The Carnival Paradise to Grand Cayman and Cozumel was a relaxful and casual cruise. The common areas of the ship were very well kept. The staterooms, I'm afraid are showing their wear with a TV that was a small computer monitor with few station choices. The level of entertainment was fair with the cruise director and dancers as the best. This ship is a smaller class and doesn't provide the Promenade/Shops that bigger ships provide. The Pools were very small even though you could use them for a quick dip. The food itself was excellent in the main dining but lacked variety in the buffet. The deserts were fantastic though with many choices. Overall, if your OK with a smaller boat, a casual feel, for the money, this carnival option is a good one.
Pros: The Casual Feel. :)
Cons: The Resturant Options :(
Recommends Carnival Paradise? Yes!
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Ship Size Smaller
Food and Dining
Would be better with more Variety and Options.
Cabin / Stateroom
Staterooms showing wear and tear.
Service and Staff
No compaints\, very attentive.
Need talent upgrade\, Cruise director plays a mean fiddle!
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