The Disney Magic offers a variety of accommodations, here are two options available. Oceanview Cabin #6512, category 9A, Set up as a queen size bed. This is after evening turndown service, before my kids started jumping around. The bedding was comfortable. On the left you can see a little counter area where there were glasses and a spot for room service to place the tray. There was also a full length mirror on the corner wall. The only plugs next to the beds were European. If you have a European adapter, take it! There are only a few plugs available in the cabin and most are not what we use in the US. We travel with a power strip, but that is because we have a child that uses a breathing machine and needs it. Most cruise lines say no to extension cords or power strips, but we have not run into a problem with using ours yet.
Here is the cabin set up after turndown service. During the day the upper bed is pushed back into the ceiling and the the bedding below is removed to be used as a couch. On the Disney Fantasy the hole where the bed goes is painted to look like the night sky.
In the bottom right corner of this picture you can see a little bit of the curtain that can be used to separate the bed and bathroom from the rest of the cabin. The tv is on this side of the cabin but was easy to turn toward the bed. The table in the center of the room is moveable, but very heavy.
Behind the curtain is a nice sized port window. The family oceanview staterooms have a seating area up in the window also. Here is the only picture that I could find with the curtain open. My son was digging into his goody bag left by the cabin steward. We were located on deck 6, and the windows were covered in salt residue.
I forgot to take pictures of the cabin on the first day, we were all just so excited to be on the Disney Magic, so please excuse the mess! Here is the vanity area in the cabin, there is a hair dryer in the bathroom, but it doesn't work. This BaByliss was in the drawer and wasn't very good for drying my very long hair! It took me more than 30 minutes to dry my hair, at home it's usually done in less than 10. I highly suggest taking your own hairdryer if you have long or thick hair!
Since Disney splits the bathroom and gives you two sink areas, they are very small! Here is the bathroom with the toilet. There is a small glass shelf above the sink and then the shelves shown across from the toilet. It was nice to be able to have someone showering while someone else could be in the other bathroom area getting ready.
The other bathroom has a sink area and bathtub. The shower is not made for tall people, but very few cruise ships make it easy for tall people to shower! The nice thing is that the shower head is adjustable and can be detached.
Inside cabin #6515, category 11B . When I think of an inside cabin, I always think it will be tiny and cramped feeling. But, you can see it's not much smaller than an ocean view cabin. This one had a sideways layout when you walked into the door, with the sleeping area to the right and the bathroom to the left. Each cabin uses Disney music as art, this cabin had one of my favorites! Our cabin was a song from Peter Pan, which we all kept singing because it was written on the wall...
The entrance area to the bathroom. It's nice that the closet is not right in front of the door like the the oceanview and higher cabins. It can be very frustrating when someone wants to leave the cabin and you are trying to get stuff out of the closet.
View of the room, from the small hall/closet area just outside of the bathroom door. The entrance/exit to the hallway is on the right before the tv.
No matter what Disney ship you sail on, every night will end with a towel animal and a chocolate for each person! You'll also receive your Navigator to learn about all the fun activities for the next day as well as the hours for all of the restaurants and children's programs. Here are a few of the towel animals that greeted us at the end of each day.
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