Cruise to Catalina Instead of Ensenada: Carnival Elation Cruise Review by jpg1747
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Cruise to Catalina Instead of Ensenada
Embarkation: San Diego
I had a spacious 1A cabin - it was perfect for one person. Never met my cabin steward, but he did a great job. I haven't had an inside cabin for a while, but it was fine for a short cruise. Room service every morning was a nice way to wake up.
I had late dining and was assigned to a table for 8. We were only 3 for dinner but my dining companions were very pleasant and we had a great time. Our waiter and assistant were terrific. I also ate in the dining room for breakfast and lunch on the sea day - all very good. At the buffet, I prefer the grills and pizza to the other offerings.
I didn't do much as far More as activities went, preferring to spend most of the days on the adults only serenity deck. I saw a couple of shows, which were good and visited a couple of the lounges for karaoke and other music. I spent just enough time in the casino to make a small deposit - rare for me since I usually win.
Embarkation and debarkation were quick and easy. I carried my one small roll-on on and off myself. Less
Cabin review: 1AU175 Interior Upper/Lower
1A-U175: Very spacious and quiet inside cabin. No outside traffic. Located aft at the end of a center hallway. Lots of closet and storage space. Bed was wonderful. Adquate bathroom and shower. As this is an older ship there is only one outlet and no hair dryer. I would choose this cabin againRead All Interior Upper/Lower (1A) Reviews >>
Port and Shore Excursions
This is a tender port. The ride over was very short and the guide was very informative. I was only there long enough to pick up another book to read and get a fabulous one hour massage at the day spa at the Hotel Metropole. I highly recommend this place for those who like spa treatments.