Disney Dream was the third ship to enter the growing Disney Cruise Line fleet. The 128,000 tonne ship is one of the largest of the fleet, carrying a maximum of 4,000 passengers. As with all Disney Cruise Line ships, her design resembles a classic 20th-century style in mind combined with state-of-the-art technology and modern innovations. Disney Dream is designed to combine elegant style with family cruises at the forefront of what they have to offer. With the usual fantastic Disney entertainment and casual atmosphere mixed with relaxation and glamorous formal evenings, Disney Dream makes for a magical holiday.
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As with all Disney Cruise Line ships, there is a fantastic selection of dining options onboard. There are three main dining rooms to experience, plus adult-only dining in Palo's Italian specialty restaurant and Remy's luxurious French restaurant. There is also the buffet serving food all day and a great selection of quick-service restaurants.
Disney Dream boasts a fantastic array of onboard entertainment. With the usual Walt Disney Theatre offering Broadway-style shows and the Buena Vista Theatre boasting first showings and 3D viewings of the latest Disney films, there’s guaranteed to be a show that pleases all the family. Starring your favourite Disney characters, Disney cruise line also hosts an array of deck parties, including a sail-away celebration and a pirate theme night.
In addition, there are various bars and lounges dotted across the ship, so pick your favourite spot, sit back and enjoy a relaxing drink.
|Bon Voyage Bar||Grabbing a drink as you pass through|
|District Lounge||Live music in an intimate setting|
|687 Pub||Catching up on sports fixtures|
|Skyline Lounge||Travelling around the world while staying in the same seat|
|Evolution||Those wanting to dance the night away|
|Meridian||Adults-only wine bar|
|Waves bar||Al fresco drinks|
|Outlook||A quiet drink away from the crowds|
Disney Dream features the Senses Spa & Salon as well as a fitness centre with all the latest equipment. The spa is an adult-only area that offers a great variety of treatments and therapies. The rainforest-themed steam room includes a Hamam (steam bath), a Caldarium (steam room) and Laconium (dry sauna).
The Aqua Duck is a thrilling transparent tube water coaster that extends over the side of the ship, while Donald's Pool caters to both parents and kids, allowing the entire family to cool off and make new friends while onboard. Mickey's Pool is the ship's children's pool- at 2 feet deep it is designed for young kids. The Quiet Cove Pool is reserved for adults to offer a peaceful onboard retreat and consists of a main pool with a 3 sleek circle design.
If you’d like to try out a few sports, head to Goofy's Sports Deck for miniature golf, shuffleboard, ping pong, basketball and football. Use the Virtual Sports Simulators to compete in some of your favourite sports activities such as hockey and baseball, although this does come at an additional charge.
Wow, wow, wow! We took the Disney Dream from Port Canaveral on a 5 night cruise and it was simply awesome. Disney is the number one in entertainment and customer service. Characters all around, family game shows, adult entertainment, broadway style shows — phenomenal! We were lucky to go twice to Castaway Cay (Disney's private island at the Bahamas) and this place was built to get passengers from the Disney ships. If I've been to something close to paradise, then Castaway Cay is the place.
My husband and I took our four boys on the Disney Dream in Oct 2011. Our children were aged 6mths, 5, 8 and 10. It was the best holiday ever. The Dream is an amazing ship with so much to do. My boys loved the kids club. We enjoyed the dining experiences and the staff do everything possible to make sure you have a great time. We will definately be cruising with DCL again in the future.
went on it with my family and i thought it was cool but the food there was a disappointment. After all it was really good and cool... I really want to go there again
One word, wow! The Disney boat is out of this world. The only downside about the holiday was the flight. Because of the Thomas Cook airline crash we had to have new flights which unlike our original booking was not direct and 22 hours with a toddler was not good. Also we only just made the connecting flight on both occasions. This happened one week before we departed and our Iglu contact was not very helpful at all about the fact we had paid extra for the original direct flight. We are already looking at another cruise for next year, but because of the lack of support from Iglu we are considering going direct through Disney cruise line