The Disney Dream and Fantasy cruise ships are very similar. Many families ask us which is better? Because the ships are so similar, the main difference is the itinerary. Choose the Disney Dream if you’re short on vacation time and prefer a three- to five-night cruise to the Bahamas from Miami.
For more time on board, opt for Disney Fantasy, which sails seven-night cruises to the Eastern and Western Caribbean.
There’s never a dull moment aboard the Disney Dream or Fantasy! With a near-endless number of activities, eateries, and experiences for the entire family, it’s easy to not ever want to leave the ship.
These are 2 of Disney’s newer and larger ships in the fleet. Designed especially for families, Disney Cruise Line staterooms aboard the Disney Dream & Disney Fantasy are equipped with innovations that ensure the ultimate in comfort and relaxation for guests of all ages.
Stateroom types include inside, oceanview, verandah, and concierge rooms that also include suites. Disney keeps the larger families in mind, with deluxe family staterooms that can accommodate up to 5 guests. You can also book connecting staterooms for larger or extended families. Your PPV Inc. agent will help you decide which type of stateroom will work best for your Disney Cruise vacation.
Some categories have what are known as Deluxe Family Staterooms–— these can accommodate families up to 5. The Deluxe Staterooms sleep 3-4 guests.
All stateroom categories also have a limited number of accessible room options as well.
Relax in private quarters fitted with warm wood finishes, custom fabrics and carpeting, original artwork, crown moldings, genuine teak accents, and a private verandah for magnificent views of the sea.
Boasting even more square footage than a Deluxe Family Oceanview Stateroom, these spacious quarters let you spread out.
Click here to watch a video of a Deluxe Family Stateroom with Verandah. (sleeps up to 5 guests)
Boasting more square footage than a Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom, these spacious quarters sometimes feature 2 portholes.