Is it really going to be a big deal if my 8-year old son wears dress shorts (basically kaki pants made as shorts) with a golf shirt to dinner at the more casual restaurants on board the Dream. We'll be sure to have pants for the real fancy place.
- Asked by Allyson from ON on 9/24/2011
Each evening at dinner, your family will have the opportunity to dine at one of the three main restaurants aboard the Disney Dream: Animator's Palate, Enchanted Garden or Royal Palace. Disney Cruise Line requests that... read more
Cruising the Dream on 12/26-29. I'm not clear on what meals are included. If we stay on the ship instead of going to port is lunch included that day? What about snacks? My kids are 12 & 17 & we have 2nd dinner time so they are bound to get hungry
- Asked by Lisa from FL on 7/10/2011
The one thing you should have no doubts about is being fed on a Disney cruise. In fact, I always bring my running shoes in order to feel worthy of the next meal! Congratulations on your upcoming vacation on the Disney Dream -- the... read more
Two questions. The first being are there hair dryers in the rooms or do I have to bring my own. As well, a little confused about the dining. Do we book our breakfast and lunch in the form of reservations? Or is it informal and just show up and be seated
- Asked by Roxanne from NL on 7/14/2011
On Disney cruise ships, there are hair dryers in each stateroom. On the Disney Wonder and Disney Magic, a hairdryer is mounted on the wall in the bathroom. On the Disney Dream, it's located in one of the drawers of the... read more
We are taking an Alaskan cruise in just a few days. I really need to know about the dinner attire. I was told there is one formal night and one semi-formal night. I haven't been able to find info on the website. Can you please tell me more about this?
- Asked by Itza from AZ on 7/3/2011
Oh, sure...I can answer your question! I just returned from a Disney cruise to Alaska -- and I'm not exaggerating when I tell you it was life changing! It was amazing and beautiful, and we are savoring our memories! Make... read more
The brunch at Paol's is reserved for adults only. OK is this Adults only based on Disney Charging adult price for 10 year old? What I need to know will my 16 year old daughter be allowed to eat there or is adult 18 for dining purposes?
- Asked by AMY from NC on 9/23/2011
Your confusion about "adult dining" on Disney Cruise Line (DCL) is completely understandable. We often joke in our family that our kids are considered "adults" on their 10th birthdays -- according to Disney -- since they are... read more