Greetings fellow Mouse Fans!
One noticeable difference between the Disney Dream and the Disney Fantasy is Europa – the adult-only nightlife section of the ship. Known as The District on the The Dream, Europa offers a variety of lounges and nightclubs perfect for a grown-up evening out while onboard.
The hub of Europa is La Piazza, a carousel-themed bar surrounded by booths, and other creative Italian-inspired seating. Including a Vespa and side car. Ciao! Meeting a group for drinks? This is a great place to start your evening.
We sailed during March Madness with a die-hard UNC fan in tow so on game nights, we could be found in O'Gills, the Irish Pub. This cozy pub features a glossy, dark wood bar, a signature Irish Cream, and high def TVs to catch all the games.
Ready to dance the night away? The Tube is where you want to head. With whimsical touches borrowed from London (red phone booths and all), the dance floor is full of guests dancing to the beat of the DJ-provided tunes.
Looking for something a little more romantic? Ooh La La, the champagne bar, is perfect. Reminiscent of a Louis XIV-era French boudoir, this intimate spot is ideal for an evening tryst.
There are other spots for adults looking to enjoy a cocktail – Meridian between Palo and Remy on Deck 12, Skyline also located in Europa on Deck 4, and the Cove Cafe on Deck 11, all offer delicious drinks and quiet conversation away from the hubbub of the rest of the ship.
Be well and make magic wherever you go!
(Photos courtesy of Keri M!)