Mariner of the Seas Cruise Review by Bear1966: Mexican Riveria on a Grand Lady
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Mexican Riveria on a Grand Lady
Destination: Mexican Riviera
Embarkation: Los Angeles
This was our first experience with Royal Caribbean and will not be our last. The food, entertainment, staff and the ship itself were exceptional.
Firstly, if anyone could fault the food on offer, then they are hard to please. It was of high quality and standard equivalent to a five star hotel.
The entertainment and activities offer met the needs for all ages in our party and no one was disappointed with anything on offer.
The staff went out of their way to ensure that all your needs were met and that you were not wanting for anything.
The ship was well appointed and provided all the activities and adventure for all ages to enjoy from morning to night.
Anyone who can find fault with anything on offer is only looking for fault. I would recommend cruising with Royal Caribbean, it is unfortunate that the grand lady Mariner of the Seas will not be cruising the same region shortly as she ventures to Europe.
The value offered and the More services provided exceeded all expectations and would happily cruise with Royal Caribbean again. Less
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Cabin review: G6202
6202 Ocean view stateroom at front of ship. Plenty of room for as family of 4. Well appointed and set out facilities that meet all your requirements. Great views of the front of the ship and allowed you to watch as each port was visited.
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