Best food and service we've had!
Adventure of the Seas Cruise Review to Caribbean - Southern
Sail Date: October 29, 2006
Ship: Adventure of the Seas
Cabin Type: Oceanview
Traveled As: Singles/Friends
Reviewed: 10 years ago
I was a little afraid of such a large ship with so many people, but with the exception of the shoping area and the photo shop, nothing felt crowded. Even though our room was at the back of the ship, there was very little movement. The bars were all very attractive and nicely decorated. Particularly nice art in the halls. The ice show was marvelous, but the singing and dancing shows were mediocre or less. Staff was cheerful, helpful, and friendly--one got the feeling that the ship was well-managed in all areas. Loved the ports--Aruba, St. Martin, Curacao and St Thomas. This was the only ship I'd even been on when at capacity, on "at sea" days, there were still plenty of deck chairs in the sun and shade.
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Don't Miss: Palm Beach.
Don't Miss: Oldest synagogue in the Western Hemisphere.
Don't Miss: Orient Beach and Marigot.
Pros: Great dining room service, all very clean, lots of choice in food and activities, good ports.
Cons: No outdoor seating for buffet, expensive Internet access