A TikToker shared what it was like staying on a Disney cruise ship.
Travel vlogger Nicole Renard gave her 2.1 million followers a peek at her room on a Disney cruise. The spacious dwelling had a stunning view and plenty of room for two guests. Renard said the room, along with Disney’s hospitality, was “amazing.”
“This room was way bigger than I thought it was going to be,” Renard said. “As you walk in, you have this giant queen bed. It is so soft and fluffy.”
There was also a large sofa, dining area and a bottle of champagne with a charcuterie platter waiting for her. The amenities weren’t the only thing that impressed her; she also appreciated the great customer service.
“One of the things I love about Disney cruise lines is that everyone is so nice,” she said. “The lady that took care of our room every day was always so kind. She wrapped our cords up, made little animals out of the towels and put them on the bed and even left little chocolates on the pillow.”
She also had her own personal deck for a private view of the ocean.
“We had our own personal deck where you could see the view. This was so amazing when we were sailing on the sea,” Renard said.
The cruise room had two separate bathrooms, one with a toilet and one with a shower, which made it easy for getting ready.
Some praised Disney while other users pointed out that the room Renard stayed in wasn’t a standard room.
“That’s not the standard room the standard room is the size of a closet,” a person wrote.
“Disney cruises are the best. Rooms are great. Staff is amazing,” a user said.
“This is making me so excited for my upcoming Disney cruise,” another commented.
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