Staff on the whole very professional with a couple of outstanding staff members and their teams. Attitude very good and also very pleasant people who looked like they were truly enjoying their positions. Chefs dining table and restaurants also worthwhile. Wine and dine package was also very good. Enjoyed a good Australian wine for a reasonable price, considering.
The room is on deck 7 at the back of the ship and was very noisy room from music in the auditorium and show rooms blaring out almost every night, RCL did offer to move us to deck 2 at the from of the ship but we declined due to being prone to sea sickness. Also when the ship is being refuelled the room is very smelly from diesel fumes. The fumes have somewhere to go if you happen to be in a balcony room, which we were surrounded by but the fumes lingered on for quite some considerable in the inside room. One other downside was that on our departure we noticed fluffy white bathrobes had been left for the next guests in the cabin. I assume the next guests would be american travellers as the ship was going on to Seattle. Why would an american traveller be given a different level of service than an australian?