We sailed on the Summit in 2007 and were anxious to revisit the refurbished vessel. The ship is in excellent condition. Our cabin in the Concierge class was impeccable with only one rather significant problem. The A/C was not adequate. Even set at it's coolest setting the room did not seem to get below 72-74 degrees. This was evident at the time of embarkation when the cabin was very warm. This was reported to the Cabin Stewart but was never adequately resolved. Some of the public areas were also warm, which leads me to think there is a shipwide problem with the A/C or they purposely keep temperatures high to save money!
The service all over the ship was impeccable. The specialty restaurants in which we ate (Normandy and Qsine)had excellent ambiance, food and service. The food in Qsine is very unique ordered from Ipads, and served to share. Foods of the world! The free style dinner seating for the Concierge class was excellent.
The itinerary of 4 Islands was More
great (Bridgetown, Barbados; Castries, St. Lucia; St. Johns, Antigua; Philipsburg, St. Maarten; Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas) Swam with the turtles in Barbados, hiked rainforest in St. Lucia, and a beach rendezvous in St. Maatern, All excellent shore excursions.
Kudos to our Cabin Attendant, Bart. Wonderful service and always a smile. Add to that he is a Christian brother, and we were blessed to meet him. Less
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