Independence of the Seas Review

4.5 / 5.0
1,692 reviews

These cutbacks are annoying us enough to book with other cruise lines

Review for the Eastern Caribbean Cruise on Independence of the Seas
knittinggirl
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Dec 2013

Our Waiter, Assistant Waiter and Cabin steward all left an unfortunate first impression, but all three managed to turn it around and now we consider them one of the best team we’ve had.

Embarkation - Considering the size of Port Everglades Cruise Port, our embarkation went reasonably smooth.

Room - JS 9234 - Nice big room! Another cut back, no pen and paper.Royal Caribbean is definitely moving to a more paperless method, but we were still buried under spa, shop and drink ad leaflets. I requested a tempurpedic pillow via a travel agent and again on board, and was told it wasn’t available to Junior Suites. Liked the wider bed. I’m happy all information was on the interactive television. Another annoying cutback, only two glasses in the stateroom instead of four, when we’re used to getting one for drinking beverages and one for our metamucil. Unfortunately, no more Fox News station on television.

Cabin Review

Like the wider beds. Pretty long walk to the eating venues except for Sorentos. Nice large room, liked the arrangement.

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