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Vision of the Seas Review

3.5 / 5.0
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1160 reviews
4 Awards

No fridge in oceanview cabins.

Review for Vision of the Seas to Europe
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10+ Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Apr 2017
Cabin: Large Ocean View Stateroom

We picked this so we could go to Petra. The other stops were useless--Athens on Easter Sunday? Everythihjng was closed. Israel on Good Friday? Everything was closed. They should have planned this better. Onboard, lectures and trivia were great. Dining room food was fine, but service was lacking. Windjammer was typical. What they call "mousse" is some kind of whipped jello. Pavlovas were fantastic. Staff gave good attention to the diners. I loved that the specialty restaurants were open for lunch, but this was not advertised well. We were the only ones in Chops and Giovanni's Table for lunch, and it was good! Half the cost of dinner, and the lasagna is to die for! They had a large smoking area by the pool, but there were not enough ashtrays. Lounge chairs by the pool were losing their straps. I loved that there were coffee stations, and the Park Cafe provided delicious breakfast sandwiches, fruit, parfaits, and bagels.

Cabin Review

Large Ocean View Stateroom

Cabin G

No fridge. No shelves in closet. Only a few drawers.

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