Sail Date: January 2019
The cruise staff hands down were so polite and made me feel so happy to be on the ship for my first time. Silas, Alex, Breton, jokas, Lima, and yanique, just to name a few. The mojito bar was one of the best and the drinks were top notch. ... Read More
The cruise staff hands down were so polite and made me feel so happy to be on the ship for my first time. Silas, Alex, Breton, jokas, Lima, and yanique, just to name a few. The mojito bar was one of the best and the drinks were top notch. Food was delicious and there was always plenty of it, even between meals it was nice the the observation lounge had snacks. I also appreciate the hand washing stations and sanitizers all over the boat. The overall flow of the boat was nice, some nights the group dressed up and others we never got out of our swimsuits and cover ups but we never felt out of place. The ship had the perfect mix of entertainment but it was also okay if you wanted to just have some alone time and relax. I was also surprised with how approachable the staff was. The over all quality was great for the price. The drink package seemed to work in our favor because we drank a ton. The lovely excursion staff was so organized, specifically a wonderful lady from South Dakota, getting on and off was a breeze. There were plenty of things to do throughout the boat at sea from fitness, wine tasting, shopping, and don't forget the dance parties. Read Less
Sail Date: January 2019
Not sure where all the negative reviews come from. We were a group of 8 people. We had no issues with reservations, made some online b4 cruise, made some while on ship. Ate at Manhattan, Savor, 4 of the specialty , The Local, Jimmy ... Read More
Not sure where all the negative reviews come from. We were a group of 8 people. We had no issues with reservations, made some online b4 cruise, made some while on ship. Ate at Manhattan, Savor, 4 of the specialty , The Local, Jimmy Buffett's , the Buffet and the Observation Lounge. Never had a bad meal. 1st time in 10 cruises I have eaten at buffet and I will say it was the cleanest buffet I have ever seen, and the best staff. Truly this area exceeded expectations. The Observation Lunge also exceeded expectations. No issues finding seats, or people lying around all day. the food they serve is awesome. light breakfast, salad at lunch with small sandwiches , snacks, fruit , coffee and tea all day. Again, staff here is amazing, super clean and an awesome spot. Our group with some fellow Patriot fans watched the football game and it was awesome. The Jersey Boys was great, I liked Havana, other in the group said Beatles shows were great. We made Go-cart, Laser tag and comedy reservations went we got on board around noon, no issues getting reservations. Spa was great, we had spa room so came with access to thermal spa, just amazing. And we had 2 massages, so worth it! Tortola was great. Been there done that with Bahamas and ST Thomas.. Finally, our cabin steward, Bustomi (Tomi) was superb! Honestly, best one we have had in over 15 cruises. We never had issues getting lounge chairs, we in early 50's and really don't need to be in the 1st rows near pool, walk around a bit and plenty of lounge chairs. lots of areas up on 16 and 17, away from pool and bars aren't as busy. My only complaint, ate too much, packed too much(weather was fantastic) and didnt exercise as much as I should have, not because gym was too busy, just too much to do. Read Less
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Sail Date: January 2019
Sailed the Western Caribbean last year, wanted to mix it up and go Eastern this year, and wanted to try out NCLs' newest ship the Bliss. Embarkation was smooth, no problems, though looking forward to Norwegian completing their own ... Read More
Sailed the Western Caribbean last year, wanted to mix it up and go Eastern this year, and wanted to try out NCLs' newest ship the Bliss. Embarkation was smooth, no problems, though looking forward to Norwegian completing their own terminal, as Terminal B and C are certainly showing their age. We got there a little later than I hoped and were in Boarding Group 6/7 in our party, by the time we made it to customer service Vibe had already been sold out for 25 minutes, as expected. Disembarkation was quick, DHS was on board the ship with a government contractor trying new facial recognition software, this is how all individuals carrying US Passports go off the ship, walk by a camera that picked up your face, no checking of passports, etc. Ship is beautiful, as expected for a vessel less than a year old. Very clean, and still has that "new car feel". Cabin (10796) was comfortable and our steward was very attentive, I typically stay higher up on deck 13/14 one thing I noticed was that occasionally smoke from the smoking section out doors near the waterfront and the cigar room would seep out and you could smell it, just something to consider if you like to sleep with the slider open. Deck 10 however on the bliss was pretty handy to the main attractions on decks 8-6 and easy enough to climb to 15/16 for the observation lounge/Garden Cafe/Pool deck, but if you were able to do deck 11/12 that would be the perfect distance split for taking the stairs. Dining was very good as expected for NCL, did the three specialty dining package and unlimited drink package. Specialty restaurants for our party were Tepanyaki, Q BBQ and Cagneys. Specialty dining was great, the Q restaurant was very good and a whole lot of food, was very tasty. Cagney's also is a favorite of mine and we typically do the steakhouse as the last hurrah on the last night of the cruise, wine (we chose the Norwegian reserve) was very good and the steak was excellent and cooked perfect. We ate in the Manhattan and Savior main dining rooms as well, the food was good, but the service was sloooooooow. Very slow compared to other cruises, not sure if it was a fresh crew in that area or what, but the service was unusually disorganized. Overall the food was great, a member of our party who had previously sailed on Royal said he would give the nod to NCL for better dining. Drinks very good on the ship, the Sugarcane mojito bar was packed all week long, I did not catch his name but the bar tender, an Asian male with wide framed glasses was a hoot. Very funny, and made top notch drinks, he was a favorite among everyone that ventured to his bar, he was typically serving the Waterfront bar and had a crowd around him each night until close. Tipping, they say that gratuities are included all across the ship, however if you bring cash you will get better service. I have no issues with the practice, and chose to stick to using our card only, but know that those guests that do bring cash aboard to tip their bartenders were quite obviously getting better service than those who were not, stronger drinks and waited on hand and foot while many others stood staring at the bar tender as he ignored them, something to keep in mind. Entertainment, over the course of the week we took in three shows in the theater. I forget their names off the top of my head, consisted of three comedians, a female emcee and two male headliners. We attended the adult show and were pretty disappointed, I'm all about adult jokes, but the girl just sang a song about male and female anatomy and it wasn't funny and it got old really quick. Middle comedian was very funny and the last comedian just made cruise jokes and compared NCL to Carnival, while funny it seemed lost on many folks in the audience including two in my party who had never cruised before. The other shows, Havana was great, the set design is awesome, a combination of computer graphics and the LED stage lighting really looked superb, the dancing and signing was top notch, worth taking seeing. Jersey Boys was also good, but being a younger group and not being familiar with the back story and the majority of the songs it was alright. The performance and music was very talented, but at nearly 2 hours long and being pointed at an older audience we were certainly ready to get out of there when the show ended. We did not attend the prohibition show but heard from others that it was certainly worth checking out, that show does have an associated cost as drinks are provided but sounded like it was worth signing up for. Deck Space. I wrote it in the official review for NCL that they send you and I'll say it here...pool space, pools, more pools. I understand that Bliss is intended to split its time between Alaska and warmer climates, but one pool for a ship of 4,000 passengers is not enough. We were fortunate to have excellent weather and the pool was packed, every day, even on port calls many folks stayed aboard. If you didn't reserve a lounge chair by 7am you were out of luck, and that pool deck is packed tight, not a lot of space down there. There was a large message on the video screen on the pool deck stating that if belongings were left longer than 30 minutes that they would be collected and placed in lost and found, we never observed that happening. I'm ok with reserving seats by the pool, first come first serve, and its seemed to turn over by mid day with those in the morning heading below after lunch and many chairs opening up for the afternoon hours. But I think NCL needs to do something about adding more pools, now they are shaving deck space for go-karts and laser tag, it is a frustrating thing IMO. Those go-karts and laser tag....We did each, each was fun, but that was it. Go karts went faster than expected and lasts about 10 minutes, but the area was a ghost town at 7pm on a sea-day, i expected it to be busier. Same with Laser tag, a fun experience (our team won btw!) but it seemed that it was a one and done thing for most people, they were never crowded and not many people were talking about it. It is done off the on-board reservation system so big lines were not expected, but they both were ghost towns...I know the cruise lines are working on these sort of things to get an edge on each others service, but I can't help but feel its somewhat gimmicky. I and everyone in my group stated we enjoyed it but would much rather have more deck space and more pools to enjoy. Service was very good, and the crew was attentive, the cruise director "dan-dan" was good, but his assistant cruise director (forget his name) outshone him at every turn, hopefully NCL promotes that guy to full cruise director, everyone on the ship loved him. Overall the service was very good, I would certainly sail the Bliss again and would encourage anyone to check it out. Read Less
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Sail Date: January 2019
After reading many of the reviews on this site we were not expecting such a great trip. This ship is state of the art. We have taken many cruises this was the best ship we have sailed on.Norwegian got it right this time. The public area ... Read More
After reading many of the reviews on this site we were not expecting such a great trip. This ship is state of the art. We have taken many cruises this was the best ship we have sailed on.Norwegian got it right this time. The public area and venues were nicely decorated. The Spa was better than most fancy hotel spas, the indoor spa pool is magnificent, It has countless jets, a water fall and wave pool section. Then you use the steam room, followed by the salt bath or sauna. Then to top it off you jump into the snow room to cool off. The facility is kept immaculate. The entertainment options were plenty. We saw Jersey Boys and it was almost as good as when we saw it on Broadway. We watched Beatlemania in the Cavern Club made you feel like you were in Liverpool. We also saw Havana a musical in the Theater very well done. there was also a Comedy Club which had some great national entertainers. The food was very good and for the most part the service was attentive. Read Less
Sail Date: January 2019
This was our first family cruise. There were 9 people in our party altogether. 6 adults and 3 kids ages 10, 10, & 11. My wife turned 40 in November and one of the other adult women turned 40 just prior. So, we decided on a cruise ... Read More
This was our first family cruise. There were 9 people in our party altogether. 6 adults and 3 kids ages 10, 10, & 11. My wife turned 40 in November and one of the other adult women turned 40 just prior. So, we decided on a cruise to celebrate. We chose Norwegian Bliss because we wanted a newer ship and because the reviews for Norwegian were so favorable. We were not disappointed. There was a packed schedule of activities to keep us entertained any time we wanted. Of course these can be participated in at your leisure, so we also had a lot of free time to relax. The staff was utterly amazing. They were all super friendly and accommodating. From the Cruise Director Dan Dan, Assistant Cruise Director Jacky Tang to the folks who led some of the entertainment like Ankica Ivanovich, M&M, Henri, etc. to the extremely nice and caring people who ran the Splash Academy like Speedy, Gummi Bear, Pancake, Tornado, etc. Can't say enough good things about the Splash Academy and the game shows/activities that we and the kids got to participate in. And the Shows!!...Jersey Boys(Thanks to Bonnie and Shelby for the recommendation & performance), Prohibition(Thanks Sarah-Australia & Sarah-Niagara for hanging out with us and bringing me up for the final 'Dance'). Our Steward, Barrington, was amazingly helpful as well. We also saw a few comedy shows(Thanks Allison Weber, Flip Schultz, and Jim McDonald)If I could really dig for something to complain about it would be that the pool area tended to be a bit crowded during the day, but I'd be digging. This was every bit the experience we were looking for. We did three excursions(You must go see Jost Van Dyke in Tortola). We also went snorkeling in St.Thomas and and Everglades Air boat ride when we got back to Miami. I bought my first painting at the Art Auction that was super fun also. We got a balcony cabin. The room and especially the balcony was much bigger than the pics online suggest. Our family of 4 had no issue with all our stuff and hanging out. The food everywhere on the ship was perfect. Embarkation/Debarkation(which I was very worried about) were a snap. No issue, no delays. Bliss was super clean, even in all the public areas/restrooms. Read Less
Sail Date: January 2019
A COMPARISON OF 2 NEW SHIPS: NCL BLISS AND CELEBRITY EDGE Introduction My wife and I accompanied by another couple cruised the NCL Bliss round trip out of Miami January 5-12, 2019. The itinerary was 2 sea days, pier stops at ... Read More
A COMPARISON OF 2 NEW SHIPS: NCL BLISS AND CELEBRITY EDGE Introduction My wife and I accompanied by another couple cruised the NCL Bliss round trip out of Miami January 5-12, 2019. The itinerary was 2 sea days, pier stops at Charlotte Amalie St. Thomas, Tortola BVI, another sea day, a finally a stop at Nassau. Our Cabin was Category MC (Mid-ship Mini-suite with Balcony) located on Deck 10 having 207 sq. ft. and a 32 sq. ft. balcony. Following a 1-night stay at the Embassy Suites in Ft. Lauderdale, we sailed the Celebrity Edge January 13-20 by ourselves round trip from Port Everglades. The itinerary was a first sea day, pier stops at San Juan, Tortola, and St. Maarten, followed by 2 more sea days. Our cabin was Category 1B Guaranteed (Deluxe Ocean View Stateroom on Deck 6 having 202 sq. ft. space and a 40 sq. ft balcony. Base cabin costs including taxes and port charges were nearly equivalent for both ships. Much has already been published about these ships individually which doesn’t need repeating here. Listed below are some basic comparative facts to orient the reader: Basic Information NCL Bliss Celebrity Edge Year Built Mid 2018 Late 2018 Capacity @ Dbl Occupancy 4004 2918 Tonnage 168,028 129,500 Length, ft 1094 1004 Beam, ft 136 128 Ship Crew 1716 1320 Cruise Critic Rating 4.0 expert/3.5 guest 4.5 Expert/3.0 guest Our reviews are based on the features we like to use and things we like to do when cruising. So it will not cover all aspects of cruising on these ships. For example, we have cruised 35 times now and have seen all the Caribbean islands, some like those on the above itineraries numerous times. Therefore, there will be no comments about shore excursions. Overall Impressions of Each Ship Both ships are beautiful in their own right, and we enjoyed both of them. The Bliss is about a third bigger on a capacity basis but you don’t get that impression when on board. Both the Bliss and the Edge feel like large ships to us. The Bliss is designed more classically with straight-through main deck plans and a central atrium with functions such as Guest Relations, Shore Excursions, Computer Room, Future Cruise Sales around the bottom floor. The Edge has a more contemporary design with the above functions on different decks which are not as easily accessible. The Edge feels like a glitzy hotel more than a cruise ship. It is interesting that the Cruise Critic expert rating for the Edge was higher than that of the Bliss, mainly due to the daring, stepout design. Guests did not share that opinion, and we feel some of the early guests were out of their comfort zone. This should change in time. The main new feature of the Bliss, which is absolutely fabulous to us, is the Exploration Lounge on Deck 15 which was designed to view their Alaskan itineraries. The step-out feature on the Edge is the Eden concept, which is located on decks 3-5 aft. More detail will be provided about these and other new features below. Boarding Process The Boarding process for the Bliss was satisfactory but not as smooth as for the Edge. With the Bliss after dropping off the luggage and passing through Security, we had to wait for an hour in a crowded room before being allowed to board the ship. A good bit of the delay was caused by the ship having to return to last port of Nassau to drop off a seriously ill passenger. The luggage did not arrive at the cabin until around 6 pm. One of our friends did not get his luggage until around 9 pm. For the Edge went over to the sparkling new Port Everglades terminal 25 around 9:30am and we were on the ship several hours later and had our luggage in our cabin by 1 pm. NCL offers a neat app where you can communicate with your friends over their WiFi system via phone or text message. Celebrity has a very useful App with your boarding passes, restaurant reservations, and itemized bill. Cabins There was sufficient but not excess room in either case. Both were very narrow passing by the bed. There were no drawers on the Bliss; rather, compartment slots. The TV in the Edge is larger but not movable, so it must be watched in bed. Both rooms have a small sofa, but the Edge sofa is lower and not really usable other than to lay the bed decorative pillows. Both rooms have a safe. The Bliss has a switch to tell the cabin attendant if you do not wish to be disturbed or are out of the room and want it made up. The Edge uses a magnetic card to attach to the outer door surface for this purpose. The Edge also has a master switch to control lighting and temperature as well as a connection box next to the dresser inside which plugs and USB cords are attached. The Edge bed was a king and felt better than the Bliss queen. Bathrooms on both ships are excellent with plenty of space. We had a problem with our balcony on the Edge. Window washer fluid drained through the semicircular porthole at night all over the chairs, table, and floor. A photo is attached. This is a design/maintenance flaw in our opinion. Specialty Restaurants This is an aspect of cruising that we really enjoy and use so we will spend more time discussing it here. On the Bliss we were provided a 3-meal perk, and we purchased an additional 4-night package before boarding so that we could enjoy these restaurants every night of the cruise with our friends. We could make reservations beforehand for each restaurant. It was more cumbersome on the Edge. We bought a 5-night package but Celebrity does not allow pre-booking before boarding. To us this is a real disadvantage to buying a package. Once on board we made a beeline to the Steakhouse to make reservations for the week. The line was long, and we had to settle for much later times that we prefer, but we did get reservations. We had dinner twice at Cagney’s steakhouse, twice at the Le Bistro, and one each at Teppenyaki Japanese, BBQ Smokehouse, and the Ocean Blue on Bliss. Also enjoyed a great burger lunch at Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville. The best restaurant was Cagney’s, followed closely by Le Bistro and Teppenyaki. The latter was a lot of fun with the skill and comedy of the Japanese hibachi master combined with excellent filet and shrimp. The Ocean Blue seafood was a bit of a disappointment, especially taking into account the $12 per person upcharge. All in all , the array of specialty restaurants on Bliss is very good. The specialty restaurants on Edge kick it up another notch. Their steakhouse was one of the best we’ve eaten at, land or sea. Raw on Five Seafood was outstanding as well. The meal in Eden was remarkably different and really good. Le Petit Chef was entertaining with overhead projections of chefs and food onto the plate and table. The food was very good as well. The Rooftop Garden Grill was a very nice outdoor setting. We went there on the San Juan port day to avoid extremely windy conditions. The food was very good but not memorable like most of the other venues. We tried the Bistro for lunch and were rewarded with an excellent meal. Buffet Both ships have excellent buffet presentations. Quality and range of offerings were very good, perhaps better with the Indian and Oriental stations on Bliss. I went to the buffet each morning with my Yeti cups and brought back coffee, rolls, and occasionally muesli to the cabin. Edge had an outstanding ice cream station next to the buffet, and we rewarded ourselves with 2 scoops each day at lunch. The burger stand on the Edge, called The Mast Grill, was very good as well. Edge offers Hot tea, cappuccinos, and lattes at Café Al Bacio as well as pastries. There is a Starbuck’s in the Atrium on Bliss with is an optional extra. Theater and Evening Shows Bliss has a decided advantage in this category. The theater is much bigger and advance reservations are required, guaranteeing a seat and allowing an on-time arrival. The shows were high quality. Havana and especially the Jersey Boys were extremely well done with talented performers. The Edge theater by comparison was small. If you didn’t get there 30 minutes before showtime, forget about getting a seat. We saw Kaleidoscope and didn’t care for it as much. Common Areas Again, a big advantage to Bliss and the Observation Lounge. This covers the front third of the ship on deck 15 with panoramic views forward and to the side. It is nicely furnished with lounge chairs, many reclining, The front has a big bar and a band stage with tables and chairs. We often played bridge there during the afternoon. Cold buffet items are also served here continuously. You can sit and read there in comfort. There is nothing comparable on Edge. Limited seating on the martini bar area. We like to sit and have cocktails before dinner. The seats fill up around 5 pm. Eden has a wonderful bar as well as a café for breakfast and lunch. Dinner at Eden restaurant is on the lower level. Performers, mostly gymnastic types dressed in Sherwood Forest costumes, mill around and occasionally interact with guests. The whole setting is unique but takes some getting used to. Games We like to play bingo on sea days. Bliss has bingo but it’s getting too expensive. $69 for shared cards for 2. Edge has no bingo. Both ships have Trivia. Edge does some games on your hand-held device. Casinos are very nice on both ships. Bliss has a casino smoking room. Service The best trained personnel are used for these new ships, so service is very good in both cases. We found our cabin attendant to be better on the Edge. The Magic Carpet on Edge This novel feature is only on the Edge and rides on the starboard side with capability to position at levels 2, 5, 14, and 16. Its primary function seems to be a tender disembarkation station from deck 2. Since we had no tender stops on this cruise, we did not see it in action. The night we dined in Raw on 5 in port, it was positioned next to us. Very few guests used it since it was windy. It is designed to serve as a bar or eatery. Elevators The Edge elevators are larger, faster, and more responsive. Internet Both ships have a WiFi which they offer packages to use. Both offer an unlimited time option for one or more devices. The Edge package costs one-third that of Bliss and is faster. Beverage Package Upgrading the Classic beverage package to Premium on Celebrity made it comparable to NCL. However, water and cappuccino beverages were extra on Bliss. We enjoy a glass of wine with dinner, and both packages allow a $15 cap. All cocktails are included. Edge offered some notable quality bottles of wines at a big discount for dinner. Disembarkation Process worked well on Bliss, but we were going to a parked car at Miami to drive to next destination. Customs checkout worked well. They used facial recognition from our passport to check us through. Celebrity offered a first for us: valet luggage handling for $25 a bag. We put out our luggage the night before tagged with airport and flight #. We never saw it again until we reached our final destination of Houston. We highly recommend using this service. We walked off the ship carrying only our handheld bags. It was raining hard when we disembarked Edge at 8 am and we didn’t have to wheel the big luggage to the taxi stand 2 blocks away. Wildcat63 Read Less
Sail Date: January 2019
I picked this ship because it was new. While I wasn’t a fan of the overall layout; everything was accessible. I loved the racetrack and the fact that there is something for everyone. There are some great choices in restaurants and quite ... Read More
I picked this ship because it was new. While I wasn’t a fan of the overall layout; everything was accessible. I loved the racetrack and the fact that there is something for everyone. There are some great choices in restaurants and quite a few vegetarian friendly options as well. The service was pretty good and I enjoyed the observatory in level 15 for quiet time. It is so tucked away and really is a hidden gem on the ship. Additionally, I enjoyed the choices in entertainment. There were multiple options and times where you could go. I thought that this was great because you have the opportunity to plan your day out in advance. Overall I had a good experience. I plan to come back on this and hopefully do a longer sailing. 7 days is just too short to really enjoy it because there is so much to offer. Read Less
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Sail Date: January 2019
Norwegian Bliss is a fantastic ship- very beautiful and modern. The staff are amazing, entertainment great, food was also great in buffet, main dining and specialty restaurants. Ate at Cagneys, Q and Los Lobos. Husband thought Q was best I ... Read More
Norwegian Bliss is a fantastic ship- very beautiful and modern. The staff are amazing, entertainment great, food was also great in buffet, main dining and specialty restaurants. Ate at Cagneys, Q and Los Lobos. Husband thought Q was best I am undecided. Enjoyed Havana and Jersey boys, singers were great, including The Beatles.Missed out on booking Comedy but did not line up for standby line (too much else to do anyway).Son enjoyed Entourage and met some amazing new friends. He did go carts and laser tag and enjoyed both. A slight delay with boarding due to medical incident but staff dealt with it well. Some times it was difficult to get a lounge but other times there were no problems. Always somewhere on ship to relax. Observation deck beautiful. No delays at all in getting on and off at ports. Did not book ship excursions. We purchased unlimited internet package which was quite slow for the price we paid (only complaint). Enjoyed cruise and would definitely cruise on Bliss again. Read Less
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Sail Date: January 2019
We have traveled internationally, but have never been in a cruise, so we thought we'd try for our 30th anniversary. So happy we did, we had such a great time and will definitely do it again with our adult children next time. I wish ... Read More
We have traveled internationally, but have never been in a cruise, so we thought we'd try for our 30th anniversary. So happy we did, we had such a great time and will definitely do it again with our adult children next time. I wish we could do it again sooner, but gotta save money first. We love Norwegian Bliss, beautiful ship, such friendly and attentive staff. So many fun things to do, great drinks and food. Like I said, we have traveled to so many different places and so far this might just be the best vacation yet for my husband and I. The only thing that I would suggest, please do not associate with Adventure Jeep & Beach excursion in Nassau, Bahamas. The Jeep ride was okay but it was more of a boring routine drive around the town and the public beach they took us was just filthy. There was so much trash on the ground and dog poop in the sand. I wish we could have terminated the excursion right away so we wouldn't waste anymore of our time. When we went to the beach, we just stood there, thinking "Is this for real?" Is this part of our cruise? We are on a Caribbean Island full of beautiful white sand beaches and they brought us here? Thankfully, we had so much fun at sea and our two other excursions were awesome - especially the Dancing Dolphin Catamaran (St. John Champagne Catamaran Excursion). Thank you Norwegian Bliss and Staff for making our 30th Anniversary Celebration awesome and unforgettable! PS. I would like to mention a few names who did such an exceptional job. Thank you Jennelyn Baligad, Joseph Yabes and Delora Ansale. All three are in the food service. Read Less
Sail Date: December 2018
All the staff is very friendly and polite. The restaurants served the best food, the staff sprayed your hands with sanitizer to avoid the Nuro virus, all around the ship you can find sanitizer containers. Washy washy everyday. The spa ... Read More
All the staff is very friendly and polite. The restaurants served the best food, the staff sprayed your hands with sanitizer to avoid the Nuro virus, all around the ship you can find sanitizer containers. Washy washy everyday. The spa with the sauna, salt room and cold room were refreshing. The shows were very entertaining . The room was comfortable, you learn to move around with someone else in the room. Look all around the room because their is extra space for clothes under the couch. Shopping is available at discounted prices on the ship. The person that took care of our cabin needs was the best, anything that we requested for the room, he ensured that we received it. The specialty dining was the best by far, the greatest. The toilet paper could be softer , the mattress could have been softer, but it is your own opinion whether you like soft or firm. You can request a softer mattress before your cruise. Read Less
Norwegian Bliss Ratings
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Cabins 4.0 0.0
Dining 4.5 0.0
Entertainment 4.0 0.0
Public Rooms 4.5 0.0
Fitness Recreation 4.5 0.0
Family 3.5 0.0
Shore Excursion 4.0 0.0
Enrichment 4.0 0.0
Service 4.5 0.0
Value For Money 3.5 0.0

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