Concierge Level

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  1. erin.w

    erin.w DIS Veteran

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    Thinking about doing a cruise for our honeymoon after our DFTW. Does anyone have any information/pictures from their cruise in concierge level? We would be looking at the 1-bedroom. Hoping to take the new ship but would love to see pictures from the other ships to get an idea.

    Initially we wanted to do the 14-day TA but I am too nervous to take a 14-day cruise as our first cruise. So we are looking at a 3 or 4 day bahama cruise.

    Thanks! :worship:
     
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  3. samily

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  4. erin.w

    erin.w DIS Veteran

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    Awesome, thanks so much! Were not new to Disney, but are totally new to cruising disney-style. Appreciated!
     
  5. Homemom

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    I would also check out the room reports in the FAQ section; we had a cat 3 and thought it and the little "extras" were awesome!
     
  6. kritter

    kritter <font color=deeppink>I need a Disney FIX!!<br><fon

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    We were in a cat. 3 last cruise if you have any questions ask away. Happy,, to help!!:thumbsup2:goodvibes
     
  7. Subi WRX

    Subi WRX Hangs with Jerry Springer thugs at Universal

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    It looks like they've redesigned the 1-BRs for the Dream. Check out the DCL website to see artist renditions of the new 1-BRs on the Dream. They look a lot different than the Magic & Wonder.
     
  8. Seaurchinzz

    Seaurchinzz Earning My Ears

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    A definate improvement
     
  9. TKH

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    Watch out though...stay in a suite once and you'll be hooked!! :) They're fabulous, and check out stateroom 12000 on the Dream deck plan. It's totally forward-facing and may be larger, if that interests you. Have fun!
     
  10. erin.w

    erin.w DIS Veteran

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    We saw one photo of the jet-tub near the window with a view and my fiance said "whatever room it is, I want it." Anyone else have links for photos of the rooms on the Dream?
     
  11. jilljill

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    There are no photos available of the Dream cabins, only artist and computer generated renderings since the ship isn't finished being built. There may be renderings of the cabins on DCL's website under the Dream section.
     

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