Rainforest questions for a newbie

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  1. jerseygirl74

    jerseygirl74 Mouseketeer

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    I was wondering if you have reserve the Rainforest? I seen I can pre order for $15.00 on the Disney website.
     
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  3. ravensilverlight

    ravensilverlight I reject your reality and substitute my own.

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    The pre-order you see offered is a one day pass. They also offer multi-day passes, but those can only be purchased on board the ship.
     
  4. TivoQueen

    TivoQueen Mouseketeer

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    What exactly is the Rainforet, is it part of the spa?
     
  5. dgundry

    dgundry Disney's In My DNA

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    The Rainforest Room is part of the Senses Spa on the Dream. It has an area with ten (10) heated tile chairs looking out onto a partially open verandah that has two 2-person jacuzzis. There are also four (4) showers that each serve up different combinations of warm and cool showers with different jets and shower heads. There are also three steam/sauna rooms, the Hamam (a Turkish bath), a Laconium (a dry sauna), and a Caldarium (a steam bath).

    The Rainforest Room opens at about 5:00pm on embarkation day after the Sail Away party ends and keeps the same hours as the spa (8am to 10am).

    On the boat, a 1-day pass is $16. On our recent 3-day cruise, the 3-day cruise pass for singles is $42. The 3-day couples cruise pass is $75.

    The spa techs do say "there are only 40 passes available for the entire cruise", but whether this is just a marketing tool or real is unknown. We spent almost 8 hours in the spa on our cruise and only ever saw it crowded once.
     
  6. kcashner

    kcashner DIS Veteran

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    I have heard this story on almost every cruise I've been on...and never been unable to purchase a pass when I wanted one!
     
  7. sissy_ib

    sissy_ib DIS Veteran

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    On the Magic and Wonder it is smaller than what you described. 4 heated loungers, no jacuzzis, three showers. And no view. The price for the 7 night was $99 for a singe, $149 for a couple.

    The 40 passes them mention are 40 length of stay passes. The day passes are separate. I bought a length of stay last week. At the open house they said there were 12 left and I know a few were bought after that. The most people I saw in the room at one time was 5 including me. Our last day at CC when I signed in the paper was full of names but when I went in there were only a few people there.
     

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