The Paradise is a nice smaller cruise ship with retro decor that we found acceptable. We were delighted with the size of the grand suites with adjoining door which is great for families. Seating in the Normandie Theatre offered limited view of the stage. The $10 shopping boutique offered reasonably priced items. The ship was clean from stem to stern and the food was great.
Pros: Customer Service
Cons: Advertising Gay/Lesbian Activities
Recommends Carnival Paradise? Yes!
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There were fewer stage shows than previous Carnival cruises.
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