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Adventure of the Seas Review

4.0 / 5.0
2,211 reviews

Missed ports, ship overview

Review for the Western Caribbean Cruise on Adventure of the Seas
First Time Cruiser • Age 50s

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Sail Date: May 2023

The Adventure of the Seas is a good choice for destinations, but limited sea days. Affordable for couples trip. We booked a Junior suite and it was wonderful with lots of space and cabin steward was great. He was attentive without being obtrusive. The Main dining room food and staff was very good with theme nights. Windjammers food was very good, without overcrowded atmosphere. Food was never a disappointment. The ships layout was to segmented and challenging especially for physically challenged persons. You could not go from dining room to theater without going up a floor and then walk to opposite end of ship. We love watching dancers and listening to the music, but the segmented areas was not conducive for watching dancers. The Ice skating area was inaccessible most of the time and we never could get in. The elevators were always slow or not working (2-3 out of service during our cruise) causing long wait times and frustration. We missed the port at St. Thomas due to a medical emergency, that ended up being a day at sea. We had to turn around to the port at Nassau for a few hours, but wasn’t able to get off the ship. They did reimburse that one port charges which did help. One couple was scheduled to get married at the missed port and had to rearrange everything.

Cabin Review

Junior suite is wonderful. Lots of room to move around, lots of storage, walk-in closet, large balcony, and a tub/ shower combination that was huge.

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