Enchantment of the Seas Cruise Review to Caribbean

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4-6 cruises


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3 out of 5

A Good Cruise - But Less Than Expected

Sail Date: May 07, 2009

Reviewed: 8 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Oceanview

Ship was clean and well maintained. Some procedures (check-in, muster drill, disembarkation) were significantly improved over prior cruises.

Temperatures inside the ship (especially our stateroom and the formal dining hall) were frequently too hot.

Formal dining meals had some great items (e.g. the garlic tart), but the food in general was not what we had come to expect on Royal Caribbean. The fare in the food court was ok, but tended toward bland tastes.

Staff we encountered were enthusiastic, hard working and friendly. However, we didn't see much staff in the lounges so it took a long time to order a drink.

Pros: Clean, well sized stateroom.

Cons: During dinner and in our stateroom, the temperature was uncomfortably hot. Dining Room meals had some delicious moments, but in general were not as good as we had come to expect from Royal Caribbean.

Recommends Enchantment of the Seas? No.

Food and Dining
See above
Cabin / Stateroom
Size and accommodations were good. Temperature was too hot.
Service and Staff
Friendly staff, but not readily available.
Entertaining, but not as good as previous cruises with you.
Ship Quality
Clean, well kept ship.

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