Carnival Pride Cruise Review to Caribbean - Eastern

Contributor Level: Purser

4-6 cruises


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2 out of 5

Hurricane Matthew

Sail Date: October 02, 2016

Reviewed: 8 months ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Balcony

The best part of our cruise was our state room which was very roomy and we found the shower to be spacious and comfortable.  Our steward, Made, was excellent!!  Our dining room experience was great because we had Elvis and Dorel serving us.  They were courteous and made sure we were happy.  However, we found the food on the ship not up to par.  Food was usually lukewarm when served.  The fact that you could not find a trash can anywhere other than the restrooms was frustrating.  We felt that the onboard credits were not enough based on where we were told we were going and what we ultimately received by staying in New York for 2 days.  As Maryland residents it would cost us a lot less money to visit the New York than over $2000.00.  I understand the cruise lines with keeping passengers safe but felt the cruise should have cancelled and our money returned.  We only chose to stay on the cruise because we thought we would be visiting St. John.

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Our steward, Made, was wonderful. He was always there asking if there was anything we needed and kept our cabin impeccable. We appreciate all his hard work!
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