Carnival Paradise Cruise Review to Caribbean - Western


1 cruise (first)


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5 out of 5

Caribbean Bliss

Sail Date: June 29, 2013

Reviewed: 3 years ago

Traveled As: Singles/Friends

Room Type: Oceanview

First time cruiser here. I had an absolutely amazing time. Already planning our next one. The Carnival team is welcoming, attentive, friendly, warm, and just amazing. From embarkation to debarkation, our experience was top-notch. Our cabin was clean and comfortable, showers so hot you have to be careful! Carnival has an attention to detail in everything they do. The food was very good. Our formal night boasted lobster tail and prime rib. Most employees knew us by name after the first night! There are so many activities on board for our 'at sea' days that we didn't even get to do half the things we wanted! I highly recommend this cruise, in fact, a friend of mine has now booked for September!
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Tampa, Florida
George Town, Grand Cayman
Cozumel, Mexico
Some of the people were a little hostile if you didn't buy from them, otherwise, the port is very pretty


The Paris restaurant has a few more choices than The Elation dining room and it's all you can eat. The service in Elation was second to none with very little wait time. Only complaint would be room service food is mediocre. Other than that, everything was amazing!!!

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