Carnival Conquest Cruise Review to Caribbean - Western

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7+ cruises


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3 out of 5

the ship was nice

Sail Date: June 12, 2011

Reviewed: 6 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Oceanview

the ship was nice but to many people on board and the lines for food on the lido deck was so long and the shore excursions took to long on some of them to get started and allot of time was wasted waiting for the excursion to get started.

Pros: the food was great

Cons: long lines every where

Recommends Carnival Conquest? Yes!

Food and Dining
The food was wonderful when you could get some up on the lido deck. Allot of times they would run out and it took a while for them to add some more.
Cabin / Stateroom
to much noise in the hall way from the cleaning staff starting at 6 in the morning.
Service and Staff
The staff and crew where very friendly and easy to talk to when you needed something.
Ship Quality
the decor was nice and the rooms where nice but the layout of the ship was hard to get around when you wanted to get to one end to another.
George Town, Grand Cayman
went to stingray city it was great
Don't Miss: donot miss sting ray city its a must to do
Cozumel, Mexico
went snorkling in the caverens and it was wonderful but the way we got to the caverens was not so great and we did not have enough time at the beach or shopping in mexico
Montego Bay, Jamaica
went to a beach resort and it was great

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