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Can someone who has travelled on Harmony of the Seas tell me if the standard rooms have a night light in the bathroom and a clock visible from the bed? I am debating if I need to bring these with me or not. 

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No clock easily visible from the bed.  The phone has a clock display that is not easy to see in the dark.

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I would also suggest a battery powered clock.  The electricity causes plug in clocks to gain/lose time.  Or at least they did years ago.

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I travel with two battery powered fold up travel clocks, the kind that light up when you touch the screen.  One on each bedside table.

 

And yes, nice night light in the bathroom is already there.  

 

Enjoy your cruise!  🙂 

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I downloaded a clock app for my iPad, numbers are large enough for this old guy to see and bright enough for my late night trip to the bathroom.😂

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I bought a small alarm clock with a large digital display that is usb powered. I also bought a small fan that is usb. On some newer ships I can plug them in to the bedside lamp. On other ships I use a multiplug usb adapter. These items are so lightweight, they are easy to carry, and remain in my luggage for the next trip. I have also used them in Europe, using the plug adapter for the usb plug in.

 

Barb

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4 hours ago, ATC cruiser said:

How about using your phone, if you have one. 

 

Can you trust the time zone?  Me, I like to set my travel clocks to ship's time.  

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1 minute ago, island lady said:

 

Can you trust the time zone?  Me, I like to set my travel clocks to ship's time.  

 

Once onboard, go into your phone's time settings and change it from automatic to manual.

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4 minutes ago, Host Clarea said:

 

Once onboard, go into your phone's time settings and change it from automatic to manual.

 

Ah...too complicated.  Me, I am a old lady with traditional/simple choices....I just like using my little travel clock and leaving it propped up on on the bed side table.  It is there for a quick glance during the day, as well as at night.  😉 

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