Grandeur of the Seas Cruise Review by MommaBear55
- Sail Date: April 2013
- Destination: Eastern Caribbean
- Cabin Type: Large Interior Stateroom
Food was very good. We enjoyed the Windjammer, the MDR still was serving the old menu and we both prefer the new menu but preparation and presentation were still delightful. We went to Chops for our anniversary and felt that the $30 per person was well worth it.
We always enjoy the shows, there was always space on the pool deck (not so by the atrium pool). We are not group activity people but all the activities seem to be well attended and people seemed to enjoy participating. We loved the itinerary and wished we could do this same cruise again. It is hard to understand how the GOTS can be year round in Baltimore, as it was very chilly for the last 24 hours of the cruise.
First time interior cabin was okay but very small for two people, cannot imagine more than that in the tiny space. Minor issues were noticed and fixed quickly without our having to report them. Beds were very comfortable. I did have to jump over the end of the bed each time as bed was against the dresser. I took a nightlight which helped with the profound darkness of an inner cabin.
Embarkation in San Juan and disembarkation in Baltimore were smooth and easy. Labadee was our favorite of the 6 ports and would go there again in a heatbeat. It would be nice if we could overnight there and have two days!
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