Grandeur of the Seas Cruise Review by oldguysandgalls: A Grand Cruise on the Grandeur of the Seas
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A Grand Cruise on the Grandeur of the Seas
Well....(with 7 cruises already under our belt ), we just came back from a 9 day cruise on The Grandeur of the Seas, sailing out of Baltimore Nov.5th-Nov. returning on Nov.14th.
What a wonderful, elegant and well appointed ship, truly, truly GRAND.
We had a large interior stateroom on deck 8, while Trevor our stateroom attendant tended to every detail.
We had all our meals in the Windjammer Cafe, because we like the freedom of eating whenever we like. The food in the Windjammer was outstanding in variety, taste, and presentation. Imagine sitting at a table by the giant windows surrounding the entire Windjammer Cafe, overlooking the ocean before your very eyes. It was magical.
The shows in the Palladium Theater were outstanding, SRO on all nights.
The lounges were a joy to spend time in, like the Schooner Bar, the Vking Lounge, the tinkling of the piano keys, the ambiance...aaaaaaaaaaah how we long to get back.
The More ports of call, San Juan, St Thomas, Samana, and Labadee, were breathtakingly beautiful.
The crew of the Grandeur of the Seas are all smiles, and very professional, respectful and helpful in every way.
Embarkation and disembarkation was a breeze.
Hope to sail you again soon Grandeur of the Seas. Less
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We had a large inside cabin on Deck 8, well laid out, plenty of storage space and the best thing was it was just one deck below the Windjammer Cafe, on Deck 9.We just walked up one set of stairs and....voila, there we were.
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