Ship - This was my second cruise, yet my first with Royal Caribbean. I was shocked with the size of the ship when I first saw it. The embarkation process has you entering the ship on deck 5. This deck is where all the action is on the ship. You'll find most of the bars and shops on this deck. Boardwalk(rear of the ship) is really a sight to see. I loved strolling through Central Park in the evening because it made you forget that you were on a ship.
Cabin - We had a Central Park balcony cabin. Now I will say the room did seem a bit small for us. It could have been because we were getting married and we brought a lot of stuff for the wedding. I will say I was happy with the balcony overlooking Central Park. It was a nice scenery for someone who's never had a balcony before.
Dining - We took advantage of "First Night Done Right" and I would highly recommend anyone to take advantage of this if they book with Royal Caribbean. First Night Done Right is a specialty dining feature that allows you to book a specialty dining restaurant for a special rate. We made our reservation at Giovanni's and would recommend it as well. Get the cabonara, it comes with a poached egg that makes it my favorite dish on the ship. We also had a chance to partake dinner at Coastal Kitchen(family member staying in a suite) and it was great as well. If you can pay for a suite, you will enjoy this feature.
The room seemed a bit small but that's because we had all of the items for our wedding. I will say it was somewhat spacious once we were able to rearrange all of our stuff in the room. The balcony we had has a perfect view of Central Park and people walking by. A perfect balcony for having breakfast on before heading out on a port or to start your day throughout the ship.
Great Port, a lot better than Port of Miami. They are quicker to get you through the screening and on the ship.
One of my favorite islands to visit. Ive been here before and I recommend checking out Greengos for food. It's probably one of the best places to get Mexican food outside of Mexico lol.