Verandah Category Differences

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  1. Soccer Princess

    Soccer Princess DIS Cast Member<br><font color=red>you would never

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    What are the differences in the verandah categories? I see the difference in square feet (246 v 299), but other than that is it just the deck you are on? Is it worth paying more to be on a higher deck? Thanks!
     
  2. Alexander

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    Personally, I find it better to determine if I want to be aft, or forward more than if I want to be higher or lower.

    Obviously, there is demand for staterooms on higher decks because they are able to charge more for them. I much preferred the old way of booking by only numbered categories. The whole A, B, C, D thing is just more confusing! I still call the 1 bedrooms on the Magic and Wonder Cat. 3s instead of T or whatever they are now!
     
  3. heidibilotti

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    The verandas on the dream deck 5 were huge. I booked deck 5 to be near the kids clubs for easy check in and check out. Midship rooms have less movement. But as to be up higher it is really just what you like I would not necessary pay more money to be higher on the ship
     
  4. Alexander

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    Only the 5E category rooms had the extra large verandahs on deck 5. These have now been re-categorized to 4E.
     

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