Carnival Pride Cruise Review to Caribbean - Bahamas

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5 out of 5


Sail Date: October 01, 2009

Reviewed: 6 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Balcony

The Carnival Pride was beautiful. Very well kept - I don't think we ever saw any trash anywhere. Everything was spotless. Our cabin (balcony #5232) had somewhat of an obstructed view (which was explained to me at time of booking) was wonderful. We didn't mind looking over the lifeboat to see the ocean. Our steward kept our room very clean and provided ice each day (which we didn't find out until tuesday!)

Pros: We loved the food & our waiters, Deide & Felix; enjoyed the post-dinner dining room shows by the waiters; it was so relaxing; enjoyed our time in Freeport, not so much in Nassau (tourist trap).

Cons: We didn't like walking through cigarette smoke to the gym; Was hoping for fresh pineapple (I know, silly!)

Recommends Carnival Pride? Yes!

Cabin / Stateroom
We found our stateroom to be more roomy than expected. The shower was very small but adequate and we LOVED the shower head and faucets. We actually would love to install one at home.
Service and Staff
We went to relax and spend time together as a couple. THe shows we saw were very good when we went to them.
Food and Dining
If we could give the food 10 smiley faces we would. Our waiters were fantastic. We did not have any food that wasn't excellently prepared and presented.
Ship Quality

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