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Enchantment of the Seas Review

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Review for Enchantment of the Seas to the Western Caribbean
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First Time Cruiser • Age 50s

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Sail Date: Nov 2019
Cabin: Spacious Ocean View Balcony


Cruise: 4 night Western Caribbean with Royal Caribbean

Ship: Enchantment of the Seas - somewhat rusty and dated, but very clean.

Cabin Review

Spacious Ocean View Balcony

This cabin is larger than we expected it to be, and very clean. The design and decor are both dated, and the room and bathroom do show wear (wobbly doorknobs, chipped mirrors, wall scratches). There is a lot of storage space, and plenty of room to move around. There were two beds pushed together to make one bed (approximately) King sized, and a full sized couch opposite the tv. The bed and the linens were both comfortable. There is a tv, but very little in the way of shows available to watch on it. There are very few electricity plugs, and Royal Caribbean won't let you bring an extension cord, but our stateroom attendant did provide us one for my husband's CPAP machine. The balcony is small, and there is quite a bit of rust, but the table and chairs are comfortable and big enough for two people to sit and have a small meal. We were very comfortable in this cabin, and enjoyed our time spent there most of any place on the ship.

Port Reviews


We boarded the ship in Galveston. The port parking is under construction, so we had a difficult time finding where to put our car. The shuttle to the ship took longer than expected.

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