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Andy's Room

If you're a fan of Disney-Pixar's Toy Story, (and who isn't!) this room is a very familiar place. Here, kids can interract with their favorite characters from the film and experience the room from a toy's point-of-view. From the characters themselves to the wallpaper, all of the room's features are larger than life so kids can actually climb through Slinky Dog's rings, assemble a life-size Mr. Potato Head or take a seat behind RC's wheel. As to Disney artwork/properties: ©Disney

Pixie Hollow

Inspired by Disney's Tinkerbell series of movies, Pixie Hollow transports children to the magical world of fairies. At the center of the room is a massive pixie dust tree surrounded by cushy acorn and mushroom stools where kids can gather for storytelling or crafts. An adjacent dress-up area allows small visitors to transform into their favorite fairy or princess while state-of-the-art computer stations provide interactive play and entertainment. As to Disney artwork/properties: ©Disney

Enchanted Garden

Dining at Enchanted Garden is truly a magical experience. During the course of each day, the restaurant's overarching ceiling changes from a brilliant blue to the golden red of sunset then to a nighttime constellation of twinkling stars. Flower light fixtures \"bloom\" and are bathed in color, decorative wall sconces fall away to become folding fans, wall paintings project a dusky illumination and the centerpiece fountain is flooded with shimmering light. As to Disney artwork/properties: ©Disney

Animator's Palate

For more than 80 years, Disney animation has delighted audiences. As Walt Disney himself said, \"I only hope that we don't lose sight of one thing - that it was all started by a mouse.\" Animator's Palate pays homage to the artistry of animation with a one-of-a-kind dining experience. When the meal begins, the walls are filled with character sketches, maquettes and colorful scenes from your favorite animated films. As dinner progresses, panels on the walls come to life allowing diners to interract with animated characters and entertaining kids of all ages. As to Disney artwork/properties: ©Disney

Buena Vista Theatre

A lavish cinema that screens first-run films — some in stunning Disney Digital 3-D — the Buena Vista Theatre's Art Deco design is evocative of the grand movie palaces of the '30s and '40s but the technology is all 21st Century. Dual stadium seating plus state-of-the-art projection and sound technology combine to create the best movie-viewing experience on the high seas. As to Disney artwork/properties: ©Disney

Oceanview Stateroom With Verandah

Well-appointed and spacious, this suite can comfortably accomodate families of three or four. Luxurious 300-thread-count Egyptian cotton bedding, 1-1/2 baths and a separate living area, perfect for family games or watching movies, combine to create a cozy home away from home. A nautical-inspired color scheme and ship-shape design touches, like world map lampshades and teak accents, are reminiscent of the golden age of sea travel. A private verandah invites guests outdoors to enjoy sweeping views of the open ocean or star-filled night sky. As to Disney artwork/properties: ©Disney

Lobby

As guests board the ship, they are transported to a place of adventure and wonder, where sophisticated design combines with Disney storytelling. The three-story lobby is decorated with original paintings, glittering glass mosaic murals and Art Deco details. A bronze statue of Admiral Donald welcomes guests while a massive 13-foot tall, 24kt-gold-plated Swarovski crystal chandelier is the lobby's stunning focal point. As to Disney artwork/properties: ©Disney

Magical Porthole

All inside staterooms feature an ingenious magical porthole, providing guests with a real-time view of the ship's surroundings that accurately reflects each stateroom's location — port or starboard. High-definition cameras on the exterior of the ship transmit live video to an LCD monitor cleverly disguised as a porthole. Be on the lookout for surprises; you never know who or what might pop up — it could be a favorite Disney character or a passing pirate ship. As to Disney artwork/properties: ©Disney

Remy

Inspired by the Disney-Pixar film Ratatouille, Remy is an adults-only restaurant that features Art Nouveau styling, an authentic French fine dining experience and spectacular ocean views. In typical Art Nouveau style, graceful, sinuous lines fill the restaurant while the tables are set with Frette linens, Riedel glassware, Christofle silverware and china created exclusively for the restaurant. The adorable Remy character appears in artful ways throughout the restaurant's design for a touch of Disney magic. As to Disney artwork/properties: ©Disney

Quiet Cove Pool

Reserved for guests 18 years of age and older, this area of the ship is a kid-free-zone where grownups can mingle and unwind. The nearby Cove Bar serves frosty beverages or guests can soak in a jetted hot tub overlooking the ocean. Relax on a plush lounge chair while enjoying a good book or cool off in the pool that offers varying depths, including a 4-foot-deep plunge pool and a 6-inch-deep sunbathing pool with built-in loungers. As to Disney artwork/properties: ©Disney

Vibe

An indoor/outdoor teens-only lounge, Vibe is the place for kids ages 14 to 17 to hang out and make new friends. With the look and feel of a hip urban coffee shop and stylish nightclub, Vibe's comfortable interior is sleek with modular, movable furniture allowing teens to relax in style. The trendy venue also features a DJ/dance area complete with multi-screen video wall and a media room for video gaming and watching movies. A lighted, multi-color disco floor and video wall set the stage for day- and night-dance parties, where aspiring DJs can spin and mix tracks. As to Disney artwork/properties: ©Disney

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