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6 Night Western Caribbean Cruise from Galveston

6 Night Western Caribbean Cruise from Galveston

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Carnival Valor

Cruise Critic Editor Rating:
4.0
1,450 reviews
Why Choose Carnival Valor?

Pros

More free than for-fee specialty dining venues

Cons

Unusual kids' club location near spa and Serenity deck

Bottom Line

Excellent value and fun, comfortable atmosphere for all ages


Cruise Reviews

Sail Date: June 2018
We choose this cruise by dates available at the time. For the first cruise not knowing what to expect it was a good experience. Only real complaint was the food during the dining time. We found that you could eat better at the Lido deck in ... Read More
We choose this cruise by dates available at the time. For the first cruise not knowing what to expect it was a good experience. Only real complaint was the food during the dining time. We found that you could eat better at the Lido deck in the food court. Burgers and Mexican food were great and no extra charge, that was a huge plus. Dining hall server was very friendly that was the only plus to that experience. Had a wonderful Seward, we was very friendly and called us by name every time he saw us. That was very welcoming. Easy off the at the ports. We caught rain at Cozumel. It all worked out though. Our excursion guide let us go at a later time. So we got to experience the dolphin swim. We had a great time in progresso on our excursion. They were very helpful and knowledgeable about the Myan ruins. Answered any questions we had. Super friendly! Over all will go again. Thanks Carnival! Read Less
Sail Date: June 2018
We just got back from a 4 day, 6/7 - 6/11. Embarkation was so easy and the staff was wonderful and cheerful. We were in outside cabin 1621 and 1623. My wife and I are in our mid-fifties with our grown children ages 28 & 30. ... Read More
We just got back from a 4 day, 6/7 - 6/11. Embarkation was so easy and the staff was wonderful and cheerful. We were in outside cabin 1621 and 1623. My wife and I are in our mid-fifties with our grown children ages 28 & 30. Greater by our Cabin Steward, Yuli, who was very pleasant and asked our preferences. We begged to have NO towel animals which went on deaf ears. But she did give us extra towels every day. We tried to keep the trash can out and even asked her but she kept putting it back hidden. Our first night we went to MDR, Lincoln dining room. Our head Waiter was Marius who always seemed like he was doing too much and couldn’t handle it all and didn’t rely on his helpers. However he gave great service and exceeded our expectations. Food was mediocre and barely warm at best. I can say that anything stood out, except for the chocolate melting cake, Mickey Mouse. The staff seemed very tired on the ship and most service matched the condition of the ship. The ship was not very clean, the public restrooms were on the verge of being disgusting and rust was seen everywhere. In Cozumel we went to Mr. Sanchos and had a wonderful time. Highly recommend reservations as they were turning people away without them. Lowlight was the Seaday Brunch. Under staffed and the waitstaff was horrific. And the food matched the service. Got fruit platter twice and neither time were they cold (who really likes warm cottage cheese). Eggs and most meat over cooked except for the bacon which was almost raw. We usually love Seaday brunch but this trip the Lido was probably better (did I say that?). Highlight was of course the Steakhouse. Our two waitresses had a major attitude and gave the staff table next us much more attention. However, the food made up for it. Not liking snails they made the escargot with shrimp and it was incredible. Don’t know which was better, the Cowboy, the lamb or filet. And thankfully they had the old menu so we ended up with the Chocolate Sampler...YUM!!!! My wife and I are Platinum and we made our way to the Lincoln dining room for debarktation with our children. Took 20 minutes to make it there from deck 1 as most passengers tried to get off before they were scheduled. Some almost unruly when they tried to clear the deck for customs inspection. The staff did their best to no avail. All in all it was a good time. This was our over 30th cruise on multiple lines and our children have over 15 and we all agreed that the ship needed a much needed cleaning and the staff needed a fun ship makeover. However, any cruise is a good cruise and we made the most of our time. Read Less
Sail Date: June 2018
This was our first cruise... and it will almost definitely be our last! I felt like part of a herd of cattle, being ran here and there. It was hot and miserable for the embarkation and debarkation and meetings. There wasn't enough ... Read More
This was our first cruise... and it will almost definitely be our last! I felt like part of a herd of cattle, being ran here and there. It was hot and miserable for the embarkation and debarkation and meetings. There wasn't enough entertainment on board to keep you busy in between excursions. The beds were rock hard and kept separating. The pools were so tiny and crowded. The crew was not all that helpful and there was definitely a language barrier. How can they help if they don't understand what you need? Our steward kept forgetting things in our room. They need more information when you're booking to help you choose a room, activities, etc. and a more detailed map on how to get where you need to be. Some floors don't go all the way though. It was very disconcerting. I was very disappointed. I was so looking forward to our very first cruise and this one ruined it for me. Also, the excursion crew flat out lied to me to get me to purchase an excursion. I was pissed! Read Less
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