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5 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: October 2017
Chose cruise for 2 grandkids, 4 1/2 and 2 1/2. Swimming pools much too small for numbers of kids. Felt like large, crowded bath tubs. Show are at 6 and 8:30 pm. If want to eat and see show at the other time, it's a problem with this ... Read More
Chose cruise for 2 grandkids, 4 1/2 and 2 1/2. Swimming pools much too small for numbers of kids. Felt like large, crowded bath tubs. Show are at 6 and 8:30 pm. If want to eat and see show at the other time, it's a problem with this age kid. Dinner at 6 makes show at 8:30 too late and show at 6, dinner at 8:30 is too late. Only other place to eat is in buffet restaurant where you can choose your own time. But this is a set menu at night for some strange reason. Also, it was closed on the 1st and last night of 5 night cruise so the option was unavailable for 2 night. Why require restaurant dining in a cruise for kids with china and glass table settings. There were a couple of other very small eating options and food was awful, e.g. dry, well done hamburger with slice of cheese placed on it after it's been on the grill. Disembarkation was very slow. Service in dining room and cabins was excellent. Food very average. Read Less
Sail Date: October 2017
We decided to take a Disney cruise before the kids got too much older and wouldn't appreciate the Disney theme. Everyone we spoke with before the cruise told us that Disney cruises were the best. The service was superior to all other ... Read More
We decided to take a Disney cruise before the kids got too much older and wouldn't appreciate the Disney theme. Everyone we spoke with before the cruise told us that Disney cruises were the best. The service was superior to all other cruise lines, the entertainment was better, the food was better, and we were told that we would never want to cruise another cruise line again. Well, our expectation were really high, and we were let down. I must say, the best part about this cruise was the FE program. We had so much fun delivering and getting presents!! Overall, the ship was the cleanest ship we have ever been on. Every part of the ship was clean and staff was constantly cleaning. I loved the fact that instead of just using hand sanitizer before meals, they have you wash your hands at the sinks outside the dining area. The excursions we did in Ensenada and Cabo San Lucus were great. We were treated VERY well and enjoyed every minute of the excursions and hosts. The entertainment on the Disney ship was fantastic. We really enjoyed the evening shows as well as the Character shows. We were disappointed about meeting characters. We were told by other past cruisers before boarding the ship, that there would be no lines for the characters after the first couple of days, but that was not true. There were always lines. Now, for the not so good. The service was VERY average, if not poor. The best service we received was from the excursion desk and guest services desk, they were wonderful. Everywhere else, including our room steward, were just ok. No one went out of their way to make any of us feel special, and this is the first time I can say that about any cruise. For example, I was on the pool deck, could not find a pool towel, so I asked for one. I was pointed to across the deck and told "they are over there". I mentioned that I needed 4 towels and only saw three, the lady rolled her eyes, and walked over to the towel holder, opened the door and told me, "all you needed to do was open the door, extra towels are in here." I was really surprised she was so rude to me. I was hoping this was the only incident, but it was not. Again on the pool deck, I asked for a napkin near the ice cream station and was pointed to the end of the pool deck and told "they are over there." The man who supposedly "helped" me, was talking to another employee, and after pointing me to the opposite side of the ship, he went back to chatting with the employee. I was surprised at the lack of service on the pool deck, called "the cabanas" throughout our cruise. We had a hard time getting a drink from anyone and just didn't feel like the employees cared much about service to us, or anyone else. On other cruise ships I have been on, the employees would have offered to get me what I was asking for, I have never just been pointed in a direction. I didn't think it was good service on Disney's part. This was pretty consistent throughout the cruise, unfortunately. The food was pretty bland in the dining rooms. The buffet was pretty good as far as flavor, but we were all disappointed with the lack of seasoning in the dining rooms. We did like some of the dishes, but most of them were VERY under-seasoned. We asked our waiter why the food was so bland, and he told us that is just how Disney cooked their food. We also had a hard time getting food that we wanted. We were told by people before boarding the ship that we would be able to get any food we wanted from other dining rooms, but this was not the case. We were able to get the truffle pasta one night in Tianna's place, but our waiter gave us a really hard time about it. He said it would be a while before we received our meal because he had to go "all the way upstairs" to get the food we requested. It made us feel bad for even wanting something other than what was on the menu. We were told another time that the extra food was not available. I have never had dining experiences like this on other cruise lines. Our waiter also kept telling us that he needed a high rating, starting from night one. It was pretty annoying and we felt like Disney put too much pressure on the wait staff for high marks. We did have room service for breakfast every day and the coffee was great!! It was hot and tasted really good. We also received full sized muffins, full sized donuts and bagels as well. There was no meat or eggs offered. The kids areas were different that we experienced on other ships. They were decorated adorably and the younger kids area was huge!! It must have had 10 different rooms, all decorated with different themes, for the kids to run around in. The tween area was pretty small, disappointing compared to the younger kids play area. The one thing my kids didn't like about the kids area is they did not feel connected with the staff. There were so many kids and not enough organized activities for my kids liking. The younger kids area was a big playground, so most kids may not need organized game play, but my kids like that. Overall we were disappointed with the Disney cruise. We had fun, but were disappointed mainly about the service. We are not sure we will take another one, especially since they are so much more expensive than other cruises. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: October 2017
I booked this cruise as a gift for my niece. Due to health issues, neither one of us can fly. Embarking from San Diego, where we live was perfect. My niece, who is 48 years old is a Disney maniac. Halloween on the High Seas was a ... Read More
I booked this cruise as a gift for my niece. Due to health issues, neither one of us can fly. Embarking from San Diego, where we live was perfect. My niece, who is 48 years old is a Disney maniac. Halloween on the High Seas was a bonus. She has recently been diagnosed with ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease). Life span for her, living out of a facility is 12-18 months. This was perfect timing. I tried to book a handicapped cabin, but they were taken, so we booked a verandah cabin 7106. I arranged wheelchair assist for embark and debark. This experience was awesome. From the time we walked through the port doors, throughout the cruise, and debarkation, every crew member did everything they could to make it easy for her, and a memorable experience. I hope Disney continues these repo itineraries because I plan to take my granddaughter next time. We can't say enough about how thankful we are for everything from Disney. Read Less
16 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2017
This was our experience: I usually travel with my immediate family of four and my extended family members in total of 10. We have previously traveled together on the Disney Fantasy for a New Year’s cruise experience in 2016-2017 ... Read More
This was our experience: I usually travel with my immediate family of four and my extended family members in total of 10. We have previously traveled together on the Disney Fantasy for a New Year’s cruise experience in 2016-2017 out of Port Canaveral to the Eastern Caribbean and that was such a memorable experience with no complaints. We even decided we loved it so much that we would try to make it at least a yearly vacation experience together and possibly with additional family members in the future. We have even booked two future cruises together. We recently traveled together on the Disney Wonder from September 15-17,2017 out of San Diego and we experienced numerous issues during our cruise experience that we felt should be addressed. Having traveled with Disney before we were so excited to make more memorable moments only to find these moments was nothing like our previous experience. This time my wife had health concerns that required her to have vegan dietary concerns. We were glad to find out that we were able to pre-select online prior to our cruise well in advance. I was also able to pre-order online for my 6 year-old sons birthday celebration by ordering a “Birthday celebration package“ to be available upon arrival to our stateroom. In addition, I was able to pre-order online for my wife a “Romance non-alcoholic package” of a rose, apple-cider, box of chocolates and two Disney bathrobes. My wife and I were so excited to see our sons face the minute we opened our stateroom door to video tape his expression the second he would see his birthday celebration. My son was so excited to be celebrating his birthday while on a Disney cruise. I was also excited to surprise my wife with the “Romance package.” Our traveling party was also excited to be able to pre-check-in early online in order to obtain a good boarding time so we could experience the ship earlier prior to sailing. Upon arrival our traveling party immediately saw the difference from our previous cruise experience in Port Canaveral, Florida. This time we noticed that EVERYONE was already occupying all the seats and standing room only at the Port lobby. No one was able to board per check in times and we literally looked like cattle awaiting instructions. The boarding for everyone began around 1:15 pm. Granted it was in boarding numbers but it was in a continuous order so by the time we entered the ship we were being quickly herded to ONLY eat at Tritons restaurant. When my cousin asked if we could eat at the Cabanas area we were told no and were forced to eat at Tritons. My first lunch experience with Tritons was not a good experience. First, my wife asked for the vegan menu options and the staff looked at her, as they had no idea what she was talking about, calling her “the vegan lady.” She was forced to request the vegetarian option but had to eliminate most of the items that would not comply with vegan options. I had ordered the Chicken Caesar salad and after an hour of waiting when it arrived I tasted it and it was no Caesar salad I have ever tasted. The dressing was Italian and it just was not what I ordered and the lettuce was so wilted it looked as though it was just taken out of a freezer. I made staff aware and they said I could order something else but by that time an hour had passed and I just was not ready to wait any longer. The rest of my party had numerous complaints of their food quality too so I knew it wasn’t just not me. After our lunch we walked up to the 9th deck to see that Cabanas had been opened the whole time and we even asked the staff and they said we should have went there. By this time our staterooms were ready and I told my wife to get the video camera ready for me so I could film my sons expression for his birthday room celebration. She opened the door and to my surprise the room had not been decorated and I was so upset because I knew I was charged already from my credit card. I immediately looked for the “Romance package” and only saw the chocolates, rose, and cider. I was so upset not to find the bathrobes and I called guest service to express my concerns. I could not understand the staff and when I hung up I was unsure if my message was received. In the meantime my cousin who we had in the stateroom next to us showed us the Silver Castaway member gift in his stateroom and I began to look for ours with negative results. My sister who was down the hall came to say hello and she found out that she too did not have any Silver Castaway member gift. We were able to flag one of the stateroom hosts in the hallway and told them what had happened and they said they would see what they could do. After our safety drill the stateroom host walked to my stateroom and as I was in front with the door opened she handed me my two robes with my wife next to me and said here are your robes, which I was very concerned because the surprise was NOT what I had paid a lot of money for. The host also told me that if I still wanted the “Birthday celebration” she could do it after dinner. She said this while my son had been standing right next to me hearing all that was said. So much for my surprise for my son! During dinner we found out that what we had clicked on online with the Disney site was worthless for a Vegan option as NO restaurant to sit down or quick-service had any vegan options and again my wife had to make her own selections from a very limited number of food items. I will say that the dining staff did make do with what they had to make a somewhat vegan option. It was definitely not a meal that was well thought out. One of our experiences with the quick-service meal was a very bad experience that literally took my wife at least 40 minutes to get somewhat resolved. She asked the staff for a veggie burger and asked if it had any animal products. None of the staff had a clue and we waited for a chef to come solve the problem. He finally arrived and he needed to look at some cookbook and said there were no issues. The staff provided my wife with what we thought was a veggie burger and she took a bite only to find out it was a fish sandwich! Man they were lucky my wife did not have an allergic reaction! Our children were so excited to also celebrate “Halloween at Sea” but again we experienced a very unorganized event. The game and candy lines were so unorganized that there were so many people not knowing where a line ended or began. It was so bad that our kids did not want to participate because they felt they would be trampled upon. We began to get so frustrated because it could have been a very easy fix by not having all the games only in the main lobby and allow them to have various stations within the three levels of the atrium. You know something is bad when a child does not want any candy or games. Somewhere we had heard that Disney only allows the best staff to work on the best ships and I think this trip we began to find this to be true. During our cruise we noticed that the staff were NOTHING like the staff we experienced on the Fantasy. After talking with other travelers we ALL had the same findings and like concerns in regards to food quality and food staff. One first time traveller actually told me he was not impressed with the quick-service meals and I told him I knew exactly what he spoke of. All of my traveling party spoke of how the quality of the quick-service meals was just very bad. We only ate at the quick-service once and that was after our experience with my wife, an order of hamburger, chicken strips, chicken burger with fry’s experience. I will say that the sit down dinner service was very good, but then again there was the issue of my wife and her vegan options not up to Disney’s so-called pre-selected online request. As our cruise began to come to a close my traveling party and us sat only to realize that our cruise was nothing like our Fantasy experience and we hoped that this was only a fluke experience because we have two future cruises booked and hoped of many others to come. We began to question if we should cancel our future cruises, but we still had on our mind the Fantasy experience. Our concern is that we paid a lot of money for our cruise and would expect what we know Disney is famous for. I especially did not appreciate that I was charged for services that I frankly did not receive. That is from the pre-ordered packages to my wife’s designated vegan dietary needs. My question to Disney is, why have a pre-selected online dietary option that you are unable to accommodate and mislead us to believe it would be honored? Had we known of this I would have never had placed my wife in a situation where she had to be very selective in what she ate. I recommend that Disney immediately implement on ALL their food menus whether its quick-service or dining an actual “Vegan” menu item so that future guests do not have to be stressed the task of ensuring their meals meet those vegan requirements. My wife left the ship so exhausted and stressed of having to speak to ANY food staff of what she could and could not have in order to eat. Something as small as the popcorn she was unable to eat because she was told it had butter. So for her it was so much not a vacation but rather an exhausting experience. To put it in terms of money, in no way did she get her fair share of dining experiences. This cruise was nothing what I know Disney would expect if they were traveling on their very own ship. No one on their vacation wishes to have any concerns while vacationing. I felt as though this experience lacked the organization that I know and have experienced from Disney. I truly believe Disney needs to ensure ALL staff is well trained when dealing with dietary concerns. Read Less
27 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: May 2017
We just got back from our disney cruise and it was not a great experience. My number one complaint surrounds the fact there is zero disclosure prior to buying your cruise ticket that children under 3 will not be able to play in the pool or ... Read More
We just got back from our disney cruise and it was not a great experience. My number one complaint surrounds the fact there is zero disclosure prior to buying your cruise ticket that children under 3 will not be able to play in the pool or splash area, this was one of the main reasons we were attracted to this ship. If I had know the only area a 2 year old could be was a closet size are with nothing to do I would not have booked the trip. Dory's reef is pathetic and needs a serious update. My 2 year old wanted to play with her older sister and could not and we were stuck in the middle the whole trip. This experience extended into the oceaneer lab and and etc etc... Also the child care area set up for my two year old consisted of a few cribs ad rocking horse, we could not subject him the boredom anymore. My suggestion is to disclose during the booking process that 2 year old children will have nothing to do so wait until they are three or at least be warned they will not have access to the pool or labs. Also the water slide was broken on the first day of our two day trip. The water slide was another major reason I choose this ship. I also think the windows of activity should be spread out, I arrived a few minutes behind schedule and they would not let my daughter visit with Cinderella. That was a tough one. We arrived at our Dinner and were seated right away. We ordered a few drinks ate some bread and got settled in, a few minutes later the waiter came to us and said we were in the wrong seats and we had to move. We had to get up from our table carry our two children over to a new table which was already seated with four other strangers and try to get resettled with a two and four year old in tow. This was very embarrassing and I feel that if the waiters made a mistake they need to own up and tell the other people they made a mistake and they will be sitting at a different table. They should not have embarrassed and inconvenienced us with their mistake. We did not go back for the second dinner, and we were charged gratuity which I feel should be refunded. I attempted to speak with guest services on the boat but the line was about an hour long, not ideal with two small children. BE WARNED you must get any refunds prior to leaving the ship, I asked them to look into this and they refused because it was too late "they already charged me." I packed a grey jacket in my suitcase and put it by my door the final night to be transported for us in the morning. The grey jacket was not in my suitcase when I got home. I believe it was taken. Read Less
7 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: May 2017
we have a 2 yr old and would also love to have a getaway ..so what did we decide on? what better vacation than a cruise?! With a toddler in tow, we knew we wanted something convenient and easy travel. Therefore we decided on a cruise. ... Read More
we have a 2 yr old and would also love to have a getaway ..so what did we decide on? what better vacation than a cruise?! With a toddler in tow, we knew we wanted something convenient and easy travel. Therefore we decided on a cruise. three years ago i had a blast on the Disney Fantasy and i knew someday i would like to cruise with disney again. We live in san diego, so we knew we wanted to depart from the San Diego port -- and to make sure the little one likes cruises, we decided on the Disney Wonder 2 nights cruise. It departs from San Diego which makes our lives that much more easier (because it's not so fun flying with a toddler). Disney definitely knows how to cater to families. When i was on the Disney Fantasy three yrs ago, i already had a lot of fun (and that was without a baby). So to go on Disney cruise with a toddler it made it even more special because it met all our expectation. I didnt have to carry so many thing around. All i had with me was the room key. Food, drinks, and snacks everywhere. When my toddler was hungry, i have access to pizza, chicken tenders, soups, cookies soft serve and more. When thirsty, Disney had whole milk dispenser, water, and juices easy for anyone to get a cup to quench their thirst. For entertainment, no need to question about disney, you know they will have great entertainment for adults and kids! from family activities, to kids only, to adults only shows. For a two nights cruise, they even kept their Pirates night -- fireworks on the sea followed by a late night buffet / snack. it was awesome. I didn't think they would include the pirate's night for a 2 night cruise.. i thought they only have that on longer cruises. The employees / staffs... c'mon it's Disney, you know you will meet friendly and polite staffs. You will definitely get one of the best services with this cruise line. Bottomline, 2 nights cruise is not enough to be honest. but it is a great getaway for parents with kids and who are local. yes Disney cruise is expensive but you get what you pay for. And for me that's totally worth it. Knowing that you will get great service, superb cleanliness and incredible entertainment. Definitely was a stress free vacation even though it was only for two nights. Going on this 2 nights cruise was less stress for me than going to hawaii for 1 week (even though hawaii is known for paradise). LOVED the dining experience. a rotation of dining at different restaurants so guests can experience different themed restaurants that the cruise offers. the waiters who serves you follows to each night so you get the same server. which i love because by 2nd night the server knows what you like and dislike. they even have your drink ready on the table by the 2nd night! love it! and yes of course with disney there will always be some magic touches! i highly recommend this itinerary for those who live in SoCal and who wish to have take their children on a disney cruise. I'm no Disney fanatic, but i'm definitely a Disney CRUISE fan! i am hooked!! Read Less
19 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: May 2016
Took a 3-night Baja cruise with my family (wife and kids - ages 12 and 18) including one day in Ensenada and one day at sea. This was our first trip on the Disney Wonder after having sailed on the Dream and Magic in the past two years, ... Read More
Took a 3-night Baja cruise with my family (wife and kids - ages 12 and 18) including one day in Ensenada and one day at sea. This was our first trip on the Disney Wonder after having sailed on the Dream and Magic in the past two years, respectively. There are some distinctions, which I will summarize below. 1. San Diego port - easy to enter /exit logistically, perhaps even more so than Port Canaveral. The presentation is underwhelming as this is a Disney rental/lease arrangement and it is apparent that Disney is a part-time tenant but they do their best to extend the Disney welcome to passengers. If you've been to Port Canaveral and experienced the grand Disney entrance there first, just lower your expectations accordingly and you won't be disappointed. Aesthetics aside, I found the efficiency of boarding/leaving the ship in San Diego to be preferable. 2. Cleanliness/Appearance - the Disney Wonder is immaculately presented, especially for a ship that is 17 years old. If you look hard enough, you'll find evidence of wear (i.e. tiny rust marks in shower corners) but these will all be addressed in its forthcoming refurbishment and nothing takes away from the current day experience. 3. Food - main dining rooms are on par with the Magic, and even better than the Dream. I am not sure whether the Classic ships simply have better food than the Dream or not, but I found the on deck food and the main dining room food to be better on the Wonder/Magic than on the Dream with one exception: the welcome buffet on the Disney Wonder immediately after boarding on the first day lacked the same level of choices/quality of dishes that the Magic and Dream had. I don't know if this is specific to the Wonder (Beach Blanket Buffet did not have the same offerings as the Dream/Magic's "Cabanas" counterpart), or whether Disney has paired back their offerings for the opening day buffet on all of their ships. Nevertheless, we boarded the ship expecting a "great" buffet and were greeted with one that was "good/pretty good." 4. Service - the Wonder's service at all levels was just a touch above the Dream and Magic, and that is saying something since the service levels on the cruise ships are well above what you receive in the Parks. 5. Entertainment - this is the only area that the Wonder was a bit "lean" compared to her counterparts. There were noticeably fewer stage shows and adult acts i.e. comedians, magicians or similar on stage performances that would appeal to adults or older children. My 18-year old son - who is a Disney fanatic - was just a tad bit disappointed that there was only one show per day and that the primary source of entertainment for older children was movies and bingo. On a 3-day cruise this is a minimal issue, particularly when one day was spent ashore at Ensenada (we did the horseback riding excursion and found it to be a good value) but a week or more in length would have been more significant. When I inquired about this issue, I was told that the entertainment crew is very new to the Wonder so the temporary lack of shows/comedy acts is due to the fact that the new crew is busy rehearsing and that future cruises will have more offerings once the crew is up to speed and the new shows/acts are ready to go live. 6. Overall, the Wonder is an excellent choice. Of the three we have sailed on (note: the Disney Fantasy normally sails for 7 days or longer - which is beyond our price point), the Dream would be our favorite followed very closely by the Magic and Wonder. However, there is so little difference in terms of quality between the three, that any one of the above would be a grand experience. And - once dry dock of the Wonder is complete - there will be even less to distinguish it from the rest of the fleet. Read Less
10 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: May 2016
We are two adults (in our 50s) with no children. We just got back from a 3 night cruise aboard the Disney Wonder (May 15-18, 2016). This was our 6th cruise with Disney. Three on the Magic (2001, 2005, 2008), one on the Dream (2014), and ... Read More
We are two adults (in our 50s) with no children. We just got back from a 3 night cruise aboard the Disney Wonder (May 15-18, 2016). This was our 6th cruise with Disney. Three on the Magic (2001, 2005, 2008), one on the Dream (2014), and two on the Wonder (2011, 2016). While we have loved our Disney cruises, the Wonder is definitely showing her age and badly needs updating in drydock this coming October. On the plus side, we loved the level of service. Our table staff Wayan and Katrina were great, and we found the meals at dinner to be wonderful. On the negative side, the food at breakfast and lunch is just okay. The entertainment is tired and needs updating. On the first night we skipped 'Toy Story the Musical' as we saw it on our previous Disney Wonder Cruise and did not like it at all. The second night was the movie Captain America - Civil War. This wasn't even a new released movie, this movie had been out in theaters for over a week. The last night was 'Disney Dreams' and it was nice, but again showed signs of age. The sad thing was at night, the ship creaked A LOT and kept us awake. We were on deck 6 and I found when I talked with others who were on deck 6, they said they were experiencing the same noise. I love Disney, grew up with Disneyland, and I have enjoyed our cruises with DCL. We find the atmosphere to be wholesome, which is appealing, however, Disney is charging a premium price for what used to be a premium experience. I certainly hope they bring it back to it's former glory. Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: October 2015
We just returned from a 5 day Disney Cruise that left from San Diego CA and traveled to Ensenada Mexico and Cabo. This was my second Disney cruise. I traveled with my husband-31, son-2, mother-65, sister -36, and niece-5. We stayed in ... Read More
We just returned from a 5 day Disney Cruise that left from San Diego CA and traveled to Ensenada Mexico and Cabo. This was my second Disney cruise. I traveled with my husband-31, son-2, mother-65, sister -36, and niece-5. We stayed in different cabins. We had a balcony and they had an ocean view porthole. Embarking was very smooth. At first glance the Disney Wonder looked very nice but as the days went on we began to see its age. The Wonder was the first ship in the fleet and I believe it is 16 years old. We last cruised on the Dream and believe me it was a Dream, but not the Wonder. T he service that Disney provides is without question the best, but the food ranged from nasty to just ok with the exception of the brunch we had at Palo. The activities were nice and the navigator app did a good job of keeping us informed expect for one day when they misprinted a movie show time which made a lot of people mad. The room was overall clean but missing small things like my moms room didn't have a clock and the pull handles for the drapes were missing in parts of the room and hadn't been replaced. The heat didn't work in my moms room and some sewage came up the drains in both the shower and the toilet room and after many complaints they finally fixed them without any compensation or credits. They also broke off and lost two cup holders that were attached to our double stroller. In my room the toilet would stop flushing at least once a day and then flush by itself 20 minutes later. It was extremely rocky which made all the walls in our cabin creak constantly making it nearly impossible to sleep. We had both phones play white noise to drown out the cabin noise. Disembarking was a nightmare. Customs wouldn't let anyone Im getting off now the boat until a couple of non US citizens checked in which delayed us like an hour only to learn that the express walk off people got off first and we had to wait for our luggage tag character to be called before we could leave the boat. It wasn't like that on our last cruise. So everyone was crowded into 3 lounges waiting to leave. It was a mess. Disney Cruise I love you but I will never get back on the wonder. Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: October 2015
This was a spectacular cruise. The line at embarkation was long but went fast and we boarded very easily. This was our first time on a cruise ship so we picked a short cruise but wish we had done a longer one now. The balcony cabin was a ... Read More
This was a spectacular cruise. The line at embarkation was long but went fast and we boarded very easily. This was our first time on a cruise ship so we picked a short cruise but wish we had done a longer one now. The balcony cabin was a decent size for two adults and two teenagers. The split bathrooms with a toilet in one and a shower in the other is a great idea. Dining was good and we lucked out and had a rotation of Parrot Cay, Tritons and then Animator's Palate so it seemed the dining only got better each night. The buffet lunch was good as well and there was no problem finding a seat. The service at meals and everywhere else on the ship was excellent. I had the opportunity to see a crew member handle a lost child that sought out his help and he was wonderful. The pools were crowded but I was able to get a lounge chair at the adult pool. The pool water was abnormally warm. I don't like cold water so that isn't a problem but it was hardly even refreshing and was not really even noticeable cooler than the hot tub water. Our experience was amazing and we are now sold on cruising, although I fear we may have set the standard high taking Disney on our first cruise. Read Less
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