Carnival Splendor Cruise Review to U.S. - Pacific, Northwest

Deck Hand

4-6 cruises


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5 out of 5

Fantastic Cruise!!!!

Sail Date: May 31, 2009

Reviewed: 6 years ago

Traveled As: Family w/older children

Room Type: Inside

Carnival Splendor Cruise was awesome! Our family got the "Spa" rooms which was the biggest highlight of the cruise. With this room we were able to use the Spa facilities throughout the whole cruise without being charged extra. The Spa is amazing, beautiful, has many therapy rooms to enjoy, and was very very relaxing. We had our own elevator with special entrance to the Spa and could literally get into the spa in about 3 minutes from our room. They had soft robes, slippers, and towels for us to use.

Pros: The Spa!! Food, staff, amenities, activities!

Cons: The entertainment in the Theater

Recommends Carnival Splendor? Yes!

Vancouver (Canada Place), British Columbia
Best day! Went to Capalina Bridge and Grouse Mountain. Highly recommend the zip line tour on Grouse mountain. Vancouver was beautiful. Wish we would have had more time. Lots to see and do.
Victoria, British Columbia
A must see but don't go on a whale watching tour if you want to see whales. There were none. An expensive boat ride.
Astoria, Oregon
Long lines and not much to do or see. Waited an hour for a trolley. They packed so many people in the trolley that you couldn't see any thing. It would have been a cute ride if everyone was sitting down.

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