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We traveled with a group of (9)on the Disney Wonder. We've travelled on Royal Caribbean about 12 times in the Caribbean and Mexican Riviera.

Kid's Club - Extremely disappointed. Prior to our cruise, our friends and other Disney cruisers told us that their children did not like the Oceaneer Club. At first, I thought maybe their children were the exception. The three children traveling in our group did not like the kid's club either. Ages 5, 4, and 3.

The children asked not to go to Oceaneer Club, or when we dropped them off, a counselor would page us an hour later saying that our children were ready to leave. I sat in one morning to see why this was the case. There is little structure in the activities, the counselors are overwhelmed, and it is a zoo in there. Compared to the kid's club on Royal Caribbean, our children loved the RC's kids' club and did not want to leave.

Food: The food and variety was better than Royal Caribbean, but not much better. We ate dinner in three different dining rooms, which was nice and made for a nice change of scenery

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Disney Wonder Cruise Review by Irvine Cruiser

Trip Details
  • Sail Date: April 2011
  • Destination: Mexican Riviera
  • Cabin Type: Standard Inside Stateroom
We traveled with a group of (9)on the Disney Wonder. We've travelled on Royal Caribbean about 12 times in the Caribbean and Mexican Riviera.

Kid's Club - Extremely disappointed. Prior to our cruise, our friends and other Disney cruisers told us that their children did not like the Oceaneer Club. At first, I thought maybe their children were the exception. The three children traveling in our group did not like the kid's club either. Ages 5, 4, and 3.

The children asked not to go to Oceaneer Club, or when we dropped them off, a counselor would page us an hour later saying that our children were ready to leave. I sat in one morning to see why this was the case. There is little structure in the activities, the counselors are overwhelmed, and it is a zoo in there. Compared to the kid's club on Royal Caribbean, our children loved the RC's kids' club and did not want to leave.

Food: The food and variety was better than Royal Caribbean, but not much better. We ate dinner in three different dining rooms, which was nice and made for a nice change of scenery

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