We chose this cruise because of the ship the Harmony of the seas. It was our 4th transatlantic crossing and the best yet. This ship is amazing and so much to do its just has a fun feeling to it. Our cabin was beautifully appointed. We ...
I will start by stating, Harmony is as promised, a magnificent vessel and with nine straight days at sea, we had plenty of time to explore. After visiting all the neighborhoods, stopping a most of the bars and dining at few of the ...
Overall we really liked the ship. Some nice improvements were the showers, as a plus sized woman, it was nice to have a shower that was easier to maneuver inside, the addition of the shaver bar was nice as well . We felt the room had more ...
Great Entertainment. See all the shows but book online before your cruise and still arrive 30-45 minutes early for best seats.
Great Speciality Restaurants. Buy the package before you cruise online.
Main Dining Room. Crowded, slow ...
Recently we have booked most of our cruises based on the ship. We love both the Quantum Class and the Oasis Class ships. A cruise on another type of ship to us is now boring.
The Harmony of the Seas is terrific. She is beautiful. ...
This was our 3rd T/A and 17th cruise with RCCL; we have had some excellent experiences, but this is the best so far. Beautiful ship and a wonderful crew. As with most things it is all about leadership; Captain Gus is far more than a nice ...
Transatlantics are best value especially when booked early. Cabin had creaking metal overhead which made it difficult to sleep. Otherwise the cabin was fine. Room attendant was very pleasant and efficient. Johnny Rockets was best for ...
Just returned from Spain on the 13n transatlantic cruise on Harmony of the Seas. Normally do not write a lot of reviews but read some others on HOTS and thought i should offer some thoughts.
First, we have been on over half of RCs ...
For a maiden crossing , the ship was well prepared. Embarkation was professional.
Royal brought in their best employees. The steward knew his job and was very helpfull.
The dining staff ALL over the ship was polite and also did a ...
We arrived early at the Port of Barcelona and were checked in quickly and efficiently. We could not board until 12:00 noon so we waited in the port facilities. Out stateroom was available at 1:00 PM. Overall the check-in ...
Thought it would be interesting to try a new large ship. It was interesting. Ship was large and crowded. Not enough seating in public areas. Shows were better than some of the other ships. Food was mediocre. I do have to say, our Dining ...
It seems the travel industry has decided big is beautiful, we now see huge resorts covering hectares and more to the point cruise liners being the equivalent of land based resorts. I am of course talking about cruising in ships like the ...
We sailed from Civitavecchia on a short three nghts to get to Barcelona before a 13 night sailing across the Atlantic (TA) to Miami. Just off the Florida coast we met up with Allure of the Seas and Oasis of the Seas for a photo op.
Whilst we enjoyed the cruise - new places - new people and warm (too hot) lol weather, many aspects were disappointing. I would suggest mainly due to bad management.
This was our first cruise with RCI and from what non whingers had ...
This was a 18-night repositioning from Hong Kong to Brisbane visiting port of Manila, Puerto Princesa, Kota Kinabalu, Bali, Darwin, Cairns and Airlie Beach.
The ship & the crew were good in general. The food was not bad in quality. ...
We chose this cruise because of its itinerary and becasue, as a repositoning cruise, it offered good value. There were many positives about this cruise - 1. Our junior suite was very roomy, well set out, with lots of storage space. The ...
We chose the cruise for the Ports of call & arrival destination of Brisbane (our home city). Sailed from Hong Kong with stops in Manila, Puerto Princess, Kota Kinabalu, Bali, Darwin, Cairns & Airlie Beach.
The ship has been sold ...
We chose this cruise for the itinerary. The port experiences were as expected, quite happy with the ports ..... all first time visits except Australia.
It was a very low budget cruise ..... but the cruise price wasn't!!!!
This was a really relaxing cruise.
Legend have great staff who go out of their way to help. We had an issue with our cabin (#3533) which was located under the glass washing room for the R Bar and Schoner Bar. So every night between ...
The embarkation process in Hong Kong was smooth and quick.
The Legend of the Seas, whilst small, was a great home for 18 nights. The crew were helpful, although a few of them were new and learning it didn't interfere with the amazing ...
Over the years we have had many cruises on a variety of ships, this cruise from Hong Kong to Brisbane is by far the worst we have experienced.
Boarding was a big plus in Hong Kong but on boarding there was no assistance to find our ...
There is plenty of information on this great site regarding the Voyager. This review is intended to give an overall opinion without too much detail.
We have cruised many times on different ships to various destinations - cruising from ...
This was, without doubt, the worst holiday experience I have encountered to the extent that I asked the ships Customer Services Manager about being let off the ship in Brisbane. We suffered two weeks of beer swilling noisy and foul mouthed ...
I have sailed with RCI for many year's, but would have to think very hard to select them again.
Size of Balcony cabin small, and a very small balcony indeed.
After a massive re-furb, I am not quite sure where they spent their money.
i booked this cruise so we can see Singapore and being on Allure of the seas from fort lauderdale we thought it was going to be wonderful sailing with Voyager. Well it started off with long long waiting to embark and loosing our customs ...
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