High Hopes . . . Big Let Down!!!
The cruise was poor at best. The embarkation and disembark process was terrible. The ship was outdated. The dinners were good quality food; all other food was terrible. We had to ask to have dinners as close to the doors (mid ship) as possible because the constant vibration from the engine was making my wife sick. The nonstop sales pitch when aboard the ship got tiring after a day or two; think infomercial (act now!!, come to the promenade for a free chain when you buy a pendant, spa service $20 off . . wait $30 off . . . wait $50 off). UGH!! I'd prefer it if they set a competitive price and let me choose what I want. My thoughts don't go on the Adventure of the Seas until it gets a refresh. If Royal Caribbean has a better quality ship with better food choices and stopped the sales pitch they would probably be a good company to sail with. Their customer service on board was actually very good. It was the only thing preventing me from giving it an outright terrible rating.
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