Disney Dream Stateroom Tour
This is Jake and my cute nephew Reid on our room verandah. We were on the 6th floor of the Disney Dream Cruise Ship. The room we had booked was the “Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah.”
The kids beds looked so fun I wouldn’t mind sleeping on them! The bottom bunk is where a couch is during the day, and by night a bed. Then the top bunk comes down from the ceiling. I loved how each day the crew put away the beds, and at turn down service the beds would come out. It made it so nice to have space to get around your room during the day and have a place to hang out.
I wish I got a picture/video of it but the top bunk has stars on the ceiling plus a night light! So perfect for kids! Also on the mirror area there were some night light options on those lights as well.
There was tons of storage in the room! When you enter your room there is rows of storage you can hang your clothes, put shoes, etc.
Where cute little Lindy is in this picture to the left is a mini fridge, drawers, vanity/desk area and more drawers. There is even cube cubbies on around the top of the TV and side of the mirror which is nice use of space.
By the couch there is a mini table/foot stool that is like a storage trunk. The kids liked putting their shoes in it.
The king bed height is tall enough to store all your suitcases under. Jake and I with the kids combined had 5 large size suitcases and they all fit just fine under the bed.
I have to say the beds were really comfy! This was one thing I didn’t expect but was really grateful about. Every night on the cruise Jake and I slept really good and woke up feeling ready for the day! Next time we do a Disney cruise we want to do the 14 day one.
The sides of the king bed had little mini night stands with power on them. I put my diffuser and charged my phone every night there which worked out great!
We got Captain Duffy at the gift shop on the boat. He was $35 and worth it! His dapper outfit was too cute to pass up! The animal friends were just getting ready to watch cartoons before bed. There were lots of fun Disney stations to watch on the TV. You also got news, sports stations, etc. but all we wanted to watch were the cartoons!
This was my first time on a cruise having a walk out deck you could go sit out on. We really enjoyed that and wished we would of spent more time out there! We were just having fun exploring the boat we didn’t spend much time in our own room. There is so much to see and do on the boat it’s hard to get all the activities in! When we were in our room it was nice to have the natural light in our room and look out the window to see what the day was like.
Getting room service was one of our favorite parts about the cruise! You could order Mickey Ice Cream bars anytime you wanted that! The kids and I made sure we ordered these a few times! There was also a breakfast, lunch/dinner menu you could order off of. The grilled chicken caesar salad, chicken wings and key lime pie were our favorites from the menu!
Cool Details About the Room
- Lots of hooks to hang wet clothes. On the walls, doors, bathroom, etc.
- There was a bath tub in the shower. It’s is a mini tub but perfect for babies/kids!
- In the shower there is also a laundry line you could pull out to hang dry clothing, swim suits, etc.
- Parting Curtain between King bed and bunk beds. If you want some privacy or the kids have their night lights on you can draw the curtain.
- You can find some cute nautical Disney details through out the room. The blanket on the bed, towels, etc.
- If you room next to family there is a door in the room you can unlock and say hello to them if you want! You both have unlock and open your doors, but it’s a quick and fun way to say hello.
Come join us as we check into our Disney Dream Stateroom and show you around!