Hello! Booked for Sept 2011 for 11 nts at WDW/4 nts Disney Dream. I guess you rotate dine at the 3 main restaurants. I would like to dine at Palo, does this affect the dining rotation or dine on the 4th nt, do the children get dinner in clubs. Thanks
- Asked by Nathalie from Cornwall on 12/29/2010
Welcome to the Moms Panel, and congratulations on booking a Dream cruise! Disney Cruise Line sets the standard when it comes to dining, and offers rotational dining to give their guest the ultimate meal time experience.
With... read more
I and my family are going to be taking a Cruise on Aug 28 do I need to bring a suit for dinner if we are only going to the Family dinners we are not going to any adult only things? Thanks.
- Asked by James from NY on 8/4/2011
You sound like my husband..."Do I really have to pack my suit?" For a Disney cruise which is 5 nights or less, you really don't need a suit at all, and you certainly can get by at the three main restaurants at dinner each evening... read more
Will be traveling on the Disney Dream 4 night cruise in April. Can you please tell me what dress code for men is at night? I have heard that men can wear dress shorts and shoes in the dining room. Also heard that there is no formal night.
- Asked by Michele from NY on 2/20/2011
I just returned from the Christening Cruise on the
Disney Dream last month! It is a truly amazing addition to the fleet of
Disney cruise ships. You're going to have a ball in April!
for the dress code for... read more
I am noticing that as a first time cruiser, i can not reserve anything until 75 days out. Should I be worried about being unable to get a Palo's reservation? Is there a chance that there will NOT be room for my 3yr old DD in the Oceaneer club?
- Asked by Janet from WA on 2/10/2011
Congratulations on choosing Disney Cruise Line (DCL) for your first cruise experience -- you are going to wonder why you've never done it before! Although first-time cruisers have the shortest window of opportunity for making... read more
We are taking a cruise 10-13-2012 and I was told we are allowed to bring water bottles on the boat? Is this true?
- Asked by sheryl from FL on 8/3/2011
Yes, you can bring unopened water bottles in their original containers on board a Disney ship. However, you'll need to pack them in your checked or carry-on luggage -- which makes it kind of cumbersome as you make your way to and onto... read more