Carnival Spirit Cruise Review to Mexico

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2-3 cruises

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4 out of 5

Awesome experience!

Sail Date: December 19, 2010

Reviewed: 5 years ago

Traveled As: Family (older children)

Room Type: Balcony

This was a very enjoyable cruise. Again Carnival has the best staff and service! Our cabin was always maintained and the wait staff ot our 8:15pm seating were amazing. The Maitred was very enjoyable and approachable making every night at dinner an upbeat experience.

Pros: The food was delicious but what made this a standout cruise was the outstanding service! We have been on other cruise lines but carnival has by far the best service and staff!

Cons: The cruise director was at times annoying and the entertainment was just alright.

Recommends Carnival Spirit? Yes!

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Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
This was a beautiful port! Had a great time at Cabo Wabo!
La Paz, Mexico
The port was very depressing and univiting. I did not get off but my family did. They said it was not enjoyable.
Mazatlan, Mexico
Once again a very depressing port. We did go to rock island and there were locals that approached us on the beach every 5 minutes. There were soliders walking around with machine guns near the port. There was again nothing enjoyable about this port.


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