Lots of “issues”
Anthem of the Seas Cruise Review to Bermuda
5 Night Bermuda (Cape Liberty Roundtrip)
Sail date: May 18, 2019
Ship: Anthem of the Seas
Cabin type: Balcony
Traveled as: Family (older children)
Reviewed: 2 years ago
Review summaryCompared to NCL, RCL really disappointed us. For a Quantum class ship - I really expected more. We will see how our “compensation package” gets processed for a final grade - but I doubt RCL will impress me with that category either given all the problems we encountered.
Food and Dining
$6 for pretzels? While the drinks were ok, the guitar player wasn’t.
A fat gay Asian piano player is not my idea of entertainment.
Nice friendly wait staff and good food. Service was very slow, to the point we sent one in our party to get additional drinks.
Great food, fabulous service, and nice atmosphere. But it was closed for a private event one night, and it is a upcharge venue.
The robotic tv’s and projectors were very cool but the story and entertainers were awful. They need to totally redo the show to utilize the room features better.
I wouldn’t expect this to be in use much longer due to the fact that it spills more than it produces. They literally had a hostess on duty with a mop, bucket, and sponge!
Rock Climbing Wall
Small, and located where wind conditions are an issue.
The Royal Theater
Awful seats. Technical delays that required plan b (whatever that was), and popcorn priced at $2.75?
Another flaming gay entertainer leads a show about robotic televisions and spinning aerial artists? Boring, and a waste of technology.
Hot and humid. The place needs ventilation - but it was one of the nicest places on the ship.
Given the capacity for throughout, and its abilities in wind - it’s a nice idea, but not practical. We rode it, but I wouldn’t do it again.
Crowded, loud, and stuck in the 1970’s. Pool tables had craters in the balls, and there was so little felt on the tables it seemed you were playing right on the slate.
Service and Staff
Cabin / Stateroom