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Old August 2nd, 2004, 04:05 PM
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Default Disney Wonder and Carnival Miracle cabin size?

Just curious, how do the cabins compare between Disney's Wonder and Carnival's Miracle, with respect to size (square foot)? I am specifically thinking about an upper level deck with a balcony on each. I know Carnival is app. 185 square ft. Thanks for any help you can give me.
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Old August 2nd, 2004, 06:18 PM
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I've been on both ships (actually the DIsney Magic and the Miracle), and found the Disney ship to have larger cabins. An upper deck balcony room on the Wonder is about 268 square feet!
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Old August 13th, 2004, 03:06 PM
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Rooms on disney are huge. We sailed four years ago, there was a full size couch in our room along with our bed made into a king size. DIsney by far has the biggest rooms.
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Old September 19th, 2004, 04:39 PM
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Hi,

You really can't beat the size of Disney's staterooms! Their inside stateroom is def. the largest I have ever seen on a ship and I have sailed on the Fantasy, Mariner of the Seas and both of Disney 's ships. I am always gripping about my room size when I sell with another company, well except for when I sailed on the Mariner on their Sup. Balcony stateroom, I'd say it was very compriable to Disney's balcony staterooms. But, for a ship it's size, you'd be amazed how tiny their inside staterooms were!
Disney in my opinion def. has the market cornered on having the nicest ship for their quick 3-4 night cruises. Disney is the only cruiseline so far that I would even consider sailing in a inside stateroom on. I am going on the Miracle in Nov. and I am glad I booked a outside balcony cabin on them too. I did an oceanview on the Fantasy and wouldn't have been able sail in anything less on her. Sometimes size does matter! ! Disney's staterooms are also very beautiful, no tacky colors or neon. Not for Disney...think "Deluxe" Disney resort and you'll be right on track. Were talking, marble, crome, glass, tub and shower combos and the service is pretty darn good too!

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Old December 7th, 2004, 05:09 PM
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Hi,
I have been in both cabins on both of these ships. Disney by far is larger.. Depending on which catagory you get w/the balcony, the balcony might be smaller on Disney. But the interior space is larger, plus the added bathroom. One bath is the toiled and sink area, where the other is a tub and sink area, this is great if you have more than 2 in a cabin.
Disney by far, exceeds all of the cabins in size and functionallly.
Joan
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