Disney Cruise Line and Its Ports of Call LIVE! Guidebook

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Disney Dream Staterooms (continued)

Disney Dream Staterooms (continued)

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Overhead mural on the Dream

Parties that book adjoining verandah staterooms can ask their stateroom host/hostess to open a door in the partition between the verandahs. Partway through 2011, the cruise line re-classified some staterooms due to variations in their verandahs. Rooms with oversized verandahs moved up a full category. Rooms with undersized verandahs or obstructed views moved down. Of special note are the category 4E rooms on deck 5. While now considered Deluxe Family Staterooms, they have the interior dimensions and features of category 5–10 rooms, but have a double-depth verandah.

Hassock with storage

Stateroom interior design for the Dream Class is very similar to that of the Magic Class, but with new artwork, woodwork, and other minor changes. Speaking of artwork, if the pull-down berth is opened for the evening, an overhead mural of Peter Pan and Tinker Bell is revealed to the lucky person in the upper bunk. Storage space is even more plentiful. The coffee table in the sitting area has been replaced by a storage hassock, and the chest of drawers near the closet now has overhead shelving. Under-bed height has been increased for the queen bed to store larger luggage, but that bed can’t be split into two twins. Wall-mounted bedside shelves and lamps clear up some floor space, and the vertical “steamer trunk” formerly found on the Magic Class is gone, replaced by making another cabinet taller. Also, the vast majority of staterooms have connecting doors, and for connecting verandah staterooms, a door now connects the verandahs, to create a double-width space.

Much more information on the staterooms on the Disney Dream Class, including photos and videos, is available on our website at http://www.passporter.com/disney-dream.

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