• On Sep 11, 2022
    Breanna from SC Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    On the Disney Dream does cabin 10586 have a Murphy bed/5th sleeper bed?

    Ahoy there, Breanna! Welcome aboard planDisney! I'm thrilled you'll be setting sail for adventure on the Disney Dream next February! What an incredible way to celebrate Valentine's Day! Hopefully, you've got time to enjoy a special dinner or brunch at either Palo or Remy

    When it comes to the Disney Dream Stateroom you're currently eyeing, I've got some unfortunate news. That room is listed as having the following sleeping arrangements: one Queen bed, one single convertible sofa, and one upper berth single pull-down bed for a total of four sleeping areas. Seeing as you're looking for a room that is sure to sleep five Guests, I'd suggest popping down the hall one stateroom and looking at room number 10588 instead - this is listed as having the wall bed! That sure lives up to the Deluxe Family Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah name!

    While my family isn't in need of a fifth sleeper room just yet, on the rare occasions we've been in a room with one, we've noticed just how convenient it must be for those who do! Also luckily, I've yet to make my wife mad enough at me to necessitate another sleeping arrangement either - though how can anyone be mad at one another when they are having fun on a Disney Cruise Line vacation, haha!

    Here's a planDrew-approved tip: if you're ever curious about the sleeping arrangements for a specific stateroom on a specific ship,  you can use the find a cruise tool to filter to the ship you're looking to sail upon, select an itinerary, and go through the process as if you were booking your cruise!  From there, select your stateroom category and deck, then a stateroom, and look for the information that comes up next to the bed icon! This is also super helpful if you are looking for Inside staterooms that you want to be certain can sleep four Guests!

    Oh, and don't worry, payment is the absolute final thing you have to do, so you aren't at risk of getting charged unless you book another cruise...and I fail to see the downside of that! 

    I hope that helps you plan for February, Breanna! Thank you so much for your question, and if any others surface as your sail date approaches, please drop me another line here at planDisney! 

    Fair winds, following seas, and sweet DREAMs! 

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