Deck 3 on the Disney Dream or Disney Fantasy is a hub of activity. Although no guest rooms are located on Deck 3, the entire deck is devoted to shopping, dining and entertainment. This Deck is home to the Walt Disney Theater, where guests will find original Broadway-style shows and other quality entertainment. Two of the main dining rooms are on this level as well — Animator’s Palate on both Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy and Royal Palace (Disney Dream) or Royal Court (Disney Fantasy). Although the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy are sister ships, they are not identical in design, and Deck 3 is where the differences are most noticeable. The Disney Dream is modeled after the Disney Magic and has a more subtle Art Deco design. The Disney Fantasy is modeled after the Disney Wonder and has an Art Nouveau style with vibrant patterns and designs. Guest Services can also be found on Deck 3.
Disney Dream/Fantasy Deck Plan – Deck 3
Deck Plan Key
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