Cruise Critic, the world’s largest cruise reviews site, has announced the winner of it’s 2015 ocean cruise lines editors’ picks awards.

Coming in with a win in the category for Best State Rooms was the Disney Cruise Line.

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“On Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy, all inside cabins have windows — “magical portholes” with virtual ship-cam views enhanced by animated characters floating past. Add in split bath-and-a-half setups, room-dividing curtains and beds to sleep a family of four, and it’s easy to see why these industry-large 200-square-foot rooms get our nod.” Writes Cruise Critic

They continue to say “Disney Cruise Line’s four ships are family-friendly, offering the elaborate Walt Disney Theater, which resembles a plush Broadway house, and the Buena Vista Cinema, which features Disney flicks. Studio Sea is styled like a television sound stage and offers a forum for G-rated floor shows on Wonder and Magic; a similar venue is called the D Lounge on Dream and Fantasy.

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The line also features “Disney Digital 3-D” aboard Magic and Wonder. It’s a cinema experience that uses lasers, fog, streamers and special lighting effects in the onboard theater.

The main pool areas on all four ships are geared toward families; there’s a pool for younger kids with a 200-ft. Mickey water-slide, and a small sprinkler tub for toddlers. An adults-only pool exists as well on Magic and Wonder, though on Dream and Fantasy the grownup area encompasses several decks and bars.”

Read the full review HERE.

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