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    Ooh La La on Disney Fantasy

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Location

Disney Fantasy, Deck 4 Aft

Summary

Ooh La La is the Disney Fantasy’s champagne bar. In keeping with the name, the décor is French boudoir, with rose-colored upholstery on the walls, purple carpet, and chairs lined with gold fabric. Along one wall are a series of padded couches in ivory and green. Gold-edged mirrors and fleur de lis line the walls. A single red chair and a couple of small red-topped side tables provide a touch of bold color. The best seats in Ooh La La, though, are on the L-shaped silver couch near the main entrance. It’s the perfect private place to do some people watching.

Photo and masthead courtesy of Roger Weeks.

Another nice touch is the use of area rugs to mark off sections of seats. It’s possible to mingle within that small area, having individual conversations while still being “part of the group.” Ooh La La has three porthole windows – which we didn’t expect - with ocean views and seating below. If you visit during the late afternoon, the light from outside provides a gentle transition from day to dusk; they’re not as pretty at night.

Ooh La La’s bar, at the far end of the lounge, seats six around its black marble top. In keeping with the boudoir theme, the mirror behind the bar looks like an oversize version of one you’d find on a woman’s dressing table. And because it’s a champagne bar, hundreds of small glass bubbles fill the mirrors.

Unofficial Tip

Ooh La La’s style is definitely targeted to women – it’s the most feminine of any Disney lounge.

Ooh La La’s menu features reasonably priced champagnes by the glass and bottle. A couple of these, such as the Pommery Rosé Brut and Bollinger La Grande Année, are not found at Pink, the champagne bar on the Disney Dream. Along with these are familiar brands and bottles from Tattinger La Française to Moet et Chandon’s Dom Pérignon. A glass of bubbly starts at around $6 and goes up to $18; bottles cost anywhere from around $50 to $500.

Champagne cocktails, with fruit juices and other liquors, cost around $11, but remember The Second Law of Champagne: If it needs another ingredient, you’re drinking the wrong champagne. (The First Law: Champagne goes with everything.) Sparkling wines, and reds and whites are available by the glass and bottle, and the fully-stocked bar can mix anything you ask for.

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