Travel Time Training Disney Cruise Line Staterooms
STATEROOM OCCUPANCY • Occupancy of stateroom on board the ships is limited to the number of berths in that stateroom. Disney Cruise Line reserves the right to limit the number of berths and single staterooms sold. • Infants ARE considered a person. Unlike the park resorts, where an infant is a +1, they are counted as a PERSON onboard and you cannot exceed the stateroom maximum, even if one is a little baby.
Stateroom Tips • Lift up your mattress and store your empty suitcases. • During your vacation, put dirty clothes in the suitcases under your bed • Bring a shoe hanger or the like to hold things like sunscreen, toiletries, and other things…it is very handy to have • There is a hook between the bathroom and the room…handy to hang lanyards with stateroom keys so you don’t set them down and lose them • The blue hardbound book on the desk contains the room service menu • You can call for a wake up call • It gets very dark in the staterooms, especially in interior cabins. Bring a travel clock that is illuminated, the clocks in the cabins are cool looking but hard to see and impossible to see in the dark. • Disney Cruise Line shampoo and conditioner is awesome…spa quality. You can buy more in the shops • Decorate your cabin door but only with magnets, no tape • Fish Extenders are hanging items (like shoe hangers but cuter) that hang from the Fish clips by your stateroom door…they are fun for families or friends to give each other notes or gifts • You can put a white board with a magnet on your door so your family or friends can leave you notes…our stateroom attendant liked writing on ours. • If you have a balcony, watch leaving food out there…birds will find it • Bring a power strip if you have a lot of pluggable items • There is a hairdryer but it is weak…you CAN request a more powerful one from your stateroom attendant
Special to Disney: Split Bathrooms • All but the lowest categories have what is called split bathrooms: 1 room with a toilet and a sink and 1 room with a bathtub (yes, a bathtub!)/shower and sink