The District on the Disney Dream Cruise Ship
The District aboard the Disney Dream turns into an adults-only entertainment neighborhood each evening. After dropping the kids off with the ever-popular youth activities, venture here for dancing, drinks, comedy shows and more. The chic bars, trendy lounges and an energizing nightclub will keep adults entertained on the high seas.
Check out these “windows to the world”! A stop at Skyline will offer magical views of Paris, Rio, New York, Chicago and Hong Kong as the skylines reflect the real-time change of day into night.
Chic and cozy, Skyline’s digital fireplace will warm your soul even before your first after-dinner spirits. The seven 65-inch LCD screens display a different locale each day.
Signature cocktails, inspired by the city of the day, will entice adults to drop by each evening!
Escape to an atmosphere that feels like you are floating in a bottle of champagne. Pink is an elegant cocktail bar offering top-shelf wine, liquor and champagne.
Did you just see a pink elephant? You might not want to admit it to your fellow passengers but yes, you are indeed seeing the famous pink elephants from the Disney’s beloved “Dumbo” dancing… in the bubbles on the wall.
A Taittinger Prestige Rose is the signature champagne!
A big-city nightclub at sea! This venue has a contemporary design with a butterfly metamorphosis theme.
You’ll feel the beat as you make your way to the dance floor where the light changes with the music’s intensity. While the party is just getting started, take a look at the butterfly pattern on the ceiling.
Wallflowers may prefer to cozy up in the banquette seating that offers views of the stage and dance floor. From the tiered seating, adults can also enjoy the comedy acts, cabaret shows, themed dance parties, live musical performances and other adults-only entertainment.
687 is a modern but traditional pub with a warm atmosphere. Located next to The District, this casual venue is the place to unwind and watch live sports and major broadcast events on one of several flat screen televisions. Guests will really appreciate the 103-inch plasma screen with digital surround sound. Relax in the soft leather chairs or make your way to one of the two banquette niches, each with its own LCD screen. The banquettes are the perfect escape for small groups of four to five.
687? The number refers to the vessel number assigned by the shipyard and denoted on every piece of steel used to build the magnificent Disney Dream.
Beer lovers will love the extensive menu of international and domestic brews. Other guests will enjoy the selection of fine wines and cocktails. Try the exclusive “687” red lager – malty and slightly sweet, made with Noble hops grown in central Europe. Or stop by the pub for the special cocktail, The Shipbuilder, made with grappa, limoncello, pear vodka, agave nectar and freshly squeezed lemon juice.
Games and activities are often led by your friendly pub master!
This is where guests meet to begin their evening in The District. It’s a relaxed but stylish venue located right inside The District’s entrance.
If you enjoy live piano music and cocktails from a full-service bar, you may find yourself spending the entire evening unwinding in this cozy environment.