Pull-down bunks - are they comfortable for sleeping?

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  1. NY Disney fan

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    I'm going to be sleeping on the bunk. How comfortable are they and how about going up and down in the middle of the night??
     
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  3. kcashner

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    They are ok....you use a ladder to get up and down.

    A thought--I'm guessing that you have 4 in a cabin. Have you looked at the cost of 2 cabins? It can sometimes be just as cost effective to get one + an inside across the hall or two cabins of a lower category...or if you are already in an inside, sometimes 2 insides are the same price as placing 4 people in one cabin. This doubles your beds, TVs, bathrooms, closet space, etc.
     
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    Do you know if the queen bed can be separated to two twins?
     
  5. kcashner

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    Classic ships, yes. New ships they cannot separate.
     
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    Ok thanks. I may have the agent keep the verandah room but instead of connecting, getting an across the hall inside room instead. Might be a better option.
     
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    I slept on an upper bunk on the fantasy and it was really comfortable. That being said, I'm a small person, and this bed is designed for a smaller figure. Those over weight or who like a lot of wiggle room when they sleep may not be comfortable. I was on the Fantasy bunk, which was obviously brand new, so I can't speak for the older ships.
     
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    You just gave me the idea of looking into two cabins and I asked my agent. I was able to get a second cabin for $113 more!! I couldn't believe it. I can't see myself sleeping in that bunk!
     
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    This is typically a much better option. And everyone can enjoy the balcony during the day! You'll not only enjoy having a real bed, you will delight in having more bathroom and closet space....as well as a place to retreat from family when needed. Enjoy. And if your TA gives an OBC, you will now get OBC on 2 cabins in addition to the Disney Visa OBC, on line booking OBC, and anything else you may qualify for. If your TA got you the $50 Disney Visa + the $25 onboard booking credits (yes, you can get both of these), that almost made up for your $113.
     
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    Thanks again for the suggestion. :thumbsup2
     

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