Twin?King Bed comfortable??

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  1. CoreyB

    CoreyB Earning My Ears

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    Ok so I know that the bed in the rooms are twins that can be converted to a king. My question is will my wife and I roll over in the middle of the night and have a gap between the beds from them sliding? Also we like to snuggle if we try to snuggle in the middle of the bed are on of us going to feel the uncomfortable crack where the beds meet?


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  3. nzdisneymom

    nzdisneymom DIS Veteran

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    We've never had the beds "separate" on us. We've sailed on both the Magic and Wonder.
     
  4. It'sWDW4me

    It'sWDW4me <font color=green>Fairly new... still gets a tag :

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    Just an FYI - I believe only the Magic and Wonder have the split beds. Dream and Fantasy have actual queen (?king?) beds.
     
  5. shoes99

    shoes99 DIS Veteran

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    The bed on the Fantasy will be a queen and it cannot be split into twins. DH & I had no problems even though I am a mover. I even asked the room steward to make up the twin couch for me, but after 2 nights, I moved back into the queen.
     
  6. TDC Nala

    TDC Nala <font color=red>1937, what a year that was<br><fon Moderator

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    They are all queen beds on the ships. And the beds on the Dream and Fantasy cannot be split.
     
  7. CoreyB

    CoreyB Earning My Ears

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    ok great thanks. I dont know why I was thinking it was a king. She has had back surgery so was worried it might hurt her back but I guess it will not be a problem now. Just have to adjust to sleeping in a queen
     
  8. inhousemouse

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    On the Wonder the beds are well 'belted' together and you are super comfy! I didn't even know that it was 2 twins put together but I walked in at some point during our room getting cleaned. It was like having an extra large queen!
     
  9. kcashner

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    I had read horror stories on the boards about something in the center of the beds, but for many cruises I didn't experience it. THen one time it was horrible. There is some sort of device that connects the beds. When it is properly installed, you don't feel it. When it is not, it is horribly uncomfortable. Lesson--if you have any issues, ask your host to check that the beds are properly joined.
     
  10. BeeTeacher

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    They are definately queens on the Dream. my DH is 6'4" and I am Pooh Sized and a Double Bed (like at All Star resorts which I call over sized Twins) does not work for us. But we were fine on the dream.

    The bed was SO comfortable I wanted to buy one...
     
  11. 4butlers

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    We are in need of a new mattress and we loved that bed so much that a couple weeks ago, DH went into a mattress store and had the clerk pull up the Disney website just to show him what kind of mattress it was! :rotfl:
     

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