Just returned from our Disney cruise and wanted to share some of the good and not so good. My husband and I took our 2 granddaughters 5 and 6 on the 3 night Bahama cruise.
Good - Embarking was quick and easy. We didn't wait at all. Loved the rotation dining and each dining room was great. We didn't eat at the specialty restaurants. We mainly stuck to the dining rooms for all meals. We did go to Cabanas when we boarded and the food was good. We were surprised to see shrimp and crab. More of a selection on the buffet than other cruise lines. The dining room service was amazing and our waiters Romy and Ari were the best. Thank you. They were never to busy and made our dining a wonderful experience.
The ship is beautiful and lots to do for the kids. The characters were amazing as well as the shows. We saw the Golden Mickeys and the Believe shows. Both were top notch. We opted to see a movie the second night, and the theatre is great. Our stateroom was roomy enough for the 4 of us and the girls loved the bunk beds. I really liked the shower and bathroom separation. That was a plus for us. Debarking was also very easy. We took our luggage off ourselves and we were out of there and through customs in less than 5 minutes and on our way home.
Not so good was the location of our cabin. We were on deck 10 just below all the action on deck 11. We heard banging and scraping all night long. The last night we heard them scrubbing the decks at 3:00 am. There was also a faint urine smell in the bathroom that didn't go away.
I certainly would do the cruise again and would recommend it to everyone but would never again book on deck 10.