Originally Written: May, 2018
Updated: June, 2023
I enjoy the ease of the trip, I love that dinner is planned, we visit multiple vacation spots on one trip, and the list goes on. So many of my friends are worried about taking their toddler on a cruise–they’ve heard you can’t do pools, or they can’t do the kids club, etc. Although they may be true, I promise you they (or you) won’t miss it. I’m going to share about our Disney Dream cruise with our 2.5 and almost 5 year old and why this will be a yearly vacation spot for many years to come.
5. Room Service Saves the Cranky Kids
After a day spent at the beach and pool side you can have some hungry kids in the evening. While we got ready for dinner we would order a cheese tray, some PBJ, or some fruit. We would also order milk for the next morning for our toddler and a mickey bar or two at night. Just remember a couple dollars to tip the room service. It was so nice to have room service in the morning out on the verandah.
So next time you think you can’t vacation until your little ones are older. Think again because a Disney cruise is the absolute best vacation for the little ones–and mom and dad will love it too!