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Tour of Disney Fantasy (Cruise Review of Best Features)

Tour of Disney Fantasy (Cruise Review of Best Features)

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Those considering a Disney Fantasy Cruise might be interested in learning what makes this cruise ship so amazing. Filled with many activities for children and adults, those taking a cruise on the Fantasy will enjoy everything this ship has to offer. 

Tour of Disney Fantasy (Cruise Review)

The Disney Fantasy is the fourth ship in the Disney Cruise Line fleet and is like a floating Disney park, filled with great experiences your entire family will enjoy. If you are planning a Disney Fantasy Cruise here are the things you can look forward to:

Disney Fantasy Atrium
Courtesy Disney Cruise Line

The Disney Fantasy is designed in an Art Nouveau-style with a notable peacock flourish both on the ceiling and on the floor. The focal point of the atrium is the massive stained-glass chandelier.

Around the atrium lobby and throughout the Disney Fantasy you will find Enchanted Art. These magical art pieces will come alive as you look at them.

Disney Port Hole RoomDisney Fantasy Stateroom

One thing that sets the Disney Fantasy apart from the older Disney ships is that 88% of the staterooms are outside rooms and most have a verandah.

This means that while more expensive than interior rooms, these outside rooms are also easier to reserve. 

If you don’t get to stay in a verandah room, not to worry. The interior rooms are pretty special too. Each one has a magical port hole that changes during the time of your cruise.

You never know who or what you may see! It is a real treat when you get to see Disney characters appear and kids love the unexpected fun!

No matter which type of Disney Cruise stateroom you stay in, all Disney Fantasy Staterooms feature a spit bath and come with plenty of closet and storage space. 

Disney Fantasy Pool Deck & Slide
Courtesy Disney Cruise Line

Disney Fantasy Pool Deck

If pool time is what you need, the Disney Fantasy offers many different options. You will find Mickey’s Pool that gives the kids an area to get wet while parents sit nearby,  Donald’s Pool which is the main pool featuring a big movie screen and a small wading pool with a fountain with plenty of shady spots to sit..

There is even a pool that is strictly for adults!

The main feature attraction on the Disney Fantasy is the AquaDuck Watercoaster.

This waterslide takes you on a ride around the ship where you will even go over the ocean for a brief period of time! 

Younger kids will enjoy splashing in the AquaLab—a water play area featuring  pop jets, geysers and bubblers.

Not only will you find pools, you will also find hot tubs to relax in (when they aren’t filled with kids) and plenty of places to grab food on the go when you want to eat poolside.

Guests of all ages will enjoy watching movies poolside while they relax in the sun (or the shade). 

Pool towels are provided so no need to pack these and there is a full bar staff at your convenience to bring you mixed beverages as you relax.

Disney Fantasy Play Areas for Kids

Disney’s Oceaneer Lab is a nautical wonderland where children ages 3 to 12 can choose their own fun.

They can spend time doing arts and crafts, gaming or taking part in some of the fun group activities.

Disney Fantasy Ship Andy's Room

In Andy’s Room, kids can experience the feeling of being toy-sized as they play among larger-than-life characters from Toy Story!

In the Oceaneer Club, Star Wars: Command Post allows kids to train with heroes of the Star Wars and go on missions against the First Order. 

Also in the Oceaneer Club is Marvel Super Hero Academy. Kids can meet their favorite Marvel superheroes and learn kids learn the ways of the mystic arts from Doctor Strange or what it takes to be a hero from Thor.

Teen Space on the Disney Fantasy

If you are travelling with teens, you will be glad to know that they have their own space on the Disney Fantasy. Edge is a loft-style tween space designed for kids 11 to 14.

They will have access to computer stations, a massive video gaming wall, dance floor and even a special porthole to watch AquaDuck water coaster.

Edge on Disney Fantasy

Older teens can chill at Vibe. Like Edge, this is a teen only zone that features plenty of space to just relax, play games and even get some sun!

Teens will love the private space to be able to be on their own and having a smoothie bar is just an added bonus! This space is only for kids 14-18.

Adult Spaces on the Fantasy

Just like the kids get their own space, adults have their own area to enjoy.

While the kids have plenty of places and spaces to enjoy, including pools and slides, adults have their own retreat at Quiet Cove Pool and the Satellite Sun Deck.

Adults can also visit Cove Café, an adult only gourmet coffee retreat where you can relax, read a book or surf the Internet.

Rainforest Room on Fantasy
Courtesy Disney Cruise Line

Senses Spa & Salon is an adult space that is built for relaxation. Choose your treatment and also take time to treat yourself to the Rainforest Room.

This space will engulf you in aromatic scents as you enjoy some pampering.  Take time to indulge in the heated, mosaic tile loungers while enjoying the ocean view.

The Disney Fantasy has two adult only dining experiences options.  Both are great for a romantic night out.

Palo features a modern Italian menu & wine list. 

Remy is a French-inspired restaurant that uses seasonal ingredients in its menu.

If you need a night out on the town, you will want to hit Europa. This space on the Fantasy has different bars and lounges that feature a European vibe. 

Restaurant Options on Disney FantasyMain Dining Restaurants on the Disney Fantasy

Enchanted Garden: Dine in a French inspired restaurant that makes you feel as though you are in an outdoor space. 

Animator’s Palate: In this restaurant guests will dine undersea with Nemo & Friends. During dinner, Crush, the surfer-dude sea turtle from Finding Nemo makes a special appearance and interacts with guests.

Royal Court: This elegant restaurant is inspired by the classic Disney films “Cinderella,” “Snow White,” “Beauty and the Beast” and “Sleeping Beauty.”  It will make you feel like you are dining in the place where princesses once lived.

Pirate Night on Disney Fantasy

Pirate Night on Disney Fantasy

During a Disney Fantasy Cruise, you will get to experience Pirate Night. This is a night when the entire cruise ship will take on a pirate theme. There will be a Pirate Dinner, Show and even Disney Characters dressed up in their pirate attire.

The night will end with a one of a kind Disney at Sea Fireworks show! 

Minnie Mouse Statue on the Disney FanstasyUnique Disney Fantasy Activities

Sweet on You ice cream shop is the place to go for an indulgent treat. This sweet shop is themed after Mickey Mouse cartoon shorts.

Like it’s sister store, Vanellope’s on Disney Dream, you will find a gelato bar, specialty ice-cream sundaes, Mickey Mouse treats and a large selection of candy for purchase. 

The Disney Fantasy is the only Disney cruise ship that has Tiffany’s on board. This exclusive store features jewelry and luxury accessories, but of course come with a steep price tag.

Bvlgari boutique also features an array of jewelry along with watches, silks and leather goods.


We hope that you enjoyed this Disney Fantasy Cruise Review. Have you had a chance to take a trip on the Disney Fantasy? What was your favorite part of the cruise ship?

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