Disney Dream Review

4.0 / 5.0
784 reviews

Food is great, service is great, entertainment is great

Review for the Bahamas Cruise on Disney Dream
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2-5 Cruises • Age 30s

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Sail Date: Aug 2019
Cabin: Concierge 1-Bedroom Suite with Verandah
Traveled with children

Free, high-quality food (except bar drinks, obviously) there were 4 restaurants on this ship. One is a buffet open only for breakfast with a wide variety of options. (Again, entry is free!) There is a grill, pizza place, and a salad bar open after breakfast and multiple soda fountains on Deck 11. The other 3 restaurants are open only for dinner except on the last day, and during dinner, you have the same (fun) waiters assigned to you and ready to serve. The menu has a lot of options and it's all free. Dinner consists of an appetizer, main course, and dessert. Now the rooms are kind of narrow but like dinner, the same person does your room and they are fun! In the morning the set it up so that it is spacious and at night the couches are turned into beds, and in my room with three kids, there are panels in the ceiling that become beds and the room service person makes animals out of the towels and usually gives you chocolate. Also, the shows are beautiful and on this ship, they invited Charles Peachock, winner of America's Got Talent to do his tricks. Also, note that it is hard to get lost on this ship for its massive size and it has a lot of age-fenced clubs for your kids to hang out. Also, the ship stopped at a pretty, disney-owned, private island.


-Ship: Really big, I compared ships at the port

Cabin Review

Concierge 1-Bedroom Suite with Verandah

Cabin 00T

Nice interior, everything cleaned up nicely, cleaners are fun and make animals out of towels

Port Reviews


white sand, clear beaches

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