My family of 5 has booked a Deluxe Family Ocean View Stateroom on the Fantasy. The pictures show a queen bed, a sofa that turns into a single bed, and "bunk from above" that turns into a single bed. Where does my 3rd child sleep? Do we get a rol
- Asked by Lynette from ON on 3/12/2012
Congratulations on your upcoming trip! The Fantasy is magnificent and the stateroom you booked is really lovely!
The Deluxe Family Ocean View Stateroom on the Fantasy has a queen size bed, and the sofa that turns into a... read more
I am trying to get a combo package for 4 days at DW and then a cruise to finish vacation. I will be traveling with 4 other families and we will be driving. Can you help me with this?
- Asked by Matt on 2/21/2012
Combining a Walt Disney World Vacation with a Disney Cruise is the ultimate Disney experience! Your crew will love having four fun-filled days in the parks and then time unwinding while you cruise the high seas with... read more
Our family has adjoining veranda rooms on the Dream. Our travel agent said that the partitions on the verandahs may be able to be removed so that we would have one large balcony. Is this true?
- Asked by Janet from CA on 3/24/2012
You have a very wise travel agent. I'm glad that you mentioned that you were sailing on the Disney Dream. The reason I say this is because the Disney Wonder and Disney Magic do not have connecting verandahs. The... read more
Hi Moms Panel,loves this page, all of you did a great job,our group with 7 families which included 14 adults and 12 kids age between 2yrs and 11 yrs old booked Fantasty.Any special activities good for our group?Any special can be order for my son's Bday?
- Asked by 18 from ON on 11/2/2011
Thank you for the lovely compliment! We absolutely love answering all your Disney vacation planning questions!
Congratulations on your Disney Cruise aboard the magnificent Disney Fantasy! You will certainly fall in love... read more
Are there any cruises that allow up to 6 people per stateroom? I don't want my family (2 adults, 4 children) to be separated at night.
- Asked by trisha from FL on 10/1/2011
There are Suites on Disney Cruise Ships which can accommodate up to seven guests. However, our family also includes four adults and two children, and we've always opted for a more economical booking by reserving two Connecting... read more