We sailed March 2 and everything was wonderful. I really truly cannot thing of a bad thing to say about this ship. We were in the Aqua class which is worth every penny and we did not do any of the spa services and it was still worth it!
We got on the ship fairly early and had no problems. They asked to go to deck 14 for lunch and they would announce when our cabin would be ready. The cabins were ready by 1:00 and we were still trying different foods! Our cabin was decent size for a cruise ship and the balcony had 2 nice chairs with footstools and a small table. There were two bottles of champagne waiting for us and fresh flowers! Each night we got six canapes while we got ready for dinner. The cabin was always clean and ready for us, we were well taken care of.
We could eat in Blu restaurant because of our cabin class. It is a medium size place -- maybe seats 150 -- and has its own galley and menu. The menu is full of very healthy foods and some "not so healthy", all were wonderful as was the service. We ate in Blu every night and also for breakfast. It is not open for lunch but the Aqua cafe is and their food is amazing. Blu alone is the reason to stay in Aqua Class.
The Persian Gardens speak for themselves, an amazing experience.
Leaving the ship was very easy considering there are 3000 people trying to get off. Once a porter saw I had some trouble walking a wheelchair appeared and since our car was close to the ship he took our luggage all the way to the car and put it in for us. The wheelchair had to stop at the curb and he could not go across the street. I did tip the porter $20 when I first saw him and gave him $10 when we were done -- you get what you pay for! I also gave our cabin steward $10 when we first met her, it paid back a lot.
I could go on and on but I think you get the idea.