Disney Dream deck 4 plan

Deck layout and review

Review of Disney Dream deck 4

  • Walt Disney Dream Theatre (balcony seating, level 2 of 2)
  • Buena Vista Theatre (4D cinema/capacity 399 seats, 3D movies/Dolby Surround 7.1, Dolby 3D movie technology; level 1 of 2). Disney Dream has license allowing it to show first-run movies of Walt Disney Studios in its theaters. A lineup of 4 or 5 movies play in rotation. The counter outside the theatre sells  smoothies in souvenir cups and popcorn in souvenir buckets, both for an added fee. Extra-cost beer and soda are also available. Save a few dollars and head up to Deck 11 in order to fill a cup with free soda before the show.
  • Preludes Bar (casual, quick wait-service snacks and beverages bar, serves also inside the nearby Walt Disney Dream Theatre, additional charges apply. With stations located by both theater entrances, Preludes is the spot to stock up on smoothies, cocktails, candy and popcorn (all for additional fee) before the show. A popcorn stand is also found outside Buena Vista Theater).
  • Shutters Photo Shop (photographic services, photo packages, accessories)
  • Atrium (level 2 of 3)
  • Vista Cafe (atrium indoor/outdoor bar, specialty coffees/teas, dinner cocktails, with complimentary pastries and snacks; Wi-Fi spot, laptops hire/Internet charges apply; has 1 photo kiosk. Vista is specialized in specialty teas and coffees, though it also stocks a variety of liquors for cocktails. The cafe overlooks the Atrium.)
  • Vista Gallery (fine art auctions/last cruise night)
  • D Lounge Bar & Nightclub (family bar, dance parties, animation classes, Disney trivia, family games and contests/karaoke, bingo, gameshows, etc). Live music in the Atrium leads to impromptu dance parties.
  • Portside and starboard Promenade Deck areas
  • The District (special adults only area in the night, District Lounge , 687 Sports Bar, Pink Champagne Bar, Skyline Bar, Evolution night club; also offering lite night snacks 10:45-11:45pm; list of activities: Rum-Tequila-Margarita tastings, movie quizzes, themed parties)
  • District Lounge & Bar (families and adults full service bar, live piano music and vocal entertainment)
  • District Lounge Plaza
  • 687  Lounge & Bar (sports bar serving snacks and drinks, with several flat TVs and a huge plasma with digital surround sound; has 2 private seating areas/for 4 and 5 guests). Disney Dream was the 687th cruise ship built by Meyer-Werft. Sports pub 687 is the spot to kick back with a pint of beer and watch the game. Those not interested in a TV game can grab a board game and hold their own competition. Pub grub is available ranging from US$8 for chips with a trio of dips to US$18 for tempura shrimp.
  • Restrooms
  • Pink / O'Grills Pub (adults-only cocktail and champagne bar, French Art Nouveau interior design; chocolate and alcohol tasting classes/at surcharge PP). The champagne bar is done in pink bubble decor. Passengers can toast with a bottle of the exclusive Pink Champagne.
  • Skyline Lounge (adults only signature cocktails bar, with glass walls for panoramic views and 7 LED screens portraying 7 different cities, with a professional Mixologist. Every 15 minutes, guests are in a new city.)
  • Evolution Disco & Nightclub / The Tube (dancing classes, bingo, karaoke and family games during the day, adults-only club in the night/parties, cabaret- and comedy shows). This themed nightclub is the spot to dance and is also the host to late-night adult events like '80s Music Challenge or Match Your Mate.
  • Walking/Jogging Track (2,5 laps = 1 ml).