Harmony of the Seas Review

4.5 / 5.0
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Royal Carribean has gone down in quality...disappointed. Spend your hard earned money elsewhere.

Review for the Western Caribbean Cruise on Harmony of the Seas
2-5 Cruises • Age 30s

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Sail Date: Nov 2023
Traveled with children

I've sailed Royal Caribbean multiple times in the past before the pandemic and honestly this company has gone down in quality probably due to the higher cost of everything. I recently just got off the Harmony of the Seas in November 2023 and here are the pros and cons fresh off my memory.


-Food in windjammer has GONE DOWN in quality. Its mostly cheap food that doesn't have much of a taste - similar to carnival. The only good food was the Indian food and even that runs out quickly. Butter chicken was fire, probably they best meal I had on the whole ship and it ran out quick. They also don't have steak for free anymore in the main dining hall, it all comes at a premium cost. Sure if you're stuck on a boat for a week you'll eat this food but if this was a restaurant on land I would never goto it - except for the butter chicken. If this is your first time on a cruise you have no standard to judge it by so you'll like it regardless.

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