Cruising in Style for Children's First Cruise: Disney Wonder Cruise Review by cruisenow01
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Cruising in Style for Children's First Cruise
Embarkation: Port Canaveral (Orlando)
Our children loved a variety of onboard activities all children friendly. We did not have worry about editing what they could do or see. We enjoyed a couples massage with a hot tub on the balcony. It is something that my husband and I will book twice on our next 7 night cruise because it was just that good. Disney has some of the best spa services that I have ever received whether on land or sea.
At More Nassau, we went to Atlantis enjoyed the pools and sand and surf. My son even made a new friend. The weather was slightly chilly, but not so bad that we could not enjoy ourselves. The aquarium and the ice cream parlor were a hit with my daughter. At Castaway Cay, we had a couples Cabana massage, but it was so windy that it made for a chilly experience. In retrospect, we would book 2 spa experiences onboard and just enjoy the sand at Castaway Cay, but I guess it will depend on the time of year. The children really loved Castaway Cay even as windy as it was. Thank goodness for long sleeve rash shirts! My children said they preferred the Disney cruise over visiting Disney World (we did both this trip). We have 2 more Disney cruises booked for the future. It was a wonderful experience for adults and children alike. Less
Cabin review: T8516
The cabin was spacious and perfect for traveling with extended family. We did not hear any excess noise from the elevators or hallway. Some complain about the noise from the deck above, but we did not find it too obtrusive and slept through it on most nights.