Carnival Glory Cruise Review to Canada, New England, New York

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1 cruise (first)


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1 out of 5

Never again

Sail Date: July 07, 2011

Reviewed: 5 years ago

Traveled As: Family (older children)

Room Type: Oceanview

Really bad experience. The food was dissapointing and kids were cannonballing on us in the hot tub. Our dinner order was lost one, night, we got kicked out of our seats during a Tea time, and the port of call was atrocious. Photographers stalked us in the entertainment and dining areas, and the drinks were very expensive.

It was so bad that I cancelled the gratuity, and I am considered a generous tipper. Never again.

Pros: exercise facilities

Cons: Food, lack of access to hot tubs, poor serivce, limited entertainment, bad port of call

Recommends Carnival Glory? No.

Cabin / Stateroom
Service and Staff
Most of the staff were courteous, but the dinner and tea time were major disapointments. We couldn't even order a dinner drink, because they had a separate waiter for that, and he never showed up.
Ship Quality
Really bad pool and hot tub facilities. Rooms were clean. Elevators were slow.
Food and Dining
Bobs Big Boy on a ship.
Not as much as we hoped for. The day time activities were sparse.Night shows were OK.
Saint John, New Brunswick
North Philly moved to Canada. What a horrible port of call. Nothing to do except shop in a tent and get drwoned by rain.
Don't Miss: Getting wet.

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