The accommodations on DREAM can be
grouped into four categories. Within these
categories there are various pricing
subdivisions based on location, size, view
and other factors.
The first category includes the 12 Penthouse
Suites and 58 somewhat smaller regular
suites. Each has a sitting area and a private
balcony. Special features include a large
vanity/dressing table, refrigerator and
entertainment area, VCR, whirlpool bath and
in some a walk-in closet.
There are 817 Ocean View with Balcony
Staterooms. As the name indicates, these
cabins have private balconies. They have a
bathroom with shower and television. The
two twin beds can be put together to form a
king or queen size bed.
The balcony staterooms on Dream include
"cove" balcony staterooms which are closer
to the water. In these, the balcony is
seemingly cut out of the hull of the ship.
The 258 Outside Staterooms are similar but
have either windows or two portholes.
The 678 Inside Cabins do not have windows
Many of the cabins on Dream have a third or
fourth berth or a convertible sofa. There are
also some staterooms that can accommodate
five guests, some with two bathrooms. This
makes these rooms especially attractive for
families. In addition, there are cabins with
Each evening, the room steward leaves the next
day's program, chocolates and a towel animal.
The bedroom in a Penthouse Suite.
The balcony and entrance to a
The bedroom area in a Suite.
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The sitting area and entrance to a
A stateroom with balcony.
Inside Staterooms configured with the beds in
twin bed mode (left) and in queen-size mode.
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