Cabin Category changes for 2022

yowcruiser

Mouseketeer
Joined
Feb 24, 2017
I was just looking at Cabin type descriptions for the different Disney ships and looks like DCL has released some information on Category changes:

Dream class ships:
8D moving to 8C
8C moving to 8B
5C moving to 5B
5E (extended verandahs) moving to 4E (DCL finally realized that those AFT extended verandahs are worth more $$$)
4D moving to 4C
4C moving to 4B
V moving to 3A (accessible or not)
Accesible Concierge 1-bedroom moving to 2B
T moving to 2A and 2B
R moving to 1A

Magic class ships:
Only concierge categories are moving (V, T, R)
 

n2mm

aka WALTSGIRL
Joined
Oct 9, 2000
I saw this a few dayes ago and actually alerted my TA in case she hadn’t noticed. This was important to me because I book 5E. So 5E and 4E are the same price. Since the 4E rooms are bigger square footage and sleep 5, and have the round tub, I wonder if the original 5E Cabins might be easier to get, even though more expensive Now. Plus once you book gty 4E you will now know if you’re getting deck 5 4E cabins or aft 5E cabins. Ugh. I don’t like change.
 

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  • Snowwhyt

    I've felt the Magic each time I visit!
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    Ugh how do I find a map of the new room classification configuration? Hope they have one out tomorrow.
     

    WishUponAStarryNight

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Oct 4, 2014
    I saw this a few dayes ago and actually alerted my TA in case she hadn’t noticed. This was important to me because I book 5E. So 5E and 4E are the same price. Since the 4E rooms are bigger square footage and sleep 5, and have the round tub, I wonder if the original 5E Cabins might be easier to get, even though more expensive Now. Plus once you book gty 4E you will now know if you’re getting deck 5 4E cabins or aft 5E cabins. Ugh. I don’t like change.
    From what I can tell, 4E staterooms don’t have more interior square footage. Some sleep 4, but many sleep 3. I don’t think they have the round tub, either. The only difference between 4E and 5E looks to be location. I may be wrong, so if anyone knows for certain, I’d love to hear.
     

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