Sail Date: February 2019
This was my 3rd cruise on Carnival and while we had fun it just wasn't their best effort. The ship is tattered and torn, the entertainment was disappointing with the exception of the comedians they were pretty good but the other shows ... Read More
This was my 3rd cruise on Carnival and while we had fun it just wasn't their best effort. The ship is tattered and torn, the entertainment was disappointing with the exception of the comedians they were pretty good but the other shows were pretty lame. The food started out pretty good but Guy's Burgers was a let down from my previous cruise, the dining room was tasty at first as well but the last 2 nights they dropped the ball I was disappointed with everything except the desserts they were good. The ship in general must be due for dry dock there was just a lot that seemed to be in need of repair, soft spots in the floor, uneven floors and quite a bit of rust. They seemed to be working on the ship at every port with crazy amounts of noise coming from unknown areas. This was my first time in a balcony room we were in 8381 which was under the dining area of the lido deck, it was noisy but not from the people something sounded like it was it was big and heavy rolling on the deck above at night, it was quite annoying at night which was the only time that it was heard. The room was ok, the TV remote worked randomly but then they offer nothing to watch. I get it they want you out spending money but really the TV sucked. The cabin Stewart only cleaned out room once a day which was quite a change from the past when they were in the room as much as I was. The ports were ok except for St. Thomas, 10 ships at the same time was just to many people we went to Megan's bay and I wasn't impressed we has 10 times the fun on the beach in Grand Turk right off the ship on the beach with a lot less people. In general I love cruises this was my 5th and I'm sorry to say it was probably the least fun of all of the others cruises. I'll probably go on Carnival again but I will put a lot more time into researching the age of the ship and as to how many ships will be in port at the same time. I do have to give them credit the embarkation and disembarkation was the best that I have ever witnessed, it was quick on and off. The Miami airport that is a nightmare I'll probably go with Canaveral or New Orleans next time. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: January 2019
It was my first cruise in over 10 years, and the first ever for my husband and parents. We all loved it and can’t wait to go back. Cousin Cookie was an excellent cruise director and the entire ship staff went above and beyond. We felt ... Read More
It was my first cruise in over 10 years, and the first ever for my husband and parents. We all loved it and can’t wait to go back. Cousin Cookie was an excellent cruise director and the entire ship staff went above and beyond. We felt like royalty. She isn’t one of the newer ships, but still has plenty of fun to offer everyone. My only negative, all be it small, was that the talent of the stage show singers wasn’t as good as I remember, but that could just be the casts we saw. Also, the breakfast buffet was the same thing every day, a bit of variety in that arena would have been nice. With that said, I’m not much of a breakfast person in general, so my opinion may be skewed. They did manage to get the playoff football games streamed to the deck as well so the football fans ever in Heaven. Read Less
Sail Date: December 2018
We were very disappointed in the room we had while on board. I booked this trip in July of 2018. The room we received did not match the description of what the Carnival agent told us it would be. We spoke to customer care and they acted ... Read More
We were very disappointed in the room we had while on board. I booked this trip in July of 2018. The room we received did not match the description of what the Carnival agent told us it would be. We spoke to customer care and they acted like it wasn't a big deal. They emailed corporate, no response back until the 7th day of the trip. The food selection on buffet was not good. Everyday you found less and less to eat that was worth eating. The housekeeping staff and Chef Chaing from Singapore were the only friendly individuals that we got to know. The cruise director was fun and awesome,but everyone else sucked. We always wait until on board to purchase shore excursions so to get a little bit more information and feedback from shore excursions staff. We got none of that just basically what you want to do? Plus the shore excursions in Amber Cove was not as they advertised it to be. Also our air conditioning in our room didn't stay cool....again a nonchalant attitude by customer care. Plus when they finally called me back about the room we got the gentleman customer service person was excuse my French an asshole. He was argumentative, kept saying we have recording of your booking....but that can't be so as I did not book it with a female agent that he kept referring too. The internet service was a waste of money. It will be a long long time before we book with Carnival again. It's all about money to them and less about customer service. The ports we great. The entertainment was good. We didn't care for the comedian Jeff Shaw as he wasn't funny Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: December 2018
I chose the Carnival Glory because it was sailing to St. Thomas, Puerto Rico & Amber Cove for my birthday. Im a little disappointed in myself because I took a map and did not wake up for the greet & mingle party on Sunday. Sorry ... Read More
I chose the Carnival Glory because it was sailing to St. Thomas, Puerto Rico & Amber Cove for my birthday. Im a little disappointed in myself because I took a map and did not wake up for the greet & mingle party on Sunday. Sorry guys next time. While on board of course Guys burger was fantastic. However, I was disappointed in the seafood shack.....the fish was to greasy with to much batter, a big let down. I tried for two days to get to the pool but as expected no room & the kids was jumping in and splashing (unsupervised). At dinner time our table was non approachable and did not chat even after I told jokes ( I guess it wasn't funny) so we switched tables the next night. The comedy club was floored ( literally) standing room only & sitting on the steps. I really enjoyed John Dicrosta ( purchase his CD). All the comedians were good. I really didn't care for the self centered cruise director Dustin. Everything was about him & not enough about the fun as Carnival say. Could have been more shows and of course I lost at CLUE....but had fun looking for clues. My steward was great (Sang) and the dining room serves and I forget the Spa... The ports were beautiful especially St. Thomas were I found a great tour guide and explored the island and Beach. Puerto Plata was great ...the food....just great and I brought jewelry and Mamajuna...very tasty. Puerto Rico I visited the Barcardi factory were I had my first Mojito and poured my own bottle of liquor. Grand Turk didn't do much for me but fun in the sun is always good when you leaving 32 degree weather. Overall I had a great time in spite of the fish & Dustin. Read Less
Sail Date: October 2018
My biggest disappointment was that the entire casino area (located in a main walk-through floor) allowed for smoking. As an asthmatic this was very upsetting and problematic for me. Several of the photography back drops were located in ... Read More
My biggest disappointment was that the entire casino area (located in a main walk-through floor) allowed for smoking. As an asthmatic this was very upsetting and problematic for me. Several of the photography back drops were located in that area, and I had to walk through there to go my assigned dinner location. There was no way to avoid it. I also was not a fan of the assigned seating for dinner. It just felt antiquated and stiff. I was anticipating more late night food options, too, but there was only pizza. The sandwich shop should have been open late too - that would have been great. In the buffet area there's an upper level that I discovered on the last day had a bbq food station. I was pretty irked that I missed that for the majority of the cruise. The Guy Fieri Burger station is SO GOOD! That and the sandwich station were my go-to places for food. I enjoyed the outdoor movie theater on the deck. What an experience to watch a movie under the stars and in a jacuzzi! Also the entertainment was exceptional - and was free! Gym was well stocked and had a lovely view of the ocean (many windows). Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: October 2018
We went to get away and relax. The boarding process did not start until almost noon. We were on deck 7. You can tell the boat is not being maintained, it's rusting and dirty. The crew is lazy and they do as little as they can possibly ... Read More
We went to get away and relax. The boarding process did not start until almost noon. We were on deck 7. You can tell the boat is not being maintained, it's rusting and dirty. The crew is lazy and they do as little as they can possibly get away with. Over all the quality of the food was the worst I've experienced on any ship. Our cabin was not cleaned while we were out and we had to ask for clean towels and bath soap. The fridge did not work and toilet was hard to flush. There was a odor in the hall outside our room that was nauseating. The ports have not fully recovered from the hurricane of 2017, only about half of the shops have reopened for business. Carnival seems to be having problems with these ships, Maybe it's time to think about retiring some of the older ships. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: September 2018
While I can venture to say that I have been on better ships, it doesn't mean that this ship didn't serve the purpose of what was needed! First and foremost, I prefer a Guys Burger Joint Burger over a regular Lido deck burger! ... Read More
While I can venture to say that I have been on better ships, it doesn't mean that this ship didn't serve the purpose of what was needed! First and foremost, I prefer a Guys Burger Joint Burger over a regular Lido deck burger! This is included in your price which is great. Additionally, the Blue Iguana bar that serves "Chipotle Style" taco bowels and burritos are great! The Captain's Suite needs it's own review, which I will give, but for the most part I am happy with the investment we made to treat ourselves with this suite for our milestone. We are Gold members, but received a lot of Diamond and Platinum benefits as a result of the Port Side suite we stayed in! The islands were wonderful! The time of year we went and the porting times made the weather perfection to walk around and tour! I have been to San Juan, Puerto Rico a few times and really didn't think I'd appreciate any more the island had to offer and was surprised that I bypassed a BOATLOAD of fun with Senor Frogs! The ONLY thing I will say is I thought the Cruise Director wasn't as visible and a bit dry for my taste, however that is a totally subjective remark! Different Strokes for Different Folks and according to DISC Assessment, I'm an "I" personality, so Dustin needed a few more gestures, exclamation points, and overall extraness to win my affection! I didn't mind those things too much because of the nature of our trip and our desire to take in our Captain's Suite as much as possible! I didn't love the pastries or cookies, they are always seriously dry, but the other foods on the Lido and in the restaurants were amazing! Read Less
12 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2018
The employees we encountered on this trip were excellent. The recently refitted ship was gorgeous and the new restaurants were amazing. One breakfast burrito from the Blue Iguana will make you come back for more. The destinations we went ... Read More
The employees we encountered on this trip were excellent. The recently refitted ship was gorgeous and the new restaurants were amazing. One breakfast burrito from the Blue Iguana will make you come back for more. The destinations we went to were gorgeous! Just note that Grand Turk really doesn’t have much besides a lighthouse outside of the little Carnival built town. My advice is go to Cockburn Town and find the little beach nearby. No one went there and it was gorgeous. San Juan was excellent. Make sure you check out the forts in Old San Juan and then head to New San Juan and go to Candado beach. The Virgin Islands were absolutely gorgeous! Our favorite spot. Get in touch with Brenda and Franko’s fun tours and do not book an excursion through the ship. They are a husband and wife who grew up on the islands there and were absolutely amazing with our family. The Dominican Republic was equally beautiful and the exchange rate was great! Make sure you check out the Macorix Rum Factory tour. Only $4 USD per adult and you get ample tastings of their rum. The store has full size 750ml bottles around $10 USD! We traveled with two children and a total family of four. Would definitely do it again. The value is really there over other cruise lines. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: May 2018
I would sail with any other cruise line have tried it and Carnival is the best cruise line. The staff were very pleasant. Dustin and Michelle from Amber Palace were very entertaining. The shows were awesome. My head waiter Bebe and Roma ... Read More
I would sail with any other cruise line have tried it and Carnival is the best cruise line. The staff were very pleasant. Dustin and Michelle from Amber Palace were very entertaining. The shows were awesome. My head waiter Bebe and Roma from the Platinum Dining Room was very nice and always helped with making great meal choices. My girls 14 & 7 had a amazing time. My 7 year old loved the slides. The ports had great shopping areas. The lido is a little small not quite enough room for the deck parties. The movie notes were great on the deck. My cabin 1301 on Rivera Deck was really hot the next time I'm on this ship that is one room I prefer not to be in. I couldn't get any sleep because it was so hot. Everything else in the cabin was great. Thanks Carnival for always making our vacation fun. Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: April 2018
Everything with carnival cruise was perfect and smooth from the start of getting on. It was really easy to check in and the ship was very well kept. My cabin was just enough space for both me and my boyfriend. I really enjoyed the ... Read More
Everything with carnival cruise was perfect and smooth from the start of getting on. It was really easy to check in and the ship was very well kept. My cabin was just enough space for both me and my boyfriend. I really enjoyed the activities Dustin and all the fun squad did an amazing job, also I thought all the performers were great too. You could never say there was nothing to do because there was always an activity. I loved my dining room server WEBERT! He’s amazing and would have him again any day. He’s always in such a good spirit. All the ports were great i think i would change San Juan though. Oh and I loved the lip sync battle idea it was so much fun to watch. I will definitely travel with carnival cruise line again easily. Amazing staff everyone was so kind and cruise ship! Read Less
Sail Date: March 2018
It was my 65th birthday and we invited cousins/friends to come with us. They were virgin cruisers. This was our 5th cruise and the rockiest ship we have ever been on. Everyone walked like they were drunk for days, bouncing off the walls in ... Read More
It was my 65th birthday and we invited cousins/friends to come with us. They were virgin cruisers. This was our 5th cruise and the rockiest ship we have ever been on. Everyone walked like they were drunk for days, bouncing off the walls in the corridors from morning to night. One night was so bad, the set was removed from the stage in the Amber Palace and the performers sat on stools. It has been 5 years since we were on a Carnival ship. I had raved to our travelling companions about how good the entertainment would be and we were disappointed. We generally found the entertainment O.K. - but not as spectacular as we remembered. One night we felt some of the singers were off key. The first two male comedians were terrible! Thankfully Valerie Storm came on board and gave us some good laughs. Food was generally good - some nights too many wonderful choices and other nights nothing special. Only place that had great coffee was the Lido. Our first trip to the Steakhouse to celebrate my birthday will be our last - as we didn't find it any better than the dining room. Our cabin was aft 1411 - and the worst we have ever had. I heard engine noises for the entire week - and it did disturb my sleep. Hubby wears hearing aids so wasn't bothered. We'll never take one of those again - it was oceanview - but windows were filthy so couldn't see out much; too low in the ship and too close to the engine room Read Less
Sail Date: March 2018
We took advantage of an offer for half price on our next cruise, due to a mishap with Carnival Splendor in 2017. Fortunately, we got the same type of stateroom that we had on Splendor, corner on the aft, L-shape balcony. We had ... Read More
We took advantage of an offer for half price on our next cruise, due to a mishap with Carnival Splendor in 2017. Fortunately, we got the same type of stateroom that we had on Splendor, corner on the aft, L-shape balcony. We had stateroom 7440, nice, clean room and best of all the balcony! The balcony was so spacious, 2 loungers, 3 chairs and 2 tables. We had a great steward, Conrad. He made us feel special and welcomed. He made sure we had everything we needed. He was out one day due to an injury and we noticed. Although the room was clean and comfortable, we noticed that Conrad wasn't there! We went to most of the musical shows and they were awesome! Great themes, singers, and light shows. Each day was a different show. Motown was awesome, enjoyed the Caribbean show and the Latin show was fantastic. Justin the Cruise Director was so funny and entertained everyone. We enjoyed the Military Tribute presented by Justin and the fact that Carnival supports our active and retired military personnel. We purchased jewelry and a watch on board and the staff was great in Effy and the watch store. They were considerate and worked with us on pricing! We went to the Steak House the first night. They provided great service and the best food on the ship! Try the raw beef, so tender and tasted so good! We were given a free bottle of wine and we purchased another bottle at half price. This opportunity is only offered the first night of the cruise. As for the main dining room and buffet the food needs to be changed and provide a better quality. It's the same thing year over year and disappointing. One night we had terrible service in the Golden Restaurant. We were seated, given bread and water. It took a while to get the waiters to take our order, when there were not many people there. Others around us were seated much later and they got their food well before we got ours. Some even commented about the poor service we received. However, Guy's Burgers and the Pizza restaurant were delicious! My wife and I highly recommend Faster to the Fun! It was so convenient to get onboard early and all of the other advantages that come with it. One interesting mishap occurred, someone released an anchor as we were leaving Puerto Rico. Because we were moving, it caused all of the chain to drop. They took over 2 hours trying to pull up the anchor and were blocking the port entrance. Eventually they torched off the chain and left it to be picked up later. We did the ATV excursion on Puerto Rico and it was great fun! Well worth money, given the time length we time length we drove. Trails provided various experiences. The staff were great! The Caribbean has come back with all it's Glory! It is clean, the green is coming back and people are positive and smiling! So glad to see all of the recovery taking place! We would book again on Glory! Read Less
9 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: January 2018
My wife and I had sailed on Glory once before and enjoyed our time aboard, along with the fact that we got a great deal for a 7 day cruise. All the destinations we had visited several times before but we needed a break away and this was ... Read More
My wife and I had sailed on Glory once before and enjoyed our time aboard, along with the fact that we got a great deal for a 7 day cruise. All the destinations we had visited several times before but we needed a break away and this was our choice. Glory is not too big or small and there seems to be something for just about anyone. We stayed at Red Roof Plus in Miami, an older Inn but with polite staff and only about half hour from port. Shuttle service was provided to port and breakfast, along with up to 10 days of parking there at Inn. We booked stay through Stay123.com, an easy website to use. The new embarkation plan Carnival has begun was swift and easy as well. We hardly stopped moving until we were on the ship. Room keys are now waiting in your mailbox at your room door. Our room steward was efficient and kept everything clean. This was our 20th cruise, the 17th with Carnival so we feel that we have seen a little bit of it all, but we were surprised on this cruise! Half Moon Cay was our first stop and it was a beautiful as ever. The weather was over cast, but still a nice day for walking around and taking pics. There were a few in the water but it was a little to cool for us. But it did feel good to our feet. 2nd stop was St. Thomas, we were sadden to see that the Butterfly Attraction had been destroyed by Hurricane. Took a city tour on one of the many open air trucks for $25 each. Note, if anyone gets on your tour and begins to apologize for what may happen, get off the vehicle and choose another. The individual along with 11 more friends boarded our vehicle and began using some of the worst language you have heard. They had no respect for others or children on tour. I approached driver to inform him of language, since he could not hear due to him inside truck cab. His solution was to send us back via another truck. Not a very good day in St Thomas. Next stop was San Juan, we were looking forward to a new day and better excursion. Prior to arriving in San Juan, we had received a phone call from our son concerning my brother who was fighting cancer. Carnival immediately made the call for us without any charge and allowed me to talk some time with my son. I was informed my brother was being moved to hospice but all looked ok. I was asked by the young lady at the customer service desk if all was well, when I told her what was going on, she expressed her concern and informed me that she would put notes on our account and that if we needed to call anytime that we could do so without charge. She let me know Carnival was there for us. She proved that statement to be so true. She also asked if we had the internet service. I explained that was one reason we took cruises, to stay away from such things. But due to circumstances surrounding my brother's sickness she thought it was a good idea to purchase internet service and then I could keep closer contact with family. I agreed and then she told me how to purchase internet. She then went on to tell me to purchase premium plan and as soon as I was done to bring her back proof of purchase and she would reimburse it back to our account. I was blown away to say the least. They had already done so much through just the phone calls and now this? I thanked her and wished I had written her name down, I think it was something like Lona, not really sure. She was a blessing that day and a very helpful friend. The next morning when we arrived in SanJuan, I received text telling me my brother had passed away. We were devastated and unsure of what we could or what was possible for us to do. But I knew we had to get back home. I went back to service desk and spoke with Bracka, a very professional and compassionate employee of Carnival. She expressed her sympathy of my brother's passing, and asked what we would like to do. I told her what we needed and she began putting it all together. She gave me directions on airline tickets and began putting necessary documents together for our departure. Never have we seen the care and support of a group of people who only knew us as passengers on a ship that they were working on. You would have though we were the most important people in the world. Each person we had to deal with showed the utmost respect and courtesy that anyone could ask for and more. From the room steward, to customs agent each one did all they could to make what was a sad loss for us as easy and painless as possible. We owe them a debt of gratitude and thanks. Each did more than what was expected and went beyond anything we could have asked. Once flight was booked and set, they moved us quickly to a waiting taxi, through customs which was also arranged without hassle. Even the customs officer expressed to us his sorrow for our loss. In our opinion, Carnival and it's employees are the best in the world. We have sailed with others, but Carnival has prove itself to be the best. We have learned it's the employees that make the ship. It is not the other passengers, because you will find good and bad on any of them. Just because you pay more does not mean you are with a better class of people. We have seen that for ourselves. The staff of Glory proved their heart is for the passengers. They are a Class Act and will always be remembered by us as the cruise staff that was there for us in our time of need. May God Bless the staff and employees of Carnival! From our booking agent Sheena at Carnival to the last person who says goodbye at the Terminal. They put the customer first and deserve an applause and recognition for doing so. We highly recommend Carnival 1st above all others. Not just for this cruise and these particular circumstance, but for all our travels with them. They are The Class Act above all others. Before I forget, we loved the new musical show Getaway Island!! Comedians were great! Food was wonderful, lobster delicious! Loved the new Bar-B-Q spot as well. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: November 2017
My BF and I planned this trip for a year so it was Awesome to finally be able to woo-sah after a busy year, was needed. Our hearts go out to all of the hurricane victims, but we were still very disappointed about our new itinerary. Instead ... Read More
My BF and I planned this trip for a year so it was Awesome to finally be able to woo-sah after a busy year, was needed. Our hearts go out to all of the hurricane victims, but we were still very disappointed about our new itinerary. Instead of Puerto Rico and St. Thomas, we ended up going to the following places: First, Embarkation and Debarkation was quick and easy. Half Moon Cay Bahamas--Overcast day but the beach was still fun to hang out for a few hours. Another one of CCL's "created" places to visit. Not much to do except bask on the beach or drink. The water as fantastic and clear. Nassau Bahamas-- I always love coming to Nassau. It has a certain charm to it. Visited the Straw Market and took a 3-hour city tour, that was informative and FUN! Grand Turk--I love GT because it has some of the most beautiful turquoise water I've ever seen. The island is only 7 miles long so there ain't much happening, except escaping on an excursion or partying it up at Margaritaville. It cost $21 for Nachos with no meat there so watch your wallet. Could turn out to be a costly party session. The entertainment/DJ was off the chain and kept everyone in a great mood. We also went on the ECO Kayaking excursion which was a 3-hour tour and we had the best time!! Wish we could have seen more sea life but Ronald from Oasis Divers was the tour guide and was Phenom!!! Not only was he a cutie, but he was extremely knowledgeable about marine life and creatures. Amber Cove Puerta Plata DR--Looks like CCL has carved out another niche location set in a gorgeous island cove. It literally looked like Heaven on earth, with the lush green foliage to the rolling hills and mountains. You can zip line, lounge by the pool or swim up to the pool bar while listening to live music and of course lots of shopping. The cabins were modern with very nice artwork and they were extremely clean. We had issues with hot water the first day and our shower flooding the bathroom. Guest Services handled our issues by providing us with dinner credits so we enjoyed plenty of lobster and steak. Our steward, affectionately known as "Super Duper" was Stellar and on top of his game. He never stopped smiling. We were on Deck 2 and sometimes it was very noisy because of the choppy waves the first few days. The overall beauty of the ship was enhanced by the lovely Christmas decorations throughout the main Atrium. The Cruise Director Chris Loveland or aka C. Love was Outstanding and was literally everywhere. The shows and other entertainment was stellar!!! We really enjoyed the Casino Bar, the White Hot Bar, the Alchemy Bar (Yacob was awesome). It was difficult to get to the Platinum dining room as there are no direct routes to it, however, the food was Fantastic and the service very good. Loved the Burrito and Taco Bar and Guy Fieri's Burger Bar. One of the best burgers I've had in a long time. Also loved the Deli, which was typically the only place open for food after a certain time. The need to re-look that because more variety of food, at least up to midnight would be helpful. The food on the lido deck was average and the Sushi Bar was Great too. It was nice to be able to sit under the stars watching movies. I did have an issue at the casino bar when there was a very loud, obnoxious woman who not only berated the bartenders but surrounding customers. Vice, one of the bartenders made a comment to her about treating people nicely and I hi-fived him. Well, she didn't like that and decided to get belligerent with me, calling me very derogatory names and wanting to fight. I let her know that I was not addressing her and to mind her own business which fueled her tirade. After a little while, another bartender named George admonished me and another guest and threatened to have us banned from the bar. I handled myself like a lady but if you sling derogatory words my way, I may slingback. He NEVER admonished the fire starter at all. We later found her face down and so inebriated, it took 2 people to walk her back to her cabin. Shame on you Bar keeps continuing to serve her. Not sure why George did not say anything to her and her foul mouther mama, but we are African American and she was Caucasian. The Atrium Bar was very nice and most of the bartenders were nice, except a very short black guy who was not nice at all and frowned most of the time. The had several shows in this area and it really brought the entire ship together. Again, all of the entertainment was Stellar!!! As always, there are a ton of kids on CCL and large groups tired to monopolize one of the big jacuzzi's and I actually got attitude and side eye when I tried getting in. Side eye from a 5-year-old...really??? Where the hell are your parents?? There were kids running around the Casino Bar area at 2 a.m. and sneaking into the adult clubs. CCL needs to instill stricter guidelines for parents to control their crumb snatchers!!! Overall, it was a very outstanding cruise and we are already booked for our next one on CCL Vista. Read Less
8 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: May 2017
FANTASTIC SERVICE! Our cabin steward was awesome always bringing us fresh towels, ice, and making our birthday cruise special. Check-in was a breeze. The ship is definitely looking older but still kept up. The best part of the cruise was ... Read More
FANTASTIC SERVICE! Our cabin steward was awesome always bringing us fresh towels, ice, and making our birthday cruise special. Check-in was a breeze. The ship is definitely looking older but still kept up. The best part of the cruise was the ports of call. St. Thoms and Half moon cay being the highlights. I highly suggest renting an ATV (as long as your comfortable driving on the left hand side of the road!) in Grand Turk. We enjoyed Guys burger and blue iguana cantina. The main dining room food was OK but left more to be desired. 7 days was the perfect amount of time. The new slides seemed to be enjoyed by kids and adults alike. Dustin was a great CD and seemed to keep things interesting on the cruise. Go to the comedy shows and if your into it, bingo. Ocean view cabin was plenty of space for two people. I have previously done an inside cabin and probably would never go back. I would recommend going on this cruise. Read Less
9 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: May 2017
We've been on 15 cruises -12 on CCL. For reference, we'll be platinum on our Vista cruise in July, so we purchased FTTF for this last one. We also had cheers (yes, worth it for us). Just got off the Glory - here's my ... Read More
We've been on 15 cruises -12 on CCL. For reference, we'll be platinum on our Vista cruise in July, so we purchased FTTF for this last one. We also had cheers (yes, worth it for us). Just got off the Glory - here's my impression. First time on this particular ship. We were married during a cruise on the Liberty, a sister ship, several years ago. Food: MDR was short of disappointing. We went to the steakhouse the first night (amazing as always and exceptional service). Night 2 went to MDR. Don't even remember what we ate but it was blah and tasteless. Quantity and quality of the caesar salad has declined. Chocolate lava cake was overcooked, it was literally a 'cake' throughout. We skipped the MDR the rest of the cruise with the exception of the night they serve escargot (YUM!!!) That night I had the short ribs (amazing). Husband had the lasagna which was mostly good but did not have much sauce. In total we had only those two nights in MDR, by choice. We had sushi (spicy tuna is soo good) 3 nights sitting in the lounge by Alchemy (with Martini's of course) and the steakhouse twice. We enjoyed the BBQ twice as well during lunch hours. Very good. The pulled pork was our favorite, and interestingly enough, is not listed on the menu. Guys is very good as always, and we love the Blue Iguana Cantina for the breakfast burritos and huevos rancheros when it's not a sea day. We typically really enjoy the prosciutto pizza (has the arugula on it), but for some reason found other things to enjoy until the last day. When we finally ordered it, the ship was "out of arugula". Pizza wasn't the same. We had originally reserved Chef's Table which we have done many times before, but learned the Glory is still on the same menu from the last 2 years so we canceled. Service: Pretty consistent overall. Everyone is very friendly and helpful. Called by our first names throughout. Particular shout out to the service in Alchemy, the steakhouse and the sushi counter. We sat in Serenity exclusively and saw a bar server only one time walking through - very disappointing. There is a bar window (not a full blown bar) in the Serenity area with one long table and some stools - located in the area where the couches and chairs are. Cabin steward was pretty good - we had a few minor maintenance issues that he resolved promptly. Biggest issue seemed to be with towels, the lack thereof. We were short a bath towel, had to request it a few times and he took our yellow Serenity towels and did not replace them. Cabin: We were in aft 7447. Love the aft cabins. Usually. The cabin was mostly quiet, only a small creaky noise every time the AC turned off. AC worked great, we had to adjust it warmer many times as it got too cold. There is no couch in this cabin, just a table and one chair. Made the room slightly bigger, but may be bothersome for some with the lack of couch. There were plenty of hangers but no pant hangers? Biggest complaint was the massively bright spotlight shining on the balcony ALL NIGHT LONG, EVERY NIGHT. This is one of several lights mounted on Lido and they all shine directly down on balconies on 7 and 8 aft. For this reason if I ever do this class ship again, I will not book aft. We were not able to sit on the balcony after dark, at all. Way too bright. Complained to Guest Services and they told me there was nothing that could be done as it was "part of the architecture" whatever that means. Ship: Overall the ship is in good condition. Typical rusty spots on some of the exterior areas. Serenity is on 2 levels, with no pool. There are some Serenity type chairs/loungers on the other side of the ship by the water slide stairs, but that is not considered Serenity. May be a good spot for those with kids going to the water slide. Only way to get from one side to the other is to go through the building. All the 'pods' are in the very front where there is little to no breeze. CD: I'm not one who cares about the CD. As long as they are not obnoxious, they don't really affect my experience. This CD, don't even know his name, seemed to have an issue speaking without stammering over his words. Several times he had to correct himself or stumbled over what he was saying which I have not experienced before. Excursions: We don't usually book them through CCL, but a cabana in Half Moon Cay is mandatory. As a reminder, they do have towels for you on the island, you do not need to bring your own. That said, seems things were slightly different this time around. Service started on the island around 11 when they started stocking the cabana, and they came by a little after 2 and starting taking everything away. Seemed very early and we were surprised by that. Footnotes: One thing we found to be an annoyance was the lack of 'open' hours of a few place - namely the BBQ and the Serenity bar. There were some days the Serenity bar did not open until early afternoon and then was only open 3 hours. WHAT? Also some of the 'open' times listed for the bars in the Fun Times are misleading. The Red Frog bar and the Atrium bar state a 7am open time, but that's for pop and water only. If you wanted, say, a mimosa, you had to wait until 8am. (First world problem I know). We also found many smokers onboard who had a complete disregard for non smoking areas. We found zero staff policing chair hogs in Serenity but this seems to be a mostly common theme across all ships. In all, this was a nice cruise and we would not hesitate to recommend the Glory, as long as you're not going dependant on stellar MDR food. Our complaints are minor. Read Less
5 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: April 2017
My husband and I sailed on Glory. We do not care for a lot of partying or adult themed atmosphere but once we realized we didn't have to be around all of that we really had a great time. There is so much to do beyond these ... Read More
My husband and I sailed on Glory. We do not care for a lot of partying or adult themed atmosphere but once we realized we didn't have to be around all of that we really had a great time. There is so much to do beyond these activities that we really had a nice time. We did see a couple of the shows where the acting and singing and dancing really was excellent. We were sat at a table with a very sweet couple that on the ship we became friends. The people that served in so many ways were all so nice and helpful. We were really thankful for just everything. The ports we went to and the excursions we took were really nice. Everything overall seemed very clean and we were very glad. Our room was near the main lobby so a night or 2 it got a little loud but again it really was ok. And most of the time they quieted down early. The food was really good. There was a great variety. I am vegan and at first again I wasn't sure if there would be enough but there was always plenty. Very nice trip. The spa was nice. I did go to a facial party and I did buy some of the products. I had a little experience with them on our last trip with the fantasy, so I knew they were good. I got different things this time and am very pleased. I also tried the good feet and the Elemis detox. Now, at this point I am sure some are saying I fell for crazy things, but first of all I have used shoe inserts in the past and various one. They have definitely helped my feet over the years so to buy one pair that will last a good long time even at the price, it was worth it to me. As far as the detox program, they weren't telling me a lot of new information. The program which includes their herbs and so forth are taking a little to get used to. They said I needed to cut out coffee and that has been hard. Drinking coffee with the herbs gets me light headed but to stay totally away from coffee I get bad headaches and I feel very sluggish. So I am working with this. Obviously I do need some detoxing. As far as the foods, I'm vegan so I really am having to learn portion control and not to eat so many fruits plus to eat more regularly. So For me I think it will all work out. I don't feel I wasted money. Well, all in all, this trip was really one of the best trips me and my husband have ever been on anywhere. It was really great and I look forward to our next cruise somewhere. Read Less
19 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2017
We stayed in Miami for a few days before boarding the ship and really enjoyed the Wynwood area. The embarkation was very smooth. However, once we boarded we saw construction crews and discovered that they were going to be working on ... Read More
We stayed in Miami for a few days before boarding the ship and really enjoyed the Wynwood area. The embarkation was very smooth. However, once we boarded we saw construction crews and discovered that they were going to be working on the boat the entire week we were on it. Because of the construction, there was no water slide and the pool the slide should have fed into was not accessible. As a result of this, the Serenity Deck, which was supposed to be 18+, was a free for all. So, during our At Sea days when we were hoping to relax in peace and quiet, the Serenity Deck was full of kids. When we were getting ready for bed the first evening, I was feeling uncomfortably warm. I tried adjusting the thermostat to no avail. We then called Guest Services to complain about our warm cabin and they sent someone to investigate our claim. The staff member arrived with a handheld temperature gauge indicating that our room was 75F. This person informed us that the accepted (by whom I’m not sure) range should be between 65-71F. However Sleep.org says the ideal temperature for sleeping is 60-67F https://sleep.org/articles/temperature-for-sleep/. I asked this person why the thermostat appeared to not work and he never gave me an answer. He left our cabin insinuating that he was going to somehow adjust our cabin temperature remotely but it took several hours for the effect to be felt inside our cabin. On the second night around the same time we experienced the same problem. We once again called Guest Services and they sent another person who removed the vent cover in the ceiling and appeared to be adjusting something inside of it. Once again, it took several hours for results to be felt. The third night we AGAIN had the same problem. Only, this time when we called Guest Services no one came. After 7 miserable nights of interrupted sleep I realized that the problem seemed to occur around the same time EVERY evening we were on this ship. Our cabin was located directly below the main theater. Every night when our air conditioning ceased, it was around show time and it did not return until after the late show had finished. This leads me to believe that our air conditioning was diverted to the theater ALL seven miserable nights while we lay in bed hoping to be able to get at least one good night’s sleep. What a miserable vacation when you can't even get a good night's rest and talk about putting a damper on the "romance department", if you know what I mean!? San Juan, Puerto Rico is AMAZING! We just wandered around Old San Juan. Grand Turk is a little scary if you venture into town and there's not much in the town. Not worth the cab fare, but the areas right by the port with the pool and the beach are nice. Some people we met on the cruise did an excursion there that sounded like a lot of fun. St. Thomas is nice for beach time or shopping. Amber Cove, Dominican Republic has a nice rum distillery, chocolate factory and cigar shop. We enjoyed a nice guided tour of the city there. The comedy shows were really good and we enjoyed the Alchemy Bar. Our wait staff for dinner was amazing and our room steward was also good. If it weren't for some of the staff on the ship, this total trip would've been a wash!! Read Less
17 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: January 2017
This was our honeymoon cruise and a bucket list cruise for me. I am loosing my battle with stage 4 cancer and only have 6 months to a year. The Carnival Glory team made this cruise the best for us. Thank you Eric and the entire crew. Our ... Read More
This was our honeymoon cruise and a bucket list cruise for me. I am loosing my battle with stage 4 cancer and only have 6 months to a year. The Carnival Glory team made this cruise the best for us. Thank you Eric and the entire crew. Our cabin was awesome we were in the back corner cabin 2475. Thanks to the rumbling of the engines I had the best sleep in over a year. There were 28 of us traveling together and the show cast loved us. They do have theme deck parties, like 80's night our group were the only ones that had costumes, I encourage you to dress for the theme nights it really adds to the fun. Check out inch of the ship to find your favorite spot. The adult pool and hot tubs in the back are salt water and were my favorite spot. the soft served ice cream is a hit. Read Less
Sail Date: October 2016
This was our 3rd cruise with Carnival. Our first in 2010 was awesome. The last two have seen a steady decline in food and service. The dining room menu is uninspired, with good service, but warm to cold servings. The food tasted ... Read More
This was our 3rd cruise with Carnival. Our first in 2010 was awesome. The last two have seen a steady decline in food and service. The dining room menu is uninspired, with good service, but warm to cold servings. The food tasted bland and the selection was poor. I cannot believe the decline in menu offerings. Most menu items were offered everynight throughout the week. The buffet suffers from a similar decline in selection and preparation. The room was dated, but cleaned regularly. Half Moon Cay is beautiful. The best powdery beach in the Caribbean. The bbq food leaves much to be desired. Guy's Burgers on the ship were far superior. St Thomas is a joke. 100 stores around the terminal, and all selling jewellry, booze and junk. Returned to boat after 1 hour. Old San Juan was beautiful. Saved megabucks by taking the local ferry (50 cents each way) across the bay to get a cab to Casa Bacardi for a tour. The $12 tour "historical" tour is a waste of time & money. Grand Turk has incredibly clear water. Awesome snorkelling. Embarkation and debarkation were quick and orderly. Tip: at Miami International Airport, you can do your ship check-in, as Carnival has a booth. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: October 2016
This was our 8th cruise with Carnival Cruise Lines and we enjoy the "Fun Ships" approach to vacationing. Overall the cruise was well worth the money and we did have a lot of fun. Embarkment was delayed due to customs taking ... Read More
This was our 8th cruise with Carnival Cruise Lines and we enjoy the "Fun Ships" approach to vacationing. Overall the cruise was well worth the money and we did have a lot of fun. Embarkment was delayed due to customs taking their sweet time and people were getting angry with the workers. Thought that was very unfair. Being handicapped I was in the room with the rest of the wheelchair folks and we made the most of it. I personally tried to keep things light with the staff. The young lady, Haug, who pushed my wheelchair on board was a really nice young lady. We ran into a number or times on the Lido Deck. There were a few issues that we had to address on the ship and further once we got home. Our Agent had booked our room and we hadn't checked it location out. Turned out to be right above the Casino Band stage. That meant for me, a light sleeper, that every noise in the Casino woke me up or kept me from getting to sleep. My credit card was refused, and when shown to Guest Services then said it was fine. Had a ships office be rude and condescending towards me, which I did not tolerate. Also, a minor issue, but one that really bugged me is that they did away with being able to get the "Drink of the Day" anywhere on the ship. Turns out you have to go to the Blue Iguana or Red Frog to get those anymore. Took a little of the fun out of it. Guest Service gave me the line "we will monitor the situation" on the room/lack of sleep issue, which I took as a tough luck buddy you booked it approach. However, while re booking our excursions, they somehow didn't make it through their system, the young lady, Kitti, asked us how things were going and I told her the issues. She was very apologetic and said she would look into things. Two hours later we had a call from Guest Services that they had found a new room for us. Peace and Quiet.. YAY We don't care of the layout of this class of ship. It takes a while to figure out how to get to different places. However, the cabins were nice and the stewarts did a great job of keeping them clean and tidy. Dinning was great as usual. We also choose to dine with other and we were seated with two wonderful couple and enjoyed the food and company. The Chef's Table was well worth it and we dressed up for Halloween that night. Made it even more fun. The Steak House was also great. Our Server, Oysonya, was friendly and prompt and had the best smile. It lit up the room. Entertainment was what you normally get. Which is some good music, fun shows, funny comedians and entertaining quizzes. Seffie the cruise director was fun and silly. Lido food was okay and we tend to avoid the buffet on cruises and only went after excursions or for Sushi (which was very good). My wife enjoyed the late night movies while I battled the Smoke Filled Casino. The "non smoking" are was tiny and people walked through it smoking. As an ex smoker it was sad to not have more space or supervision. Also, saw children in the Casino and drink service was very slow. The best part of the Cruise was the destination. We loved Half Moon Cay, even though our excursion booking somehow didn't make it. The food was great, the beaches clean and beautiful. The water was wonderful and warm. All around a great day. On St. Thomas we booked the Mountain Top and Garden House. Right away there was a problem, my one knee doesn't bend past 108 degrees and the seat on the tour vehicle required a 125 degree bend. Once again Kitti came to the rescue and got the guide to allow me to ride up front with her. Eleanor was a fun, entertaining, and informative guide and just a really pleasant person. The Mountain Top was rained in so my photography was limited. However, the people were wonderful and I enjoyed it. The Garden House offered a tasting of different foods from their island and a sampling of 20 different Rums. Also, they showed us how to make a Banana Daiquiri and gave us samples. I was last in line so she offered me and extra helping. Then instead gave me a full regular sized glass. She won my heart. The food and the rum were great. On Puerto Rico we did the Fortresses tour and Frank was our guide. The history and architecture were fascinating and Frank kept it fun. The only problem we had was one couple went on their own and didn't tell Frank or the driver. They hunted for them for over 20 minutes. Finally we moved on to the other Fortress. Grant Turk we went on a cultural tour of some of the older parts of the island that had been hit hard by Hurricane Ike in 2008. Still rebuilding a number of the older Historical buildings. We stopped and walked one of the old areas and had lunch at Sunshine's. The food was absolutely wonderful and Miss Sunshine was a sweet a lady as you'll ever meet. Made the whole excursion well worth it. Finally we did an excursion in Miami since our flight wasn't supposed to leave until 7:52pm. Our tour guide took us to South Beach, Little Havana, and Wynwood Doors. It was very pleasant the the Art on the Walls at Wynwood was amazing.. Just what this old photographer needed. All of the excursions were well worth what we spent and the most enjoyable part of your time. We would do the Eastern Caribbean again, however, on a different class of ship in Carnival's fleet. Second trip on this class and really don't like the layout of the ship. Read Less
6 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: June 2016
Was looking forward to taking my adult family on a vacation. We have all cruised multiple times before and thought it would be a nice treat for our anniversary and as a precursor to my wife having knee surgery. With so many negative ... Read More
Was looking forward to taking my adult family on a vacation. We have all cruised multiple times before and thought it would be a nice treat for our anniversary and as a precursor to my wife having knee surgery. With so many negative reviews of Carnival and Glory specifically, we looked around for other lines, but based on interests of all involved and some dislikes for other aspects of some other lines, we came back to Carnival. It was a solid decision. The ship has a very easy to follow deck plan and we chose some starboard, aft balcony cabins. Good call as that was the dock side for all islands. We also chose Your Time Dining and were pleasantly surprised that for 5 of the 7 nights, there was at most a 3 minute wait in the line before we were seated. The 2 elegant nights we had a 30-35 minute wait which necessitated pagers/buzzers. We were also able to ask for the same wait staff when we wanted the familiarity of known servers. This was the first time ever that the host/maitre d' was of any real help to us, which was a plus. Excursions were well explained and those that took part in them were greatly pleased (Grand Turk - Snuba). The entertainment staff was good. They tried real hard and succeeded in providing a good time, although I didn't care for the Bingo caller when he was doing shtick, but when not doing Bingo he was very charismatic. The comedy club was quite well attended and the comedians I saw were quite good. The solo guitar players were just okay, and had no real charisma. The piano bar player was lackluster and was never well attended (when I went by - which was often). The main stage shows although had great production qualities, had very limited singing range and were not great. The ensemble "Resting Beach Face" was quite good and it was a pleasure to catch them all the time. I never made it to the water slide, or the mini golf - just too much to do and too many places to see. I wish that there was any kind of enrichment program on board that was worthwhile. The cooking demonstration had great samples but there was no way to actually see how or what they were doing while they made things. The Dive-in movies and midnight movie were a real cute idea and the deck parties were fun as well. I enjoyed the serenity deck and it was always quiet and easy to find someplace to sit and relax. The buffet - was at times crowded but there were plenty of choices. Burritos and Burgers and Pizza places were a very nice touch and the food there was good. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: April 2016
This was my fourth cruise on Carnival but it has been a few years since my last. Everything was as awesome as I recalled except some of the changes in the VIFP perks. Some of the cost cutting measures seemed overly cheap like not ... Read More
This was my fourth cruise on Carnival but it has been a few years since my last. Everything was as awesome as I recalled except some of the changes in the VIFP perks. Some of the cost cutting measures seemed overly cheap like not delivering your purchased alcohol the last night of the cruise. I understand people were abusing the perks though... Overall it was still a great cruise with great service. The dine-in movies were especially memorable and our dining room staff was super helpful getting us food to go so we could finally see Avengers Age of Ultron! One issue we had which was totally my fault was the cabin location. I've never booked this late and we wound up in a room right over the propellers so every night the room sounded like it was trying to shake itself apart. If you like sleep stay away from the aft part of the lower decks! :) For excursions we only did one. The St. Thomas Champange Catamaran Sail Away. It was a little more expensive but the snorkeling location was great and even with a fairly bad current it was easy enough to check out the shallow portions of the reef at Honeymoon Beach. The other ports were nice with Grand Turk being a real stand out. The dock is located right next to the beach and the water and swimming areas were incredible. I've never seen a stingray that close but one was just gliding through the middle of all the swimmers mid afternoon. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: December 2015
On our trip, December 12-19, we hoped for the best. We had a wonderful time on our honeymoon cruise in 2011, but had a horrible time on a shorter cruise in 2012. We thought we would give Carnival another try. We had an ocean view room ... Read More
On our trip, December 12-19, we hoped for the best. We had a wonderful time on our honeymoon cruise in 2011, but had a horrible time on a shorter cruise in 2012. We thought we would give Carnival another try. We had an ocean view room and it was nicely decorated for my husband's birthday. The room was clean and the steward was very attentive. However, the first night on the ship, there was no hot water in the sink or the shower. We called and they sent someone to fix it. They claimed no one had the room on the previous journey and it needed to be flushed. Fine. The next morning, the shower was only scalding. You could not get it warm. It took multiple calls to get someone to fix it. Finally, about 11 at night, they replaced the thermostat. They offered us a free night in the steakhouse (but then later made it for the wrong night and we had to discuss it with the steakhouse hostess). We had one excursion to Sapphire Beach. Carnival did not provide enough transportation to this location and we waited for 30 minutes in the parking lot. The woman who owned the transportation group didn't get us a bus and argued with us that it was Carnival's fault. Okay, so we had enough time at Sapphire Beach. The accommodations were a little lacking, but it wasn't terribly expensive as an excursion and we made the best of it. On the return from Sapphire Beach, the transportation never arrived. The man who took us would not answer his phone. We waited 45 minutes in another parking lot and were bitten by biting gnats. We had welts the next day. The dive shop operator was very helpful, but there was not much he could do. We did receive 1/2 off the excursion price. The dining room we were assigned to was over the engine and was like sitting on a washing machine. We switched dining rooms after speaking to the manager. The steakhouse was outstanding, having dined there twice (once for my husband's birthday, once for the trouble with the shower). The food in the buffet was disappointing. The burritos we ate had tiny chicken bones in it. It was either cold or soggy tasting. The burger joint was okay, but how many burgers can you eat? All in all, we would not repeat the experience. We did not want to complain and we don't, but with no hot water and a crappy experience with the excursions, it leaves a bad taste in your mouth. Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: October 2015
My husband and I went on our first cruise. My friends kept saying that you should leave a day ahead of time just to make sure you get to your right port on time. We didn't do that and got there with time to spare. The ship was big ... Read More
My husband and I went on our first cruise. My friends kept saying that you should leave a day ahead of time just to make sure you get to your right port on time. We didn't do that and got there with time to spare. The ship was big and the glass elevators were cool to see. You had your drill for an emergency shortly after you got on the ship. That could have been a bit shorter--it was warm that day and standing close to so many people and being on a plane all day--I just wanted a hot shower!! We went to Half Moon Cay. The sand here was like flour! The water was warm. You had to take a tender boat but that wasn't bad at all. We meet people from all over the world--we always met somebody new and that was great! Bring sunscreen and don't forget about the SALT WATER! Take pics and have fun!! Our second port was St. Thomas. We did an excursion of the island. It is a quik way to see and learn about where you are. Stopped at Magen's Bay, which was very beautiful. Lots of people though. Took a tram and the view up there was beautiful. Try the specialty drink after you get off the tram called the Bushwacker. Had a cold beer (CARIB--$2) at port!! The price was right and tasted great!! Another tip: TAKE A NOTEBOOK TO WRITE DOWN WHAT YOU DID!! I did for the first day and now I have to look at pics to remind me what we did. Well, next was San Juan. Took tour of island and visited El Yunke National Rain Forest. Finally Grand Turk--took the segway tour!! the guides were great and they own their own business--their parents started it. While excursions cost something but when are you ever going to be here again. Watch what you spend on the ship and keep it paid in full every day so at the end of your cruise you are not swamped with a big bill. We decided not to do the "all you can drink package". Glad we didn't. Couldn't see drinking that much to pay for it. I wanted to remember my cruise. We would go again and take our kids and some friends with. Tip the stewards well because they are on this boat for about 7 months and then couple weeks with their family. Our steward, MADE, was real nice and always had a smile on his face. All the help worked hard. It was hard at time to get answers out of them because of the language barrier. They are only told to say so much I guess. The cabin was nice--inside, but next time we are doing a balcony room. The entertainment was very well done and the food was good, but after about 5 days you wanted your own cooking. You were given an itinerary every day and there was always something to do--even on sea days. Disembarking was ok. We set our bags outside our door the night before but i think next time we will take our own. You get off the ship faster. I did not at all see an AED. I did email the cruise line but haven't heard back yet. What would someone do if someone went into cardiac arrest!!! the workers don't know what to do!! That was what i noticed and think they should have for sure. GUYS BURGERS WERE GREAT!!! Read Less
Carnival Glory Ratings
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Cabins 5.0 0.0
Dining 4.0 0.0
Entertainment 4.0 0.0
Public Rooms 4.0 0.0
Fitness Recreation 4.0 0.0
Family 4.0 0.0
Shore Excursion 4.0 0.0
Enrichment 1.0 0.0
Service 4.0 0.0
Value For Money 5.0 0.0
Rates 4.0 0.0

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