Despite a few cutbacks, I still love the size and ambience of the Grandeur - not too big, not too small. I noticed that there were fewer singers and dancers in the production shows, and this cruise didn't feature an enrichment lecturer ( I guess that happens sometimes). We had to request a pepper mill for the table - the dining table seemed like it was missing something, maybe some type of décor, but that is a minor quibble. My one real criticism is that for late diners, the first night welcome entertainment was a bust. 45 minutes was allotted, and the cruise director went on and on about how many people from each country were guests on the cruise - interesting if there were enough time, but instead it cut right into the very funny comedian's routine. I love meeting my table-mates and so, like most of the late-niters, had to leave well before the comedian's routine was over, which was insulting to him, and could easily have been avoided by eliminating the cruise director's long monologue.
Ours was an accessible cabin - large and well-kept.