Brilliance of the Seas Review

Very Dissapointed with our cruise. Royal Caribbean is on the par with Carnival and P&O

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Liz Muller
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Nov 2023
Cabin: Ocean View

As we have previously cruised with Royal Caribbean on 8 previous occasions we decided to cruise with them once again. As we considered RC to be of a very high standard .. We chose a 9 night cruise to Adelaide and Melbourne as we wanted to visit Kangaroo Island and town of Hahndorf.

Brilliance of the Seas is an older type ship but very well maintained. Our expirations were high but only to be very disappointed with the overall cruise

I’m aware that Royal Caribbean wants to make up for the loss of revenue during the COVID crises but the cut back on board have been taken too far.

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Ocean View

We had an oceanview cabin which was of average size and very clean. The cabin steward couldn’t do enough for us. He ensured that our stay was very comfortable.

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