefer the last 2 rooms we stayed in (Roy and Walt's rooms)....here's a link to our October 29, 2005 cruise


    http://homepage.mac.com/b.creighton/PhotoAlbum12.html
     
  7. HappyLawyer

    HappyLawyer DIS Veteran/ OLCC Owner who's Mouse'n Down The Hou

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    the answer is yes, some great person on here a while ago showed me pics, how some are larger and have a larger verandah, i have one booked for dec, after her pics i asked for that cabin and it was available. If she sees this thread i am sure she will jump in and give you thei nfo
     
  8. Billinaz

    Billinaz Moving within sight of Port Canaveral!

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    As you can see 8532 gets my vote!
     

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