Great getaway weekend cruise for kids
Disney Dream Cruise Review to Caribbean - Bahamas
Sail Date: August 07, 2015
Ship: Disney Dream
Cabin Type: Balcony
Cabin Number: 10068
Traveled As: Family (older children)
Reviewed: 2 years ago
This is the 3rd Disney cruise for me and you cannot beat it for quality, cleanliness, level of entertainment for your kids, but i didnt give 5 stars because there is a lot lacking for young 21+ adults, so if your whole vacation or getaway is 100 % child focused this is the cruise for you. Other cruise lines have found that balance. There are plenty of options for adults, but no-one participates. but if you attend an adult space, other than the adult pool, all other spaces are empty - the entertainers are singing to themselves, other than main showroom, playing music to themselves, karaoke, dancing, bars, etc., all empty. 3 days is all i can take of that, since my vacations are also about fun and relaxing adult time. Also did enjoy pool attendants not constantly plugging drinks or other sales tactics that other cruise lines go overboard with. it is there and you buy if you want. Found some obnoxious adults not making room for others (disabled, i might add) on the elevators, worrying about you cutting a line you were just trying to get through, etc., since character lines were long and people lining to get off ship early in front of breakfast locations etc.
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You have to reserve if you want to get autographs or photos with characters, so organize that before you get on, or as soon as you get on.