Radisson - Port Canaveral We booked the stay and cruise package and were very pleased with both the accomodations at the Radisson and also the ease of using their shuttle both to and from the port facility. We would stay here again anytime.
This was our first Royal Caribbean cruise. Going into this trip we knew that this was an older ship that is entering retirement in 2013 so we went into this with the attitude that we would "not judge". I had read reviews about how small the staterooms are, but really could not get a grip on it until we were actually standing in the room. Hubby is 6'4" and and had a very upclose and personal view of the ceiling. Please note that the low ceiling height was not just in our stateroom, but also in many of the common areas.
Windjammer Lido deck -- was lacking in a couple of ways. You are unable to provide yourself with ice. Repeat, there are no ice machines on this cruise ship that enable you to fill a glass for yourself. You must beg someone at a bar or your room steward to help you out. The "drink" dispensers are the old school plastic spigot that are generally empty. The food in the Windjammer was just not appealing and it is very bland and just lacking in taste.
Just to see if the food in the Windjammer was a fluke, we tried room service and it was equally bland. The only saving grace was that we ate both breakfast and dinner in the Vincent dining room.
The brightest note on this ship was the cruise director, "BingBong, Marc".
Just a very funny guy with an ease with making you laugh without trying too hard. The 70's review in the Boleros is quite entertaining, but you will need to arrive early to get seats.