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Disney Dream - 12526
2B - Concierge 1-Bedroom Suite with Verandah
Prior to 2022: T - Concierge 1-Bedroom Suite with Verandah
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This category of stateroom features a 1 bedroom with queen bed, living area with double convertible sofa, 1 wall pull-down single bed in the living room, walk-in closet, private verandah, whirlpool in the master bathroom and 2 bathrooms with rain shower. This type of stateroom provides a private verandah view, is 622 sq ft including verandah and, sleeps 5.

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Connecting Room
Muster Station
J - On Deck
Convertible Sofa
Bunk Bed
Murphy Bed
Split Bath
Shower Only

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Disney Fantasy Stateroom Reviews

Sailed: June 14, 2014
Submitted: July 7, 2014
This was our second DCL vacation (Dream 2012) and our second experience living it up in the Concierge Suite on Deck 12. The room is amazing as you would expect. With 3 kids, there is plenty of space to move about and sleep. The oldest slept on the Murphy bed and loved the fact that she had her own light switch and desk area for her books and toys. The middle slept in the pullout couch, which seemed to be Full size, plenty of space for two adults if needed. Both beds were very comfortable. We slept of course in the Master bed which is phenomenal. The Master bedroom has three sliding doors that can completely shut out the rest of the suite for added privacy. There are night stands on each side, a smaller makeup area with lighting and of course a nice sized TV. Also there is a curtain that separates the Murphy Bedroom from the living area, which was nice since the kids sleep different patterns. Our youngest was in the corner in a Pack and Play crib. We used the chairs from the dining table to create a small wall. This, with the blackout curtains over the sliding doors, was perfect to keep the room dark for the kids. The Master bath is ridiculous, with a full, deep, huge air bubble tub. The kids swam in it every night and loved the color changing LED light in the tub. The rain shower in the shower was amazing and the water pressure was perfect. Two sinks and a TV behind the mirror made this bathroom one of the best anywhere! Another smaller bathroom is near the suite entrance and also has a shower with rain shower head. There is a walk in closet that I used to change in, as well as two very small closets with hangers and small drawers. We did use them for the kids close and princess dresses and they were perfect. When not used as a pullout, the couch is paired with a comfortable chair and coffee table to sit and relax with the family. The veranda is full sized and has four basic metal chairs with a small metal table. The privacy screens on each size are sufficient. All that said, the BEST part of this room is the Concierge Lounge. Open basically all day for great snacks and top of the line coffee and -ccinos. There's a TV in there as well and plenty of seating. Also the staff there is ridiculously great and played with our kids every time we were in there. They have games/crayons, etc. and it was just a perfect place for our group to meet up. The Lounge also features a private entrance to the private Concierge-area on the 13th. Every day and night they had a full, open bar with a bartender (Nicko). The room staff was also great and friendly as could be. They kept the place spotless and seemed to clean 24 hrs a day, but were never really in your way. Anything you needed they got for you, including our daily snacks for when we returned from the pool. Overall, there is nothing better imo, I can't praise the room and Concierge level enough. The ONLY knock on this particular room location (12526) is that it is one of only a few rooms directly below the adults-only Currents lounge. We heard chairs being dragged along the floor for a few hours and on two nights they had live music playing directly above us. It was only one guy playing guitar, but the bass was enough to keep the kids questioning what was going on, it sounded like fireworks. Nothing outrageous, but enough to point out here. And, re: fireworks, Starboard 12th deck is a great location to see the fireworks on Pirate night.. we sat on our private veranda and were able to hear the music from the stage show and see the entire fireworks display. We also stayed on the 12th Deck on the Dream and the room was exactly the same. We were on the Port side and had a similarly great experience all around!

Overall this is exactly what it looks like, the only differences being minor - 1- veranda furniture only includes two tall-back standard metal chairs with fabric, and two smaller plain metal chairs with fabric, nothing fancy as shown. There is a small metal table that matches as well. 2- the main living room TV station is only a cabinet under the TV, not a huge wall unit. Lastly, there is a TV behind the mirror in the master bath. This is not misrepresented in picture, it's just not there and could be added.

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