Chose this cruise because of it's Itinerary but one of the better port stops was taken of and replaced by a lack lustre Labadee. This answer I quickly came to embrace when we docked and found the Liberty of the Seas next to us and already letting their passengers off. So me and the Wife decided to stay on board. This ship was supposed to of had a refurb but did they sort the toilets, no they didn't has ours kept on filling up instead of draining away, eventually being fixed. They might have changed things but to the expense of other facilities. I do like to use the gym but found this one breaking health and safety rules etc... you don't have a through walkway in a gym for passengers that wanted to get to an outside deck carrying food and drinks and not intending to use the gym. Also stretching out with weights and almost clouting people as they walk past, hence having to stop doing this work. First gym I have been in without a drinks fountain for dehydration. The gym is too SMALL and has out of date equipment. Outside railings of this ship could do with taken down and replaced they look as though they came of a rust bucket. Waiting and booking a table in Chops Grille was awful but once in food was good. On saying this our cabin steward was excellent.
Having travelled on many of their ships this one needs taken out of service and having a proper looking at or putting to the ships graveyard come on Royal Caribbean you can do better.