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Stateroom Amenities and Services
Stateroom Amenities and Services
Bathrooms—All staterooms have their own bathrooms, while categories V and 4–10 have innovative split bathrooms with a sink/toilet in one small room, and a second sink plus tub/shower in another room—see page 147. Plush bath towels and bath sheets are provided. We love the split bathrooms—it makes getting ready much easier. Note that the light switches are located outside the bathrooms—remember to turn them on before you enter!
Beds—Every room has a Sealy Posturepedic Premium Plush Euro-top bed with 600 thread-count Egyptian cotton sheets made by Frette. (Queen beds cannot be separated into twins, on any ship.) Most staterooms also have a twin-size, convertible sofa (72"/183 cm. long). Categories V and T have a double-size convertible sofa instead. Many rooms have a pull-down, twin-size upper berth (72"/183 cm. long with a weight limit of 220 lbs./100 kg.) with safety rails. Category 4 has an extra twin-size fold-out bed.
A pack-n-play crib in a stateroom
Closets—Every stateroom has a roomy closet with a clothes rod, a dozen or so hangers, a set of drawers or shelves, a safe, your life jackets, and an overhead light (that turns on automatically when you open the closet). If you don’t have enough hangers, ask your stateroom host/hostess for more.
Cribs—Portable, “pack-n-play” cribs are available, as are bed safety rails—request when reserving. High chairs are also provided in the dining areas.
Electrical Control—On the Dream Class ships, you’ll find a silver panel just inside your stateroom—this controls electricity in your room. Insert a card into the top slot to keep your electricity on. You do not need to use your Key to the World card—any card-sized object will do. We don’t recommend you use your Key to the World card because as soon as that card is removed, the lights in the room go out—and this can be very inconvenient if you’re left in the dark when your husband takes his card on the way out to get a soda!
Electrical Outlets—Staterooms are outfitted with four standard U.S. 110v, three-pronged electrical outlets: two near the desk/vanity, plus two under the bedside clock (all ships). Two special outlets—one in each bathroom—are marked “for shavers only” and have a standard U.S. 110v, two-pronged outlet along with a European 220v outlet (20 watts/20VA max.). You can’t plug your hair dryer into the bathroom outlets, but electric toothbrushes should be OK. As of early 2014, guests are no longer allowed to bring extension cords or surge suppressors.
Portable dryer on the Dream Class
Hair Dryers—On the Magic Class built-in hair dryers are attached to the wall of the bathroom in each stateroom. On the Dream Class, a portable, handheld hair dryer is in a bag hanging from the back of your bathroom drawer, or possibly in your desk drawer—you can only plug it in at the desk. If you are particular about drying your hair, consider bringing your own.
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