Adventure of the Seas Cruise Review to Caribbean - Southern

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7+ cruises

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2

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2 out of 5

rccl mixed blessings

Sail Date: January 27, 2008

Reviewed: 6 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Balcony

No one at embarkation to direct you to your cabin, no amenities like lotion or shampoo, no chocolates on the pillow at night. the ship was spartan. there were no early evening entertainment venues like piano music while waiting for the late seating for dinner. I was very disappointed in royal carribean this was my 22 cruise and I would rank celebrity or princess or norwegian much better than rccl. The ship was beautiful and the crew were very kind but they couldn't make up for the lack of "special" touches for the customers who were there only for the per cap sales. There were too many extras, even an ice cream cone cost extra!

Pros: the ship was outstanding, lots of neat architectural designs like a main street in the ship

Cons: the entertainment was abysmal, worst costuming Ihave ever seen

Recommends Adventure of the Seas? No.

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