Icon of the Seas Review

Experience with kids 5 and under was not ideal

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

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Sail Date: May 2024
Traveled with children

If sailing with kids- what they don’t tell you is the 6mo-3 yo room size is only EIGHT KIDS! If you plan to get some adult time and take your little one, good luck because it’s pretty much impossible. I sailed with me potty trained 2.5 yo and almost 5 yo and I even asked if my littlest could go to the 3-5 side with brother and they denied that. Even the 3-5 side which holds I believe 40 at a time was full twice. There’s also lots of additional hidden fees like added gratuities every time you dine, included in the kids so they truly aren’t free. $18 times four people added $74 a day or another $500 in the end!! On top of cruise cost, dining package, drink packages etc. we got extremely sea sick for two days - I’m talking curtains swayed - and the food was just okay. Would not recommend.

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We did money, sloth and iguana putting, super cool you get to hold and interact with animals! Country is very third world.

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