(Image by OhMyGouda in Florida)
Disney Dream Review – Highlights
Here are the main features of the cruise ship that came out of the Disney Dream review:
- The third cruise ship operated by Disney Cruise Line
- A part of The Walt Disney Company
- Multiple dining venues
- A buffet
- Diversified bars
- Many & different types of Lounges
- Quick service stations
- Rotational dining system for guests
- Animator’s Palate-main dining restaurant
- Enchanted Garden -second main dining restaurant
- Royal Palace with gorgeous royal decoration
- 2 adult-only specialty restaurants -Palo and Remy
- The Walt Disney Theatre
- Many public rooms for your entertainment
- Senses Spa & Salon
State Rooms and Suites
Totally 1250 guestrooms & largest standard stateroom with verandah, ample closet space, split bathrooms & wave phones, concierge suites, roomy concierge family cabin, the 1,781-square-foot Royal Suite with a living room, wet bar, kitchenette, media library and hot tub on the verandah.
Eating Options – Dining and Snacks
Animator’s Palate: A themed restaurant which offers Pacific Rim cuisine. Open for dinner.
- Cabanas: An indoor and outdoor restaurant for casual dining which serves a wide variety of fresh food favorites.
- Enchanted Garden: Main dining room that is inspired by the picturesque gardens of Versailles.
(Image by Chris Brogan)
- Palo: An intimate, adults-only restaurant that serves Northern Italian cuisine. Open for dinner.
- Royal Palace: Main dining restaurant that serves French-inspired, continental cuisine fit for the royalty.
Vista Cafe: Cafe / bar – perfect place to enjoy coffee and a morning / pre- or post-dinner pastry.
- Waves: Casual open-air bar where guests can unwind with a refreshingly cold drink.
- Evolution Lounge: A trendy dance club offering dancing, games, karaoke and a full bar serving mixed drinks.
(Image by Chris Brogan)
- Meridian Bar: An adults-only lounge can enjoy an aperitif or a post-dinner drink
- Metro Pub Bar: Provides family games and activities during the day & wine or mixed drinks at night.
- Pink: A chic cocktail bar. Inspired by France’s finest Champagnes.
- Bon Voyage: A perfect place for guests to enjoy a refreshing beverage before dinner.
Activities and Facilities On Board Disney Dream
The Aqua Duck: First water coaster at sea, almost the size of a U.S. football field
- Quiet Cove Pool: For adult only. Pool contains fresh water.
- Disney’s prodigious stage shows: Shows with intricate sets, beloved songs and captivating performances
- 9 hole mini-golf course: Training is provided to the guests
- Digital sports simulators
(Image by insidethemagic)
- Full-sized basketball court: Can also be converted for use as a soccer pitch
- The Cove coffee café: A particularly good place to check your e-mail
- It’s A Small World Nursery: A nursery for children 3 months to 3 years, which is inspired by Disneyland.
- Disney’s Oceaneer Club: A children’s activity center
- Disney’s Oceaneer Lab: An area meant for children. Kids can play games, perform educational experiments and enjoy many activities.
Entertainment Options On Disney Dream
Buena Vista Theatre runs films – some in stunning Disney Digital 3D. In The Walt Disney Theatre where live show is performed, people can also meet different Disney characters.
Other Things You Should Know About Disney Dream Cruise Ship
Disney Dream Review – The Ship Is Recommended For
3 / 4 / 5 days travelling for those people who like the Disney theme. Very highly recommended for families cruising with children.
Casual attire is appropriate on the Disney Dream, including shorts, sundresses, tank tops, etc. for the ladies, and shorts, polo shirts, t-shirts, etc. for men. Basically, resort casual or smart casual attire.
There is no fixed dining time. Food is served 24 hours across various dining options.
Gratuities that are given to the waiters, assistant waiters and stateroom attendants are $12 per person, per day. There’s an automatic 15 percent levy on bar purchases.
Cruise Destinations Served By Disney Dream
Bahamas (Get best deals on Caribbean cruises)
Cruise ports served by Disney Dream
- Port Canaveral
- Castaway Cay
Disney Dream Cruise Ship Specifications
Ship Launched: 2011
Passenger Capacity: 4000
Cruise Speed: 22knots (max 24.7)
Gross Tonnage: 128,000 tons
Overall Length: 1115Feet
Max Beam: 125Feet
Engines: 3 x 12-cylinder & 2 x 14-cylinder MAN V48/60CR diesel engines, 2 x 19 MW Converteam Motors
Book your cruise now!
That was the Disney Dream review. Get the best deals for cruises on board Disney Dream now!