Carnival Jubilee Review

4.0 / 5.0
14 reviews

Big and crowded, but very doable.

Review for the Western Caribbean Cruise on Carnival Jubilee
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AtomicCruiser
First Time Cruiser • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Apr 2024

Overall great ship. The pros: great food and great venues. Many different areas to visit. Also very modern decor. We especially loved Emeril's (awesome jambalaya and beignets) and Teppanyaki (great food AND entertainment). The cons: disappointed with Chi-Bang (tiny food). Small servings! Also really disappointed with Heroes Tribute Bar (there is no bar there - the Pig and Anchor "Watering Hole" is where you get drinks). Gangs of non-veteran folks hung out there and fought to watch NBA games. We felt this was fairly disrespectful. Public restrooms were "very public." The automatic doors kept opening on people while "in use." Very tricky to lean. And finally, Carnival states the cabins are the same size as other ships or maybe larger. Our family had a cove balcony (Deck 5) and an 8G balcony on Deck 16. Both were cramped (hard to maneuver around in), especially the bathroom. We had no convenient place to store my wife's "collapsable" walker that we didn't trip on it.

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