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Marella Spirit Review

4.0 / 5.0
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321 reviews
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Gone downhill fast

Review for Marella Spirit to the Mediterranean
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Kats stockport
2-5 Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Jun 2018

Travelled on this ship approx 8 years ago, it was brilliant, but now the food was poor, cold, and boring, the shows were terrible, I've never heard such screeching, from the singers, had to leave it was that bad. (The English comedien was really good). The cabins were shabby to say the least, and the towels were grey and thread bare. Luckily this ship is going out of service this year, but whoever employs the staff, will be getting a great team, they make your holiday, cheery,and entertaining.also most of the deck furniture is falling apart, the pool is freezing and murky,. We like to go in the resteraunt to be waited on, big mistake, I had to send my meal of lasagna back as it was just a lump of soggy pasta, and tepid, then so it wouldn't be long I just asked for a burger n chips. The burger was mooing, it was so raw, and the chips were cold. The next night we joined some friends who had already started their meal, it took the waiters that long to bring the starter and soup, they had to leave to catch a show, we waited a further half an hour, so we left, it was appalling .

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Cabin Standard

Shabby, uncomfy beds, too small and narrow, one of the beds you could watch tv, and the other one was directly underneath the TV, so couldn't see a thing. The shower curtain was scruffy, and the towels were grey and threadbare, very little in the way of toiletries, very very basic

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