Booked 1st cruise (5 night Bah) for July '11! With regards to dining, will my family of 4 be grouped with other people to eat in the rest., or will we have a table to ourselves? How does this work? Can we opt out? You are a wealth of info! Thanks!
- Asked by Denise from ON on 6/25/2010
Congratulations on booking a voyage on the Disney Dream! In my experience, it has been about a 50/50 split between the cruises where we have been seated with others versus having a table to ourselves. Normally you are not... read more
Hi! We live in TX and our friends in MI. We are trying to organize a Disney Cruise together. When reserving can we ask that our rooms be close to each other or our dining tables? We have 10 in our group will we all fit at one table? Thanks! ;)
- Asked by Michele from MI on 6/24/2010
How fun to plan a getaway with some long-distance friends - a Disney Cruise is the perfect place for a reunion! I have sailed with family that had booked their own vacations, and it was very simple to have our reservations... read more
My boyfriend and I will be cruising in August 2011 to celebrate our 21st birthdays. Will we be seated with another couple since there are only 2 of us? If so, is there any way we can request to be seated alone?
- Asked by Emily from NH on 6/23/2010
What a fun way to celebrate a birthday! My husband and I have had a table to ourselves (it seated four, but we were the only ones assigned to it), I honestly don't recall even seeing tables that only seat... read more
Hello! We are considering taking our first ever Disney Cruise. Can you explain a little how the dining works. Are we automatically assigned to specific restaurants each night or do we need to make reservations???
- Asked by Natasha from TN on 6/16/2010
Welcome to the Moms Panel! I welcome any opportunity to explain the unique rotational system that Disney Cruise Line offers for your dining experience - because it's one of the highlights of cruising with DCL.
If you have... read more
We are planning a cruise and I keep reading about people making reservations, I thought there was a restaurant rotation? I realize you have to reserve for Palo, which we most likely won't go to, but are there others I need to reserve as well? Th
- Asked by Michele from MI on 6/2/2010
Welcome to the Moms Panel! You are correct, your main dining is rotational (you are assigned your nightly dining location, and your servers and table mates rotate with you), and therefore reservations are not required. The... read more