A Very big waste of money

Carnival Imagination Cruise Review to Mexico

Contributor Level: Deck Hand
Experience: 1 cruise (first)
Review: 1
Helpful Votes: 0

Overall Rating:

1 out of 5
Sail Date: February 01, 2010
Ship: Carnival Imagination
Cabin Type: Balcony
Traveled As: Family (young children)
Reviewed: 8 years ago
There was no one in charge. The inmates were running the asylium.The "Cruise Director " was more concerned about hearing herself sing 50's songs then what might be right for the guests.The staff didn't understand English or choose not to.The "entertainment" was really poor and lame.

Food and Dining

1 out of 5
There was plenty of it. Not anythig you would want.


1 out of 5
The children with us are 9&11.There was not anything for them. They did not go to the camp.The one thing that we thought would be fun was the "Disco"dance instruction,which would be great if we danced more than4 minutes.

Children's Programs

1 out of 5
There was none. The entertainment around the pool was the hairest man contest and then the 3 winners had to do a "dance" into the pool. It was totally not family rated. My daughter took the kids away. Not pleasant.

Service and Staff

1 out of 5
Except for our steward and the first night of dinning,there is a vast room for improvement

Ship Quality

3 out of 5

Cabin / Stateroom

3 out of 5

Pros: our room steward was the best

Cons: Every thing was

Recommends Carnival Imagination? No.

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