Once aboard, the Art Deco Atrium Lobby (pictured here) is certain to be stunning in real life, but one of the most beautiful spots—at least from preview photos we’ve seen—is the Royal Palace Restaurant. The dining room appears enchanting, with fairy tale details like chandeliers decorated with glass slippers and repeating motifs such as Princess Aurora’s tiara from “Sleeping Beauty” and the enchanted rose from “Beauty and the Beast.” We hope it will be one of our assigned dining spots during the two-night preview sailing.
When you click the link to the video above, be sure to take a look around the Disney Cruise Line site. There's a wealth of information there that any Disney fan will enjoy, such as the following Fun Facts:
- Disney Dream is approximately 40% larger than Disney Magic or Disney Wonder.
- Disney Dream has 5007 beds—over 1,900 more than Disney Magic or Disney Wonder.
- Disney Dream is 2 decks taller than sister ships, Disney Magic & Disney Wonder.