Great cruise to get away from the awful winter we have had. The first evening we celebrated our 30th anniversary. The wait staff came to our table with a slice of cake for us and sang "Happy Anniversary" to us. 5 years ago we celebrated on a carnival ship, (both cruise lines were informed before that we would be celebrating) nothing from them. I went and bought a cake from their bakery and the people at our dinning sang to us. So we were pleasantly surprised by the staff and the cake, Loved being treated Royally WOW!
The cruise was during college spring break and the ship had it's share of spring breakers onboard. I had no problems with them, they are kids getting away for a good time.
The food in the My Fair Lady dinning room was very good and the coffee is great. The only complaint is one evening, I ordered the seafood meal the scallops, and clams were very good but the fish tasted as if it came out of a box. All other meals were very good. The windjammer buffet was typical buffet food but we thought the fresh fruit and vegetables were excellent.
Room was very clean and room steward did a great job keeping it clean. The only complaint is that there are only two 110v outlets available in the room. I have sleep apena and use a cpap machine to sleep, we use a fan to create white noise to sleep to. So we could not charge any devices over night because the all of the outlets were being used. Highly recommend you bring a power strip or multi outlet connector to offer more outlets.