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- What time does dinner at Remy start on the Fantasy? I believe it is 3 hours long. Just worrying about what the kids will do if it goes on too late
- - Asked by tracey from Cape Town on 1/10/2014
- Welcome back, Tracey! Remy is one of the most elegant and wonderful experiences you can enjoy while on the Disney Fantasy, so I'm happy to hear that you are considering making a reservation there.
Remy opens at 6:00 p.m. Yes, dinner can take around three hours as you'll not want to rush through this amazing meal. Your kiddos will be able to play in the Oceaneer Club and Lab while you enjoy dinner. In fact, dinner is served to the children in the clubs, so they'll probably enjoy eating with their new friends before jumping back into the exciting programming! However, if you think that it might be just too long for them there, you might consider booking a brunch at Remy instead. On sea days, Remy hosts a delicious Champagne Brunch, which also includes an optional Champagne Pairing.
If you do opt for dinner, and you find it's getting late, don't worry too much about your kids, as the counselors know how to let them wind down. When my husband and I enjoy a late night meal at one of the Adult Exclusive restaurants onboard, our kids play to their hearts' content in the clubs. Then, in the late evening, counselors put on a Disney movie and lay out mats on the floor. We've come back to pick up our kids to find them sprawled out on the mats watching a movie, sometimes nodding off just a bit. They think it's pretty fun to be there late, and since it's vacation, we're okay about letting them stay up past their normal bedtime.
I hope that information helps as you continue planning your cruise, Tracey! Stop back again if you have other questions before you set sail! I'm happy to help!
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