After trying many other cruise lines...I came always come back to Rccl...mainly as they have the best loyalty programme.
The ship is in need of some modernisation but is kept spic and span by its house keeping staff and cabin ...
We chose this cruise because it fit our schedules, was during the school year, and was a one way trip. We figured it would maximize our viewing of scenery and port visits.
We flew into Anchorage and stayed overnight. Hampton Inn ...
What attracted me to this cruise was the value and the itinerary. I was on this ship about 20 years ago when it was called the Nordic Empress and now since the ship was totally refurbished it's just as wonderful as before, and better! Our ...
Housekeeping - 3 stars. Good but not great. Always stray hairs in towels or bedding.
Main Dining (starlight) for Dinner and breakfast - awful experience. staff only did one job and would not complete any requests that went outside their ...
Ship overall was nice well maintained showed a little age. Cabin was nice size due to being handicapped cabin, there were 40 plus on our cruise traveling together. Shows were average at best, comedian not very good 70s, 80s shows very good ...
Whatever you do, do NOT book a cruise with Key West as an itinerary stop after the ship has left U.S. waters. You will have to get up extra early to have the boarded Customs officials give you the fish eye in Key West, and then you STILL ...
This was my husband and my 3rd cruise. We've previously been on the Oasis and the Freedom. We by far prefer the Freedom class ships. The Liberty was amazing - probably our most favorite ship so far. Really the only negative we had was ...
We wanted to check out the newly returned ship.
We like sailing the smaller/more intimate/classic styled ships and this seemed to fit the bill.
The prices were also VERY good.
(We booked a Junior Suite for 4 nights for about $550 ...
I have been on many, many, many cruises, but never Royal Caribbean, or a 9 day cruise, so it was just a bucket list to do list... I bascially live in the tri-state area so exploring Jersey was not necessary. The embarkation and ...
I chose this cruise because it was an affordable, quick getaway as a solo traveler.
Embarkation and disembarkation were swift and uneventful. Even at embarkation those folks who weren't gold and up members didn't have a very long line ...
We are prior RC's Oasis and Freedom class cruisers, as well as Holland, Disney & Princess travelers. In summary, bigger is not always better. This sip is almost too big for its own good. Quality & consistency in service is lacking. ...
Where to start. Embarkation was a cattle call. Everyone waited for almost 2 hours even with assigned times. Purchases that were paid and were to be in the cabin, were not and I had to go to guest services and "prove" paid for ...
This was my first cruise and it was a wonderful experience. I tend to ramble, so bare with me. I'll try to put the most important part of my tips in the first sentence or two.
Tip #1 STATE ROOM I highly recommend an outside, ocean ...
I went on this particular cruise for a friends bachelor party. The reason I rate it a a four versus a three is I had an amazing time with my friends, but I have done this exact same cruise on NWC and Carnival so in cruising destinations it ...
We wanted to duplicate our honeymoon cruise some 21 years ago. We flew down to san Juan 2 days in advance to take in the sites in Old San Juan and to sample the local restaurants. (Pannes restaurant in the Coronado District was so good ...
As an avid solo cruise adventurer, this was my 9th cruise, leaving San Juan on 25 June 2016 on AoS. The ports of call were: St Maarten, Day at Sea, Bonaire, Aruba, Curacao, Day at Sea and then back to San Juan. I had only booked this ...
We just got back from our trip and as a first timer on Royal Caribbean, I was really hoping to be impressed by the ship, as I had heard good things about RCI.
Pros- Staff was lovely. They went over and beyond and always helpful. Crepes ...
Third time on this ship ,twice to beautiful Bermuda, great food and Diamond lounge Going back for 4th voyage same ports in August 2017. The staff in the Diamond lounge were very attentive and always ready to greet you. The steakhouse ...
First let me say that while I prefer the much larger Royal Caribbean ships, This was my 4th time on this one so I think I can fairly put this review together.
1. Best part of this ship ( as I have always said ) I find the crew to be ...
I originally booked the maiden cruise from Southampton to Barcelona long before they added the two 3 and 4 night preview cruises which I will review separately.
The contrast to the 3 and 4nt cruises was amazing, with most of the ...
Empress of the sea was not good, long lines for food even with reservation, this is first cruise I lost weight. There was a line for everything the food was like school cafeteria almost the same stuff served in buffet, the eating options ...
Right let’s get this straight,
The ship was 99.999% finished so everyone stop bloody moaning about everything. Get a life.
We did not have a problem with anything at all, sure people moan about something that will come back on ...
Overall we had a great experience.
The following staff did a commendable job in exceeding our expectations
- Suresh (Head Waiter)
- Savino (Waiter)
- Made (Waiter)
- Rosmidi (Waiter)
- Joel (Waiter - amazing)
This was our second cruise with Royal Caribbean. We loved our first cruise (Western Caribbean) and wanted to try some different ports and a bigger ship (we were on the Freedom class on our first one). We weren't too impressed with St. ...
This is the first time I have been on the Royal Caribbean. Nice ship. Our balcony was good and the room was clean. We met alot of interesting people from the eastern side, New York, Mass, VA, MD, FL, Canada of course. We had a lot of ...
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