Hi! I would like to know if Disney Cruise has Microwaves available at any dining area for preparing food for a toddler with special needs. By the way thanks for your help with answers during our April Disney Vacation.
- Asked by Silvio from NY on 9/3/2009
Unfortunately microwaves are not available for use by guests aboard the Disney cruise ships. This is a safety regulation.
Disney Cruise Line does a fantastic job of accommodating special dietary requests. Diabetic, vegetarian, low sodium and low... read more
I read on one of the sites that the staterooms on the Cruise Line will hold up to five people. Are those the cat. 11 or 10 rooms? Does a new born count as a full priced adult on the Disney Cruise? He will be 10 months. Thank You.
- Asked by curtin from NV on 8/6/2009
It is my understanding that Maritime Law requires that infants are counted in the room occupancy limits. This is vastly different from hotel occupancy procedures at Walt Disney World where you may have an infant age 3 or under in a crib in addition... read more
My family and I will be traveling July 2009, and having 2 year old twins and a five year old I know that we will have to return to the resort to take a break in the day. If the park gets crowded is it possible for us not to be readmitted (we are driving)?
- Asked by sherrie from NY on 6/30/2009
Returning to your resort mid-day is an excellent touring strategy not only to enjoy a rest but also to escape the hottest part of the afternoon.
It is always possible for the park to reach capacity, however this generally happens during holiday... read more
This is my first time and would like to know if I should take a stroller for my 3 year old daughter and what should it be? Is there places in the rides where you could leave the stroller while your in the rides?
- Asked by TANYA from FL on 6/3/2009
Your first time to WDW is sure to be a magical adventure. However, WDW is twice the size of Manhattan and parents should be prepared with a game plan. A stroller is a necessity for a young child.
Since your family lives in Florida, I would bring... read more
We are going on a 4 day Disney cruise in September. My granddaughter is 2 years old but will be 3 on October 14. Our cruise is September 5. Will they let her go into the three and up group. She is potty trained.
- Asked by letitia from MS on 5/29/2009
After speaking with the Youth Activities Manager, it is my understanding that children within 2-3 months of their next birthday may be moved up to the next age-group. Sometimes this is on a trial basis.
Almost three-year olds are accepted... read more