12 Seward Royal Caribbean Radiance of the Seas Cruise Reviews

Cheap, cheap, cheap! If you want even bottled water, pay up! You can buy different drink packages ranging from about $12-$70/day per person. If you don't, you can have water, tea, lemonade, or coffee. When disembarking on land ... Read More
Cheap, cheap, cheap! If you want even bottled water, pay up! You can buy different drink packages ranging from about $12-$70/day per person. If you don't, you can have water, tea, lemonade, or coffee. When disembarking on land excursions, there was a cruise employee offering bottles of water......but only if you paid extra for that package. When we were viewing Hubbard Glacier from the stern of the ship it was very chilly outside and a server came around with hot chocolate..........only for passengers who bought the refreshment package for $29/day/person. We chose not to pay these exorbitant prices, and we ended up feeling like have-nots. A person can still buy drinks per item, and my husband paid $56 for four drinks (including the mandatory 18% gratuity). We bought our own wine on board for the above reasons, and sometimes had difficulty getting wine glasses from the bartenders because they were afraid they would run out. Food in the Windjammer cafe and Cascades dining room was mediocre at best; service in the dining room was slow. The dining room employees were always working very hard, so my guess is that food services was not well run. I was told by another passenger the specialty restaurants (for an extra charge) were not very good. There was a speaker on how to get a flatter stomach, but he turned out to be selling his product, so it was really a sales pitch. The onboard entertainment was so-so, nothing great. The exercise room was ok, but some of the machines were broken and the doors to the outside of the ship were often broken. There is nothing state-of-the-art about the ship, except the prices. All of the servers and room attendants were very friendly and helpful. They work 7 days/week and many hours a day. My understanding is their wages are not that high compared to American standards. This means the thousands of dollars we spent are mainly going to the upper echelon employees and not to those doing the hard work. If you call Royal Caribbean customer service, be prepared for a different answer every time. Royal Caribbean did not communicate logistics of the land portion of our tour very well ahead of time. Every time I called to ask a question, I got vastly different answers. So Royal Caribbean is not spending money training and communicating with its customer service reps. Finally, part of our package included a transfer from the airport to hotel on the 1st night of our trip. I called and gave Royal Caribbean our flight info (several times in order to get to someone who understood what I was talking about), and called and confirmed the transfer the day of our flight. Even so, my husband and I were stranded at the airport at 11:45pm as no one showed to pick us up. When I asked the tour director, she was apologetic and called the company to see if we could be comped and was told no - we were listed as a no-show at the airport. Impossible. We looked all over baggage claim both inside and outside, and there was no one holding up a sign and no van that indicated it was part of a tour company. Our belief is that the driver didn't want to be at the airport at that late hour and didn't show, but claimed they were there. It would have cost the company nothing to comp us a couple of drinks, but they didn't. Again, cheap, cheap, cheap! Read Less
Sail Date July 2019
This was it first cruise and is likely to be the last. We left 4 hours late and traveled the inner passage at night, couldn't see anything. The ship is fundamentally a shopping mall - hotel on floats with gambling room, and an ... Read More
This was it first cruise and is likely to be the last. We left 4 hours late and traveled the inner passage at night, couldn't see anything. The ship is fundamentally a shopping mall - hotel on floats with gambling room, and an incredible assortment of bars (who drinks $60/day of alcohol?) Aside from one glacier view nothing but far land on one side and empty ocean on the other. We were transported from one tourist trap to the next, with villages doubling or tripling population as the ship comes in. A hassle to get in and out with security and room card (I understand they don't want anyone left stranded, especially those who drink $60/d alcohol!!) The presentation on board were poorly presented with low quality visuals. One experience was enough. Not interested in social games, bingo, arcade game or whatever. Very few opportunity for photography. Incessant push to buy non sense watches and the likes. Too much smoking! The good thing about such an enormous ship is that it is very stable and food was good. Otherwise a miserable experience Read Less
Sail Date August 2018
We chose RCI because we have sailed on them before and generally have good experiences. This however was not the case on the Radiance. From the time we got on the boat things were awful. The boat smelled like raw sewage when we first ... Read More
We chose RCI because we have sailed on them before and generally have good experiences. This however was not the case on the Radiance. From the time we got on the boat things were awful. The boat smelled like raw sewage when we first got on. I thought that it might have been Seward but as the cruise wore on I would still occasionally smell raw sewage. State room attendant was good. Main dining not so good. First day I had to ask for tea three times and bread twice. When I mentioned it to the head waiter he took care of the problem. Our waiter, however, had about 15 guests to serve and he was always behind. Most of the other tables had dessert before we had our entree. Not his fault he just had too much to do. The Radiance is an older and smaller boat and doesn't have the amenities of the larger ships, no promenade, very few, if any after hours dining like the bigger ships. They did, however, have a lot of specialty dinning that they pushed at you from all directions. I believe they had five specialty restaurants, and one after hours snack station. Windjammer was always crowded as usual. Always hard to find a seat during peak hours. On most of the ships we have been on dining is at 6:30 and 8:30 with shows at 8:30 and 10:30. On the Radiance the dining is 6 and 8 with shows at 7 and 9. 8:00 diners have to go to the show at 7:00. I prefer the old way with dining at 8:30 and the show after. On the Radiance it would not make much difference because the shows were pretty bad anyway. We walked out of two of them. They have self leveling pool tables on board, which seems kind of nice until you tried to play on them. Most of the time they were broke, balls were missing and the tables locked in one position. We did the cruise tour with 5 days in Alaska before the cruise. The tour part was far superior to the cruise part. We both decided that we would never said on the Radiance again. Read Less
Sail Date June 2018
The itinerary was great. I enjoyed Alaska, but I was disappointed in RCI. Yes Radiance is old and small but I expected that. I didn't expect a poorly trained crew. Outside of food service, I had to ask for assistance twice. I ... Read More
The itinerary was great. I enjoyed Alaska, but I was disappointed in RCI. Yes Radiance is old and small but I expected that. I didn't expect a poorly trained crew. Outside of food service, I had to ask for assistance twice. I found it difficult to make someone understand because they were too busy arguing with me. There only excuse was that it was a small ship. It was not the ship it was the attitude of the crew. Entertainment was disappointing as well. People walked out of CITY OF DREAMS. I went to sleep. The cruise director staff was hard to find. I have been on smaller ships with many more activities. The compass was poorly edited. It referred to the northern route so it wasn't fully updated. Hallways were blocked with steward carts all day long so it was difficult to navigate the small hallways. Shore excursions staff were poorly trained and rude. The guest services were rude. My roommate and I had seperate sea pass cards but they put everything on hers. I asked them to reverse some of them and put them on mine, they gladly did that but they went ahead and put them right back on hers instead of mine. They said they did not understand. I just gave up and reimbursed my cabin mate. I was disappointed. When I asked about the arrangements and reservation that I made on the RCI website prior to departure, guest service said they did not see them and told me to speak with my travel agent. I told them they were my travel agent and they told me if I paid for things ahead of time I needed to prove it. I understand the need for the that. I showed them my receipt and they then told me they didn't see it so it must be a banking error. I had to call my bank and have them fight with them. This was my vacation that I paid a lot of money for. Read Less
Sail Date June 2018
I made a resolution: choose a cruise solely for its ports. The rest is likely to be a disappointment. Too many sour faces and mediocre service. The food was good for a weight loss regime, and I did lose some weight, The bathroom in the ... Read More
I made a resolution: choose a cruise solely for its ports. The rest is likely to be a disappointment. Too many sour faces and mediocre service. The food was good for a weight loss regime, and I did lose some weight, The bathroom in the cabin smelled bad from the start. Knowing that the ship had not been refreshed in a long while, I did not even bother to complain (I had read a review that referred to this issue). The balcony cabin (7024) had one advantage: it was quiet. The balcony was really nice when we were at the Hubbard glacier but the comfort was not comparable to the cost. A 2 star hotel, probably. How bad the food? You can tell that they are racing for the bottom. Even the pizza is awful. This is not surprising: they heat frozen pizzas with the toppings. I saw a waiter collecting noodles spilled on the service table and putting them back in the container. This is not what you want in a cruise when everybody is worried about norovirus. Why is the food so bad? It is worse in the self-service, because it has been heated and re-heated. The coffee is undrinkable, so you go for the $5 cup of coffee. I did not want to do the same with the food. Children activities: yes, if you can convince your child to stay. Mine said that it was like school and could not get him to go back. Was there anything good? Yes: the itinerary was fantastic. In the future, I will know what to expect and will pay for the cheapest cabin and keep the money for the excursions. Read Less
Sail Date July 2017
Was very disappointed since most reviews for this cruise ship and line are pretty good. Went on an Alaskan cruise, which meant most of the ships outdoor areas were not really usable. This left limited common spaces to hang out. Food was ... Read More
Was very disappointed since most reviews for this cruise ship and line are pretty good. Went on an Alaskan cruise, which meant most of the ships outdoor areas were not really usable. This left limited common spaces to hang out. Food was mediocre, but I did always have something I could eat. Interior room was pretty spacious. Overall, my review would be a 3.5/5 here. Why 2? Member of our party got FOOD POISONING on the boat (and definitely from the boat since it was after a full sea day). He threw up outside the Windjammer (buffet) in front of staff and NO ONE HELPED him. After seeing an on-board doctor, he was appropriately quarantined. His pregnant wife had to be quarantined with him, since there are no other rooms available (which turns out the medical staff had no way to know this and should have called guest services to arrange a room). He suggests that maybe she could stay with her family (me) instead since she's pregnant. Doctor says that's fine. There was no follow up to this at all. No one told her or me about this, or to arrange even extra sheets/towels. They deactivated his room card, but not hers, she got into their room, where he updated her. And then, she updated us. We called house-keeping for additional sheets and such, and explained the situation. Wasn't even given a cot. She slept on a short couch. Went to file a formal complaint the next day with guest services and was just passed off to medical. Where they kept explaining the reasoning for the quarantine instead of addressing the fact that they were going to 1) quarantine a pregnant person with a "very contagious" (in their words) person; and 2) not follow up with sleeping arrangements. Doctor claimed she didn't realize his wife was pregnant, and she's "sorry he felt he told her". Personally, she probably should have asked who he was staying with even if he hadn't told him. He could have been staying with his 90 year old grandma or someone who's recovering from something or in some other way vulnerable too. Was assured that they followed company policy - The End. Oh, and that the doctor would have definitely heard if he had told her she was pregnant, but probably wouldn't have done anything differently anyways. TL;DR don't get food poisoning don't expect help if throwing up in public space 4/10 would NOT RECOMMEND POSITIVES Without the food poisoning incident, the cruise was otherwise passable. Cabin - had an interior cabin that was quite a bit larger than expected, with a sleeping area and a decent sitting area. Lots of storage everywhere. Lots of lights each with their own control. Cabin bathroom - small, but relatively functional. Powerful shower, which was great for the showering part. Shower curtain was not enough to contain the water. You'll feel the accomplishment once you figure out how to shower without flooding the entire bathroom. Dining (buffet) - I found most of the food either too salty or too sweet, but I did always have something to eat that I enjoyed. I would have preferred some "regular" choices, such as non-low fat yogurt. Unless you're getting water, ice tea, or orange juice, you had to line up at a drink station. So if you're a coffee drinker like me, you'll be lining up lots. Staff do come around with hot drinks too, but it's rarer, or they won't get to you when it's busy. Buffet space itself lacks seating, and there are constantly people wandering looking for somewhere to sit. You'll sometimes have to share a table with another party. There are constantly messages politely asking people to leave to allow other customers to sit. Staff will help you find seating. Not ideal, but I did always find a place. Save room for the last dinner at the buffet - everything good will be served all at once then. Dining (formal) - Food was generally passable. Service was good, but does feel a little bit rushed. Tables are super crowded. You'll be really close to other tables around you. Surprising lack of west coast seafood. Ports - I loved them. Ports were beautiful. We lucked out with great weather, and saw lots of wildlife. Bald eagles everywhere, an otter fishing for crab and whales feeding at Icy Strait. We saw the whales from the buffet windows on the boat. Had AK king crab on shore, which was expensive, but worth it! Excursions - went on the whale watching and the tea garden ones. They were great. Great service for both. The whale watching was on a special boat that doesn't use propeller blades (or whatever they're actually called), so they won't harm whales. You can stand outside, which gets a bit cold when the boat is in motion, or stay inside and watch through giant windows with free hot chocolate/coffee. Boat - weird layout, probably because it was meant for warmer weather. You had to go outside to get to the solarium (which is a very comfortable place to be), or go up and down decks. Lots of little tables around to find a seat. Could use more window seating. It would be nice if the buffet area was open when food's not served. A lot of available seating is outside, or near large opened windows. Weather was pretty good, but it's still a bit too cold and windy to read outside for long. Gym/track - Nice decent gym, well stocked with machines and free weights. There's a large open area in front of a mirror for yoga and such. Spin was also available, but I believe that was extra cost. It was a bit warm, but I find that normal for gyms on cruises. The track is just a colored ring outside on the deck. It's fine if you're up early, and no one else is on deck. Otherwise, you'll be dodging people, and they you. Read Less
Sail Date May 2017
I WAS a loyal Diamond cruiser. I'm done being loyal to Royal. I planned this cruise with my sister to knock one off our bucket list. We had lost a brother a few years prior so we we were honoring his memory on his birthday. ... Read More
I WAS a loyal Diamond cruiser. I'm done being loyal to Royal. I planned this cruise with my sister to knock one off our bucket list. We had lost a brother a few years prior so we we were honoring his memory on his birthday. We wanted to "do to up right". We booked 18 months in advance, we picked our cabin then paid a premium rate for it as we were told it was just refurbished and it was upgraded to a new level. No worries, we selected it because it had a huge balcony and we imagined sitting out there looking at glaciers and beautiful scenery. Maybe it's because I have only cruised Royal and I didn't have anything to compare it with...but every time I go it just gets worse. More amenities are stripped away, they are really embracing the less is more philosophy. Our cabin steward Regio was fabulous. Attended to our needs and delighted us with towel animals. The cabin was always clean and he was very friendly. Our dinner service was OK, but the my time dining was not really not my time...it is still their time. We wanted a 7pm dinner, but it was 7:30 after the first seating or as soon as the first seating left. I asked if we could sit near a window (my mistake) since the days were long and there was nice view...so that sat us at a two top....we missed the opportunity to engage in conversation with other passengers. One of the delights of cruising. Why they thought we would want to sit alone I have no idea, then that seemed to be the arrangement for the week. The food was not bad, but nothing delightful. The same thing they always serve. I must say, other than formal lobster night, my favorite meal was the grilled chicken breast with vegetables...pretty standard and unimaginative but good. The remodel did not seem it was for the benefit of the passengers... More pay for restaurants and ways they can capture more r venue. The refur of the spa had ill fitting loungers in the thermal suite that were not only uncomfortable but ugly. The thermal suite used to be my favorite delight of the spa. Whoever was responsible for the remodeling of the spa should be fired, between the loungers and the ugly carpet in the entrance that was obviouly a scrap from elsewhere on the ship, they destroyed the ambiance of the spa. Neither the loungers or the carpet matched the surrounding decor. Shall we talk about the therapy pool...In Alaska the solarium is transformed into a children's playground, Even after 11pm kids were there screaming, jumping and in the hot tubs....this previously was an adults only area that is now half playground, half cafe with tables and chairs and loungers removed. Imagine the noise with kids yelling Ina glass house...not to mention diving in a shallow pool unsupervised....it made me so nervous I had to leave. I would like to also comment on the entertainment. The RC singers and dancers were good, but the comedian was so bad I though he was a magician...and I kept waiting for him to pull a joke out of his hat! The Motown review was good, but nothing to write home about. My sister and I had both bought drink packages, I was so dismayed when I could not have a glass of champagne before dinner. On my last cruises it was no problem, but now the price was $14 a glass and exceeded the allowance of any drink package...you could have it for an additional $2... Well,that just set me off! Needless to say I also did not go to the Diamond Lounge since my sister was turned away the first time we tried. She is not a diamond member. It clearly states you cannot bring guests...but it seems illogical that if I travel with a spouse they are given my same status, but if I travel with a sister and share a balcony stateroom they are not able to come in. We already had drink packages, and the club was not full, so it is of no benefit for me to be a diamond member anymore. There is no benefit for me to sail Royal. Over the years all the things that made it special have now been stripped away, themed dinners with specially folded napkins, or after dinner drink service, or waiters that had some experience and personality, maybe a special "treat" at the champagne bar in the evening. Great entertainment and evening activities. All gone. Read Less
Sail Date June 2016
I planned a family (my parents, husband, and myself) trip to AK for June 2015. We just got back and overall the trip was great because we experienced so much of Alaska; however, the cruise was a disappointment. My husbands favorite ... Read More
I planned a family (my parents, husband, and myself) trip to AK for June 2015. We just got back and overall the trip was great because we experienced so much of Alaska; however, the cruise was a disappointment. My husbands favorite thing about cruising is the ice cream and every time we turned around the ice cream machine was broken with only one side working so there ended up always being a line or impossible to fix yourself an ice cream. Additionally, the strawberry never worked! My dad's favorite part about cruising is the food...the food on this ship during the lunch hours is awful! The extra food service areas around the pool is also awful! It is a poor excuse for food. Dinner was a different story thankfully...while the meat served is less than quality, overall dinner was great and the personal waitstaff was kind. Entertainment on the Radiance was a disappointment. The RC Dancers looked like they forgot to practice. They were never in sync and the show story line was horrible as well as the costumes. The singers however did have nice voices but the dancers were a train wreck to watch. Thankfully the cruise ship brought in outside entertainment for a few nights so we got a break from the RC Dancers. The greeters for the ship be it the buffet or when you arrived back on board looked as if they would rather be somewhere else. They would stand their cross armed and no smile. We had only sailed Disney before this cruise so we had high expectations and we were disappointed. No, we do not have kids we just enjoy the quality Disney provides. On the Disney cruise the greeters have Mickey hands waiving saying "good morning" or "welcome home" and we did not see any of the welcoming faces on this cruise. Disney has Mickey and friends on the cruise and the showman ship is top notch. RC had a whale, dolphin, mouse etc. for picture taking and the costumes were worn out and looked like they were from the 70s. I was watching the whale one day before leaving for our shore excursion and the whale was holding up the head in between pictures AND what connects the costume had strings hanging out the back of the head. Very poor showmanship! Alaska however is wonderful and I recommend going if you ever have the chance. We decided to try RC because we like the path the boat took over Disney but you cannot compare the quality of service for RC to Disney. Lesson learned. Read Less
Sail Date June 2015
I rate the cruise a 2.5 only due to the beautiful viewing of the Hubbard glacier and excellent excursions at Juneau, Skagway, Icy Strait Point, Ketchikan and Vancouver. The food at best was below average. Entertainment was just average. ... Read More
I rate the cruise a 2.5 only due to the beautiful viewing of the Hubbard glacier and excellent excursions at Juneau, Skagway, Icy Strait Point, Ketchikan and Vancouver. The food at best was below average. Entertainment was just average. The cabin was below average. The fitness center was above average. They cared more about taking all your money instead of proving quality value. First time I seen watered down tabasco sauce, omelets and drinks. Meatballs that could bounce. Toast that was so hard that the waiter told me to cut the edges off. The last day of our cruise at breakfast they ran out of ham, sausage, bacon and cream cheese. The balcony door that needed Superman to unlock and roll open. Bathroom that had a toilet brush that smelled like human waste. The room attendant cleaned all the rooms with same dirty water and didn't use any sanitizers. The bathroom didn't have any lotion and the water from the facets went from hot to cold while showering. This was my first RC cruise and have done three Disney cruises. What a downgrade this was. Read Less
Sail Date June 2015
Fortunately Alaska was great and that was our main reason to be on the ship. The food was marginal at best. The dining room was average and had some variety. The steak reminded me of the pick up trucks with refrigerators in the back, ... Read More
Fortunately Alaska was great and that was our main reason to be on the ship. The food was marginal at best. The dining room was average and had some variety. The steak reminded me of the pick up trucks with refrigerators in the back, trying to sell poor quality meat. The Windjammer had the same stuff every night, or not much of a difference. Even he hamburgers and hotdogs were in a steel tray. Who knows when or how they were cooked. I discovered they did have omlets for breakfast. You don't watch them make it, you just stand in a long line waiting to have it made. The desert selection was minimal. The tiny pastries didn't look as good as the cellophane wrapped ones at a cheap gas station. Only one of the two cream machines worked. And a couple times they ran out or just had strawberry. The pizza was never cooked enough to turn the crust even a slight brown. The food just was lacking appeal. They had one good comedian for entertainment. The other shows were bad. Either cheesy entertainment or not much better than a good high school production. I have been on other cruise lines as well as RCI and this fell way short. The ports and Alaska experience was great. I would do it again, but not with RCI. Read Less
Sail Date May 2015
We recently returned from a 12 day Alaska Cruise Tour on the Royal Caribbean's Radiance of the Seas. The whole Alaska experience was incredible offering great views, diverse stops along the way, a friendly crew and friendly travelers. ... Read More
We recently returned from a 12 day Alaska Cruise Tour on the Royal Caribbean's Radiance of the Seas. The whole Alaska experience was incredible offering great views, diverse stops along the way, a friendly crew and friendly travelers. Sadly. Royal Caribbean did not come anywhere near to living up to it's reputation as a first class cruise line. For the land portion, the accommodations were one star at best. In Fairbanks, the facility at Pike's Waterfront Lodge was reminiscent of a military barracks. The only food offered for meals in the Lodge was from overpriced buffets. The lounge closed at 9:00 each evening. When we walked in the rain to Pike's Landing next door, we found the food pretty much inedible. We were actually told by our waitstaff that the law in Alaska requires that all beef be served well-done. After two days of this, we moved on to Denali and the McKinley Village Lodge.This turned out to be camping with a plasma TV. Our cabin room had only two lights, no closet and was situated mere feet from a highway carrying heavy truck traffic 24 hours a day which allowed for very little sleep for our two days here. Once we actually boarded the Radiance of the Seas, the food we were served was of incredibly poor quality. The daily menu offered was a lot of repetitive, sometimes renamed dining selections. Though we were in the "Salmon Capital of the World", the one salmon meal they served was far from fresh, overcooked and only 3 inches by 4 inches by 1/8 inch thick. In the main dining room, we never were offered Alaskan King Crab, unless we wanted to pay an upgrade to sample one of their higher level restaurants. The steaks and beef offerings were of poor quality. They were consistently chewy and overcooked. Eating a lobster tail they served was like chewing rubber bands. It became quickly apparent that RCL wants to force customers to pay extra for their more expensive high-end dining venues. Read Less
Sail Date July 2014
I started cruising with RCI in 1978 with Song of Norway and stopped in 1988 with Sovereign of the Seas. I have continued with other companies Carnival, Holland, Princess, Celebrity, Oceania, and Crystal over the next 20+ years. Before, ... Read More
I started cruising with RCI in 1978 with Song of Norway and stopped in 1988 with Sovereign of the Seas. I have continued with other companies Carnival, Holland, Princess, Celebrity, Oceania, and Crystal over the next 20+ years. Before, RCI had wonderful activities that got people moving through their ship shape dollars programs. Today, most activities deal with selling products. Past food menus dealt with themes like French, Italian, Asian, American night. Today, the food and desserts are bad. There are no butter or cream in their food and less salt. Maybe the substituted ingredients have less calories? But it did affect the taste. Creme Brulee was airy, very eggy. Ice cream were ice milk or soft serve. Most of their cake were dry. We ordered a special birthday cake, and it was delicious. Cake was light and moist and real whipping cream was used. Oh yes, one night there was a sampler offered (flourless chocolate cake, raspberry mousse, and etc.) and it was excellent. I would ordered most of the starters which was pretty good and find someone to share an entree and dessert. RCI use to have Las Vegas style entertainment. Today, your entertainment is provided by the ship's singers and dancers which I usually enjoy. But the quality of the productions were bad. The entertainment at the bars were better. Only the headliners provided excellent shows.The cabin stewards were excellent. The dining staff was excellent. The Windjammer staff was not great. I got the feeling that they were ready for R and R. I think Paul, the cruise director needs a vacation too. Public facilities were clean. Port: Juneau: take the RT $16.00 bus to Mendlehall glacier. Skagway,take a walking tour from the visitor center. Ketchikan , take the public bus for$1.00 to Saxman Village ( $5.00 admission fee). Hubbard glacier was fogged in. We could not see anything. I think going on Celebrity cruises, a subsidiary of RCI, would be a better value. Food, entertainment, and ships activities are much better. Read Less
Sail Date July 2013
Radiance of the Seas Ratings
Category Editor Member
Cabins 4.0 4.2
Dining 4.0 4.0
Entertainment 4.0 3.7
Public Rooms 4.0 4.3
Fitness Recreation 4.5 4.1
Family 4.0 4.1
Shore Excursion 3.5 3.8
Enrichment 2.0 3.5
Service 4.5 4.4
Value For Money 4.5 3.8
Rates N/A 4.3

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