• Newsletter
  • Write a Review
  • Boards
  • Deals
  • Find a Cruise
  • Reviews
  • News
  • Cruise Tips

Carnival Glory Cruise Reviews for Cruises for the Disabled Cruises to the Caribbean from Port Canaveral (Orlando)

4.5 / 5.0
Editor Rating
1821 reviews
sitting on the balcony next to the lounge chair
Beautiful sunset from the beautiful Glory
Pedro made sure we had a towel animal every night.
We were on our way to experience the chefs table. A definite must for any one cruising. An experience we won't forget
See all photos
Cruiser Rating
4.3
Very Good
489 reviews
Ratings by category
Cabins
Dining
Entertainment
Public Rooms
Fitness Recreation
Family
Enrichment
Service
Value For Money

Filters

1-10 of 489 Carnival Glory Cruise Reviews for Cruises for the Disabled Cruises to the Caribbean from Port Canaveral (Orlando)


Fabulous cruise on the Glory!!!

Review for Carnival Glory to Caribbean - Western

User Avatar
Oneluckywoman
First Time Cruiser • Age 60s

My husband and I have been on over 20 cruises...this was our 4th time on the Glory. We live near the port, so we headed to the ship at 10:30 a.m. and were met with a huge traffic jam, which is unusual. We soon found out that the ship had been involved in a rescue and had come into port late, which is why people were still getting off the ship at 11:00. We are platinum with Carnival and as soon ...
Read More

Sail Date: October 2009

Cabin Type: Interior


Tenth Anniversary Cruise

Review for Carnival Glory to Caribbean - Eastern

User Avatar
lamar74
First Time Cruiser • Age 60s

My wife and I celebrated our 10th anniversary on the Carnival Glory.  This was our first time on Carnival; we have previously sailed on the Disney Magic (three times for the 3 day cruise), HAL Veendam, NCL Spirit (Alaska), NCL Pearl, NCL Sky (3 day), RCCL Mariner of the Seas, and the Caribbean Princess.   Our house is 65 miles from the port. We arrived at Port Canaveral just after noon, and ...
Read More

Sail Date: October 2009


Wonderful Glory Cruise - Eastern

Review for Carnival Glory to Caribbean - Eastern

User Avatar
gooselover
First Time Cruiser • Age 60s

My son, girlfriend, and DH and I drove to Dallas to catch our flight. Never again will I make a 4.5 hour drive to catch a flight. While we made the drive fine, none of us got any sleep the night before our flight due to our late arrival in DFW. EMBARKATION: This was a breeze. We arrived to the port by LIMO (highly recommend Limo Orlando) from Orlando. This was a surprise for my son and his ...
Read More

Sail Date: October 2009


Was pleasantly surprised by Carnival

Review for Carnival Glory to Caribbean - Eastern

User Avatar
stephsan
First Time Cruiser • Age 60s

Had done Disney twice, RC and Norwegian once each and all were great. Just didn't want to do Carnival due to their adds and rumors of constant partying. But got a good rate and this fit all of our needs so decided to give it a try. Went in with zero expectations. Truthfully, I was expecting to be terribly disappointed. And it turned out to be just fine and I would do Carnival again! And believe me ...
Read More

Sail Date: October 2009

Cabin Type: Ocean View


GLORY: Your Cutbacks Are Showing!

Review for Carnival Glory to Caribbean - Western

User Avatar
thomasina24
First Time Cruiser • Age 50s

Hi There, I have read this board frequently for many years. In preparation for my latest cruise, I began once again to read daily and became informed of the many changes and cutbacks. I really did not want to believe some of the things I was reading. Prior to this cruise, I had been on 7 Carnival cruises between 1999 and 2006 and I loved those vacations. This was my third time on the Glory. ...
Read More

Sail Date: October 2009


The Glory is Still Glorious!

Review for Carnival Glory to Caribbean - Western

User Avatar
Boomermomma
First Time Cruiser • Age 60s

This was our 3rd cruise on the Carnival Glory, the 7th Carnival cruise. The Glory, although she is a bit older like all of us (!), is still wonderful! Embarkation was great! We left the Radisson at the Port on the 11:30 shuttle, and were having lunch on the Lido at 12:15! The people handling embarkation were professional, yet friendly! There were questions about the H1N1 we had to answer, but ...
Read More

Sail Date: October 2009


Good time on the Glory

Review for Carnival Glory to Caribbean - Eastern

User Avatar
shimuneka
First Time Cruiser • Age 30s

My wife and I are in our 20's and this was the 7th cruise for us on Carival and the Glory was the 4th Carnival boat we have been on. I want to start off by saying that we booked this cruise the day after we got off the boat in May 2009, prior to hunting season dates beign published. I was very much looking forward to this trip until I realized that I wa going to be missing 2 weekends of hunting ...
Read More

Sail Date: October 2009


Wonderful Family Vacation!

Review for Carnival Glory to Caribbean - Eastern

User Avatar
SummersFamily
First Time Cruiser • Age 50s

This is my husband and my fourth cruise and our two daughters (ages 12 & 10) third....all with Carnival. We decided to leave the evening before the cruise to avoid the hassle the day of. Our flight left Milwaukee around 5:15pm and with a layover in Atlanta, we arrived in Orlando at 11:00pm. We rented a car and drove less than 10 minutes to stay at the Quality Inn Airport Hotel. It was nice and ...
Read More

Sail Date: October 2009

Cabin Type: Balcony

Traveled with children


Anniversary of 30 years

Review for Carnival Glory to Caribbean - Eastern

User Avatar
anniversary30
First Time Cruiser • Age 60s

We have traveled before on Carnival. This was our first trip to eastern Caribbean. Embarkation went smooth. The food and waiter in the Platinum Dining Room was very good. We ate there six nights. The buffet on the Lido deck left a lot to be desired. The breakfast buffet was not very good at all. The eggs were soupy and runny and you had to ask for the bacon. They would only give you a ...
Read More

Sail Date: October 2009


Carnival Glory 10/31/09 Complete Cruise Review

Review for Carnival Glory to Caribbean - Western

User Avatar
hcomputers
First Time Cruiser • Age 50s

I hope this review helps and answers many questions people have concerning sailing on the Glory and/or other Carnival ships and the ports we visited. First off, at embarkation they hand you a form to fill out stating whether or not you have been exposed to H1N1, flu, or suffer from any flu like symptoms. We answered yes because our son had an allergy cough. Coughing was one of the listed ...
Read More

Sail Date: October 2009

Cabin Type: Interior

Traveled with children


Find a Carnival Glory Cruise from $354

Reviews of Carnival Glory Cruises for the Disabled to the Caribbean from Other Departure Ports
Carnival Glory Cruise Reviews for Cruises for the Disabled  to the Caribbean from San Juan
Carnival Glory Cruise Reviews for Cruises for the Disabled to the Caribbean from San Juan
Want to cruise smarter?
Get expert advice, insider tips and more.
By proceeding, you agree to Cruise Critic’s Privacy and Cookies Statement and Terms of Use.
About UsCruise DestinationsFirst Time CruisersFind A Cruise

Share your feedback

International Sites

© 1995—2022, The Independent Traveler, Inc.

  • Privacy and Cookies Statement

  • Terms of Use

  • Site Map

  • Cookie Consent