There are several lounges that allow for a relaxing morning, afternoon, or evening.
Disney has lounges for all ages and interests. The following is a detail of the cafés and lounges on the Dream.
This lounge is a family oriented nightclub on deck 4 midships, with a casual atmosphere and comfortable seating. Expect games and entertainment for the whole family, like karaoke, passenger participating game shows, dance parties, and contests. There is a small stage where most of the fun takes place, a DJ booth and a dance floor providing opportunities for a range of activities.
The seats are cushioned with red, orange, and purple themes, arranged around tables scattered around the lounge. Even though the ship is really new, we noticed that this nightclub has seen some heavy enjoyment. Some of the chairs and tables had seen their share of vandalism, intentional or not we could not tell.
This lounge is only open during show times. Check your itinerary for the next activity at the DLounge.
The Vista Café is a bar that serves light food and coffee throughout the day, midships on deck 4. It is a perfect place for a morning coffee or for an evening cocktail.
Decorated in the Art Decco style, this WiFi hotspot has a photo kiosk where you can sort through and print the pictures taken by professional photographers around the ship.
You can purchase different specialty coffees here, like a Frappe for $3.95, small and large lattes, cappuccinos, espresso, café mocha or a frozen cappuccino ranging between $3.25 and $4, as well as macchiatos starting at $2.25 and a chai latte for $2.95.
The Vista Café is open from 7:30am until 10pm.
An adults-only café, inspired by the luxury travels of the 1920s and 30s, placed forward on deck 11, this Art Deco lounge offers cocktails, gourmet coffees, wines, spirits, and snacks. Passengers can find magazines, books, large televisions with international news and access to the internet via WiFi.
The bar serves the same cocktails as the rest of the ship. The same specialty coffees from the Vista Café are on sale here also: A frappe for $3.95, small and large lattes, cappuccinos, espresso, café mocha or a frozen cappuccino ranging between $3.25 and $4, as well as macchiatos starting at $2.25 and a chai latte for $2.95.
There is a concierge floor but we had no access to it.
Other than the adults-only spaces, the whole ship is really a children’s area. Even so, there are a few extra designated areas just for kids, like the nursery, science lab, the Kids Club, and a kids-only deck space.
On deck 5 midships, the It’s a Small World Nursery houses children from three months to three years of age. The design is inspired by the classic Disneyland attraction. Day care requires additional charges.
Disney’s Oceaneer Club, also on deck 5 midship, is an activity center for kids just too old to be in the nursery. Here, they can dress up as a princess or a hero, play computer games, and take part in one of the many supervised theme activites.
Getting a bit older, tweens can meet other tweens in Edge on deck 13 inside the forward funnel. It’s a place to watch television, listen to explicitly censored music, play some video games, surf the internet, and participate in meet and greet activities.
The pre-adults in your crew will need a place to hang out that isn’t totally lame. Send them over to Vibe on deck 5 and they can be demure with other teenagers while they watch television, play video games, pump some jams, surf the web in the indoor and outdoor teen lounge.
There are three conference rooms on deck 4. They are rather small actually, but they can be combined into one larger room. All have a TV and the newest conference technology.
The outlook can be used as a chapel for weddings and a reception.