Customers call Disney Cruise Line’s policy change ‘a joke’
Disney Cruise Line has struggled tremendously during the COVID-19 pandemic, closing its US operations between March 2020 and August 2021.
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Now DCL is back and fans are enjoying the high seas again with Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse and the whole Disney gang. The long-awaited Disney To wish The cruise ship makes its maiden voyage from Port Canaveral on July 14, 2022, and a recent change in policy regarding adult-only dining on both the new ship and existing Disney ships has gotten some excited. guests.
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The Disney Cruise Line blog reported:
…Disney Cruise Line has an updated dress code [as of June 10, 2022] for their adults-only restaurants. The dress code update applies to Remy, Enchanté, Le Méridien and La Rose, and follows that of other adults-only restaurants, including Palo.
The new dress code is as follows:
Formal or semi-formal attire is recommended. Casual attire with a neat look is permitted (such as dress pants, jeans in good condition, collared shirts and blouses, and lifestyle shoes). Clothing such as t-shirts, swimsuits and sportswear are not permitted.
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Disney fans in the comments were less than thrilled with the update, with a commenter named Ali writing:
“Formal or semi-formal recommended” should not be in the same dress code as jeans and a collared shirt. What joke!
Another reader passing by CJ weighed in, posting:
So Rémy will be less formal… I’m not a fan of this idea. I was horrified to see someone wearing a baseball cap at Palo brunch.
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While Remy and Palo have been featured on other ships in the Disney Cruise Line fleet, Enchanted is new to the To wish. The restaurant is officially described as:
Bon Appetit from Chef Arnaud!
A gourmet menu created with top quality seasonal ingredients ensures that dining at Enchanté is always an exceptional culinary affair. Selections are specially crafted by 3-Michelin-star chef Arnaud Lallement – of L’Assiette Champenoise, near Reims, France – who also created the menus for renowned gourmet restaurant Remy on the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy.
Chef Arnaud’s menu uses high quality ingredients sourced from around the world and seasonal produce at the peak of ripeness. The result is a tantalizing collection of international dishes, all expertly presented, accompanied by an exceptional wine list and first-class service.
Brunch and desserts
In addition to fine dining at dinner, Enchanté also offers 2 other extraordinary dining experiences:
Pleasure your palate with an elegant Champagne brunch including a glass of Champagne and a French-inspired prix fixe meal, plus a decadent dessert.
Treat your taste buds to a delicious 5-course dessert menu served with coffee. This adults-only event includes an in-depth discussion with Enchanté’s Executive Chef and Pastry Chef, who will discuss the history and evolution of each sweet selection.
Learn more about Disney Cruise Line
Although 2021 cruises looked quite different with pandemic protocols still in place, Disney’s huge return to sailing is going well in 2022. The fleet’s first Triton-class cruise ship, the Disney To wishwill make its maiden voyage in July, as previously reported.
This brand new luxury liner features a one-of-a-kind system star wars Hyperspace lounge, a toy story paddling pool just for kids, and amazing Frozen and Marvel culinary experiences for the whole family!
The To wish will be the fifth ship in the DCL fleet, joining the Disney Dreamthe disney Fancythe disney Magic, and disney Wonder. She will be based in Port Canaveral and travel across the Caribbean, including stops in Nassau, the Bahamas and Disney’s private island, Castaway Cay.
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