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Old 10-02-2012, 10:43 PM   #1
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Question about beds on fantasy

Is it true that the bed does not separate into twin beds? My cousin and I are traveling together and we have always had our own bed on cruises in the past. I find this hard to be true.
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Old 10-02-2012, 10:48 PM   #2
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Is it true that the bed does not separate into twin beds? My cousin and I are traveling together and we have always had our own bed on cruises in the past. I find this hard to be true.
we had a level 5A room and there was no way to separate the bed...i did not inspect it but it looked like one complete (and comfortable) matress...
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The queen bed does not seperate into twin beds on the Dream or Fantasy. There is the seperate couch bed and in some rooms the pull-down bunk or murphy bed.
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Old 10-02-2012, 10:53 PM   #4
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The queen bed does not seperate into twin beds on the Dream or Fantasy. There is the seperate couch bed and in some rooms the pull-down bunk or murphy bed.
there is a couch bed but you need at least four in a room to get the bunk bed- or at least thats what they told us (we are three and my daughter really wanted a bunk bed)...
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I'm kinda shocked right now. My cousin doesn't want to share a bed. I don't blame her. But I spent just as much money as she did on this cruise why shoul I have to take the couch. Grrrr drama
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If you are at the point where you can request a specific room, you CAN book a room that has a bunk with three people. There are people who book the family rooms that sleep up to 5 people with only 2 or 3 in their party. You just need to book early and select the room number.
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Old 10-02-2012, 11:06 PM   #7
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If you are at the point where you can request a specific room, you CAN book a room that has a bunk with three people. There are people who book the family rooms that sleep up to 5 people with only 2 or 3 in their party. You just need to book early and select the room number.
No actually. We sail in 58 days and I just upgraded to a vgt balcony room.
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Old 10-02-2012, 11:17 PM   #8
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I'm kinda shocked right now. My cousin doesn't want to share a bed. I don't blame her. But I spent just as much money as she did on this cruise why shoul I have to take the couch. Grrrr drama
Split it. Flip a coin to see who gets the bed four nights, and the other gets it three.
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I'm kinda shocked right now. My cousin doesn't want to share a bed. I don't blame her. But I spent just as much money as she did on this cruise why shoul I have to take the couch. Grrrr drama
The couch is a queen sized pull out bed. I slept on it last week on our cruise, and I found it to be pretty comfortable.
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The couch is a queen sized pull out bed. I slept on it last week on our cruise, and I found it to be pretty comfortable.
The only way this is true is if you were in a suite or sailing a different cruise line. The sofas in non-suite staterooms on DCL convert to single beds. However, I've always found them quite comfortable.
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Tell her you are sleeping in the bed. If she doesn't want to join you, she is welcome to sleep on the couch.
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Tell her you are sleeping in the bed. If she doesn't want to join you, she is welcome to sleep on the couch.
I am hoping for a room with a pull down bed. I have no problem sleeping in the pull out couch but its just principle that she feels entitled to that bed lol. Can you request a room with a pull down? We are in a Vgt room. I suggested switching off sleeping in each bed and she said that she doesn't want to sleep in the same bed as me just in case I was sick. I told her that if she was that bad about germs she wouldn't be able to travel at all. We don't know who slept in the bed before us ahah. I think she's trying to manipulate
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Things have been great with us so far with planning the vacation but this whole bed thing has put a Thorn in my side lol
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Old 10-03-2012, 06:02 PM   #14
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The only way this is true is if you were in a suite or sailing a different cruise line. The sofas in non-suite staterooms on DCL convert to single beds. However, I've always found them quite comfortable.
We weren't in a suite.
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The only way this is true is if you were in a suite or sailing a different cruise line. The sofas in non-suite staterooms on DCL convert to single beds. However, I've always found them quite comfortable.
I agree, I've slept on the sofa that converts into a single bed and I found it to be comfortable, no bar in the middle like on some pullouts.
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