The Disney Dream has a number of areas that are for adults only – or for adults only during the evening hours, at least. I took some photos of those, too, though unfortunately didn’t have a chance to enjoy any of them. Next time…
The Quiet Cove Pool on deck 11 forward is reserved for use exclusively by those 18 or older.
Adjacent to the pool is the Cove Cafe, also reserved for those 18 and older. There’s lots of cozy chairs to sit in, and it serves specialty coffee and tea drinks as well as mixed beverages.
The Waves bar is located on deck 12 aft. While not in an adult exclusive area, it certainly caters more to adults, serving beer and other adult beverages.
The District, on deck 4 aft, is certainly the most extensive adult-oriented area on the ship. Almost all of the lounges are for adults only during the evening hours.
687 gets its name from the Disney Dream’s identification number at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Germany.
687 is a sports bar and offers family activities during the day but is reserved for adults at night.
“Pink” was one of my favorite areas. It’s really a beautiful lounge.
Pink serves a pink Tattinger champagne created exclusively for Disney. In addition to champagne cocktails and wine they serve a selection of scotches and cognacs.
Skyline will make you believe you’re looking out over the city skyline of a different city every 15 minutes or so.
The art around the room also changes to reflect the current city skyline, as does the background music.
Rio de Janiero is pictured here, there’s also New York, London, Paris, Tokyo, and Los Angeles. There are themed drinks for each locale, also.
Evolution is the adult dance club.
The decor is inspired by the transformation of a butterfly.
AllEars was invited media and guests of the Disney Cruise Line on the Christening Cruise.
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What is there for 19 year olds to do on the ship? Are there special activities? My son is questioning if he will have fun on the ship. My daughter and I was there in January and she had a blast in the tween area, but I didn’t pay attention for the 19 year old age group.
Hey there Laura, Totally jealous of your recent excursion on the “Dream”! Thanks for sharing it, we appreciate it. Got a quick question for you. We are a family of non-smokers and would like to know what the smoking policy is on board? Designated areas or?? and are all the cabins smoke free? Barb
Laura replies. Hi Barb. I’m happy to report that ALL staterooms are smoke free. Here’s the smoking policy as listed in the Navigator:
“For the comfort of our guests the following areas are designated as Smoking areas; Open decks on the Starboard Side (excluding Mickey Pool area). Smoking is not permitted on Deck 4, Starboard from 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Smoking is prohibited in all guest staterooms. Guests found smoking in their staterooms will be charged a $250 stateroom recovery fee.”
Now, what that doesn’t address specifically is the policy of smoking on stateroom verandas – that is allowed on the Magic and Wonder. Disney Cruise Line’s smoking policy info on the web site has not been updated to reflect the Dream yet, though, and it states:
“Disney Cruise Line has never allowed smoking in Guest staterooms. In addition, smoking is prohibited in all interior spaces throughout our ships. However, private verandahs and starboard-side open-air decks 9 and 10 have been designated as smoking areas in an effort to provide a cruise experience that satisfies both our non-smoking and smoking Guests. Between the hours of 6 p.m. and 6 a.m., smoking is also allowed on the starboard-side of Deck 4. The remaining hours are dedicated to those wishing to jog or walk along the Promenade.”