Disney Magic to Add New “Tangled” Restaurant, Adults-Only Café

Exterior of Disney Magic
Photo by Matt Stroshane

New spaces and new experiences designed for guests of all ages are coming to the Disney Magic in March 2018. From family dining in an enchanted kingdom, to a transformed teen club, to a café exclusively for adults, the ship’s newest highlights include:

An New Dining Experience for Families

At Rapunzel’s Royal Table, families will be able to take in an all-new dining experience inspired by the story of Disney’s “Tangled.” The first table service restaurant themed to “Tangled” that includes characters and live entertainment will transport Disney Magic guests to the kingdom of Corona for an evening of music and interactive fun with Rapunzel and the mischievous Snuggly Duckling Thugs.

Guests will step inside a regal ballroom in the royal castle, lit by glowing wish lanterns and adorned with colorful drawings that reflect Rapunzel’s artistic talents. Here, the King and Queen of Corona invite everyone to take part in a festive celebration of Rapunzel’s birthday and the anniversary of her return to the kingdom.

Throughout dinner, guests of all ages will be treated to live entertainment, including spirited singing and dancing led by the maître d’, a band of musicians, the Snuggly Duckling Thugs and Princess Rapunzel.

The family fun is complete with themed menus, special activities and a lively parade to cap off the evening in Corona. The new venue is a pairing to “Tangled: The Musical” – the original production that plays during each Disney Magic sailing.

Redesigned Retreat for Teens

Vibe, the space on the ship reserved for teens ages 14-17, is being transformed into an urban loft environment. At Vibe, teens can enjoy a new coffee and smoothie bar, play video and virtual reality games, and check out other activities like a DJ spin-off and movie making. Activities at Vibe are organized and hosted by trained Disney counselors.

Refined Escape Exclusively for Adults

Adults can relax at Cove Café, an adult-exclusive retreat that will be redesigned in a tropical style. Guests here can sip a specialty coffee or tea throughout the day, or have wine or a cocktail and light bites during the evening hours.

In this setting by the Quiet Cove Pool, adult beverage tastings are also available at select times for an additional fee. Nearby, the adjacent Signals Bar will also be transformed with a similar look.

Elsewhere around the Disney Magic, other enhancement highlights include the addition of Club Disney Junior in Disney’s Oceaneer Club for children and a redesigned Rainforest Room with steam and hydrotherapy in the Senses Spa for adults.

The new enhancements debut on Disney Magic starting March 9, 2018, on sailings from Miami, FL. The four- and five-night Disney Magic sailings from Miami visit Key West, FL; Nassau, Bahamas; and Disney’s private island, Castaway Cay. Beginning on May 14, 2018, the Disney Magic repositions to Europe for the summer season.

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