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  • On Feb 28, 2023
    Justine from CA Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    I am traveling on the 9 night cruise from Barcelona to Rome. I see that there are 3 rotating dinners at the table service restaurants. What Dinner options do we have for the other 6 nights? On one of those 6 nights, can we book an adult only restaurant?

    Ahoy Justine,

    How exciting that you are preparing for a Mediterranean cruise! What a fabulous itinerary with wonderful ports of call. Also, a nine-night cruise is such a great length of time to really settle in and enjoy the ship. I am so excited for you!

    You are correct, there are three main locations for rotational dining on each of the Disney ships. However, I have good news for you. You will be assigned to one of these locations for each night of your cruise. So do not worry, there is a place for you to dine each night! With a nine-night cruise, you will be assigned to each of the rotational dining locations for three nights. The menus should change over the course of the cruise, so you will also have variety in dining options even if you choose to eat only at the rotational dining locations. Another great feature of rotational dining is that your serving team will travel with you throughout your cruise. On a nine-night cruise, this will really give that serving team time to get to know you and your dining preferences!

    Another great thing about a longer cruise is that you can book some adults-only dining and still experience all of the rotational dining options. Since you are cruising a Mediterranean itinerary, I imagine you will be onboard the Disney Dream. On the Disney Dream, your options for adults-only dining are Palo and Remy. Palo has an Italian inspiration, while Remy offers French cuisine. They are both lovely and delicious, and if you can, I suggest that you go ahead and book both! If you wish to book adults-only dining, I suggest that you do so as soon as you are able as these are popular experiences that can book up quickly.

    Finally, if there are evenings that you are not up for a table-service meal, that's fine too! There are many locations for grabbing a quick bite aboard the ships, as well as the option of room service. I suggest that you check the Disney Cruise Line Navigator App while aboard for the open hours of all food-service locations on your ship as these can vary daily.

    I hope that this information was helpful for you, Justine! Have a wonderful time planning your magical voyage, and please do feel free to sail on back to planDisney with any further questions.

    ~ Mona Leigh
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Meet the Panelist: Mona Leigh, Maryland

I am a wife and mother who works in children's technology design and research. When I'm not at work or with my family, I'm often planning a Walt Disney World trip for my family or friends. I'm a Disney Vacation Club Member, and am excited to help you plan your Disney vacation!  Learn More About Mona Leigh

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