August 2015 - Carnival Glory to Caribbean - Eastern
This ship truly needs some love. It looked a bit run down in its appearance. The dining room staff was efficient but not overly friendly. The entertainment aboard ship was mainly geared toward the Latin American passengers and no one else including the "Caribbean Beach Party". It was all very heavy Reggie music not island type beach music as I expected. In the casino bar only the Latin music band played, the other band played other venues away from the crowds.
The cruise director was excellent as was his assistant. The comedy club was good as always. The buffet was adequate, however on port days when passengers wanted to get off the ship it was over crowded and difficult to get a table.
Prices in the spa were outrageous especially on port days when business would be slow. It certainly discouraged me from going to the spa for a massage and facial at their rates!!!!!
Overall it was a good cruise as far as the itinerary considering we had to change due to Hurricane Erika.
The excursions were great. We snorkled with dolphins in Roatan and went snorkling on the Mesoamerican Reef in Belize. Organized, exciting, and fun.