Our daughter booked our cruise because she works aboard the Infinity & knew what we'd enjoy.
We had a large cabin with a large balcony. It was magnificent! The entertainment was excellent. Our daughter, Jana, sang & played her guitar in the Cova. She is definitely an asset on the ship. The 4 young men who sang acapella were just great. We saw them singing at the Cova & upstairs on the 11th deck. The show was good as were the 4 people who played while the guests danced, again on the 11th deck. We enjoyed our breakfasts on our balcony, thanks to the room service. The restaurants were excellent as was the buffet. We ate most of our dinners in the Constellation as we found they had excellent service & few people using it at the times we were able to go to it.
We toured the ports with our daughter who knew the places to go. In Skagway, we took the train ride. It was fascinating to see where thousands of people had walked in 1898, a narrow path up a very long hill, 30 some odd miles. In Juneau we were fortunate to have my daughter's friend drive us to a glacier. It was definitely worth the drive.
All in all it was a great holiday! BUT when it was time to leave the Infinity we tried to put $600 on our daughter's account. The Guest Relations lady phoned to Finance & was told we couldn't. We then wanted to leave the envelope with the $600 in it with Guest Relations. We were told she couldn't take it & to leave it in our room. Unfortunately, we did just that. The envelope, with $600, her name & room number on it, disappeared. It never reached our daughter. We would advice all guests not to leave money for any person in an envelope on their desk. Give it to the person you want to receive it. We enjoyed our cruise & gladly tell our friends of the wonderful time they would have, cruising on the Infinity.