Disney Dream Review At A Glance
Disney Dream sails yearly to the Bahamas to Nassau and Castaway Cay (a private island).
The Disney Dream first set sail January 26th, 2011. Her gross tonnage is 130,000, and she carries 4,000 passengers at capacity. Of her 1,250 staterooms, 90% are outside and 90% of those have verandahs.
The Disney Dream features inside staterooms with live camera video of the views outside the ship, seen from "Magical Portholes!"
Features the height of Disney Dream's latest amenities: Palo (reservations only alternative dining for adults), Remy (reservations only alternative French restaurant for adults), Spa & Fitness, the Aquaduck, and Disney Dream pools
Great for families with kids -- Disney has fantastic age appropriate centers and activities for teens and younger kids, and there are plenty of entertainment options for adults as well!
The Disney Dream cruise ship is full of great dining venues, from the main dining rooms, The Animator's Palate, the Royal Palace, and The Enchanted Garden, to Cabanas lido buffet. The Disney Dream also features Flo's Cafe for burgers by the pool! The Remy and Palo alternative dining restaurants are not to be missed! For more information, visit our Disney Dream dining guide.
Want to know what to expect on the Disney Dream? What is the Spa like? What are the kid's programs like? Is there a quiet place to relax? Can I use my cell phone on the Disney Dream? Visit our Disney Dream Activities guide to learn about everything there is to do on board the ship.
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