3 Disney Fantasy Singles Cruise Reviews

3rd Disney cruise and loved it again every time room has been immaculate cleaned every day and towels are folded into animals and bed sheets changed every day. People say pool is too small and the 2 pools for all ages are small however ... Read More
3rd Disney cruise and loved it again every time room has been immaculate cleaned every day and towels are folded into animals and bed sheets changed every day. People say pool is too small and the 2 pools for all ages are small however it isn’t easy to have a large pool onboard a cruise ship there are also adult exclusive pools and a pool for teen club vibe (14-17) Ship is easy to navigate with maps all around and staff are friendly the ship has a fun mini golf course and basketball court. The 3 times I’ve been on the cruise my son has been able to go to all 3 clubs oceaners lab (3-12) edge (11-14) vibe (14-17) the oceaners lab is very large and great for kids as there is always activity’s on this also goes with edge and vibe. Edge is fairly small however is my sons favourite out of the 3 and every time has been extremely sad to leave his new friends. The activities range from sports deck fun to trivia challenges and video game challenges and much more. We have never made him go to the clubs yet he has chose to he would wake up have breakfast with us ( which the breakfast is a large buffet) then go to the youth club until dinner have his dinner then go back till the club closed. The waterslide the aqueduct is also a must do. There is a rotational dining plan where you change restaurants every night and cycle between the 3 and your servers rotate with you. And one restaurant even allows you to draw a character and have it animated the food quality is great with bread service,starter, salad/soup, main course, dessert. not to mention the adult only restaurants you can go to. There is also an option to share your table with another family at first this may see odd however I would fully recommend as the look at of you have children there gender there age etc and match you up with a family like so you child will instantly have a friend. You can also get food like pizza and ice cream and soda during the day for no fee The whole ship is in Christine condition as everynight and whenever the boat docks workers are always jetwashing painting or doing maintenance There is also a range of activities for adults including Karaoke music quizzes game shoes etc and like there is plenty for kids to do there is also plenty adult exclusive areas all over the ship Overall an amazing vacation and would recommend to anyone thinking about booking with or without kids Read Less
Sail Date July 2018
I went solo on the Disney Fantasy for my Presidents' Week vacation and had a wonderful time! This was my third Disney cruise - the other two have been on the Dream - and 5th cruise overall. I have always been a Disney girl and part of ... Read More
I went solo on the Disney Fantasy for my Presidents' Week vacation and had a wonderful time! This was my third Disney cruise - the other two have been on the Dream - and 5th cruise overall. I have always been a Disney girl and part of a Disney family, so for me, the extra money is worth it for the Disney difference! I had booked an 8B GTY and was ultimately assigned a 4E - Deluxe Stateroom with Verandah (technically it's classified as a Deluxe Family Stateroom with Verandah, but interior size-wise it is the same as a 5, 6, or 7. The bump-up to a category 4 is the extended verandah. I love Disney's rotational dining and had requested the rotation that would put me in Animator's Palate on Pirate Night. I'd also requested a solo table. I was granted the first request, but not the second. While Disney generally does a good job matching families (of all types), it does feel like they just lump the solo cruisers together. The guys I was assigned to dine with are perfectly nice people, but they both are just way more conservative than I was comfortable with for the length of the cruise. I had dinner at Palo - the $25 up charge Italian dining room - on Tuesday, but on Wednesday I spoke with the dining room manager and was able to get changed to a solo table, which made things much more comfortable for me at the remaining dinners. We started with 2 sea days where I participated in an animation class, a tile coaster class, watched a couple of movies, did the Midship Detective Agency multiple times, and just relaxed on adult-only Deck 13 and/or my verandah while reading. First port was St. Maarten, and I'd booked with Captain Bob Cass. Fantastic day spent on the water, even if extreme surges prevented us from doing all the swimming and snorkeling stops. I had an amazing time, and would do it again in a heartbeat! The next day was San Juan where I participated in a ship-based Rainforest Walk and Waterfall Adventure excursion. The scenery was beautiful, but the guide I was stuck with left a lot to be desired - stopping and peering at seemingly every leaf or hollow bark, even after we'd seen a walking stick and a coqui. The walk seemed ridiculously longer because of all the stopping and starting. But with the right guide this would be an AMAZING excursion. Another sea day was more reading and mostly indoor activities as the weather wasn't the best since we were passing through a cold front. Disney's Castaway Cay followed on Friday and it's always a great time, even in chillier and windier weather. We did make it to the island, though a ship earlier in the week was unable to - the captains have to thread a narrow channel to be able to dock, and strong currents and winds can make it difficult. They do everything in their power to make it work though. I am generally a big fan of Disney entertainment. The first show was a nice introduction to the cruise and what to expect. I opted to skip the variety acts as I'm not into cruise ship magic or comedy or ventriloquism. I wanted to see Wishes, but unfortunately the people who chose to sit around me didn't know how to be quiet during a show, and no crew members asked them to be quiet, so I left. I did see Believe on one of the other nights, and that one is just as good as it is on the Dream. Definitely a favorite for me. I was able to participate in the Onboard Airline Check-In program, so my luggage was tagged for my flight, and I didn't see it until I landed after the flight home. That made clearing customs quicker and easier, and I was on a bus to MCO by 9:30. Overall it was a wonderful cruise! I cannot wait to explore the Wonder next year. Read Less
Sail Date February 2015
I am not sure what cruise line some of these other people went on. This was our 4th cruise and every one of them have been nothing short of phenomenal! This cruise was just my 16 yr old daughter and myself. I have been a single mom since ... Read More
I am not sure what cruise line some of these other people went on. This was our 4th cruise and every one of them have been nothing short of phenomenal! This cruise was just my 16 yr old daughter and myself. I have been a single mom since my daughter was 2 and I have saved and planned for each cruise and it is the best money I have ever spent. My daughter has chosen the cruise every time and plans to go on many more (she is now 18) Quality time together and met wonderful new friends on every one. This cruise we were sat at a table with a family from England. We are still friends today and are planning another cruise together in 2017. This is probably the best thing about Disney. The customer service is out of this world. They try to match the families with similarities when seating them for dinner. Our first cruise, they sat us with a family where the youngest daughter actually had the same birth date as my daughter. This time they were very close in age. The food has always been fantastic and I am a light sleeper and I sleep wonderfully every night on every cruise. The rooms are cleaned twice a day and I think it is great that the bathroom is split, one person can be showering while the other person goes to the bathroom or is getting ready in the other part. These cruises are truly for every age, married or not, children or not etc... I cannot think of anyone who would not enjoy a Disney Cruise. If you do not want to be around children, there are plenty of areas you can avoid them. If you have children and want some adult time, there are supervised activities without an extra charge. We have been on a cruise in December and 3 in October, having the Christmas and Halloween themes has been great as well. I have recommended Disney Cruises to everyone I know, even strangers. I have had friends follow my advice and they have went on more and are planning on more because they agree, the best vacation ever. Read Less
Sail Date October 2013
Disney Fantasy Ratings
Category Editor Member
Cabins 5.0 4.7
Dining 3.5 4.3
Entertainment 5.0 4.5
Public Rooms 4.5 4.7
Fitness Recreation 4.0 4.3
Family 5.0 4.3
Shore Excursion 4.0 4.0
Enrichment 2.5 4.2
Service 4.5 4.7
Value For Money 4.0 4.0
Rates 4.0 4.0

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