World Dream Cruise To Nowhere: The Palace

World Dream Super Seacation Cruise To Nowhere

The Palace on the World Dream is a separate premium section at the top of the cruise ship touted by Dream Cruises as a “luxury ship-within-a-ship” concept. The Palace residents get to enjoy this exclusive section with their own premium lounge, restaurant, casino, and inclusive dining options at specialty restaurants which are otherwise chargeable, along with a 24-hour butler service.

I got to tour around The Palace on my cruise, and got to try out their afternoon tea at the restaurant too.


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Entering The Palace

The Palace is accessed from Deck 17 by the forward set of elevators.

Entry into The Palace is through the Palace Reception.

Palace Lounge

The Palace Lounge is just after the Palace Reception. This is where afternoon tea and evening cocktails are served.

Click here for my dining experience at The Palace Lounge!

Palace Restaurant

The Palace Restaurant serves up international cuisines exclusively for The Palace residents only.

Click here for my afternoon tea experience at The Palace!

Click here for my dining experience at The Palace Restaurant!

Genting Club

The Genting Club is The Palace residents’ private casino with a higher limit than those in the regular Resorts World at Sea.

Palace Suite

The Palace Suite is the most common room category of The Palace.

The Palace Suites come with a queen-sized bed with finer linens than regular cabins.

There’s also a double sofa bed in the Palace Suite.

There is a face-to-face working and dressing table, each facing the main room and bathroom respectively.

A walk-in wardrobe is outside the bathroom.

The toilet in the Palace Suite.

A bathtub is available inside the bathroom.

There is also a separate standing shower, as compared to the usual combined shower-and-tub in hotels and other regular staterooms.

Click here for my stay in the Palace Suite!

Palace Villa

The main star of the show in The Palace is definitely the Palace Villa.

The centerpiece of the Palace Villa is the grand piano. This can be set to auto-play tunes if you don’t play the piano.

This is followed by the dining table and bar. While the occupancy for the Palace Villa is 6, there are 8 chairs around the dining table.

Yup, unlike the minibar common in most hotel rooms, the Palace Villa has an actual bar.

The Palace Villa has a commanding forward view from the top of the ship, 2 decks above the bridge.

The living room is to the right of the main entrance.

The guest bedroom in the Palace Villa features a queen sized bed.

The living area in the guest bedroom also features the forward view.

The guest bathroom comes with a standing shower.

The Palace stateroom amenities are from Etro.

Heading to the main master bedroom, the corridor doubles up as a walk-through wardrobe.

The master bedroom bathroom greets me along the corridor with this stylish bathtub.

Lots of gold stuff along the sink.

Gold stuff are also in the toilet area.

The master bedroom comes with a king-sized bed, the biggest on board the World Dream.

Outside the master bedroom, there is a private sauna and jacuzzi.

The Palace Villa continues on Deck 19 with a private terrace looking out the front corner of the ship.

Palace Pool & Sun Deck

Up on the Palace Pool & Sun Deck, there are 2 jacuzzies and chairs for sunbathing facing the front of the ship.

A private swimming pool for the exclusive use of The Palace residents is also available.

Click here for my experience at the Palace Pool and Jacuzzi!

Palace Spa

For The Palace residents not in the Palace Villa, the Palace Spa offers the sauna and steam room.

The sauna has a brilliant ocean view while you heat up.

The steam room in the Palace Spa.

There is also a shower in the Palace Spa to use after your sauna or steam room session.

Click here for my experience in the Palace Spa!

Conclusion

Overall, a very impressive premium area on board the World Dream. I’ve also paid for an upgrade on my second cruise to The Palace for the full experience. Click on the links to explore more of The Palace on board the World Dream!

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This cruise was kindly sponsored by Dream Cruises Singapore, under a separate project.


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