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Old 09-06-2013, 03:49 PM   #1
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Living the Suite Life on the Dream ~ Sept. 1-5, 2013

DH and I returned yesterday from the 9/1 four-night sailing on the Dream. We booked this cruise in early January, after considering and discarding many, many ideas for a trip to celebrate our 15th wedding anniversary. DCL offered a deal that we just couldn't pass up with the DRM promotion for sailings in late August and September. The promotion included special pricing for a category 7A room ($599 each for the two of us) and a $100 OBC. None of the Caribbean resorts we had considered could touch that price.

We've been on two cruises with our 10yo DD (a 4-night on the Dream and a 7-night Eastern on the Fantasy), and this trip was different in every possible way. To illustrate this point:

Number of dinners in MDRs: 0
Number of shows attended: 0
Number of trips to Oceaneer Lab: 0
Number of minutes at Donald Pool: 0
Number of character lines waited in: 0
Number of meals at Palo & Remy: 4
Number of minutes lounging in various lounge chairs: Too many to count

Here we are with DD on the Fantasy this past March:


Me, Lisa; DH, Ben; and DD, Kendall (9 at the time)

I'll be writing this trip report gradually over the next few days or so. Hot topics that will be covered include:

-Booking a room at the Hyatt MCO
-Pre-purchasing day passes to and using the Rainforest Room
-Upgrading at Port
-Signing up for tastings
-Booking a room at the Comfort Suites (CS) in Paradise Island for access to Atlantis
-Getting from the pier to CS, from CS to Atlantis, and finding your way around Atlantis
-Visiting Serenity Bay at Castaway Cay
-Getting the most out of Concierge
-Tipping the Concierge staff
-Booking a dummy cruise while onboard
-Eating at Palo and Remy
-Celebrating a special occasion onboard


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Old 09-06-2013, 03:59 PM   #2
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I'm excited to read your report especially since you upgraded to a T at port. I hope you and your DH had a wonderful time. Isn't it great being able to relax by the adult pool and just doing what you want when you want?? We loved it but of course we also love our family cruises BUT it was nice.
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I'm excited to read your report especially since you upgraded to a T at port. I hope you and your DH had a wonderful time. Isn't it great being able to relax by the adult pool and just doing what you want when you want?? We loved it but of course we also love our family cruises BUT it was nice.
We had the most amazing time. We went with high expectations and were still blown away. Yes, the freedom to do exactly what we wanted to do -- and none of the things we didn't want to do -- was incredible! We're looking forward to our spring break cruise with DD, but DH and I are already talking about when the two of us can go again. Staying in a cat T will be difficult to top!
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Old 09-06-2013, 08:09 PM   #4
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Hi Lisa!

I can't wait to read about your adventures and I'm so excited you upgraded to a T! We considered asking since we were among the first there (I wonder if we were on the first bus together?) but we decided not to since we knew we wouldn't be in the cabin too much. I can't wait to hear how much it was since as you know I booked under the same 7A GTY rate.

Looking forward to it!

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Old 09-06-2013, 09:07 PM   #5
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Congrats!!

Congrats on your upgrade! I can't wait to read your trip report. I have a 00T booked for May 2014, so I can't wait to hear about your experience and pick up a few pointers from you.
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Old 09-07-2013, 08:30 PM   #6
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Saturday, 8/31: Pre-Cruise Day

After eight months of planning and waiting, the day had finally arrived! We dropped our 10 year old DD and our dog off at my in-laws’ house and headed to the airport. We had originally planned to fly in the day of the cruise, like we had for our previous two Disney cruises. US Airways forced us to change our plans in early June, though, when they cancelled our 8:43 a.m. flight and put us on the next flight… departing Washington, DC just before noon. We ended up switching to an early evening flight the day before embarkation, and the change of plans turned out to be a blessing in disguise. The next thing we had to do was figure out where to stay and how to get to port. After going back and forth about the advantages and disadvantages of staying at/near the airport vs. staying near the port, we decided to stay at the Hyatt MCO and take DCL transportation. I had read here on the Dis that passengers on the first bus from MCO are generally the first people to get into the terminal. That was important because, by this time, we had decided that we were going to try to upgrade to Concierge at port.

Next step: Figuring out how to get a good deal at the Hyatt. After checking rates via the Hyatt web site, I looked into joining the Last Minute Travel Club (LMT). I found a code online that allowed me to join for free (see below). Their price for one night at the Hyatt MCO was $125.96. I went ahead and booked, but had second thoughts later because of the following wording in the Remarks section of the confirmation e-mail:

Please note that while your booking has been confirmed and is guaranteed, the rooming list with your name may not be adjusted in the hotel’s reservation system until closer to arrival.

Even though others on the Disboards have used LMT without issues, I was just not 100% comfortable. I then decided to go the Stay Certificate route. I called the Hyatt directly to see whether they could take a certificate reservation for the night of 8/31. They said that they could and confirmed that they would accept Choice level or above (this has since changed, apparently). I asked if I could go ahead with the reservation and then call back with the certificate number once I had received it and was told that wasn’t necessary – that I should just plan to present the certificate at check-in. The Choice level Stay Certificate cost $152.22 and covered the room and all taxes and fees. It has been reported recently that the Hyatt is now accepting only Premier level certificates and above. A Premier certificate costs $188.89, so using a Stay Certificate may not be the best choice going forward.

For anyone interested in learning more about Stay Certificates, here is the link:

https://www.certificates.hyatt.com/

For anyone interested in booking through LMT, here is the info you’ll need:

• Go to www.LMTClub.com
• Click on “Become a Member.”
• Enter an email and password you wish to use for your membership login, and continue.
• Under “Promo Code” enter MAYNOJ, hit apply and finish registering for free.

Our flight arrived at MCO at about 8:00 p.m. We got our luggage from baggage claim and were happy that we didn’t have far to go. We walked through the terminal to the Hyatt and were able to check in with no wait. I presented our Stay Certificate and let the person checking us in know that we would be on a Disney cruise the next day and wanted them to handle our bags. I was given a letter explaining the process and a brief form to complete and hand to the CM at the DCL transportation desk.

After checking in and dropping our bags off in the room, we decided to eat at McCoy’s, which is on the same level as the front desk. It was a little on the pricey side, but the food was very good and the location couldn’t have been more convenient! We were back in the room by around 9:30 and decided to turn in early.

Next up: Getting to port and embarkation.
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Old 09-07-2013, 09:51 PM   #7
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Joining in. Your cruise sounds like the pace I want for my upcoming Dream cruise for my birthday although I probably won't spring for Concierge.

Can't wait to hear more!

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I'm joining in too!!! Can't wait to hear more!!!
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Sunday, 9/1, Part 2: Day 1

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Quiet Cove

When we finished up in the Concierge Lounge, it was about noon. The weather was sunny with temps in the low to mid 80s, so we didn't waste any time changing into our swimsuits and getting poolside. There were only a handful of other people in the Quiet Cove area, and we only saw two or three in swimsuits. I can't stress this point enough: Pack your swimsuits in a carry-on! We got two lounge chairs in the sun, put our two small carry-on bags between our chairs, and sprawled out. I think we made it about 10 minutes before we had to get into the pool to cool off. For a little while we were the only two people in the pool. We enjoyed that while it lasted because we suspected that there would be lots of adults on the cruise. That turned out to be a correct assumption as the Quiet Cove pool area was PACKED for the rest of the cruise.



Our One-Bedroom Suite (Room 12020)

We had been told that our room would be ready at around 12:30, but I can't confirm that because I could not peel myself off my lounge chair to check. I finally left the pool briefly at around 1:30 to drop our bags off in the room and check it out. And to take some photos, of course.







I knew the room would be nice and large, but it exceeded my expectations. The further I walked into the room, the more impressive it was. There was a small-ish full bath near the entry, three closets (one of which was a walk-in), a desk area, a living room with TV, a dining room, a bedroom with TV that could be closed off via 3 sliding doors, and a HUGE master bathroom. I think that bathroom is what blew me away the most. It had a very large jetted tub, a separate walk-in shower, and a double vanity with a TV built into the mirror! When I finished taking pictures, I headed back out and DH and I went to Cabanas for lunch. Then it was back to the pool for more lounging. By that time, the adult pool area was getting more crowded and more people were in swimsuits.

Muster Drill & Sail-Away

We headed to the room at about 3:30 to get changed and ready for the muster drill. Our muster station was in the Walt Disney Theater, and after being outdoors for the muster drills on our two previous cruises, we really appreciated the air conditioning! Afterward, we headed up to Currents for a quick beer and then got ready for sail-away. We had told everyone in our families exactly where we would be -- at the rail on deck 12 just forward of the first funnel -- so we wanted to make sure to be in position when we passed by Fishlips. That was a great spot to be as most people were clustered midship and aft. Sail-away was just a bit late; I think it was around 5:15 by the time the ship pulled away from the dock. The captain played all the horns as we sailed by the restaurants lining the channel. I always get such a thrill when I hear those horns! Clouds were rolling in at this point, so we decided to head to the Concierge lounge to catch the end of the first cocktail reception.

Cocktail Reception in the Concierge Lounge

The lounge hosts two cocktail receptions per day: one from 5:00-5:45 and another from 7:30-8:15. We ate at around 7:30 every night, so we always made a point to be at the first reception. There was a full bar which was tended by an awesome bartender named Tiago. DH and I each had one drink and a few yummy bites to eat in the lounge and took another drink to go. We tried to keep ourselves in check because we had Palo reservations for 7:30, but it was hard! I don't remember many people being at that first reception. The lounge got progressively more crowded each day, but there was never a time when we were unable to find a table. When the cocktail reception was over we headed back to the room where we finished our drinks on the verandah. The verandahs for most of the category T rooms on deck 12 are the same depth as regular verandahs, but twice as wide. There are a few rooms on either side of the ship further forward that have deeper verandahs due to the way the ship bumps out. The verandahs on deck 11 are a little deeper than those on deck 12, but they are mostly enclosed with glass. Our verandah was equipped with two chairs, a table, and two loungers (I was standing next to one of them when I took this photo).



Dinner at Palo

Once we finished our drinks, it was time to shower and get dressed for Palo. Unfortunately I forgot to take my camera that night, so I don't have any photos of us at dinner! We got to Palo at 7:30 and were immediately seated. Our waiter was Sasa (pronounced Sasha) from Croatia. He was amazing! We told him we were on the cruise to celebrate our anniversary and that we had another Palo dinner reservation for Tuesday night. He decided that Sunday night would be our Happy Second Honeymoon dinner and Tuesday would be our Happy Anniversary dinner. We started with an Antipasti plate that Sasa composed from a rolling cart. Delicious! Next up was the pesto marinated grilled shrimp and the grilled Portobello mushroom over polenta. We would not have chosen the Portobello appetizer if Sasa had not highly recommended it, but DH and I both loved it. We both thought the shrimp appetizer was just okay. I had the tenderloin for my entrée and DH went with the tuna. We were both very happy with our choices! For dessert, we each had a chocolate soufflé (divine) and shared the panna cotta (light and delicious). In addition to the desserts, Sasa brought us a beautifully decorated plate with Happy Second Honeymoon written in chocolate, along with several chocolate covered strawberries. We were both very, very full at the end of the meal. Before we left, Sasa assured us that he would arrange for us to be seated at one of his tables next to the windows for our dinner on Tuesday night.

We decided to stop by the concierge lounge one more time for decaf cappuccinos before heading back to the room. I've read about the espresso machine in the lounge many times here, and I honestly wondered what all the fuss was about. Let me tell you: It is everything people say it is. It makes wonderful, piping hot espresso drinks in moments, at the touch of a button. What I wouldn't give to have one of those babies at home!



Next up: Day 2 (Nassau)
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Sunday, 9/1: Transportation to Port & Embarkation

Getting to Port

We had asked for a 7:00 a.m. wake-up call when we checked in, but for some reason (keying error?) the call came at 4:00 a.m. DH and I both sat bolt upright in bed and stared at each other in confusion. At that point DH set the alarm on his watch and we attempted to go back to sleep (he had more luck with that than I did). We had put in an order for breakfast from room service, and it was delivered at about 7:30. It was on the expensive side and we both thought the food was just okay. Lesson learned: we will grab something in the terminal next time. We left our room at about 8:25 to head downstairs to the DCL transportation area. I knew we wouldn't be the only ones there, but I was surprised to see about 25 people in the seating area near the DCL desk. A couple of CMs came out and started getting things set up at around 8:40. Within a few minutes, a line had formed. By 8:50 we had checked in for the bus and moved to the waiting area. We boarded the first bus at 9:00 and pulled out by 9:05. The bus arrived at the DCL terminal at PC at 9:50, but we had to wait on the bus until about 10:10 because they were not ready for us in the terminal.

Checking in at the Terminal

The passengers on our bus were the first to enter the terminal. When we arrived, there was a handful of people milling around outside. I'm guessing that they were let in right after us, but I'm not positive. [ETA: I have since learned that those who took private transportation were not allowed into the terminal until 10:30.] We had no wait to check in. It only took a few minutes and then we headed down to the supervisor's desk, which is at the far right if you're facing the check-in area. We were the first ones there at 10:20. We wanted to upgrade to Concierge, so we asked about the prices for categories V and T. The CM asked us for our room number, keyed it into her computer, and then pulled out the infamous chart. Based on what I had read here, I expected the cost of the upgrade to cat V to be about $700 and the upgrade to cat T to be about $1,500. Sure enough, the price we were quoted to upgrade to cat V was $700. I literally held my breath while the CM was telling us the price for the T. I swear, it sounded like she was speaking in slow motion! When she said it would cost $1,100, I took one look at DH and knew he was onboard.*

I may actually have jumped up and down a little at that point. I seriously felt like a kid at Christmas. We got the last cat T on deck 12. I think there were 3 available on deck 11. The CM asked for our KTTW cards and printed out new, gold cards. I was weirdly excited about those cards. She then called the concierge desk and asked someone to come over and escort us to the concierge waiting area. By this time it was about 10:40. We sat in the waiting area looking at our Day 1 Navigators until about 11:20, when we were told that we could go ahead and board.



Boarding & Concierge "Welcome Aboard" Reception

Once our names were announced and we had boarded the ship, we were grouped with the other passengers who had been waiting in the concierge area and escorted to the Concierge Lounge.



We found a table in the lounge and were immediately offered snacks and beverages. The three concierge hosts (Annie-Marie, Wensdae, and Andy) went from table to table to review itineraries and take special requests. After about 15 minutes, Annie-Marie pulled a chair up to our table. She did not have an itinerary ready for us, but after asking our last name and room number, she walked over to the desk and printed one out. She then went over it with us and asked if there was anything she could do for us. Well, since you asked:

Can you make us a Palo reservation for 7:30 tonight? Yes.
Can you sign us up for a Mixology class? Yes.
Can you add our $300 in Disney Visa rewards to our account? Yes.
Can you take care of getting this tote bag signed by all the characters? Yes.
Can we get a cabana on Castaway Cay? Yes. (I was really just curious. Although it was a bit tempting, we did not grab the cabana. The upgrade had already set us back enough!!)

Once we got all that squared away, we found the nearest restrooms, changed into our swimsuits, and headed out to the Quiet Cove pool.

*Just for reference, I had been monitoring DCL's site for months, and the prices for cat V and cat T never moved from $3,290.44 and $5,226.44, respectively. We booked a 7A under the DRM promotion for $1,304.44 plus a $100 OBC (so $1,204.44 total). Adding the cost of the upgrade, we got a cat T room for $2,304.44. We had $300 in Disney Rewards dollars, which took our cost down to just over $2,000.
Next up: The rest of Day 1
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Lisa, Love seeing the pictures of your Cat T room! It was nice to meet you last week in the conceirge lounge. I'm looking forward to reliving the cruise in your trip report.
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Lisa, Love seeing the pictures of your Cat T room! It was nice to meet you last week in the conceirge lounge. I'm looking forward to reliving the cruise in your trip report.
It was great meeting you and your DS! How was your re-entry to real life? Mine was a little rough, but writing this TR is definitely helping me recapture the magic a bit.
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Enjoying your report! Of my six DCL cruises, only one has been with our daughter...that was back in 2000 when she was 13. We enjoy the laid-back adult life!
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Enjoying your report! Of my six DCL cruises, only one has been with our daughter...that was back in 2000 when she was 13. We enjoy the laid-back adult life!
Hi Cindy. I like your statistics! This will definitely not be our last adults-only cruise. If not next year, then definitely in 2015!
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Great trip report, we are trying to figure out what cat to book. Loved the pictures of your room. Do you think concierge is worth the extra money?
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