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Carnival Spirit Review

4.5 / 5.0
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Review for Carnival Spirit to Alaska
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2-5 Cruises • Age 20s

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Sail Date: Jun 2022

It was just bad in almost all regards. The Guy's burgers were good but other than that dining options felt limited. Some parts of the ship were severely overcrowded and other parts were dead empty. There was painfully loud music or other sounds in the main pool area, which had a closed roof that trapped the noise and made getting around rather difficult. The main dining room food was decent, but the menu didn't change much. The room was quite dirty and the bed was uncomfortable. We had a balcony room, but the balcony was all rusty, you could see a lot of black specks on the ground and the balcony dividers were infuriatingly small. Despite its size, the ship was quite hard to navigate compared to the likes of royal. Since there were no large hallways to pass through, you would often have to go through various venues in an unorthodox manner in order to reach your destination.

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