We really like the blue and yellow colors on the Breeze. The cabin doors were a treat also, really liked the wood look. When we first met our room steward, he told us he had 35 rooms to take care of and wanted to know if we wanted morning or evening service and did we want turn down service. Told him we could turn down the bed, and to make it easy on himself for the room service. Tipped him right then, thanked him for the hard work and long hours they have to work. We got our room service twice a day and he turned down the bed. He thanked us the last night and told us "God bless you." We always tip everyone, in cash, so it goes to them, not into a pot for sharing. The coffee bar people knew us by name as we drink a lot of coffee. Dining in the dining room was up to par. Service was quick, food was great and the servers that waited on us were very friendly and it was a pleasure to have them wait on us. We also tipped these hard working people. Guys burger was great, had lunch there most every day, lines were long, but went very quickly. They were running the place like a well oiled machine and lines were moving very fast. Noticed only 6 performers in the theater. Usually several more doing the shows, but these 6 did a great job. The comedy club had made changes since our last cruise, no more George Lopez, and the quality of the comedians was not up to par. Good shows, but not as good as George Lopez people. The Breeze was going into dry dock after this cruise, so maybe that is why some things seemed not quite "right." If carnival is going to increase the room stewards to trying to clean 35 rooms, then I expect the cruisers will let them know. The smoking areas sucked, not enough places to sit, no ash trays and no place to get out of the wind. I'm sure the non smokers think there should not be any smoking anywhere on the ships, but there are plenty of smokers still out there. Good cruise, but some things just not up to par.
We liked the colors in the cabin and noticed a few extra cubby holes to store things in. Beds still hard as ever and you can't miss the "crack" between the beds.
Excursion lasted about 3 hours, not so long as to wear you out. Loved the history of Rose Hall.View All 17 Hilton Rose Hall Reviews
Hard to image caves on Grand Cayman. Only three caverns so far are open to the public but guides say there are at least 150 more. This excursion will no doubt turn into one of the biggest excursions on GC.View All undefined undefined Reviews