Great cruise. My wife and I take 2 cruises yearly. I'm 47 and my wife is 46. The patrons on this cruise is generally an older crowd which is cool for us. Not a bunch of teenagers running all thru out the ship. We cruise out of Baltimore primarily due to me not liking to fly anymore. We've been on 10 plus cruises.
So with that being said we love the 10 day cruise because it gives us a great time to relax. If you want to straight chill this is the cruise you wanna take. Grandeur is a smaller ship but if you don't mind a smaller venue she will do just fine. Embarkation was smoother this year compared to last year. Got to the port and was on board in 30 minutes.
We did the 3 specialty restaurants package for $70 a piece. all were good. Not really a fan of Izumis the Japanese restaurant but was a good deal. We loved Haiti. Rccl has done an excellent job on this island. We stayed in rm 2053. Enough space if you utilize all compartments.
Tips for those who have never sailed with Rccl but has sailed with Carnival, there are no laundry/ironing rooms like there are on Carnival. Rccl has a laundry service but its a bit pricey. Bottled water on Rccl cost $70 for 12 one liter bottles of water where as Carnival is $3.99 for 24 16 oz bottles. Overall if you want to go on a rest and relaxation cruise this is the ship you want to be on.
Room was your typical interior cruise ship room. Large enough for two. you will find difficulties moving around on formal nights especially when the wife has to make herself up. But not bad.