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Disney Dream Class Deluxe Verandah Cabin Walk Thru
This is a quick walk thru of Deluxe Verandah staterooms for the Disney cruise ship Dream class. Class names such as Dream class defines similar ships within the Disney fleet. Scroll down to view photos and descriptions for the Deluxe Verandah category.
There is plenty of space under the bed for storing luggage.
There are two bathrooms in a deluxe verandah stateroom. The main one has a toilet sink and shower. The shower has a adjustable shower head.
The smaller second bathroom has a toilet and sink.
This is what the pullman bed looks like when it is extended down. A ladder is provided. Notice also the bed railing. In this picture the couch is converted into a single bed.
The desk area has drawer and shelving space.
There is also a small mini-fridge that you can cool items in.
The balcony will have two chairs and a small table.
The closet provides space to hang clothes. There is also a small personal safe on a shelf in the closet.
This is a view looking out to the balcony. Notice the railing. There is a short metal base and then open railings above.
Some aft balconies are much larger and provide more space for outside lounging.
A deluxe verandah will have a regular size tub. A family verandah will have a small round tub.
The partitions between balconies can be opened up to join the balcony together.
This is a picture of the pullman bed extended down and the sofa converted to a bed.
Some balconies will view the top of life boats.
There may also be an obstructed view looking down to the sea.
The coffee table can be opened up to store items in.
The back of the door will have a chart with useful information.
Each room has its own climate control dial.
Some balconies may be partially enclosed in a metal hull (seen in this picture) which will partially obstruct the view from the cabin.
These are some of the outlets found in the cabin.
A phone is provided for each cabin.