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  • On Dec 1, 2022
    Stacey from NJ Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Hello, planning on sailing Disney Fantasy next year, including several tall teenage boys, approximately 5'10, 6' and 6'2. Do you know the dimensions of the sofa bed and pull down beds? Will we need an extra room to fit these tall kids!

    Ahoy there, Stacey! Thanks for sailing my way here at planDisney with your question about those teenagers of yours! 

    As someone who is decidedly average in height - I top out at 5'10" - I'm a better barometer for how a "typical" adult fits in the staterooms aboard the Disney Fantasy! That said, when it comes to the size and comfort of the sleeping arrangements, I've spent my fair share of time in each bed type - especially the Deluxe Family Oceanview Staterooms that sleep five you're likely looking at booking! I think it's definitely manageable to get the entire crew into a single stateroom!

    Each of the sleeping surfaces other than the queen bed is the size of a standard twin bed, but the geometry of each is a bit different based on where it folds out from! If it were me, I'd assign your two shortest on the convertible couch berth, and the bunk over the top that pulls down from the ceiling. If one or both of them tends to sleep on their side that'll come in handy, as well! I've found that the shortest may actually be more comfortable on the lower berth since it has the armrests at the top and bottom that cannot be moved, while the upper berth is easier to lay diagonally on!  

    For your tallest, the wall bed will be the best bet. While it is still a twin-sized bed, its orientation in the room and lack of "armrests" like the couch bed has makes it infinitely more accommodating for taller sailors than the other two berths. Just be sure when selecting a stateroom in this category,  to pay attention to the list of sleeping arrangements on the "select your stateroom" screen. You should see the words "Single Wall Pull-Down Bed" in the list next to the bed icon when the stateroom you select has this feature!

    Granted, your crew will likely spend so much time enjoying everything that's included on a Disney Cruise Line Vacation that they'll be exhausted enough to seep in a porthole! Between the activities at Vibe, fun in the sun topside, the entertainment meant for the entire family, and the restful motion of the ship sailing on your adventure, I'd wager they sleep soundly!

    I hope that gives your crew the room to stretch their legs for a relaxing sailing, Stacey! Thank you so much for your question, and if you have any others surface as you continue planning, please drop us another line here at planDisney. 

    Fair winds and following seas! 

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