Splendor=Crowded. Done with Carnival?
Carnival Splendor Cruise Review to Mexico
Sail Date: July 10, 2011
Cabin Type: Balcony
Traveled As: Family (older children)
Reviewed: 6 years ago
Review SummaryAs a platinum guest, I did not feel special other than boarding. Platinum guests should have priority boarding at ports-not just getting off which by the way, no one tells you how to get off at ports...
I found this Carnival cruise to have the least appetizing food for dinner. The tastes were bland and the selections were boring, and almost the same as the other Carnival cruises. Even the Grand Marnier Souffle was tasteless-no orange or sweet taste at all. The Escargot barely tasted of garlic. The ship's layout is designer poorly when trying to get to and from the dining room as the third and 4th floor do not go thru and you must go up or down to get anywhere.
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Don't Miss: Medano Beach
Pros: Spa room decor was nice as was the SPA(for members)
Cons: Dinner food in the dining room, crowds everywhere, too many people and lines.