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Wendy
10-09-2012, 08:16 PM
An elegant Champagne Brunch is now being served at Remy onboard two Disney Cruise Line ships Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy. The brunch, featuring French-inspired cuisine, is available during at-sea days on sailings of 4-nights or longer.

Remy Champagne Brunch costs $50 per person for Guests ages 18 and older. A wine pairing is also available during brunch for an additional $25. At this time, Guests may only book reservations for the Remy Champagne Brunch while onboard. The ability to pre-reserve the Champagne Brunch online is planned for the near future.


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keith
10-09-2012, 08:30 PM
Oh I'd love that :yes:

One of the things that worries me about the Disney Cruiseline is whether it's all kiddie oriented :/ whereas we would prefer things like this champagne brunch

uscwest
11-09-2012, 10:44 AM
Oh I'd love that :yes:

One of the things that worries me about the Disney Cruiseline is whether it's all kiddie oriented :/ whereas we would prefer things like this champagne brunch

Keith, while none of the Disney Cruises are "Kiddie Oriented" they all offer fantastic programs for kids while parents can go off and do adult things.

catrancher
11-09-2012, 12:21 PM
One of the things that worries me about the Disney Cruiseline is whether it's all kiddie oriented :/ whereas we would prefer things like this champagne brunch

No worries there Keith. The Disney cruises have something for everyone. Kids have their areas, teenagers have theirs and the adults even have theirs. Like Remy and Palo are adults only, there's also an adults only pool area, as well as several adults only entertainment venues (bars if you must know). Certainly, there are children around. Especially when you're out and about just before dinner or the shows but other than that, while you see them all over the ship, they're certainly not overwhelming.

Of course, traveling with the correct dinner mates makes the chance of having children at your regular dining table much less. :wink:

Tom (:macwave:... you know where I'll be. :bar:)

Slowhand
11-09-2012, 05:53 PM
Of course, traveling with the correct dinner mates makes the chance of having children at your regular dining table much less.



I`ll second that! :wink: