• On Jul 17, 2016
    Liane from KS Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    What is the difference between a wall pull down and an upper berth bed? How do we know which one the stateroom has?

    Welcome aboard, Liane! Ah, the upper berth bed in the Disney Cruise Line staterooms. This is always a big planning point for my children. Who gets to sleep on the top bunk? They both beg for it! Since they don't have bunk beds at home, this is a pretty special treat to sleep up high!

    The upper berth is a bed that pulls directly down from the ceiling, right above the couch that transitions into a single bed, thus creating a bunk bed effect. These are available in the staterooms that sleep four guests. 
    The wall pull down is an additional bed, similar to a murphy bed that folds down from the wall in staterooms that sleep five, in addition to the fold out sofa and upper berth bed. 

    When you browse the different stateroom categories on Disney Cruise Line's website, you'll be able to see what is available and how many guests that stateroom sleeps. Any staterooms sleeping four guests will have the upper berth. Those sleeping five will have both the upper berth and the wall pull down. When you enter the number of guests in your family before you view the staterooms, you'll then be able to see the staterooms that will fit your family and those specifics of those staterooms.

    I hope those details help as you get ready to book your sailing with Captain Mickey and his crew! Happy planning, Liane!
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Meet the Panelist: Marcy, Ohio

Welcome aboard! I'm the mom of two tween/teen Castaway Clubbers who would live on any of the Disney ships if they could. I would love to help your family discover the magic that awaits you on the open seas with Disney Cruise Line. Learn More About Marcy

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