Romance on Disney Cruise Line

Disney Fantasy

Welcome to this month’s Blogorail Red Loop. Today we are sharing where you can have a date night and find romance at Disney


When we decided to go on a Disney Cruise for our 10th wedding anniversary a lot of people wondered why. A cruise sure but Disney? Isn’t that more for kids? Disney Cruises are perfect for a family get away but they are also perfect for Disney loving couples. We had an amazing time and couldn’t be happier with our choice. There are plenty of things to see and do away from the kids.

Gifts & Amenities

Romance for Two Disney Cruise Line

Disney Cruise Line offers several packages that you can order prior to sailing. We added the Romance for 2 package that included two Disney Cruise Line robes, a bottle of Prosecco, a box of chocolates and a red rose. Everything was waiting for us in our stateroom when we boarded. It was a nice to add a little something to celebrate our anniversary. The robes are really nice and make a great souvenir.

Palo and Remy

Palo Brunch

Palo, which is on all Disney ships, and Remy, on the Dream and Fantasy, are the two adult-exclusive restaurants on board. Both restaurants are always on our must do list for dinner.

Remy Brunch

If you are on a cruise with several days at sea you can also attend brunch at both restaurants. We did both for the first time and now we’re hooked! Just keep in mind that reservations are required at both restaurants, there is a dress code, and additional charges.

Concierge Level

concierge Sun Deck Disney Fantasy

For the ultimate romantic getaway consider sailing on the concierge level. Our anniversary cruise was our first experience and we are now spoiled! On the Fantasy our room was located near the adult-exclusive pools, sun deck, and spa. The concierge lounge and sun deck are family friendly we were the only ones around a lot of the time. It was fun to be pampered and made our celebration even more special.

Adult Only Areas

Disney Fantasy

Several areas on Disney’s ships are reserved for those 18 and over. We’ve enjoyed visiting the Cove Cafe on the dream, Satellite Falls on the Fantasy, and the sun decks. There are also nightclubs and lounges on each ship for adults to enjoy. Castaway Cay also has an adult exclusive area, Serenity Bay.

I’m not a spa person but there are several options for couples including the Senses Spa Villas which offer an indoor treatment suite, a private outdoor verandah, hot tub and chaise lounge. Or do what I do and let your spouse enjoy the spa with a pass for the duration of your cruise. đŸ™‚

Beverage Seminars

Stem to Stern Wine Tasting

Another great adult-exclusive activity are the beverage seminars. We attended the Stem to Stern Wine Tasting where the sommelier from Palo taught us about several different types of wine and the Chocolate and Liquor Tasting which paired dark, milk, and white chocolate with wine, champagne, and scotch.

Chocolate and Liquor Tasting

Offerings vary on each sailing but you can experience wine, champagne, beer, and martini tastings to name a few. I really want to try out the Mixology seminar next time. Check the navigator when you get on board to see what is being offered and to find out where to sign up. There is a fee for each seminar but they are worth it!

Anniversary Extras

Palo Brunch

If you are celebrating an anniversary or another special occasion make sure to note it on your reservation. We received anniversary buttons, a special dessert at dinner where our servers also sang to us, the beautiful plate above during our brunch at Palo, and a special towel surprise in our stateroom one evening.

Disney Fantasy

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7 Comments

  • Reply melanie March 1, 2016 at 11:47 am

    I had no idea that there was a concierge level on the cruise! Sounds like a dream.

  • Reply Mary February 21, 2016 at 8:05 pm

    I am in. đŸ˜‰

  • Reply Leslie Harvey (@TripsWithTykes) February 16, 2016 at 11:07 pm

    Have still not been on a Disney cruise, but this is making me want to leave the kids behind when I do manage to schedule one! đŸ˜‰

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  • Reply Melanie February 7, 2016 at 12:28 pm

    Disney definitely knows how to cater to adults. Though our kids would revolt if we didn’t take them – and they are all teenagers. However, they get their own stateroom now. I know we’ll keep sailing DCL even after they are grown.

  • Reply kim051172 February 4, 2016 at 3:34 pm

    We have now gone on several Disney cruises for our anniversary including our most recent one this past November. The thing I love about the Disney cruises is that we can have romantic or fun adult time and know our son is having fun in the clubs or we can do things as a family. In fact, because I spend so much time in the adults-only areas (especially the spa), I see few kids on a Disney cruise than I have on other cruise lines. The kids are too busy with their own activities to bug mom and dad!

  • Reply baseballmickey February 4, 2016 at 12:33 pm

    Our first cruise together as a couple was a Disney Cruise. You’re absolutely right that there are plenty of adults-only things to do. In my opinion, a Disney Cruise is perfect because it lets you choose when to be an Adult and when to be a kid too!

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