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awinangie

Mouseketeer
Joined
Jun 12, 2013
I've got a question that I'm hoping someone can answer...

I booked 9116 and 9118 on the Dream for February 2017. We wanted adjoining staterooms. I found information online (and most recently on the trip reports linked from here) that 9116 is adjoining with 9114.

However, when I called DCL to confirm, I was told that 9116 and 9118 were indeed adjoining.

I'm confused. Is it possible that the rooms can be connected on both sides?

Thanks much!!!

Angie
"Auntie" and Mom of a Future Cruising Crew!!
 

jenseib

Mommy to Claire
Joined
Oct 28, 2006
I've got a question that I'm hoping someone can answer...

I booked 9116 and 9118 on the Dream for February 2017. We wanted adjoining staterooms. I found information online (and most recently on the trip reports linked from here) that 9116 is adjoining with 9114.

However, when I called DCL to confirm, I was told that 9116 and 9118 were indeed adjoining.

I'm confused. Is it possible that the rooms can be connected on both sides?

Thanks much!!!

Angie
"Auntie" and Mom of a Future Cruising Crew!!
Adjoining means they are next to each other, Connecting means they have a door.
 

Dug720

DIS Veteran
Joined
Feb 16, 2012
Adjoining means they are next to each other, Connecting means they have a door.
Bingo! So if @awinangie did in fact request ADJOINING staterooms, she got exactly what she asked for and I'm sorry, but there is no room to call and complain about it.

Granted if she made the request herself by phone, the agent *should* have clarified since more than one person mixes the terms up, or if she used a TA, for the love of all that is holy the TA should have asked to clarify...

But the bottom line is the assigned cabins meet the request that was noted on the reservations.
 

awinangie

Mouseketeer
Joined
Jun 12, 2013
Bingo! So if @awinangie did in fact request ADJOINING staterooms, she got exactly what she asked for and I'm sorry, but there is no room to call and complain about it.

Granted if she made the request herself by phone, the agent *should* have clarified since more than one person mixes the terms up, or if she used a TA, for the love of all that is holy the TA should have asked to clarify...

But the bottom line is the assigned cabins meet the request that was noted on the reservations.
Well now... This is very interesting. Not sure what words I used, other than the fact that we made the reservations on the DCL website and looked at the little pictures that had little "doorlike" slashes that made it look like the rooms have a door between them. No idea what language I used when I called to ask.

Just looked at the website and ran a mock selection and see the same thing. 9116 & 9118 look to have a door between them. Strange.

Well, I won't worry. I'll expect that we'll be connected, and then if we're not, no biggie...

Thanks.
 

PrincessShmoo

DIS veteran
Joined
Feb 12, 2009
Well now... This is very interesting. Not sure what words I used, other than the fact that we made the reservations on the DCL website and looked at the little pictures that had little "doorlike" slashes that made it look like the rooms have a door between them. No idea what language I used when I called to ask.

Just looked at the website and ran a mock selection and see the same thing. 9116 & 9118 look to have a door between them. Strange.

Well, I won't worry. I'll expect that we'll be connected, and then if we're not, no biggie...

Thanks.
9116 & 9118 are connecting.

On the deck plan the little > symbol (yellow circle) means the rooms are connecting. The little black arrows (red circle) indicates which way the connection is:
connecting rooms.jpg
 

LindyWebb

Mouseketeer
Joined
Jul 15, 2013
We are a family of 4 on the Magic this December. We are a veranda room and when I look at the reviews there are a lot of comments that there is not bunk? DCL said that its sleeps four? Are there rooms that sleep four without a bunk?
 

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  • MSPeeler

    DISnerd
    Joined
    Mar 24, 2016
    We are a family of 4 on the Magic this December. We are a veranda room and when I look at the reviews there are a lot of comments that there is not bunk? DCL said that its sleeps four? Are there rooms that sleep four without a bunk?
    I believe they contain a Murphy Bed. You can call DCL to confirm the type of beds in the room though.
     

    jenseib

    Mommy to Claire
    Joined
    Oct 28, 2006
    We are a family of 4 on the Magic this December. We are a veranda room and when I look at the reviews there are a lot of comments that there is not bunk? DCL said that its sleeps four? Are there rooms that sleep four without a bunk?
    They won't put you in a room unless it has enough beds for all. What room are you in?
     

    LindyWebb

    Mouseketeer
    Joined
    Jul 15, 2013
    They won't put you in a room unless it has enough beds for all. What room are you in?
    We are is 7574. When I called DCL to ask they said the same thing "sleeps 4". I was just wondering if they expected that 2 people would sleep on the couch.
     

    Flossbolna

    Sea days are just so relaxing!
    Joined
    Sep 8, 2006
    We are is 7574. When I called DCL to ask they said the same thing "sleeps 4". I was just wondering if they expected that 2 people would sleep on the couch.
    Could it be that the review saying no bunk is for the Dream or the Fantasy? The website shows you reviews for all staterooms with that number on all ships and there are quite a few differences between the Magic/Wonder and the Dream/Fantasy.
     
  • jenseib

    Mommy to Claire
    Joined
    Oct 28, 2006
    Could it be that the review saying no bunk is for the Dream or the Fantasy? The website shows you reviews for all staterooms with that number on all ships and there are quite a few differences between the Magic/Wonder and the Dream/Fantasy.
    That's what I was thinking too
     

    jenseib

    Mommy to Claire
    Joined
    Oct 28, 2006
    I think when you were reading the reviews you did not look at the ship it was for. They are all ships listed and the Dream and Fantasy only hold 3 in that room but the Wonder and Magic hold 4.
     

    wdwfan1

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Jan 18, 2004
    The website says Deck 2 on the Magic can have either one large porthole or 2 small ones. How can I find out which one I have?
     

    PrincessShmoo

    DIS veteran
    Joined
    Feb 12, 2009
    The website says Deck 2 on the Magic can have either one large porthole or 2 small ones. How can I find out which one I have?
    Deck 2 on the Magic has one large porthole. Deck 1 on the Magic has 2 small portholes.

    Deck 2 oceanview
    Oceanview wonder 20111409 100_6520 1500.jpg

    Deck 1 oceanview
    2 porthole room 9D deck 1 wonder.JPG
     

    jenseib

    Mommy to Claire
    Joined
    Oct 28, 2006
    The best way is to google the room number and ship and often you can find pictures or reviews
     

    PrincessShmoo

    DIS veteran
    Joined
    Feb 12, 2009
    Thanks for the reply. What's with all the curtains?
    There's a sheer curtain, it cuts the light a bit, and makes it less easy to someone (while in port) to view in. Then there's the blackout curtain (necessary on the northern cruises).

    And the room divider curtain.
     

    ptcruisers

    Earning My Ears
    Joined
    Jun 14, 2016
    We're booked in connecting cabins 2638 and 2640 on the Wonder. Does anyone know what the space/room is forward of cabin 2638?
     





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