Seven Seas Mariner Review

Just not good enough

Review for Transatlantic Cruise on Seven Seas Mariner
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10+ Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Sep 2023
Cabin: Deluxe Suite

We chose this cruise to experience Regent for the first time. We have cruised quite a bit with Royal Caribbean, Celebrity and Crystal (before it failed). We thought we would get excellence and we’re so disappointed about so many things. We love good food but found it hard to get a good meal on this cruise. We were forced to eat earlier than we usually do for dinner to avoid a 30 minute wait for a table in the main dining room. Entertainment was poor (apart from the ship’s team shows) and just one show a night. Toilets in public areas were often unfit for use and some only took one person at a time. Embarkation was unwelcoming with directions straight to the buffet which was overcrowded and offered poor quality food. Service was ok at times but patchy. Suite was good (Concierge) & very well kept by the stateroom attendants. Cruise Director (Jude) was very good. Too many individual issues to list here that made it an experience we will not repeat. Not the full luxury cruise that we expected.

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