World Dream – The Palace: Palace Suite Review with Queen-Sized and Twin Beds Configuration

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The Palace Suite is the lead-in category of staterooms within The Palace on board the World Dream. These are about twice as big as a regular Balcony Staterooms. Palace Suites are all-inclusive, with an in-room minibar, dining experience at specialty restaurants, and 24-hour butler service.

The Palace Suite comes with a Queen-sized bed as default, but can be requested to be in a twin bed configuration.

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Palace Suite

For this cruise, I was assigned to Deck 15 Forward which is close to all The Palace facilities. As I have been in the Palace Suite before, I will be adding on more information in this review that I may have previously missed out on my previous review.

The first look at my Palace Suite.

Some complimentary fruits were provided on the table in the living area.

The Palace Suite comes with a queen-sized “Dream Bed” which features Italian luxury linens from Frette™, downy duvet, and mountain of pillows.

A copy of the Dream Weekender and The Palace Weekend at Sea was left on the table.

The card in front of the phone has my Butler’s contact on it.

The Palace Suite features a walk-in wardrobe before the bathroom.

High-quality bathrobes and slippers are provided for Palace guests.

All drinks and snacks provided on the first day are free of charge, inclusive in The Palace experience. Drinking water is refilled daily.

The Nespresso machine has 3 types of Nespresso capsules available – Ristretto, Fortissio Lungo, and Volluto Decaffeinato.

Normal 3-in-1 coffee and Lipton tea are provided below.

A trade-off from the now-defunct Palace Premium Beverage Package, 2 bottles of Bottega Gold Prosecco were provided in my minibar, compared to 1 bottle on my previous Palace cruise.

Palace Suite Bathroom

The Palace bathroom features a double sink with a big mirror.

The Palace offers Etro™ premium bath amenities on top of the 3-in-1 generic soap provided by the sink and in the shower.

The full suite of toiletries are placed on the shelf above the sink too, some of which are only upon request if you are in the Balcony Stateroom or Balcony Deluxe Stateroom.

The standing shower and toilet bowl are well spaced on one side.

A bathtub with bath salts is available, however, there are no curtains installed. Be careful when spraying around. The 3-in-1 soap is also not provided here.

Palace Suite Balcony

There is a spacious balcony in the Palace Suite, double the size that of  with more than enough space for 2 persons to stretch out fully.

As my Palace Suite was quite forward, I had a “cab view” through the bridge during the sailing.

Turn-Down Service

In the evening, the housekeeping crew will turn down the bed and dim the stateroom lights.

Palace Suite with Twin Beds Configuration

The next day, I requested for the beds to be in a twin configuration to see how it will be like.

The bed on the room side is moved away from the bed on the bulkhead side.

The 3-pin and USB power sockets on the bulkhead side remains accessible.

The bedside table previously on the room side is moved in between the two single beds.

The 3-pin and USB power sockets on the room side now sits above the bed, which makes it slightly intrusive.

The bedroom bench is moved to the bulkhead in the twin bed configuration.

Conclusion

Overall, just like my previous Palace experience, the Palace Suite was premium and luxurious not only with a premium stateroom, but also with the full premium Palace experience throughout the cruise at specialty restaurants and exclusive Palace areas.

As for the dining parts of the cruise, I felt that the dining options weren’t as good as before. I will be writing about more details in separate upcoming articles.

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