Anthem of the Seas Review

A good ship gone to sea...

Review for the Western Mediterranean Cruise on Anthem of the Seas
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Sail Date: Aug 2022
Cabin: Junior Suite
Traveled with children

We excitingly embarked on this two week sailing for what we hoped would be a nice way to relax and unwind - how very wrong we were. When we first arrived we had high hopes as we had cruised on the Anthem twice before and had a great experience. The main issue was the many teenagers running up and down the hallways and banging on doors and walls, being rude and intimidating to other guests and crew and also causing danger around the ship which caused security to be involved multiple times. The ship is also badly designed especially in the main dining room where it is split into four separate restaurants rather than one big one. This causes poor service from waiters and really long queues for my time dining. The lifts at the front of the ship are badly placed. The have very long wait times and sometimes will randomly de-select deck 5. Although all this occurred there we still some positives and great memories made in the ports of call. The vast majority of loyal cruisers here in the UK are trying to convey one message to Royal Caribbean of which I whole heartedly agree "BRING BACK INDEPENDENCE OF THE SEAS"

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Junior Suite

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