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Norwegian Bliss Review

4.0 / 5.0
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1208 reviews

Alaska’s New Queen

Review for Norwegian Bliss to Alaska
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Fwblake
10+ Cruises • Age 20s

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Sail Date: Aug 2018
Cabin: Studio Stateroom
Traveled with children

Food/Dining:

As expected with all NCL ships, the food and dining options were fantastic. With the addition of Los Lobos at the expense of Moderno Churascaria was quite nice to see, as it shows variety between different ships in the line. The introduction of the Q Smokehouse was great to see and we very much looked forward to eating there, although we thought the menu may need some little tweaks but the service was fantastic and very authentic to the theme.

As usual Cagney’s, le Bistro and La Cucina etc. were up-to their usual standard with fabulous service and incredible food. As well as the complimentary dining options being as per usual, fantastic.

Cabin Review

Studio Stateroom

Cabin T1

What was pretty much expected from a studio cabin, plenty of space for one traveller. Lovely addition of the virtual window although I didn’t like the removal of the mood lighting.

Port Reviews

Victoria

A pretty city, with a very British feel to it. Not much to do from our point of interests but is certainly a city that many cruisers would love.

Seattle

Many things to do in Seattle before and after cruises. I would recommend the waterfront promenade and Wings Over Washington.

Ketchikan

Best port for just walking around and exploring the town. We especially enjoyed Creek Street.

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