Disney Dream deck 3 plan

Deck layout and review

Review of Disney Dream deck 3

  • Walt Disney Dream Theatre (capacity 1340 seats, live shows, grand-style productions, aerial acrobatics performances, 3D movies/including Disney film premieres; with 2 evening shows – at 6:15 and 8:30pm; feature shows here are: “Disney’s Believe”, “Villains Tonight!”, “The Golden Mickeys”, "Beauty and the Beast"; level 1 of 2). Old-time favorites include Peter Pan, Cinderella, and Genie from "Aladdin".
  • Preludes (wait-service snacks and drinks bar, also serving the nearby Walt Disney Fantasy Theatre/surcharge)
  • Dream’s Atrium (3-decks high central ship area with its own venues, featuring marble-carpet flooring, panoramic glass elevators, an impressively grand staircase to deck 4; level 1 of 3)
  • Mickey’s Mainsail (Disney brand logo shop- DVDs, postcards, souvenirs, toys, hats and clothes, books, games, etc)
  • Sea Treasures (duty-free brand jewelry, crystal, watches, handbags, precious stones, Disney merchandise , sport  and swimming apparel, underwear)
  • Whitecaps (duty free liquor and tobaccos, brand jewelry and perfumes retail shops)
  • Dream’s Reception (Guest Services Desk, reservations, booking, information)
  • Restrooms
  • Bon Voyage Bar (adults-only lobby bar, serving wine, beer, cocktails, open 11am-11pm)
  • Restrooms
  • Royal Palace Restaurant (forward Dining Room, capacity 696 seats, complimentary French cuisine, serving breakfast 8-9:30am, lunch 12-1:30pm and dinner, interior inspired by Disney films; specialty coffees/drinks are extra. The restaurant features hand-painted portraits of Sleeping Beauty and Cinderella. Waiters are dressed in royal clothes and there are little imperial touches everywhere, such as window treatments with crowns and a central chandelier with glass slippers. However, in comparison with the technical effects found in the other main dining rooms, Royal Palace is a bit uninspiring, with no princess stop-n-chats).
  • Animator’s Palate Restaurant (aft Dining Room, capacity 696 seats, animator’s studio design, favorite Disney characters dinner shows, dinner dress code changes nightly, complimentary drinks – coffee, tea hot or ice, fruit juice, soda; Rotational Dining, 2 fixed Dinner seatings – at 5:45 and 8:15pm. Screens in the restaurant, adorned with Disney art, easily transform into underwater world with appearances by Bruce the Shark, Crush the Turtle, Dori and Nemo. The restaurant offers contemporary Pacific Rim and American cuisine).