Disney Magic Cruise Review to Caribbean - Western
Sail Date: September 09, 2006
Ship: Disney Magic
Cabin Type: Balcony
Traveled As: Family (young children)
Reviewed: 7 years ago
Review SummaryThis was the second Disney Magic cruise my father and I took, traveling with my brother and his family. This second cruise was just as wonderful as our first cruise which we took a year ago. I am most impressed with the staff on the ship. There is nothing they would not do to make our trip a wonderful experience. The variety of restaurants, and the varied menus accomadate all tastes, and the Palo's, the gourmet restaurant is a treat I will never forget. As a matter of fact, if I'm disappointed, it's only that we waited til the end of the week to try Palo's, and if we had dined there earlier, we would have dined there more often, it was simply superb. The ship itself is a sight to behold, and all other cruise ships at port paled by comparison. It is without a doubt the most impressive ship to behold. When we went ashore, we were ofter stopped by guests of other cruise lines, all wanting to know about the Magic. We were delighted to speak to them, and bragging about the Magic was no chore.
Since I was traveling family members that crossed three generations, I would be remisss if I didn't mention that it was as enjoyable for my 82 year old father as it was for my six year old neice. Amazing that the Magic can cater to the tastes of so many at the same time. I look forward to cruising the seas again on the Disney Magic. (As an aside, Sessions is the best kept secret on the ship, with great entertainment and libations, it was where we started our evening every night of the cruise - truly exceptional).
Pros: Disney Staff (overall) most accomadating/Food and amenities
Cons: Our first room assignment