Enchantment of the Seas Cruise Review to Caribbean - Western

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4-6 cruises

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5 out of 5

A fabulous and luxurious cruise

Sail Date: June 24, 2006

Reviewed: 6 years ago

Traveled As: Family (young children)

Room Type: Inside

We were so impressed with all the storage in the cabin. We felt there was plenty of cabin room and best of all were lucky enough to get connecting cabins with the kids. We felt pampered by the dining staff who tried to read our minds before we even sat down. We were grateful for the cool, restful colors of the ship and the many seating areas on every deck to relax and look outside the windows from inside. This was definitely a cruise to remember and just as wonderful as our other Royal Caribbean cruises. Enjoyed the indoor music playing all afternoon.

Pros: the ship was refurbished and looked new and plush

Cons: difficult to get seating in the Windjammer - lunch and breakfast

George Town, Grand Cayman
Turtles farm.
Don't Miss: Turtles Farm.
Ocho Rios, Jamaica
Dunns River a must-see. Not necessary to make 2 shopping stops, scenic drive may have been nicer.
Don't Miss: Dunns River
George Town, Grand Cayman
Turtles farm.
Don't Miss: Turtles Farm.
Ocho Rios, Jamaica
Dunns River a must-see. Not necessary to make 2 shopping stops, scenic drive may have been nicer.
Don't Miss: Dunns River


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