11 Royal Caribbean Grandeur of the Seas Cruise Reviews for Group and Theme Cruises to Bermuda

My sister and I needed a short vacation away together so we booked this cruise from Baltimore, only a 3 hr. Drive from home. We have been on other cruises in the past with friends and family but this was just a "sister cruise". ... Read More
My sister and I needed a short vacation away together so we booked this cruise from Baltimore, only a 3 hr. Drive from home. We have been on other cruises in the past with friends and family but this was just a "sister cruise". From start to finish, I can't say enough about the wonderful service on this ship. I can't imagine being away from my family for 5-6 months at a time and still smile every day to all the customers. SUCH HARD WORKERS with little time off. People say that this is an "old ship with old people". This is not true! We saw people from 1-93 on this cruise. The 93 yr old lady was playing the piano in the Schooler Bar on the last night. What a treat to watch her play the piano. Just shows that you are never too old to enjoy life! Our wait staff in the man dining room was so sweet, Gener and Imade Ari! Yes they do get paid for their service but they also deserve a little extra tip for going the extra step. The food was tasty and I loved the salad bar at lunch in the main dining room where they mixed it all up for you! Wonderful! Our room steward was also great! She always greeted us with a smile and was eager to please us during our stay. Now the fun part. We meet some folks in the casino that were so cool! We spend a lot of time playing black jack and shouting "EVERYBODY WINS! When the dealer busted. Wow, we laughed and totally enjoyed ourselves. My sister even won the slot tournament for $500.00. Bermuda was fantastic! Warm but windy for 2 days.Booked the excursion for snorkeling and loved it. We didn't get to the beach but that's ok. Overall this was a great cruise and we would not hesitate to book again on Lady G. She is wonderful! Read Less
Sail Date June 2018
Great trip, biggest gripe was being too short of a vacation. Food is great, Staff is great and Service is Excellent. Was a bit rocky but made the best of hurricane season. We took a taxi ride around part of Bermuda and really got to take ... Read More
Great trip, biggest gripe was being too short of a vacation. Food is great, Staff is great and Service is Excellent. Was a bit rocky but made the best of hurricane season. We took a taxi ride around part of Bermuda and really got to take in the beautiful island, would highly recommend and only cost $180 for 6 of us to enjoy. The next day we did some shopping and a few went to the beach to enjoy the bit of sunshine we had during the trip. Much of the outside area was closed when underway because of rough seas and high winds, so we didn't get much time on the lounge chairs. Our dinning room experience is always great we love this ship because of the interaction with the main dinning room staff. Antonio and Meldon were awesome in the MTD and made our dinning experience one of the best. We also enjoyed Izumi on both sea days, some of the best sushi available. Read Less
Sail Date September 2017
We chose this cruise because it sailed out of Baltimore,MD and the destination was Bermuda. Upon arriving in Baltimore,MD at the port we were greeted with excellent service and smiles. The ship was awesome. It was impeccably clean and ... Read More
We chose this cruise because it sailed out of Baltimore,MD and the destination was Bermuda. Upon arriving in Baltimore,MD at the port we were greeted with excellent service and smiles. The ship was awesome. It was impeccably clean and well staffed. The staff was very friendly and welcoming. Our luggage was delivered promptly to our stateroom before we sailed. Our oceanview cabin 2064 was excellent. It was very clean, the bed was firm. There was plenty of storage space available in the closet, the drawers and in the bathroom. The dining on the ship was also very good.The Windjammer buffet offered the usual cruise like food. There was plenty of variety to choose from. The food was very fresh. Dining in the Great Gatsby dining room was great! The food was definitely gourmet. It was well prepared and presented. The dining room staff was very attentive. Greeted you with smiles throughout dinner. They made sure that you enjoyed your meal.The ship had plenty activities to choose from. You can relax at the sun deck, shop, or engage in the activities that were offered. We did not travel with children. I can't comment about the children's activities or services because we didn't use them. The age group on the ship varied from 25-70. Definitely an adult like cruise. The port at Bermuda Heritage Wharf was very nice and clean. It offers shopping and snorkel beach for those who did not want to venture out to Horshoe Bay upon arrival. Definitely do the excursion to Horseshoe Bay. It is absolutely beautiful. We were docked for two days. We chose to relax, however there are plenty of tours offered. It was a FANTASTIC cruise. Can't wait to sail again. Read Less
Sail Date September 2017
We were on a cruise Wedding to Bermuda. I had never been on a cruise before and was looking forward to this event for many reasons. 1) my sons Wedding - went off without a hitch, atmosphere was great food served at the Event was good, ... Read More
We were on a cruise Wedding to Bermuda. I had never been on a cruise before and was looking forward to this event for many reasons. 1) my sons Wedding - went off without a hitch, atmosphere was great food served at the Event was good, Bartenders were good, was second day. So my first cruise ever, to a place I have never been. Hopes and expectations were high, which became to be a disappointment. We decided we would go with the suite with all the extra amenities. I haven't had a vacation in years, so I would some pampering I guess you can call it. We were supposed to get priority pre-boarding, (it was just a side room, with some refreshments, then we were mixed in with all the other boarding passengers, no real pre-boarding if you will). We arrived at our suite, it was nice, being the first cruise i didn't know what to expect, but looking at the other cabin , we made right choice, Our house keeper was fantastic (Daniel), We bought the drink package because we had a mini bar in our suite, We ask him to stock it with some drinks, thinking we had drink package it would be included, WRONG @ $6 a coke, just saying, NO alcohol. Windjammer restaurant was at times so crowded I had to hold my food and drink in my hands until A table opened up. UGH. The pool bar was under staffed and had to wait 10-15 minutes for a drink. Not enough staff around the main pool either, ugh I really had high expectations due to the fact we had upgraded accommodations and the concierge package, just fell short of anything I have had at a resort type venue comparing package with same type of package. The pool someone threw up in and closed it for the majority of a day while in port, and they could no reopen until we set sail late that evening. So they had everyone go to the adult pool, which over whelmed that entire area. Which was smaller than the main pool area. The overall atmosphere of the crew NOT ALL MIND YOU, were they were just there and doing a job, some spoke, some just scurried by. My thoughts they were there to make it an experience. Dining in the Great Gatsby Dining area at table 406 Kameka and Aleksandra were truly there to cater to our dining needs. My mom was with us and is handicapped, she rides a scooter. The elevators were very slow at best. Read Less
Sail Date August 2017
Excellent experience, ships crews provided a most pleasant experience. Dining personnel provided the most excellant service we have ever experienced. the cuisine was excellent and I must confess that it wa so good that I consumed much more ... Read More
Excellent experience, ships crews provided a most pleasant experience. Dining personnel provided the most excellant service we have ever experienced. the cuisine was excellent and I must confess that it wa so good that I consumed much more than I should have. The special events such as the Military Veterans recognitions and the comedy and musical programs were highly enjoyable. As a combat vteran of the US Army in Vietnam I was highly honored to be recognized for my service. The time alloted to visit Bermuda was adequate and enjoyable. We found the ship's gift shops to be very well stocked and we purchased several gift items for our family in North Carolina. The stateroom and bath were always cleaned to perfection and we enjoyed the towel animals. I wish to repeat that all crew members from the officers to the maintence prsonnel were the friendly staff we have ever experienced. Ms Huaiguimilla made a remarkable impression on my wife and myself by her friendly and caring nature. Read Less
Sail Date June 2017
The cruise was organized by our local quilt shop and travel agent. Had a fun time checking out the ship's activities. Took a tour of the food galley which was very interesting, loved the 70s dance party, the marriage game, and the ... Read More
The cruise was organized by our local quilt shop and travel agent. Had a fun time checking out the ship's activities. Took a tour of the food galley which was very interesting, loved the 70s dance party, the marriage game, and the towel folding demo. Liked the solarium and different lounges to relax in. The staff and crew were so professional and friendly. We had excellent sailing weather and the weather in Bermuda was sunny and warm. The boats for America's Cup were there for the trials and we took a 4 hour tour of the island. We also attended an English Tea while on shore at Bermuda. The tea and scones were tasty. The food in the ship's dining room was really good and a nice menu each night. Loved the surf and turf dinner with filet mignon and lobster with baked Alaska for dessert. Especially loved the chilled,soups and tried a different one each night. The cruise was a great experience. Read Less
Sail Date May 2017
I am overall extremely happy with my cruise vacation with royal Caribbean. I am extremely happy with my service provided by my stateroom attendant Arya Prasetya. Arya went above and beyond the call of duty. Arya recognized us by name ... Read More
I am overall extremely happy with my cruise vacation with royal Caribbean. I am extremely happy with my service provided by my stateroom attendant Arya Prasetya. Arya went above and beyond the call of duty. Arya recognized us by name by the first evening. Arya always said good morning and was generally interested in our plans for the day. Arya provided his card and advised us we could call him at any time if we had any issues. Arya even cleaned our room more than once in a day! The room was spotless other than the clothing and luggage mess we had made ourselves. Even though we left our belongings all over the place, Arya was still able to make our room look clean! I have not had any other comparable experiences in any travel setting with room attendants including hotels in which I can say were close to my experience with royal Caribbean (last year we had Gloria and she was also great). As far as bar service goes, I received EXCEPTIONAL service from Bipul Arya. As soon as I got to the bar, Bipul recognized me and would say "rob how are you I will be right with you". I knew that if Bipul was at the bar, I would not have to wait long. This was not favoritism on Bipuls part, he was just that good of a bar tender. He was fast, efficient and entertaining. In the time that most bar tenders could make 1 drink, Bipul would have already helped 4 other customers. Bipul also did fun tricks as he was making drinks and would keep everyone at the bar in a great mood. Each morning I would find Bipul and ask him what bars he would be working at that day and when. I would base my bar selections on where he was working as I had bad experiences with other bar tenders. From watching others at the bar I found that not many people tip the bar tenders. I make it a point to tip with every drink. I would like to think that the bar tenders would remember the people who are actually tipping and try to provide them with a little faster service but that was not the case with most tenders. Even if I got crappy service I would still tip, and I spent a LOT of time at the bar (over $300 in tips alone). Most tenders did not care that they were being tipped and seemed to come to expect it. I also did not find it acceptable that on a Bermuda cruise, the bars would not have goslings rum, and most bar tenders did not know how to make a dark and stormy or a rum swizzle. Goslings was not the only thing in short supply. On two separate mornings I was unable to get a Bloody Mary on the deck due to the fact that they did not have Bloody Mary mix. I believe that royal needs to employ someone to restock the bar constantly with essential items such as Bloody Mary mix on the deck bar in the morning where most of your guests are enjoying the weather and drinking. Some of the bar tenders need to be taught the basic drinks, such as a mudslide as they often had to be told by people at the bar what kind of drinks they needed. In my experience at the bar I had 4 bar tenders whom I have NO complaints about and received exceptional service. Obviously Pibul was by far the best of any bar tenders I had experiences with. There was also two bar tenders on the deck, KT (unsure of the rest of his name) and Allan belliso. These two gentlemen knew their drinks and knew to make them fast. They did not delay in helping people and making them happy. I also had great experiences with Jason who works in the casino bar. Jason was off to a rough start with my first order of drinks on the ship. I joked around with Jason that he got the order wrong and he made sure to correct it even though I did not really care, I was going to drink the drink anyway. From that interaction on, Jason remembered me and my usual order and always made a good drink and I did not have to wait long at all. I did not get to experience ALLof the bar tenders and I'm certain they are all great, however, most of my time was spent at the deck bar or the schooner bar. While at the deck bar, some of the bar tenders were very slow moving (I watched one take 7 minutes to make ONE Bloody Mary and nothing else). The good bar tenders were able to multitask and make two three or four drinks at once, but some would make one drink at a time and it was a very slow process when the bar was busy. I was very satisfied with all of the bar tenders as they were walking around taking drink orders so that I would not have to get up from my seat. This is a great service to provide. I was upset that each time I was in the South Pacific, the bar was not open. I remember this bar being open all the time last year, especially during karaoke and the adult game show, but not this year. I am also upset that the bars do not stay open later. My group consisted of several people who work nights and we are up very late. We were unable to find any drinks late at night as the Viking and casino closed too early. I also think that there should be more deck activities later in the evening for those people who are not up at first light. I understand that most of your clientele is over 90, but throw us young people a bone and do a belly flop at 5pm or a sexy man competition at 7pm. Upon arrival to the ship my group was Immediately dissatisfied right offf the bat. The muster drill. Something needs to be changed about this. If the muster drill is supposed to be at 5pm, them give a 5 minute leeway and start at 5:05. There is no reason we should all have to wait 45 minutes just because some idiots think they don't have to attend. I'm not going to stand huddled in a group for 45 minutes while you search an entire ship for 2 people who did not want to attend. If the muster is THAT important then add a stipulation in the contract that if you miss the muster, you're off the ship. Goodbye. Furthermore, is the muster really that important? Nobody learned anything at the muster drill other than the fact that your employees are unorganized and need a megaphone since they cannot yell loud enough. My suggestion, end the muster, I'm sure every other guest that was on that ship will agree, it was ridiculous. Read Less
Sail Date May 2017
We usually travel on Silversea, a small ship cruise line, the largest carrying 540 passengers which has double the number of crew per passenger than on RCL. We have only cruised on one other large ship, that being the Carnival Pride, so ... Read More
We usually travel on Silversea, a small ship cruise line, the largest carrying 540 passengers which has double the number of crew per passenger than on RCL. We have only cruised on one other large ship, that being the Carnival Pride, so our comments and comparisons will be with that background. Three of us traveled in the Royal Family Suite 8518. We were celebrating a 70th birthday, which clearly puts us in the older demographic on this cruise. There were a total of nine in our group, some in suites and some in junior suites all on deck 8. The upgraded amenities of the suites versus the junior suites made a significant difference for us – but more about that later. The personnel at the port of Baltimore, from the parking attendants to the people checking us in, were friendly and efficient. Being in a suite gave us priority check-in and boarding (around 11 am) that we appreciated due to the crowds. Our initial impression boarding the ship was that the décor was quite attractive, unlike the assault on your senses experienced on the Pride which had plastic mermaids on the ceiling of the buffet area, and a larger than life-size statue of David in the up-charge restaurant (a strange choice). We ate lunch throughout the five-day cruise in Windjammer because we enjoyed the variety of the offerings at the buffet, especially the Indian and Asian dishes. We felt that the desserts were mediocre and would have liked to have the possibility of eating ice cream without having to go to the Main Dining Room or Ben & Jerry’s. There were several suite perks which made a big difference for us and without which we would never travel on RCCL again. The special breakfast each morning in Giovanni’s Table with superb service by Mark was a great way to start the day. The breakfasts were well prepared; we only wish that the pastries had been better. Access to the Concierge Lounge on Deck 11 throughout the day was nice, and we enjoyed our complimentary evening cocktail there before dinner. We also had access to the Diamond Club on Deck 6 where we could indulge in chocolate chip cookies so lacking in Windjammer. We also liked the view aft from the South Pacific Lounge, but since that was the venue for the art auction, we avoided it. We signed up for anytime dining, and our meals in the Main Dining Room at a table for nine were enjoyable with quick service from the kitchen. We also had special dinners for nine at Chops Grille and Giovanni’s Table. We had double checked on the reservation at Chops earlier in the day and thought we had corrected the errors made by the pre-cruise on-line booking service. However, we still received a phone call later in the afternoon trying to get us to change the time of our dinner with a bribe of a “good” bottle of champagne that we declined. We felt that the food at Chops was only fair – not worth the upcharge, and the table service was not as professional as we expected nor was the wine service up to par. When we were challenged about not having pre-paid the meal without the server checking the reservation first, it really took the shine off the special celebration. Our experience at Giovanni’s Table was just the opposite. We were able to book a table for nine the same day. The Northern Italian cuisine was superb, and the service, once again by Mark, was excellent. We highly recommend Giovanni’s Table. The gym facilities were good, however not as good as on the Carnival Pride which were spectacular but empty. On the Grandeur, they were always busy. The walking track on Deck 10 was good, and Deck 5 was also an enjoyable place to walk if there weren’t too many smokers. It appeared that there was an adequate number of deck chairs for the full complement of passengers on our cruise. Prior to our cruise, we were contacted by the Suite Concierge, Francis, who explained all the special services available to us. This was particularly helpful since we were “newbies”. He was a great resource the whole time we were on board, and his cheerful manner truly made a difference for us. He constantly checked to make sure that we were enjoying ourselves and answered any questions that we had during the trip. Disembarkation was handled extremely efficiently for suite passengers with special provisions made for a dedicated elevator and help with luggage. We opted to carry our bags off the ship around 7:30, but once again suite perks gave us a special line for customs and immigration. Overall, we felt the crew and officers were very friendly and sincerely interested in helping us have a good time. Now – the less than good aspects of the cruise. Our biggest complaint was the constant sales pressure whether it was the art auction, the special sales at the shops, the raffle tickets for a free cruise, the photographer or the up-charge specials in the main dining room. Our second issue, albeit not one that RCCL canreally control, was the behavior of some of the passengers who had no idea how to dress properly or speak quietly. Yes, everyone was there to have fun, but there are limits, and some passengers did not have a clue how to observe them. Thankfully, we could avoid much of the din by going to the Concierge Lounge for a quiet place to read. Lastly – the big question: would we travel on RCCL again. The answer is a qualified “yes”. We would only cruise out of Baltimore which is close to our hometown, and we would only travel in a suite to take advantage of the perks. For us, it is not worth the cost or effort to fly to another city to board an RCCL ship. After all is said and done, the cost of the trip approached 80% of the cost of a cruise on Silversea where all tips, coffee, soda, alcoholic beverages and most wines are included in the fare. Read Less
Sail Date September 2016
This cruise was a booking as part of a larger group booking with families of 25 teenage girls that had a chance to dance on the ship through their local dance company. This is why it was chosen, with the idea in mind that Bermuda is a ... Read More
This cruise was a booking as part of a larger group booking with families of 25 teenage girls that had a chance to dance on the ship through their local dance company. This is why it was chosen, with the idea in mind that Bermuda is a relatively crime free island and a place where we felt comfortable to take such a large group overall. This was my 4th cruise with Royal Caribbean and fell within our 20 year wedding anniversary. I usually do not write reviews, but this cruise with Royal Caribbean was less than stellar. First, this is the second time, of my past 2 cruises on Royal Caribbean; we were supposed to receive an onboard credit and did not receive it. Once on the ship, guest services told us, once again, there is nothing they could do, that we would have to contact our travel agent at the end of the trip. It was only for a lousy $50.00, but it is still the point that they couldn’t offer even something in exchange. Dinner service our first night was poor and slow until we complained, then it picked up the following services but it was still slow overall. We had the beverage package and it took nearly ½ hour to get a glass of wine. Service in Chop's Grille our second night was horribly long, we missed the captain's party because of it......2 &1/2 hours for dinner? The waiter was inattentive and the manager ended up clearing our plates. Again there was slow bar service at the table. The steaks and food overall in Chop's Grille were no better than in the dining room, I expected better quality for the extra $30.00pp it cost to eat there There was only 1 show time for most shows, we missed the welcome aboard show and the final evening show because dinner took so long, there were no late show seating’s offered. The shows and costumes were outdated and there were only late night comedian performances 2 out of the 5 nights, nightlife was dead. The ship has very little to do compared to many past cruises I have been on and there were not a lot of amenities, no mini golf, every ship at least has mini-golf for the kids. The rock climbing wall had limited open climb hours and for most of them, it was closed down due to wind while we were sailing. The jogging track was closed also 2 times when we wanted to use it and because the gym was so small, that was not an alternative option. My daughter and her friends went to the movie hoping they could swim while watching the movie, but they closed the pool when they got there and 2 of the 4 hot tubs were closed, the other 2 were filled with people. They also waited 1/2 hour in line at the movie for popcorn only to find out that they were selling it for $3.00, not giving it out like all other past cruises we’ve been on. Is Royal Caribbean really that hard up that they cannot give popcorn out for free with the movies like other cruise lines? The 24hr ice cream was not available after 9PM most nights, we found out later on the ship tour, that it was being rationed most of the trip because they did not have enough and that they later ran out of ice cream base because not enough was ordered. My mother in law had her walker taken and placed on the other side of the metal detector coming back in from port. After walking all day and with tired legs, she was asked to walk about 10 feet past the metal detectors to get it back. The next day, after complaining, she was offered a wooden cane to go through the metals detectors. When inquiring about a future cruise we were very interested in booking, I thought I would get a better deal booking on the ship, but the deal was actually $200-$300 more than what I pulled up online the week before for the same cruise. The future cruise associate was not engaged or very interested in making the sale, so we decided we would definitely wait for a better option. This being my 9th cruise, I've always thought Royal Caribbean was superior to other cruise lines, but not after this cruise or on this ship. I’ve since booked Carnival for my next cruise experience. Read Less
Sail Date June 2016
This was my 2nd experience on Grandeur of the Seas. My first cruise in 2013 was WONDERFUL! Excellent customer service on every level. From stateroom attendant (loved Ida Ashley) to each porter. To say this cruise was different would be an ... Read More
This was my 2nd experience on Grandeur of the Seas. My first cruise in 2013 was WONDERFUL! Excellent customer service on every level. From stateroom attendant (loved Ida Ashley) to each porter. To say this cruise was different would be an understatement. Part 1 I travelled with 16 family members and friends. My sister is handicapped, in a wheel chair and the 1st issue surfaced before we boarded the ship. She and my 83 year old mom got a late room assignment, so did not have the proper tags for their luggage. As a result, no one from Royal Caribbean would assist them with their luggage. It was pouring rain, they were in the main building, but had to get their bags to where the drop off point was. That job fell to my mom. Did I mention she was 83? My other sister rushed to get there to assist. They then had to push my sister up the ramp to enter the ship. No handicap access was available. Again, no assistance from any Royal Caribbean employee. My mom said another little old lady did assist and finally, between the two of them they shamed someone into helping. Part 2 began with me contacting guest services (another misnomer). What I was trying to find out was if there was a way one of my Bermuda cousins could drive up the walkway to the ship (there is a car lane) to pickup my wheelchair bound sister. I was told, repeatedly NO. Not only could they not access that lane to pick her up, no one from the ship would be able to bring her down to the road. Seems as if once again, they lied. When we departed the ship, my cousins had driven as far up the lane as they could, parked and were waiting inside the customs building when we exited. Part 3 We also had a slight snafu with our first seating dining. Seems some travellers did not understand the meaning of seating dining or assigned tables. Our dining room staff handled it better than I would have, and we received champagne for dinner the next night as an apology. If it were not for the dining room staff, Royal Carribean would only have receive a ONE! Our dining staff went above and beyond. In fact, they were the highlight of the trip (outside of all the family fun and games). Finally, there is the new fee of $67.50 for gratuities. I don't mind tipping, and tip based on actual service. Since tipping is now included for every person on the cruise, I feel their customer service reflects this as a given. Many people don't have the personality, the will or the heart to offer genuine customer service. Our last stateroom attendant did. The one we had for this cruise was MIA, he never once asked if we needed anything. Not once. Guess that sums up my disappointment with Royal Caribbean, and Grandeur of the Seas. My official renaming is Ghetto of the Seas for those in the know. I hope it returns to the glory of old - old as in 2 years ago! Read Less
Sail Date May 2016
We just completed our cruise on Royal Caribbean's Grandeur of the Seas, along with several friends. Our previous cruise experience had been on NCL and Cunard, and while it is difficult to make a comparison between lines based on the ... Read More
We just completed our cruise on Royal Caribbean's Grandeur of the Seas, along with several friends. Our previous cruise experience had been on NCL and Cunard, and while it is difficult to make a comparison between lines based on the experience of one ship, I did come away feeling that the NCL options in the Mid-Atlantic (Mainly NCL's Breakaway and Gem) were better suited for families due to their on-board amenities and the Freestyle Dining system on NCL. That said, we did enjoy our time on Grandeur. If you're considering a cruise on Grandeur, you'll probably hear people mention that it is an "old" ship, however everything on-board is just as new/modern as most ships afloat. The staterooms are a good size and there are some great lounges on the ship. The only notable difference between this ship and most newer cruise ships today is its size. We found the food to be good, though the dining options are somewhat limited, especially if you want a mid-afternoon or late evening snack/meal. The only place one can go to is the "Park Cafe," which is a small stand where you have to wait in a line for a server to hand you food (mostly pre-made sandwiches, pre-made salads, hot dogs and chips). As far as kid's options, there is one pool for all ages, as well as a small area for teens and young children and a rather small arcade. The crew we encountered were largely friendly and helpful, though the crew to passenger ratio on this ship is rather high. As a result, the wait times in bars/lounges for a bartender or waiter can be rather long. Also, while I wouldn't go so far as to say the ship was "dirty," I did notice the ship was not kept as clean as past ships I've been on (mainly because there aren't enough people to stay on top of clearing tables, vacuuming carpets, polishing handrails, keeping restrooms in order, etc.). Regardless, we found that the activities crew does an amazing job of keeping people active throughout the day (you'd see them running from event-to-event), so there is PLENTY to do on this ship, even on a rainy day. One other nice thing about this ship is the pool area is not as crowded as other cruises I've experienced, so it is possible to find a seat near the pool throughout the day. All-in-all, I would say this is a nice ship that is super-convenient for people in the Northeast considering a cruise with a wide range of activities geared more towards adults (than families). Read Less
Sail Date July 2015
Grandeur of the Seas Ratings
Category Editor Member
Cabins 3.5 4.0
Dining 3.5 4.0
Entertainment 3.5 3.8
Public Rooms 3.5 4.2
Fitness Recreation 3.5 3.8
Family 3.5 3.8
Shore Excursion 3.5 3.8
Enrichment 1.0 3.5
Service 4.0 4.5
Value For Money 4.5 3.9
Rates N/A 4.2

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