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Category V and 4 Staterooms (continued)

Category V and 4 Staterooms (continued)

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Deluxe Family Staterooms on the Dream Class ships have one extra distinction—most have a round bathtub. The presence of that tub is accentuated by a curved wall in the living area. The 20 category V staterooms on the Dream Class ships are on decks 11 and 12, the concierge level, and include concierge privileges. The rooms are decorated in elegant, Art Deco style, with high-gloss wood finishes, dark teakwood accents, a tan, dark blue, aquamarine, and dark brown color palette, and extra touches like terry robes and slippers, and a valet kit. As in most concierge level rooms, a second, 42” wall-mounted TV may face the queen bed. The interior layout of these rooms is comparable to category 4, with the distinctive circular tub, but the convertible sofa is a double, rather than a twin, and there is no Murphy bed. These differences free-up floor space and give the room a more spacious feeling than category 4. All deck 11 rooms have extra-deep verandahs, as do 12008, 12010, 12508 and 12510 on deck 12. Stateroom 11000 is larger and handicap-accessible. There are 361 Category 4 staterooms on the Dream Class ships, a dramatic increase from the Magic Class, which makes them much easier to get. Even parties of 2, 3, or 4 are now booking them for the sake of extra floor space. Especially noteworthy are the 44 category 4E staterooms, all on deck 5. These rooms are different in several ways from other category 4 staterooms. They debuted on the Dream as category 5 staterooms, but the cruise line soon re-classified them to 4E. What’s so special? The verandahs are the same width but double the depth of typical verandahs. The interior space and layout is the same as a category 5 room, sleeping 3-4 in a queen-sized bed, convertible twin sofa bed, and a pull-down twin berth. These rooms also have a rectangular tub, rather than the round tub seen in other category V and 4 rooms.

A category V stateroom with wall-mounted large-screen TV.

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