Disney Wonder Cruise Review to Alaska - Inside Passage

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3 out of 5

Disney Cruise Too Much Like Disney World

Sail Date: August 27, 2012

Reviewed: 4 years ago

Traveled As: Family (young children)

Room Type: Suite

I have cruise 8 or 9 times and this experience rates better than Carnival and below Royal Carribean. The food was too much like a Disney theme park. My daughter has an egg alergy and even the \"special food\" they made for her was often cold. The cuise costs about 1/3 more than other cruises for the same itenary and the room was about 1/4 to 1/3 smaller. I had heard how great Disney is and if you're into disney it is probably good, but if you have a passing interest in Disney and want to be able to bring your kid into the specialty restaurant or coffee shop, save some money and go on Royal or Princess.

Pros: Alaska was GREAT

Cons: Kids over segregated\, aniseptic wipe police\, and mediocre food

Recommends Disney Wonder? No.

Ship Quality
Our room had no less than 6 repairs events and the cabin steward seemed to have a moldy sponge or something.
Food and Dining
Worst cruise food we have ever had. Not terrible food\, but we are used to much better on Royal and Princess.
Cabin / Stateroom
Disney did repairs quickly and courteously. The room was noce enough.
Service and Staff
Staff was pretty good.
Excursion in Alaska were AWESOME!

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