DCL Fantasy & Dream Room Configuration Listing *UPDATED list of rooms needed 1st post

shburks

DIS Veteran
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Jan 5, 2009
Hi...This is so terribly helpful! Thank you! I was just looking for 6532, 6534, and 6536 sleeping capacity! I did notice, however, that 6536 is left off your original list. I'm sure you were just typing so quickly that you skipped from 6534 to 6538! :)
 

bekkio

Mouseketeer
Joined
Sep 4, 2000
Fantasy

Room #: 6166
Category: 8D
Sleeps: 4
Bunk?: no
Murphy?: yes

Room #: 6168
Category: 8D
Sleeps: 4
Bunk?: no
Murphy?: yes
 

lbgraves

Little Cinderella's Mommy
Joined
Feb 25, 2003
Hi...This is so terribly helpful! Thank you! I was just looking for 6532, 6534, and 6536 sleeping capacity! I did notice, however, that 6536 is left off your original list. I'm sure you were just typing so quickly that you skipped from 6534 to 6538! :)
Thanks! Thought I had gone through everything. I originally was looking rooms up by category/deck so many were left out.
 

lbgraves

Little Cinderella's Mommy
Joined
Feb 25, 2003
I got the info from room reports. If the 5E has a bunk it sleeps 4. Well as long as it is not HA apparently.
Regarding the HA, it has a bunk, if it has a couch and queen too, therefore it too sleeps 4.

No, did not run any of these thru DCL site.

ETA;
Ran 8500 thru DCL; Dream and Fantasy same results.
OK, I see your point about Fantasy 8500HA 9C. It only comes up with 3 pax thru DCL.
So it either lacks a couch or the room report is wrong. :confused3
I don't trust all the room reports. It's easy to note the wrong ship or wrong room. I just found a picture on Passporter's site that shows 8500 with a couch. I give more credibility to that one. Also found a measuring tape showing 13" clearance under the beds. I know that question has been asked before. ;)
 

lbgraves

Little Cinderella's Mommy
Joined
Feb 25, 2003
I am reviewing youtube videos that show the room number to try and figure out some of the missing rooms.
 

lbgraves

Little Cinderella's Mommy
Joined
Feb 25, 2003
Looking through the videos I remembered there were originally HA rooms that were removed from that status after the Dream was completed and inspected. I pulled up the first deck plans to get a list, and have noted these rooms because since they were originally HA, they have a different bathroom setup with one room and no tub. If there is an X after the number, that room is not longer considered HA.

2007X
2033
2035
2507X
2533
2535
5018X
5186
5518X
5552
5686
6001X
6006
6012X
6014
6088
6090
6186
6500
6504
6510X
6512X
6686
7190X
7500
7688X
8090
8092
8184X
8500
8588
8590
8682X
9170
9670X
11000
11006 ADDED
11008X
 

DisneyDream2B

DIS Veteran
Joined
Dec 16, 2010
I found the stateroom we have booked on the Dream in the list on the first page of this thread. It indicated that this stateroom on the Fantasy has a Murphy bed. Would the same stateroom number on the Dream be likely to have the Murphy bed as well?
Thanks
 

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  • lbgraves

    Little Cinderella's Mommy
    Joined
    Feb 25, 2003
    I didn't find any rooms that allowed a different number of people on each ship, so my guess is that they are the same. Some had said there were differences, but I haven't found any posts confirming this yet. I looked up most of these within a few days of the 2015 dates opening, so most rooms were available on the cruises I checked, before muster station numbers would have been a factor.
     

    SeaSpray

    Disney World fan since 1976
    Joined
    Jan 11, 2001
    We're booked in this cabin for next year and I was hoping that it didn't have a Murphy bed in it since (I think) it makes the chair stick out into the room a little. I just did this "booking" on the DCL web site and it let me book 5 adults in it.

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    7-Night Eastern Caribbean Cruise on Disney Fantasy - Itinerary B

    $6,058.00
    Sail Date January 10, 2015 Ship Disney Fantasy Ports Port Canaveral, Florida; St. Thomas/St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands; San Juan, Puerto Rico; Castaway Cay



    Adult 1:$1,617.00Adult 2:$1,617.00Adult 3:$798.00Adult 4:$798.00Adult 5:$798.00Government Taxes & Fees (Cruise):$430.00.

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    Total $6,058.00


    Stateroom:
    Room #6596

    Category 04D - Deluxe Family Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah


    Upgrade to a Concierge Family Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah Help for only $60.49 per person per day.
    View:
    Private Verandah
    Guests:
    5 Adults

    Dining Preference: Second Seating Ground Transportation: Declined Vacation Protection Plan:
    Not Included
     

    SeaSpray

    Disney World fan since 1976
    Joined
    Jan 11, 2001
    Thanks, that would be 5 kids or adults. I'll update the list.
    That's right, but I specified 5 adults just to make sure that there was no question that the 5th person wasn't counted as an infant or anything. (or is that only at the WDW resorts?? LOL).

    Anyway, I should've said Thank you to YOU for putting this list together. :)
     
  • lbgraves

    Little Cinderella's Mommy
    Joined
    Feb 25, 2003
    That's right, but I specified 5 adults just to make sure that there was no question that the 5th person wasn't counted as an infant or anything. (or is that only at the WDW resorts?? LOL).

    Anyway, I should've said Thank you to YOU for putting this list together. :)
    On DCL if you are a person, you count, no matter what age. ;)
     

    Zandy595

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    Joined
    Nov 5, 2000
    Ship: Dream
    Room #: 9162
    Category: 8B
    Sleeps: 4
    Bunk?: Y
    Murphy?: N
     

    tiffrobyn

    Just keep swimming. Just keep swimming. Just keep
    Joined
    Aug 23, 2011
    I see that on the Dream 7006 & 7504 each sleep 4. Does anyone know if the Fantasy is the same?
     

    Bear3412

    DIS Veteran
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    Aug 12, 2011
    I heard there were a few differences, but could never find/prove it.

    lbgraves ran both Dream and Fantasy and found no differences in the cabins researched.

    When are you sailing exactly?
     

    lbgraves

    Little Cinderella's Mommy
    Joined
    Feb 25, 2003
    If you are searching for a cruise in the near future, the reason is that there isn't capacity left on the ship to allow that many people in the room. They sell a certain number of 5-person rooms, 4-person rooms, 3 person rooms and once those quotas are met it doesn't matter how many people CAN actually sleep in the room you want to book. I ran most of these numbers opening week when not many rooms were booked first for 5 people, then 4 and 3 to see what the website would allow.
     

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