Pleasant and relaxing cruise...: Splendour of the Seas Cruise Review by SOLLYMOLLY

Splendour of the Seas 5
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Pleasant and relaxing cruise...

Sail Date: June 2011
Destination: Europe - Eastern Mediterranean
Embarkation: Venice
After cruising on Oasis of the Seas last year we did not know what to expect from this smaller ship. We could not choose our cabin when booked the cruise on line so we had to have the guaranteed cabin option.The allocated cabin was extremely small.We complained but the ship was full and we could not be changed. The food either in quality and quantity was good and RC always caters for all sorts of tastebuds. The dinning service @ the King and I we found although very good to be slow (specially for bigger tables). We had to tell the waiters that we want to be finished by a certain time for the shows otherwise you will miss it.

Another thing that we missed from previous cruises was the chocolates on your pillow before going to bed...

The activities were well planned and could always find something to do or...just find a quite spot to relax.

However we had a wonderful time and the ports called were just where we wanted to go specially Santorini and Mikonos. By More the way, remember if you miss your favourite soft drinks (diet Coke, Tab, sprite0, etc) you can buy them on the ports of call and bring them to the ship - (only spirits and alchool will be confiscated).Enjoy cruising as much as we do! Less

Published 07/17/11

Cabin review: M8557 Interior Stateroom

Cabin extremely small. Bed against one wall had to move bedside table to have a bit of space on both sides of bed. Tiny closet.

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