Carnival Splendor Cruise Review to Mexico
Sail Date: November 13, 2011
Ship: Carnival Splendor
Cabin Type: Balcony
Traveled As: Couple
Reviewed: 6 years ago
There were only stairs in the grand theater. No ramps and no handicapped seating. Walk ways were barely adequate for a standard sized walker. The state room doorway was to narrow for a standard sized walker unless it was collapsed. There were a lot of dead ends in the ship hallways. Some decks didn't go all the way from aft to bow and required several elevator rides to get from point to point. It would have been nice if the staff would have told the able bodied guests to use the stairs as much as possible to make the elevators more accessible for the disabled guests. This is not a disability friendly ship.
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Don't Miss: A bus tour of the country side would be the best, or a whale tour.
Don't Miss: A bus tour of the country side would be nice as well. There is lots of vegetation.
Pros: The food was great. The room was accomodating and user friendly, except the stateroom door did not accomodate a regular sized walker.
Cons: They didn't serve crab legs. The ship was not very ADA friendly, neither were the guests.