Adventure of the Seas is a beautiful ship that is showing signs of wear and tear, but still a great ship. It is large with over 3000 passengers. Food on the ship was excellent, and the crew was phenomenal. After we left on Monday the 4th through the 5th we hit a storm and were bounced around like walking on a trampoline. After that, the rest of the sailing was calm and wonderful. The six days at sea between Madeira and St. Kitts were wonderful. Lots to do on the ship and really relaxing.
Entertainment was mixed, with a terrific show with an electronic violinist and a comedy magic/juggling act. The Royal Caribbean Singers and Dancers were wonderful also along with a group of motown/60's singers - 4 older guys - who were great!. The ice show was the best show on the cruise. The remaining shows were lackluster and below par - a "Diva" (and I use the term loosely) who was pretentious and BAD, a lackluster comedian/singer and other forgetables.
The food was really good no matter where you ate on the ship. and the Specialty Restaurant, Portofino, was fabulous, when we ate there for ther Mystery dinner show which was worth the extra cost.
We had an inside cabin but with a window overlooking the 5th deck promenade - a first time roomstyle for us. At 160 sq ft it was roomy and what I really liked about it is that the window had a couch rather than the bed which was off to the side. This made the room look larger and very comfortable. Storage space was a little lacking, though. We were not bothered by sounds from the promenade and had no trouble sleeping. I would recommend this room without a doubt.