The cuisine was outstanding. There was no shortage of ketogenic options. We typically ate breakfast in the buffet on deck 9, and dinner in one of the 3 dining rooms, which was on a rotation with different menus each night.
The Disney Wonder is one of the smaller Disney ships, which can accommodate 2.700 passengers with a staff of 2,000. I have been on a half dozen cruises and prefer smaller ships because it’s easier to get from point A to point B and it feels more intimate in the dining rooms and on deck.
The ship’s decor is Art Nouveau, with whimsical accents, such as animator drawings throughout. There are TEN dining options, which include the 3 rotating dining rooms to keep the experience fresh each night. Every dinner presents a new menu.
The scenery of Alaska of course was breath-taking. We visited Dawes Glacier, Juneau, Ketchikan, & Skagway. Lots of beautiful glaciers to behold.
If you really want to Disney-geek-out, you decorate your door! The doors work with magnets but they need to be STRONG magnets.
I love looking at all the fun creations. What a brilliant way to make it easy to for you and and the kids to find your cabin!