Carnival Spirit Cruise Review to Mexico

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2-3 cruises


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3 out of 5

Nice for a first cruise

Sail Date: November 15, 2006

Reviewed: 10 years ago

Traveled As: Family (young children)

Room Type: Inside

This was a nice cruise for the $$. We booked last minute and received a great deal.I would not pay more than $600 for this cruise if I had to book in advance. The shipboard activities were cheesy and not that interesting. There weren't any supportive services for infants age 7 months or babysitting and most of the excursions were not infant friendly. The buffet food was not that great, the only dining worth attending was main dining.

Pros: Poker Tables

Cons: No babysitting services for children 7 months old. Too much smoke

Recommends Carnival Spirit? Yes!

Children's Programs
NOthing for age groups 6months to 2 years. Very difficult to travel with a 7 month old.No babysitting services.
Ship Quality
Food and Dining
Service and Staff
Cabin and dining room staff were excellent. The pursers desk had an attitude and was not very helpful in resovling issues or mistakes.
There was entertainment every day and the times were good, two a night for both sets of diners. Quality, showmanship was lacking. The best acts on board were the late night adult comedy shows. the production shows were a step above a high school performance.
Cabin / Stateroom
Very large rooms and the bathrooms were very nice size.

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