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Kids' sleepwear

Discussion in 'Disney Cruise Line Forum' started by Conorama, Jan 1, 2013.

  1. Conorama

    Conorama New Member

    I'm just getting my packing list organized, and I was wondering how cool/warm the staterooms are at night (in January - Fantasy). DS4 does not keep sheets/blankets on much, so if it's on the cool side, I'll need to pack him long PJs. We've frozen in some hotel rooms with over-vigorous A/C!
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  3. MDTerp

    MDTerp New Member

    There is a thermostat in each stateroom that allows you to control the temperature to your liking. Our experience has been very good regulating the temp.
  4. Fabooliss

    Fabooliss New Member

    Great question! Is it the same on the wonder?
  5. PrincessShmoo

    PrincessShmoo New Member


  6. Fabooliss

    Fabooliss New Member

    Thank you!!! :)
  7. Conorama

    Conorama New Member

    We Canadians must be sensitive to these things. ;)
  8. Fabooliss

    Fabooliss New Member

  9. mickeyfan1

    mickeyfan1 <font color=purple>Come and let me show you my tat

    Having been on the Wonder, in the same room 4 times, I can assure you that I FROZE. We turned the thermostat as high as it would go to keep me from shivering. It depends on the room as to whether the controls work well or not. I have not resorted to flannel PJs, but I will bring them in December on the Magic. Some room on the Magic as the Wonder, I am not taking any chances! I am hoping the Dream will be better next week.
  10. Conorama

    Conorama New Member

    Hmmm - I'll just pack a pix of short and long PJs and we'll mix and match, in case we get a cold room on the Fantasy. Sometimes, I feel like I gave birth to the male version of Goldilocks, so it's best to be prepared.
  11. eemaxx

    eemaxx New Member

    I was also chilly at night last December on the Magic. We had our thermostat as high as it would go and used the extra blanket. We'll be on the Fantasy in a few weeks and I plan to pack some PJ pants and a few extra pairs of socks. My kids- ages 9 and 4 at the time- were not cold. My son (the 4 year old) wore long sleeve/ pants pjs since he always kicks off blankets too.

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