Difference in catgory V and T?

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  1. WaDiWo

    WaDiWo WDWFan!

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    hi all!

    we are looking at the concierge options for a future Fantasy cruise. In your experience, other than the size of the rooms, is there a difference in categories V and T? In terms of service? amenities? location, etc? thanks!
     
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  3. jrbdad

    jrbdad Mouseketeer

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    Not much difference other than space. You can have a meal from the MDRs brought to your room. The master bath is the bomb!!
     
  4. Joel0917

    Joel0917 Mouseketeer DVC Gold

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    also..you get a 2nd bathroom with a shower too. multiple tv's to watch. easy access to verandah since the counch is bed and the Murphy bed is in the hallway. more closet space. It was awesome for a family of four. tons of room.
     
  5. FJS961

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    The space makes a huge difference, esp if you are a family of 4 or 5. The 2 separate showers and toilets make it 2 rooms not one.
     
  6. WaDiWo

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    thanks for the info! does a Cat V feel bigger than say, a Cat 5 (non concierge) with verandah?
     
  7. mtil

    mtil Earning My Ears

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    one difference between the Cat 4 and V is that the V only have three beds (queen, drop down bunk and a pull out full bed from the sofa). The 4's have the Queen, drop down bunk, twin bed on the sofa and the murphy bed. For my three kids the set up of the 4's would have been better than the V.
     
  8. bumbershoot

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    Not sure of the category, but my cousins were in a verandah room on Deck 6 that slept 5, and it felt exactly the same as our V. Our V had perhaps a bit more storage space, and was glossier because of the wood in the room, but it felt just as big/small as their room did.
     
  9. Namsupak

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    Someone mentioned the MDR above but also no hot breakfast from room service in the V as there is no dining room table. The room service options are the same as the standard rooms. The T has the MDR and breakfast options.
     

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