Magic - Secret Port Hole?

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  1. M&M mom

    M&M mom Mouseketeer

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    Looking at booking a 7 night cruise for March 2012 on the Magic and just wondering if there are any rooms with a secret port hole? :confused3 I want to keep the cost down but I really would love a window!:)
     
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  3. Anal Annie

    Anal Annie at least I KNOW I'm a kook...I just can't help it

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    Go onto the DCL website & plug in your specific date...then when you select a stateroom look at the inside Cat 10A's - you're looking for the following 6 cabin numbers 5020, 5022, 5024, 5520, 5522 & 5524 (__22 & __24 are connecting & 24 has the most obstructed view). 5020 & 5520 do not have steamer trunks.:thumbsup2
     
  4. M&M mom

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    Thanks for the info! :goodvibes I checked it out and the cost for a 10A for 2A and 2C is $4171.64 which is the same price as a 9C which already has one large window! I guess I will keep my 11A and save $864.
     
  5. Anal Annie

    Anal Annie at least I KNOW I'm a kook...I just can't help it

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    They have an inside category priced the same as an oceanview category? Hummm. That's weird. Don't forget when you go up to a Cat 10 that you gain the split bath....
     
  6. DVC Mary

    DVC Mary <font color="#FF6666">I must have missed the lobst

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    SPH rooms are on Deck 5--my favorite deck! It has the least rooms b/c of the kids clubs, so it's less crowded. The hallways are wider in areas b/c they need space to move the kids around & characters too. You're just a jump down the stairs to the theater & shopping. You also are close to the atrium. The whole deck feels less confining to me. The movie theater is just down the hall.

    I love SPH & the split bath is a must for me--especially when you get back from a day in port and need to get everyone ready for dinner quickly.

    Just thought I'd share why many of us love SPH rooms!


    Oh yeah, & when the kids are tired or sleeping when you pick them up in the club/lab--it's a short walk to bed!
     

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