We have sailed a few times out of Baltimore on the Carnival Pride and thought we would give the Grandeur of the Seas opportunity to "show her stuff". She didn't disappoint. From the time we set foot on deck till we said our last goodbye, the crew were as attentive and pleasant as could be. Sometimes I think the prepaid gratuity changes the service level, but not on this ship. Service at the restaurants and buffet were unmatched. Our cabin steward, Fredrick, was always cheerful and our cabin was always ready for our return. Food was wonderful. Windjammer layout was perfect, never having to wait long due to its design. Dining options were exemplary, with great choices at every meal. Plenty to do, with great entertainment all over the ship, and the Solarium was our favorite for relaxing. This ship is not new or a floating Palace, but serves its passengers with grace and style. Unfortunately, she will leave RCCL service in 2021 so times a waistin to sail this Grand Lady.
Being an older ship, the cabin is a bit smaller and the beds are low (difficult to get luggage underneath) but clean, well maintained and very comfortable. Plenty of drawer space.