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Enchantment of the Seas Review

4.0 / 5.0
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1898 reviews
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8-night Bermuda-Boston-Newport

Review for Enchantment of the Seas to Bermuda
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2-5 Cruises • Age 40s

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Sail Date: Aug 2012
Cabin: Junior Suite with Balcony

This review is very basic - we didn't go to any shows and only a few activities on board.

We live in Northern Virginia and were excited to find out we could cruise from Baltimore, removing the added cost of air fare. We booked in March 2012 and found that we could book a Junior Suite for 8 nights for the same price we paid for a regular balcony room for 4 nights on the Disney Dream last November (our first cruise). I booked over the phone with RCI directly and was pleased when the vacation planner suggested an aft JS for the same price as a JS along the side of the ship - the aft room having a larger balcony.

We drove to the port, arriving in about an hour. We arrived just before 10am and were allowed to park at 10:30. Parking was prepaid, $15 per day. We pulled up to the waiting luggage porters who took our tagged luggage, proceeded to pay for parking, and parked. We waited until 11am to walk in. The terminal process was fast and easy and we were soon waiting to board. At about 11:30, boarding began. I want to also add that disembarking was so easy, too. I couldn't believe how quickly we went from leaving the ship to getting into the car.

Cabin Review

Junior Suite with Balcony

Cabin JS

Great room, very nice size. No pole. No walk-in closet, but plenty of storage. Large balcony with 2 loungers, 4 chairs and 2 low tables. We weren't affected by any noise coming up from the Spotlight Lounge below. Full tub, refrigerator, sofa and club chair, coffee table and 2 foot stools. Robes above the closet. Some toiletries included. Shampoo/body wash dispenser in shower, filled by room steward. Coffeemaker and tea kettle supplied with coffee, sweeteners and creamer & stirrers and mugs. Drinking glasses in bathroom cabinets.

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