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Category T Staterooms (Dream Class)

Category T Staterooms (Dream Class)

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The 19 suites in category T (536 sq. ft.) on the Dream Class ships sleep 4-5, with a queen bed in the master bedroom, and a full-size sleep sofa and twin Murphy bed in the living room. The master bath features a whirlpool tub and separate shower, while the second bath comes with a shower only. Both the bedroom and living room feature 42-inch TVs, and another video screen is embedded in the master bathroom mirror. The living/dining room runs the width of the suite and opens onto a double-width verandah. Most verandahs are extra-deep, but eight (12614, 12620, 12624, 12626, 12514, 12520, 12524, and 12526) have standard-depth verandahs. All suites connect to an adjoining category V room (see page 140) with one exception: stateroom 12000, which faces the bow and can connect with either or both of the Royal Suites. Category T suites sleep four to five guests.

A category T bedroom on the Disney Dream

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