Disney Fantasy Brings Golden Age of Cruising and Fun for All Ages

The interior of the Disney Fantasy brings back the golden age of cruising. But don’t worry about drinking with your pinky finger up or acting dignified every moment. Instead, plan on smiling, laughing, dancing, and acting goofy because Disney cruises are for all ages. The Disney Fantasy’s decor and activities create the perfect format for adults, children and all types of families.

Disney Fantasy Chandeleir

From the lavish lobby, decked out in the art nouveau style, features a glorious stained glass chandelier and the bronze statue of Mademoiselle Minnie Mouse. The atrium will take you a while to see each detail. When you look closely, you’ll see the combination of formal and fun. For example, the grand piano and the high fluted columns are surrounded by hidden Mickeys around the balconies and in the metallic artwork high along the walls. This is a suggestion of what is to come during your cruise.

Disney Fantasy Mademoiselle  Minnie

The Golden Age of Cruising – Formal Activities on the Disney Fantasy

  • Enjoy a romantic dinner at the adult only Palo or Remy restaurants.
  • Dress up and spend time in Europa, the adults-only entertainment district, which contains five nightclubs.
  • Relax and get pampered in the Senses Spa and Salon with a massage, aromatherapy or other service.
  • Feel like royalty during High Tea in Palo.

Fun for All Ages – Casual Activities on the Disney Fantasy

  • Play the Muppets Adventure Game and expect laughter.
  • Splash on the AquaDuck Water Slide or get wet in any of the four family pools or water play areas.
  • Take in one of the Broadway style musical stage shows with familiar Disney characters.
  • Dress up like a pirate and party during Buccaneer Blast. Enjoy the fireworks and don’t forget to dance.

Disney Fantasy Alladin Show

The Disney Fantasy will soon offer a 7-Night Eastern Caribbean cruise in April and 7-Night Western Caribbean cruises in November. Couples, single adults, families, groups of friends and multi-generational families will enjoy the romance of the grand days of cruising and the excitement of creating new memories on the Disney Fantasy.

My 3-Night Disney Fantasy Inaugural Cruise, shipboard credit, a small stipend and a welcome package was provided by TravelingMom.com. All opinions are my own.

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  1. I have always wanted to go on a Disney Cruise. Would have been nice while my daughter was younger. I’ve really enjoyed your tweets, and FB updates.
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    • Thank you, Jen. I can tell you that my older daughter went on a Disney cruise when she was in her early 20’s and loved it. We’re planning on another one as an extended family. Age doesn’t matter!

  2. Oh this would be a dream come true for me!
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  3. That light fixture is gorgeous! I would love to try a Disney Cruise – but I think I need a little one to take to enjoy it fully. I’m going to have to borrow someone’s child LOL
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    • I’ll go as your little one, Robyn. You know how excited I get with everything Disney. Honestly, there’s something for all ages.

  4. I have never taken a cruise. I know. I think this might be good for my first time. There seems to be so much for everyone to do.

  5. wow what a wonderful trip to win, we were on the dream a last year. love to go back. How did you get hooked up to do this..

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    • The cruise was actually a media event for bloggers, journalists and those in the travel industry too. I was invited to go by TravelingMom.com where I also blog.

  6. Oh, this sounds lovely. Just lovely. I’ve always wanted to go on a Disney Cruise. But I no longer live near a port. Boo.
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  7. That chandelier is stunning. I have always wanted to go on a Disney Cruise. I think my kids would have the time of their lives.
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    • Every time I walked through the lobby, I’d look up at that chandelier. It was one of my favorite light fixtures on the ship. I hope you get to enjoy a Disney cruise one day, Shana.

  8. Marla Zickefoose says:

    Sounds amazing!I hope to take a Disney cruise soon!

  9. That looks amazing! Absolutely amazing.
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    • It was hard to find the words to describe how beautiful the decor is on the ship, Jessica. I learned how much detail and time went into the design and was shocked.

  10. Sounds like it’s a vacation for everyone no matter what your taste is fancy or casual, couples or families.
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  11. We so want to do a Disney cruise! It sounds like fun. Waiting until the kids get a little older to make sure they enjoy it.
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  12. That looks so beautiful and fun
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  13. Adriene says:

    I bet this is really expensive? I am actually not sure if I can afford this with the whole family I have…Anyway, looks like a great adventure!

  14. Some day I’ll go on a Disney cruise

  15. Wow! This sounds like a great cruise to take. I was actually going to take a cruise with some family in August. However, I don’t think I’m going to be able to do that now. Besides, it wasn’t Disney. 🙂
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  16. This sounds like a ton of fun!
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  17. wow that light looks like something out of the Titanic. amazing!
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  18. So much fun! Loved reading about your cruise experience.
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