Disney Cruise Line Ship Spotlight: Disney Dream
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In the Skyline bar in the adults-only nighttime enclave, The District, special effects showcase city skylines. You may see Paris one night, New York the next, with special drinks to match.
Most of Deck 5 is dedicated to kids, and while there are play spaces themed on "Toy Story" and "Monsters, Inc.," the coolest attraction is the Magic PlayFloor, an interactive floor with video screens that allows kids to engage in activities using their feet to control the action, such as following Peter Pan through the streets of London.
Influenced by the movie "Ratatouille," Disney created Remy, a fancy, adults-only dining venue that serves up what is arguably the best French cuisine on any cruise ship.
Kids will scream, adults will scream like kids, and everyone will get wet and love AquaDuck, the first watercoaster at sea.
Bahamas, 3 and 4 nights
More Disney Cruise coverage:
- Disney Cruise Travel Guide
- Best of Disney Cruise Line
- Best Disney Cruise Restaurants
- Disney's Dream page