Sail Date: June 2004
I sailed on Adventure of the Seas in June 2004. It was my 5th cruise. I had sailed RCCL before and wasn't at all impressed and vowed never to sail RCCL again. However, our kids ages 11-15 wanted to go again because of the Royal ... Read More
I sailed on Adventure of the Seas in June 2004. It was my 5th cruise. I had sailed RCCL before and wasn't at all impressed and vowed never to sail RCCL again. However, our kids ages 11-15 wanted to go again because of the Royal Promenade. They liked meeting with other kids.    Another disappointment was the food. It was absolutely the worst food I have ever put in my mouth. The steak was so thick and tough my knife wouldn't even cut it, The chicken was like hard rubber, and the desserts were tasteless. They only had one salad a night and if you didn't like it they would bring you some lettuce with tomato on it. The dressing of the night is what you got regardless whether you liked it or not. I lost one pound while on the cruise. I must say though, the dining service was great.   The shows were bad. My granddaughter's dance team is better than those dancers. In fact that is what the 2 nights of dancing was, dance team quality. The 2 comedians were not funny and had a filthy mouths. Not suitable for families.   We didn't get our luggage until 10 oclock. We were dirty from being on planes and airports. Was tired and wanted to go to bed. Even my kids said this was their last trip on RCCL. Take my advice and go on Disney!! You won't be disappointed! Read Less
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Sail Date: November 2004
This cruise was not up to our expectations. For such a nice ship it was filled with locals who got cut rate deals in San Juan just to fill up the ship. They made the experience much less than it could have been otherwise because they ... Read More
This cruise was not up to our expectations. For such a nice ship it was filled with locals who got cut rate deals in San Juan just to fill up the ship. They made the experience much less than it could have been otherwise because they comprised over 600 guests on our cruise. For the most part they were rude, obnoxious and took every opportunity to cut in front of you when waiting in any line and would not even let you off of the elevator. Every instruction on the ship and announcement was in English and Spanish with no concern given to any other nationality that was onboard. The Puerto Rican guests clogged all of the lines and were indifferent to any other passengers on the ship. You had to push your way through them to get anywhere. We went on a cruise with another couple who paid for a Junior Suite, but got upgraded for free to an Owner's Suite because RC ran out of Junior Suites. We paid $ 1,500 more than they did for a lower grade Suite. You would think that they wouldn't be so stupid as they could have upgraded us and given our room to our companions and everyone would have benefited. But they aren't that sophisticated and they made no effort to explain why they would do this knowing it would make one party very unhappy and that the upgrade wouldn't be a secret. The service in the main dining room was below average since the staff was overloaded. Our level on Deck 3 had only two bar waiters so getting a drink or some wine took a real effort on your part. If you wanted to get service you had to slip them some money and then they would take excellent care of you. Until then you were just in line like everyone else and you might not get a drink until 1/2 way through dinner. The menu for the first 3 days was terribly simple and unexciting, but it did pick up the last 4 days. It is the same menu every cruise and published in the cruise directory in your stateroom. We had a suite and in room snacks were delivered every day at about 1:30. We didn't know this when we ate the tuna and salmon at 5:30 and I believe this was the reason I became ill that evening. Drink services are screwed up. If you buy a soft drink card you can get all of the Coke, etc. you want, just not in a can like those who pay for it with cash, or charge it to your room. Coffee cost money at any bar, but was free in the dining room, or by room service, or at the self-serve joint on Deck 5. The Concierge lounge is stocked with a fair amount of drinks and a smattering of cheap appetizers from 5:30 to 8:30 pm, the rest of the time you could get coffee, or a soft drink, but you weren't supposed to take them out of the lounge. The staff we spoke with were not happy about the situation on the ship and the number of non-tipping locals has ruined the earning potential of the entire staff who depend on tips like the dining room staff and stateroom staff. Our stateroom attendant was lucky that most of his clientele were in suites and he only had a small percentage of inside rooms full of the non-tippers who paid less than 1/2 of what you will pay to cruise. This is according to people on the ship and even the local bus transfer drivers who cruise all of the time since it is so cheap and they get such a good deal. I would never recommend this cruise to anyone until Royal Caribbean ends its policy of filling up the ship with low paying guests and improves its service staff morale. The ports of call are great and included Aruba, Curacao, St. Maarten, St. Thomas and back to San Juan the dump of lot. The port is surrounded by slums of decaying buildings. If you do cruise you will find that on the 6th day of the cruise you will have to get up early for immigration in St. Thomas by 9:00 AM. On the 7th day they just want you off of the ship ASAP. No in room dining for breakfast, service in the 1 dining room that was open was too slow to accommodate the people trying to eat and many were turned away because of the delay. We got a donut and some self-serve coffee and considered ourselves lucky to get off of the ship. The offloading process is a joke with them calling about 1/2 the passengers to leave by 9:00 AM in one giant gnarly mess. Celebrity breaks the process down into smaller groups so you know when you are getting off of the ship the night before. RC just blindsides you and wants you off the ship so they can fill it up with discount passengers again. Read Less
Sail Date: January 2005
To set the tone of my review I should explain this was our first and last cruise experience. I only wish I would have found a site, such as this, was available prior to booking. My wife and I found out about this site from an airline ... Read More
To set the tone of my review I should explain this was our first and last cruise experience. I only wish I would have found a site, such as this, was available prior to booking. My wife and I found out about this site from an airline steward while flying home early from our cruise vacation. Day One -- Boarded ship and was impressed with cleanliness. Took a while for luggage to reach my room. Decided to stroll ship while waiting for clothing. Returned to room about two hours later, no luggage. Would have been nice to shower but we just had to wait. FINALLY clean clothes ... but we better hurry because we are scheduled to eat in 20 minutes! Then it dawns on me ... I'm on vacation and I'm scheduled to eat? Oh well ... get a grip on myself ... after all I asked for this. Well down to the dining room we go sitting with six total strangers. Emphasis strange! Food was worst I ever ate, or should I say didn't eat. Waiter never asked if something was wrong when he returned to offer dessert. Harruhhhh! Ship is departing ... Look at wife and notice she is very uncomfortable. She did take motion sickness medication earlier in the day ... guess it's not working. Bouncing off walls in hallway while returning to room for rest ... we don't have our sea legs yet. Unrestful night in bed because of rolling seas ... and a mattress that was about 3 inches thick. Day Two -- This day was a nightmare. At sea all day and feeling worse physically than night before. Ship still rolling and now realize it's just not us ... many onboard feel same uncomfortable sickness from constant rolling of ship. After suffering all day long my wife and I decided that when we reach Aruba the following morning we would disembark the ship, thus ending our cruise. That evening I went to speak with Guest Relations. I explained our situation and asked if they could do one of two things. Either arrange for hotel stay on Aruba or flight back home from Aruba. Bottom line they explained we had to arrange this ourselves. Although I will admit they did offer the use of their phone for a fee. Just great ... and call who, INFORMATION? They requested we surrender our passports that evening for immigration purposes. What I found most distressing was not once did he ask if we would like to be seen by the medical staff. Matter of fact this person at guest relations didn't appear to be much older that 18 or 19 years old and had a very indifferent attitude. Prior to leaving guest relations they made sure I paid anything I owed while on my short stay, which I did in cash. Well I called my credit card company and they also billed my account. So, I was smart enough to save my cash recp't. ONCE OFF SHIP THE WONDERFUL PEOPLE OF ARUBA TOOK GREAT CARE OF US! I should also state that the cruise was packed with people from San Juan ... to help fill the rooms at a discounted price from what I heard. I found that group impolite and rude. I guess if you want a discounted cruise it would be better booked from San Juan for you bargain hunters. I should also point out the the level of entertainment was high school level. Wait, I've seen better entertainment at our local high school. Read Less
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Sail Date: November 2006
We took our first cruise in 2/06 with several members of my family. We had such a wonderful time on the Adventure that we booked the same cruise, same destination, same everything for the week of 11/19/06. Wow, how things can change in 9 ... Read More
We took our first cruise in 2/06 with several members of my family. We had such a wonderful time on the Adventure that we booked the same cruise, same destination, same everything for the week of 11/19/06. Wow, how things can change in 9 months. I've heard horror stories about embarkation, but to be honest we never had any trouble. From the airport to the pier and getting on board was no hassle. Just lucky I guess. The first problem we encountered was that it took until almost 8:00PM for our luggage to arrive in our rooms. Since we had been traveling since 4:00AM that morning, we really needed a shower and change of clothes. As it was, we had very little time to freshen up and make the muster drill. Our 2nd seating dinner at 8:30PM pushed back to after 9:00PM by the time we got there. From that point on our stay on board was very stressful. We have two children ages 5 and 9. They enjoyed the Adventure Ocean youth facilities, but I found the youth staff to be much less enthusiastic then they were on our first cruise. The biggest problem we had was that there was an extremely large group of locals from Puerto Rico, which makes sense since this is the home port of the ship and I've heard that they are offered favorable pricing in order to fill the boats. There were 50 girls celebrating their 15th birthday on the ship. We learned that the 15th birthday is a very big deal down there. 50 girls plus all of their families and friends. I don't think I would be exaggerating to say that nearly 60 to 75 percent of the passengers on the ship were part of this group. Or at least it felt that way. With a group this size they inevitably took over the ship. Every part of the ship was filled to capacity. They were some of the most inconsiderate and rude people I've come across. They screamed and yelled all over the ship. Ate food in the pool, yes, in the pool. Although they were notified to remove the food items from the pool, the remnants remained. There was no organization at the buffet line. They barged right in where ever they saw something they wanted. When I told them that there was a line and they should go to the back of it they played the "I don't speak English" game. When my sister, who speaks Spanish told them, they played the "I didn't know" game. Every time! They left their empty cups and plates in the elevators, on the stairs, in the bathrooms and everywhere else they happened to be when they were done eating. They congregated in every hallway, stairwell, public space, bathroom, etc... Security on the ship was non existent. I only once saw three security personnel walk through the promenade at the 1:00AM curfew one night to inform the kids under 17 to return to their rooms. However, the kids just moved to the stairwells. Every 10 minutes someone would shout at the top of their lungs "Yo Soy Poriqua", sorry for the spelling, which translates I believe into "I am Puerto Rican." And 500 or more people would shout back "Parque tu la sepa", again sorry for the spelling, which translates I believe into "Just so you know it" or something like that. The first day or two it was cute, but after 3, 4, 5, 6 days of it we were shell shocked. I overheard that there were 800 children on board. Clearly 90 percent were from this group. They were up all night running through the halls or hanging out in the library, Internet lounge, stairwells, promenade, etc... The 1:00AM curfew was a joke. Parental supervision didn't exist. In many cases the parents were worse than the children. The bathrooms on this cruise were the worst I've seen. Disgraceful in fact. My mother attempted to use one of the ladies rooms near the dining room one evening. At least 20 ladies from this group were in there talking and fixing their hair. She asked if they were waiting for a stall and they ignored her. After asking several times and being ignored several times she went for an open stall. Of course, no tissue paper. The bathrooms were dirty and the cleaning staff could not keep up with the mess. And I still don't understand why it takes 10 people to stand in line when only one of them is paying for photographs at the ships photo studio. Just when you thought not one more person could fit in that room, here comes 10 to 15 people pushing through. And I mean pushing. I finally left in frustration after 30 to 45 minutes waiting on line because it wasn't until they got to the register that they decided to sort through the pictures they wanted or not. I was equally frustrated with the ship's staff. They did absolutely nothing to control the crowds or enforce the ships rules. In fact, I believe they fueled the rowdiness and unruliness of the local group. Every show was preceded by the cruise director shouting "yo soy poriqua" and hundreds of people shouting back in return. Every ship sponsored activity was dominated by the group. The nightclub played only hip hop and gangster rap for 18 year olds. The cruise director and his staff seemed amused by it all. But they didn't have to navigate around the craziness to try and enjoy a vacation that a lot of money was spent on. The only times we had any peace was at port when we couldn't get off the ship fast enough. There were a few days when we wished we didn't have to get back on! In the end, we felt totally and completely alienated. It wasn't our cruise. It was theirs. It wasn't my vacation. It was theirs. The ship accommodated this group at the expense of everyone else. I might still cruise with RCCL again, but NEVER from PR. They acted like animals. Read Less
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Sail Date: October 2007
My husband, sister, and I flew down to San Juan a day early for our October 28th Adventure of the Seas Cruise for 7 days to the Southern Caribbean. The overall food on the ship was bad to poor. Don't get me wrong it looked great, ... Read More
My husband, sister, and I flew down to San Juan a day early for our October 28th Adventure of the Seas Cruise for 7 days to the Southern Caribbean. The overall food on the ship was bad to poor. Don't get me wrong it looked great, but it had no flavor. When I asked our server in the dining room for some garlic power to spice up the food she told me no. I wish I could tell you that the opinion on the food was just mine, but it was mentioned by almost all those we came in contact with. We had such great food on the Rhapsody last year so this was a big let down. We met some wonderful people on the ship. We had over 30 people show up for our mix and mingle party. Royal Caribbean started it an hour late, but fun was had by all. We did a gift exchange that was a ton of fun. Now for the reason I am writing this review. You can read about ports of call, etc. on other sites, but I hope those of you considering "touching the hot stove" and trying Adventure of the Seas or any other cruise out of San Juan will please read this and then make a decision to book. Local citizens from Puerto Rico paid 1/5 of what we paid from Indiana. This is cruise cost alone, not including airfare. How did we find this out? We asked several of the crew members and it was confirmed many times over. Now, I understand that as locals they have the ability to cruise on shorter notice. The money difference really isn't a big argument. To me it is like the apple I-phone price going down in price. However, due to these EXTREME discounts we had 1,500 Puerto Ricans on the ship. I am sure many of you are ready to defend the citizens of PR, but let me start by saying this. I was not upset by the discounts as much as I was for the culture differences we had on the ship. To me these differences are considered rude. To those of you who think it would just be a chance to experience a new culture I invite you to put your hand on the stove. For the majority the PR citizens had no basic manners. They wore jeans to the dining room, kept pushing the door closed button the elevators so you could not get on, budged in line at all the buffets and disembarkation, talked through each show in the theatre, did not say excuse me when they ran into you, wore clothes (not suits) into the swimming pool, took over the outdoor pool, and as I found out from the crew members don't believe in tipping. One of the most frustrating parts was the lack of parental supervision of their children. On the way to the dining room one night a 12 year old PR boy honesty ran into at full force an 80 year old man and knocked him down. The boy and his adult friends that were with him laughed when the man fell down! I spoke with over 100 couples during this cruise at various events. These couples were from the continental US. At the beginning of the week I think we were all trying to not rock the boat and say anything to the staff about our issues (don't want to be considered stereotyping people), but by the end of the cruise many made official complaints in the ships log. Before that we made verbal complaints to customer service. However, the crew did nothing to remedy the situation. A general announcement about guest conduct, enforcing the jeans rule in the dining room, etc. would have made a small difference and shown the crew cared. Instead, they hired musicians that played only PR music (not Caribbean themed), had special activities for the Spanish speakers, and made sure to have the PR cruisers shout at the top of their lungs some PR cheer at shows, dinner, or on the promenade. If a cruise line ever wanted to make me feel unwanted this was it. We were warned ahead of time of the culture differences of the PR citizens, but I was dumb enough to think it was just small differences. They were huge differences that had a significant part in ruining my vacation. We thought it would be fine since were not on a Quincenera cruise. However, we found out that every week they have at least 1500 PR citizens on the cruise. Knowing that they paid 1/5 of what I did and the fact that they did not follow general code of conduct most of us do (politeness) I ended up spending the last 2 evenings in my stateroom. I was so frustrated by the situation that I sequestered myself. I really couldn't stand hearing that PR chant one more time. I have a call into the crown and anchor society to make another complaint. I don't care about a discount or cruise credit. My whole goal in writing this review and continuing to complain is the make sure future cruisers do not have to put up with this lack of civility. I wish I could describe how bad it got, but it is hard to explain how all these factors taking place over 7 days just drains you. In conclusion I know my fellow cruisers on this boat will also be writing reviews. So you don't have to take my word for it. I wish I would have listened and switched my cruise. Read Less
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Sail Date: December 2007
Embarkation at San Juan was easy - probably too easy, as we would learn later in the cruise. We boarded early, about 1 PM, with no lines or problems. Our cabin was ready, and the buffet in the Windjammer was open. No sanitizing wipes were ... Read More
Embarkation at San Juan was easy - probably too easy, as we would learn later in the cruise. We boarded early, about 1 PM, with no lines or problems. Our cabin was ready, and the buffet in the Windjammer was open. No sanitizing wipes were distributed at any time. After lunch, we left the boat and toured Old San Juan. Very worthwhile, since you do not have to be back on board until 5 PM. An announcement was made that the boat was full, 3,700 passengers, with about 1,800 locals from P.R. By Thursday, our second day at sea, we noticed the dining rooms and Lyric theater were not as crowded. Friday, after docking at St. Martin, we noticed that Purell wipes were being distributed upon returning to the ship. When asked about this, we were told there was a flu virus in St. Martin that they did not want to come onboard the ship. I was skeptical, because I am a doctor, and this did not make sense. By Friday lunch, announcements were made that passengers were becoming ill and that all food would be served in the Windjammer, which is the buffet and was self-serve until them. It turned out that there was a large outbreak of virus onboard, both crew and passengers. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) require the ship to report when more than 1% of passengers become sick, which includes crew and guests. It was not clear when this was reported, but many more people were sick than Royal Caribbean admitted. And I am sure many more because ill after they returned home. Friday and Saturday all youth activities were cancelled because of the virus. After speaking with the CDC upon our return, we were told norovirus is a problem on this ship at all times, just the extent of the outbreak varies. I wish I had known this before cruising, as everyone in our family became ill. And we had all been very careful about handwashing. Suffice it to say, Royal Caribbean did a poor job at both preventing the virus from spreading and with general sanitation in the first place. A few other comments are noteworthy. We had no problems with the demographics on the ship - i.e. the locals. The Production shows were great; guest entertainers weak. The Cruise Director Mike was fun. Overall, it could be a good cruise if better hygienic practices were followed. I would not recommend this boat to anyone, however, because there is a very substantial chance you will get sick and is that what you want on vacation? Better options elsewhere. Read Less
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Sail Date: November 2010
I planned a cruise with my partner and could not go for any longer than five nights so were left with few options. After much deliberation we decided to book on a five night cruise on the Adventure of the Seas from Malaga. The ... Read More
I planned a cruise with my partner and could not go for any longer than five nights so were left with few options. After much deliberation we decided to book on a five night cruise on the Adventure of the Seas from Malaga. The cruise did not get off to a great start. We arrived at the port and had to queue for miles to eventually get booked in. As soon as we were handed our sea passes, I pointed out to the representative that it had the wrong dining option. We had asked for the later dining and had been put on the first sitting. He said there was nothing he could do about this and to speak to the restaurant manager who would sort it out for me. This was to be the beginning of a long saga. When I went to the restaurant manager which incidently meant waiting for at least half an hour I was told the only option was to put us on My Time Dining. He then immediately got me to sign a piece of paper which was clearly not for my benefit but to ensure the tips were added on to my account. To cut a long story short I had to visit customer service and argue my point for an hour. Eventually after a lot of effort on my part they did take the tips off. This was not the only problem. Our cabin, okay we booked an inside cabin, was dirty and tiny! The wall covering was ripped and the curtains around the bed dirty and ripped. In fact, the whole ship was old and tired and is in serious need of updating. I can't honestly believe anyone has anything good to say about this horrible ship. I had recently been on the Azura which, of course, is a new ship but there was frankly no comparison. The Azura was clean, great food and reasonable priced. Royal Caribbean seem intent on ripping you off at every possible opportunity. They also market one of their bar areas as the aquarium bar. This is surrounded by a large aquarium but the only problem is there are no fish! It looks ridiculous and when I asked the waitress why it was empty she informed me that all the fish had died! If this is the case, surely you need to update this area so it doens't look so ridiculous. Let's face it there are so few nice areas on Adventure of the Seas a few fish would have been nice to see! Overall verdict of Adventure of the Seas is NEVER AGAIN! Read Less
Sail Date: January 2011
Just returned last night. 7 Days on Adventures of the Sea out of San Juan. Stops in Barbados, St. Lucia, Antigua, St. Maarten & St. Croix. This ship is 10 years old and in need of updates. Inefficient crew to passenger ratio. ... Read More
Just returned last night. 7 Days on Adventures of the Sea out of San Juan. Stops in Barbados, St. Lucia, Antigua, St. Maarten & St. Croix. This ship is 10 years old and in need of updates. Inefficient crew to passenger ratio. Overall service is fair. Too few room attendants. Too few wait staff. Too small public dining area (cafeteria) to accommodate 3300 passengers. Difficult to find seating at breakfast or lunch. Understaffed as well for evening dining in assigned dining rooms. Food quality poor in all aspects. NO onboard presentations regarding ports of call OTHER than recommended stores to visit in port. Do your own research before as their super slow internet service barely allows you to check your email for less than $10-15. (Takes 5 minutes just to log in - horrendous!!) ABSOLUTELY NO ONE ON DUTY IN THE BUSINESS CENTER E V E R !!!!! No hot water on several evenings. Only scalding hot water in room sinks on some mornings. 10 year old tv's in all rooms, with flat screens only available in some public bar areas. Poor management of 3300 passengers. Totally disorganized when embarking and disembarking. LOW quality shows in the theatre. Poor selection of movies offered. Few dining options with the public cafeteria dining not large enough to accommodate a boat of this large size. Little entertainment in the evenings other than bad shows in the theatre. No dancing other than partiesby the pool beginning at 11:30PM at night. BORING on many nights. POOR business center with no help available for internet service which was the slowest speed ever found in recent history on a cruise line. (Takes 10 minutes to access one's email, at a cost of 58 cents per minute.) At ports of call from 8:30 to 5:30, 4:30 some ports. Not enough time. On board contests? Oh yeah, they give the winner a pen? Not even a t-shirt? DO NOT RECOMMEND. Read Less
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Sail Date: April 2011
Please do not go on this cruise ship. Lets be fair and say that the service is decent, not amazing, but acceptable. The food is way below average and the rooms and the cruise are run down. I have taken other cruises but nothing like this ... Read More
Please do not go on this cruise ship. Lets be fair and say that the service is decent, not amazing, but acceptable. The food is way below average and the rooms and the cruise are run down. I have taken other cruises but nothing like this one. Although they call it a "family" cruise I guess they forgot to mention it was a very cheap motel type family vacation cruise. The rooms are run down, the curtains are stained, the walls have all sources of stains and the bathroom features are all chipped and old. The hallway is pink! hello - its 2011- and the onboard entertainment is average to say the least. Im sure they try to make it look good, but honestly if there was another option, simply we would have never go. Tips- its like they have a quota to make every day. We were bombarded all over the place by everyone by a asking for "additional" tips as they add the tips on everything. We even went on a pilates class and were charged for a tip -yep!- a tip for a pilates class and the instructor even asked for a second "additional" tip which I refused to give. Neither less to say we never took another class. Please do yourself a favor, simply find another cruise ship company. We had an issue with the reservation as we had booked a Celebrity cruise and we were moved to RC and even the supervisor on the phone was really rude. Latter on we talked to someone nicer but still she had no idea of what this cruise ship was like. The one thing that's good, its the cruise director. The woman is incredible and its always happy. I have no idea of how she does it, but its good. The last day the crew the staff looked bored, upset and ready to head out... latter on we realized that for most of them was the end of their contract. Quite frankly, its none of our business, we were there for a vacation. Simply find another cruise company and DO read this reviews Read Less
Sail Date: July 2011
The ship was lovely even though it really could do with reburbishment. The promenade was great and very lively. Drinks expensive though $5.75 for a vodka plus service and tax. The staff was best ever friendly helpful could not do enough ... Read More
The ship was lovely even though it really could do with reburbishment. The promenade was great and very lively. Drinks expensive though $5.75 for a vodka plus service and tax. The staff was best ever friendly helpful could not do enough apart from the waitress in portofino resturant who was rude and unhelpful. All the service staff were lovely. We went to one show it was the first night it was the worst show i have ever ever seen do not go. It consisted of three people walking up to the stage with hard hats on falling over chairs it was a disgrace my kids at two could have done better. Smoking was allowed in almost all places, this is good if you are a smoker but for me it was just to much (ex smoker) the casino was stuffy with smoke and the salsa bar also was smokey. Even though this bar was fantastic and very lively the dancers were great. Our state room was dated and needed refurishment. We had a great holiday we were with friends, the staff were the best ever nothing was a problem at all lovely and friendly. However the whole ships needs a refurbishment, it is tired. There is no air very claustrophic. Needed more lighting and better air conditioning. I do not normally moan but felt that this ship was definately NOT UP TO STANDARD and will be sending my pictures and complaints to Royal Caribbean. Read Less
Adventure of the Seas Ratings
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Cabins 4.0 0.0
Dining 4.0 0.0
Entertainment 5.0 0.0
Public Rooms 5.0 0.0
Fitness Recreation 5.0 0.0
Family 5.0 0.0
Shore Excursion 4.0 0.0
Enrichment 1.0 0.0
Service 4.0 0.0
Value For Money 4.0 0.0
Rates 4.0 0.0

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