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27 Disney Miami Cruise Reviews

I "Wonder" why we didn't do this sooner! Oh, I know. The cost! This ain't cheap, but it IS something you have to do for your kids. Overall, I was very satisfied (except for the weather, which we know is uncontrollable). ... Read More
I "Wonder" why we didn't do this sooner! Oh, I know. The cost! This ain't cheap, but it IS something you have to do for your kids. Overall, I was very satisfied (except for the weather, which we know is uncontrollable). The ship is lovely and well-maintained. No matter where you were or who you bumped into, the staff always had a smile and friendly face. Getting to see all the characters without having to wait in hours-long lines is a great perk. The food was very good, the stateroom was nice, the movie theater awesome, and the kid's club was very good. Dining: I love the idea of going to different dining rooms each night and having your waiter follow you. Much better than going to the same place every night like on other cruises. By night #2, our servers (Eddie and Desmon) knew that each of our (3) kids wanted a bowl of strawberries, and that I wanted lemon in my water. The buffets were well-stocked and yummy, and the pizza and grill by the pool were great options, as was Goofy's Galley with wraps and salads. Oh, and the ice cream machines were fun! Palo was well worth $25 per person. Our server, Felice, was the best I've seen in any restaurant. I truly felt like a valued customer and the food was great. Overall, the food was very good everywhere on the ship - better than I thought it would be. You are never wanting for anything because you can get everything! Nightly shows: Toy Story was top notch! Golden Mickeys was cute. The theater itself is very nice. The room itself was rather nice, but its location on the ship not so much. This cabin is in the rear of the boat, with close proximity to the rudders, etc., so we heard quite a bit of noise at terrible, middle-of-the-night hours. Choose a room more in the center of the ship so you can actually sleep! As for the room, Disney is great with 2 baths...one has a shower and sink, and the other has a toilet and sink. This worked well for our group. However, since this is so kid-centric, it was very surprising that there were no step stools in either of the baths. I suggest that they install flip-back stools below the sinks in both baths. The sleeping areas were good - as soon as my son noticed there was a flip-down bed, that's where he wanted to sleep. And though there was only a curtain separating him from our bed, at least it was heavy-duty. Our stateroom host, Nerine, was FABULOUS. Always had a smile, kind word for us, and always left our room perfectly made-up. Immigration in Key West: though the line moved rather quickly (for an adult), there was not enough staff on-hand to direct the flow of people. Most people on line were questioning if they were where they were supposed to be. Plus, since nearly everyone had kids with them, it was tough to wait in line with them. Read Less
Sail Date January 2014
Cruising with Disney was a big dream for my family. We took advantage of a great deal they had offer that allowed kids to sail for free. So we went in the month of April of 2013 from the port of Miami. Check-in was easy and fast. we got on ... Read More
Cruising with Disney was a big dream for my family. We took advantage of a great deal they had offer that allowed kids to sail for free. So we went in the month of April of 2013 from the port of Miami. Check-in was easy and fast. we got on we didn't have to wait very long to get our room. We had an inside cabin and it was just fine. We were 2 adults and 2 children of age 10 and 6 years. My kids enjoyed every minute in the kids club. They also loved the pools and we were able to let them go around from pool to pool back and forth and it was safe. it was also easy to watch them with out having to follow them. Breakfast was great but we didn't like the fact that the time was very limited. Over all we didn't like the food and there was not many choices but fast foods. Ice cream machines were closed very early and didn't give us a chance to for an ice cream at night. The shows were all very amazing. There was an area just for adults and it was the best because my husband and I were able to relax. Shops had very expensive things. Entertainment was great everywhere we went. Unfortunately our kids didn't get to enjoy the Disney characters unless we got in lines that sometimes we had to stand on for more then 1 hour. We were in line to get a picture with captain Hook and so by the time we had our turn, they had changed to Peter Pan. Don't waist your time on those lines unless you absolutely need to or an opportunity comes up. Disney's private island was the most amazing place. Everything was organized and they had the most delicious fruits. Ice cream machines were available everywhere and tour were awesome. We all loved the ship because it's not so big and it's very safe and family friendly. I just hope they offer kids to sail for free again so we can have another chance to cruise with Disney. Read Less
Sail Date April 2013
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