Even cruisers have to sleep sometime, and Disney Cruise Line is answering the wake-up call for better beds by upgrading every stateroom in its fleet with new mattresses and luxurious linens. Disney will also introduce new in-cabin bath and shower products developed by H20 Plus, a line of water-based products derived from marine botanicals.
The enhancements are currently being rolled out on both Disney Wonder and Disney Magic, with all products and upgrades expected to be in place by October.
Disney joins a throng of major cruise lines that have already committed to upgrading bedding onboard, most recently Royal Caribbean. Many even sell their mattresses -- and brand-new duvets and sheets -- including Carnival, Holland America and Oceania.
All cabins onboard Disney Magic and Disney Wonder will be outfitted with:
Sealy Posturepedic Premium Plus Euro-top mattresses
Frette 300-thread-count linens of 100 percent Egyptian cotton
Larger, plusher towels and bath sheets in bathrooms
H20 Plus Spa Sea Marine Revitalizing Shampoo
H20 Plus Spa Marine Collagen Conditioner
H20 Plus Spa Hydrating Body Butter
Concierge level suites will also offer a "Pillow Talk" menu with a selection of hypo-allergenic, feather and therapeutic memory foam options, and additional H20 Plus offerings such as Sea Salt Body Wash and Solar Relief Gel.
Not a concierge passenger? Not to worry -- an expanded line of H20 products, including the body wash and gel as well as fruity body balms and a minty foot rub, will be available for purchase in Treasure Ketch, the ships' gift shop, from $8.50.
--By Melissa Baldwin, Associate Editor
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Disney Upgrades Bedding, In-Cabin Amenities
August 30, 2006