Majesty of the Seas 2

“OK for price but tiny cabin and mediocre food”
Cruise review of Royal Caribbean Majesty of the Seas

PhDNana
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Had read reviews so knew that the cabins were small but they were TINY! We got a great deal (4 nights out of Miami) and wanted to see Key West. This was cheaper than driving and staying overnight. Nassau and Coco Cay were also on the itinerary.

Surprised at the lack of fresh seafood and no variety. The beef dishes were actually the best items on the menus. We ate primarily in the Dining Room. Service was excellent. Windjammer buffet was fine for breakfast with a large variety of items. It was OK for lunch. We did not eat at any of the specialty locations.

Cabin attendant was excellent. Entertainment OK. Pools were crowded. Smoking in multiple places is BAD! Some locations required one to travel through a smoking area to get where you wanted to go. All ships should be SMOKE FREE!

Coco Cay was really nice as there were no other cruise ships there at that time. Beach bar-b-q/picnic was good. Restrooms were cleaned regularly!

Total disorganization in More disembarking at Key West--shame RCL, you've done this enough to know better.

We abhor tipping! Cruise lines should incorporate enough into the fees to cover the cost of paying employees enough (Holland America and so many others do it). Will probably not take another cruise on RCL for that reason. Less

Majesty of the Seas Cruises to the Bahamas


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Sail Date: September 2011
Destination: Bahamas
Embarkation: Miami
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Cabin review: Ocean View Stateroom

F35052
TINY! quiet and easily accessible

Published 10/02/11

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Majesty of the Seas Cruises to the Bahamas

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