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#1
Canada
35 Posts
Joined Jul 2002
I am thinking going on the Fantasy next fall with my son and his three young children.I'm
looking at the conseige room with balcony. Does anyone know about the conseige service.
I am a royal caribbean cruiser, and i'm wondering if it is similar.
#2
Rochester
42 Posts
Joined Feb 2012
Concierge gives you special services that other staterooms don't get check out my link for more info...
http://disneycruise.disney.go.com/sh...with-verandah/
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#3
Colorado
21 Posts
Joined Jan 2012
We just returned from a Fantasy cruise and stayed in the "regular" cabins with our 3-year-old daughter. I think for grandparents traveling on a Disney cruise, the concierge area would be a great choice. It's close to the adult-only pool area and other adult-only areas. The non-adult areas are quite busy, crowded and loud. It can be overwhelming and a bit stressful at times. So for people who are used to more quiet and calm, the concierge area is better