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Carnival Paradise Review

3.5 / 5.0
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935 reviews

Excellent and Fun Experience

Review for Carnival Paradise to the Western Caribbean
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littlelomigo
First Time Cruiser • Age 10null

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Sail Date: Jul 2019
Cabin: Interior
Traveled with children

This was our first cruise and we came with a bunch of family. We were not disappointed, the entertainment was an absolute joy to watch- especially the Cuban Show and All Out 90’s. Our family would all come to see each one, their performances were terrific. The staff for our dinner at Destiny Dining was excellent. Our waiter, Aldreen served our group quickly and on the last day, we had some terrific adobo chicken and rice. The food was delicious. During dinner, the magician, Allan would show magic tricks. The kids absolutely loved him and would get off from their seats just to watch him even when he moved on to the next table. The adults loved him too and we were all bewildered by his magic treats. He joked around with us and became a friend. The whole family loved him and cheered when he came by our tables. Our cabin was comfortable and efficient- with the towel animals being a pleasant surprise. There was something to do for everyone- the adults were at the club, the teens would go around and play card games, the kids would eat ice cream in the buffet, swim, and much more. Embarkation and Departure were much quicker than we thought too.

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Interior

Cabin 4E

The cabin was efficient for our family of five. We used the two bunk beds, a bottom bed, and the main bed. Even though it was smaller, it worked well and was comfortable. Our cabin stewart, Agus really kept the room clean and the towel animals were a fun surprise. Our stops were fun and the beach water was beautiful and clear. There were many activities to do but our family stuck by the beach. If you’re looking to actually explore the country (in our case, Mexico and the Caribbean Islands) then a cruise isn’t for you, it’s more of fun time with many activities for tourist. Even so, there are activities to tour around and it is still a delightful experience. I would recommend this experience to a friend and would hope to go again with my family.

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