Like their theme parks, Disney Cruises, are innovative and ahead of their time. From entertainment to decor, Disney spares no expense when making sure their guests have a magical time. For the young and young at heart, Disney Cruises is something that is not to be missed.
On Board Disney Cruises
There is so much to do on a Disney cruise you will never be bored. From live, Broadway-caliber, shows like Aladdin, Tangled, or Frozen to name a few, to Deck Parties like Pirates night, Pixar Party, or Disney’s spotlight cruises featuring Star Wars, Avengers, or Frozen, to character experiences, the fun for the whole family never stops!
Many of our customers rave about how good Disney cruises food is. With many different dining options, even the pickiest eaters will go away full. Disney’s rotational dining allows you to rotate to one of 3 main restaurants daily, so the menu and ambiance are always changing. For a more casual meal, check out their buffets that serve American cuisine, salads, sandwiches, burgers, chicken, pizza and more. Don’t forget the ice cream at Mike Wazowski’s Eye Scream.
What is amazing about Disney cruises, is they have adult only restaurants as well. So parents, take advantage of Disney’s award-winning youth clubs, and take a night off to yourselves!
Speaking of adults-only restaurants, Disney makes sure parents are well taken care of as well. With a top of the line spa, Mom, go and treat yourself while Dad takes the kids swimming! Or continue your kid-free night and go to one of their amazing lounges, bars or pubs. Don’t forget to relax and unwind under the sun their adult only pool deck, too.
For the Kids
While Disney does a great job giving adults some well-deserved breaks, Disney is made for kids (or kids at heart). Their award-winning youth clubs will give you that chance to have your adult time while knowing the kids are having a blast with peers their own age. Starting with the It’s a Small World nursery for littles 6 months – 3 years, then up to the Oceaneers Lab for 3 – 12, Edge Club for the tweens, and Vibe for the teens. No matter what you kids age they will have others of a similar age to hang out with while doing age-appropriate activities.
Pools and Splash Pads
From 4 story drop water slides to the Nemo’s Reef Splash Pad, kids and adults of all ages will love pool time on a sunny, warm day. Donald’s Pool, which is their standard pool and hot tubs, which has daytime activities, where the deck parties will be, and nighttime “Dive In” movies. AquaLab, which is a bigger kids splash pad, Nemo’s Reef, which is the little kids splash pads, Mickey’s pool which is also for the littles, the Quiet Cove Pool for adults only, and the AquaDuck, the huge water slide. Your pool time is more like a full day activity.
Ports of Call
With all the amazing amenities you get on a Disney cruise it’s easy to forget that you also get to visit beautiful and exotic ports of call too! From Alaska to Asia, and the Caribbean to Europe, and everywhere in between, one of the best parts about cruising is getting to visit all these incredible destinations and only needing to unpack once!
If you have been to Disneyland or Disney World during any holiday, you know how they go all out with their decorations. Well, their cruises are no different! Celebrate Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, or New Years on board a Disney cruise!
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