The Carnival Dream is one of the largest ships in Carnival’s fleet. This supersized ship has 1,823 staterooms, a staff of 1,367 people and measures 1,004 feet.
- 12 x 22 feet, LED screen, seaside theater
- Thalassotherapy pool complete with massage jets
- Serenity Adult-Only Retreat
- Carnival Waterworks featuring the drain pipe waterslide and splash zone
There are many dining option aboard this massive ship. The Scarlet room and Crimson room are the main dining rooms. Here passengers are served in traditional cruise style. They will have the opportunity to choose from the 6 different soups and appetizers, 2 salads and 6 main entrees that are served each night.
The Gathering is the place where cruise passengers can benefit from a casual dining atmosphere. There they can choose from a salad bar, pasta bar, burrito bar, 24 hour pizzeria or custom made stir-fry’s courtesy of the Mongolian wok.
Wasabi is the sushi bar where passengers can enjoy fresh sushi and sake.
For those passengers that want to relax in their cabins, a complimentary, 24 hour, room service menu is available.
The Chef’s Art Steakhouse features a menu of USDA prime beef, lamb chops, lobster tail and sea bass among other delicious entrees. Advanced reservations are recommended.
Entertainment and Nightlife
Passengers can take pleasure in the nightly performances at the Encore, Carnival Dream’s main show lounge. Other entertainment options include the Jackpot Casino, Sam’s piano bar and the Caliente dance club.
The little ones will find lots to do at Camp Carnival, the ship’s supervised camp for kids from 2 to 11 years old. Young teens (ages 12 to 14) can enjoy the entertainment option at Circle “C” including dance parties, Karaoke, and late night movies. Older teens (ages 15-17) can partake of the fun at Club O2, including dances, movies and shore excursions specifically targeted to their age group.
The Carnival Dream offers some unique choices of Cabins. In addition to the usual cabin choices, they offer deluxe rooms that are designed with families in mind. These ocean view rooms feature 2 bathrooms and can accommodate 5 passengers. Another unique option is the Dream’s 65 rooms and suites that lie adjacent to the ships Cloud 9 spa. Passengers in these special staterooms have access to exclusive amenities and privileges at the spa.
Carnival Dream has the ultra fun Waterworks that features 3 water slides, including one that’s 4 decks high.
Adults can relax at the ships Serenity Adult-Only Retreat; passengers 21 and over can enjoy the whirlpools and bar service available in this kid restricted area.
Tap water, milk, juice and coffee are provided by Carnival. Other beverages are extra except at some special events like the Captain’s cocktail party, where free champagne is served. Passengers 21 and over are allowed to bring 1 bottle of wine or champagne on their carry-on luggage on embarkation day. A 10 dollar corkage fee per bottle will be charged in the main dining room and a 14 dollar fee will be charged in the Chef’s Art steakhouse.
There is a charge of 30 dollars per person for the Chef’s Art Steakhouse.