Carnival Pride Cruise Review to Mexico

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2-3 cruises


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4 out of 5

Very satisfying

Sail Date: February 18, 2007

Reviewed: 10 years ago

Traveled As: Family (young children)

Room Type: Balcony

When i first saw that we were going to be on a huge ship i was disappointed, but it turned out to be wonderful, just more space and more of everything, and it never felt crowded.

Pros: The food was great

Cons: our balcony cabin was a bit smaller than we expected

Recommends Carnival Pride? Yes!

Cabin / Stateroom
we should have gone for a larger room, not enough room for 2 parents, a teen and a toddler in ours.
Service and Staff
my wife had a run-in with a grumpy bartender the first night, but the ship's staff took care of it and it had no impact on our overall vacation.
Children's Programs
our teen is just a little too young for the true teen stuff, but too old for the kids' stuff which made it tough, but she had a great time anyway.
Ship Quality
lots of room, plenty of space, clean, new, very very nice.
Food and Dining
we had a toddler, so didn't eat in themain dining room, but the memrmaid grill and room service more than made up for it, i gained too much weight. David's supper club was excellent as well.
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
clean, quaint, nice
Mazatlan, Mexico
nice beach and easy access
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
understandibly short stay, very scenic

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