Disney’s Offerings for Adults

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Disney is, of course, one of the greatest names in entertainment.  Ever.  Almost all of us have fond memories of growing up with their books, movies, and theme parks.  And, as most of you know, they also do cruises that incorporate all Disney’s best-loved elements.

With that in mind, it’s safe to say that Disney is generally high on the list of cruises people want to take with their children.

But Disney Cruise Line is not ALL about the kids- they also have an amazing array of options onboard for adults… and straight from the line, here are some highlights!

Eat . . .

Disney Cruise Line offers dining experiences especially for adults – elegant, peaceful and designed to suit sophisticated tastes.  Palo, Disney’s signature restaurant at sea, treats adults to sweeping ocean views and exquisite northern Italian specialties, making it the perfect setting for romantic dinners and intimate gatherings.  During sea days, Palo hosts a spectacular champagne brunch.  Dinner at Remy, on the Disney Fantasy and Disney Dream, is a lavish affair with exquisite French-inspired gourmet cuisine, a world-class wine list and superb service in an elegant setting.

Cove Café is the perfect place to sit back, sip a gourmet coffee, read a magazine or surf the Web.  Light snacks are offered at this peaceful retreat located near the Quiet Cove Pool.  On the Disney Wonder, Outlook Café is a stylish retreat located high atop deck 10 where guests can have a coffee or cocktail as they peer out through floor-to-ceiling glass windows at breathtaking vistas.

Relax . . .

Adult guests can take a dip in the Quiet Cove Pool, unwind in one of the whirlpool spas, or enjoy a cocktail while relaxing in one of many poolside chaise lounges.

Vista Spa & Salon (Disney Magic, Disney Wonder) and Senses Spa & Salon (Disney Fantasy, Disney Dream) provide tranquility and pampering in ocean-view spa environments.  A menu of spa treatments and services such as massages, body wraps, facials, manicures/pedicures and hair styling are available.

In the spas’ Rain Forest, guests can experience the benefits of steam, heat and water therapy combined with the power of aromatherapy to relax the mind and body.

For the ultimate in luxury, spa villas provide a private luxury for one or a romantic retreat for two, complete with an indoor spa treatment suite, connected to a private outdoor verandah with personal hot tub, open-air shower and plush double chaise lounge for enjoying ocean views and warm breezes.

Fitness-minded passengers can take advantage of state-of-the-art exercise equipment, an area for spinning classes, Pilates and yoga instruction, and personal consultations with professional trainers.

On Disney Cruise Line’s private island, Castaway Cay, Serenity Bay is a pristine stretch of beach exclusively for adults, located almost a mile from the main family beach.  At Serenity Bay, sparkling turquoise waters meet pristine white sand, palm fronds sway in the breeze and plenty of comfortable lounge chairs and two-person hammocks dot the beach.

For the ultimate in relaxation, adults can enjoy a therapeutic massage at one of the nearby cabanas overlooking the ocean.  And there is no need to head back to the main beach for refreshment – a delectable lunch buffet, Bahamian specialty drinks, beer and mixed drinks are served at the nearby Castaway Air Bar.

Play . . .

The nightclubs at Europa (Disney Fantasy), The District (Disney Dream), Beat Street (Disney Magic) and Route 66 (Disney Wonder) offer nighttime entertainment just for adults.  Sophisticated bars and lounges, casual pubs and trendy clubs afford adults the chance to enjoy live nighttime entertainment, cabaret shows, game shows, dancing, live satellite sports broadcasts and more.  Palate-pleasing delights include specialty cocktails, fine wines and spirits, champagne and an eclectic array of domestic and imported beers.

Enrichment . . .

An engaging and sophisticated series of adult enrichment is offered aboard Disney Cruise Line.

The Disney Innovations seminar showcases the greatest innovations that The Walt Disney Company has brought to animation and themed entertainment.  Roy E. Disney, Walt Disney’s nephew, was instrumental in the development of the series, providing personal commentary and a unique perspective on many of the innovations featured in the program.

On Disney Behind-the-Scenes, guests tour the ship’s galley, find “hidden Mickeys” and learn how Imagineers blended classic ship design with distinctly Disney elements to create the magic of Disney Cruise Line.

During Disney’s Art of Entertaining, guests learn the secrets behind enchanting entertaining and dining experiences, and meet with experts for tips in creating everything from dazzling desserts to floral masterpieces to the perfect wine pairing.

During the From Stem to Stern wine tasting, guests learn to sip like a pro by meeting with one of the ship’s sommeliers and sampling wines from around the world.

The Art of the Theme Show, developed in partnership with Walt Disney Imagineering, is an in-depth ship tour that looks at some of the amazing design details, creative inspirations and storytelling that are a part of each Disney cruise ship.

Weddings and Honeymoons . . .

Whether saying “I do” for the first time, taking part in a commitment ceremony or renewing vows, Disney Cruise Line provides a happily-ever-after setting like none other.  Couples can exchange vows in an ultimate romantic beach-side ceremony on Disney’s private island, Castaway Cay, or onboard the ship.

Find out more about Disney Cruise Line.


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