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Disney Magic Cruise Ship Cabin 6564 Tour and Video
I have a brand new cabin tour for your to check out if you are thinking about booking a sailing on the Disney Magic Cruise Ship. We recently sailed on the Disney Magic to Bermuda and for this 5 night voyage, we called cabin 6564 our home. This was our 3rd sailing on the Disney Magic and the second time we left out of the Manhattan Cruise Terminal. On previous Disney Cruises we stayed in cabin 6060 and then the last time we had a 1 bedroom suite in cabin 8032. We thought it would be hard to go from the posh, sprawling suite back down to a standard balcony cabin but aside from a couple nights before dinner when navigating the room and its 4 inhabitants to get dressed proved a bit tricky, it really wasn’t bad. We fit quite nicely in cabin 6564 and the price tag was well under HALF of the suite, so all in all, it was a big win.
We thought that our cabin 6564 was a well-appointed room and yet another reminder that Disney Cruise ship cabins are typically more spacious that standard cabins on other cruise lines.
When entering the room, the closet is to your right and the split bath is to the left. Yes, there are two bathrooms. One room has a sink and toilet while the other room has a sink and tub/shower. While this might sound silly, I can’t emphasize how nice it was to have two sinks with a family of 4.
Disney Magic Cabin 6564 Split Bathroom
Disney Magic Cabin 6564 Daytime Set up
Disney Magic Cabin 6564 Nighttime Bunk Set Up
Disney Magic Cabin 6564 Balcony
As soon as we arrived to our cabin on day 1 of our cruise, I shot a video tour of the room. It’s always nice to take a video walk through accommodations BEFORE your checked luggage is delivered! We would most definitely recommend this room and would book it again in a heartbeat. The room is centrally located midship, just steps from the midship steps and elevators. You are literally one flight of stairs and about 20 paces from the Oceaneer’s Lab entrance, so checking the kids in and out of the club whenever they wanted to come/go was an absolute breeze.
Being midship on a small (as cruise ships go) ship means that you are always at least halfway to any destination. You are not far from restaurants, shops, pools or other entertainment. Another perk of being midship is that you feel the ship’s movement on the ocean less than if you were in a forward (front) or aft (back) cabin.
Disney Magic 6564 Cabin Video Tour
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