The Enchantment of the Seas was a beautiful ship and very clean. They had a pool called the Solarium that was like a Roman bath. The water was salt water and very refreshing. The glass roof could move away so the pool was outside but in cooler weather if closed to keep it warm. This was my favorite spot on the ship. No children were allowed in this area. The big outside pool was noisy with lots of music that I am sure someone else would like. I enjoyed the jogging track on Deck 10. It was a 1/4 mile once around. Overall this was a wonderful trip. My husband found the internet expensive and very slow. There was an internet lounge to get internet but not enough plugs for laptops.
Food and Dining
5 out of 5
The Windjammer cafe was perfect for eating quickly to enjoy more of the beach. My Fair Lady dining room was elegant but too large so there was a lot of noise at dinner. For lunch and breakfast the dining room was a pleasant volume. At dinner I felt we were smushed together to accomodate all the tables. The quality of the food and service were tremendous.
3 out of 5
There was plenty to do. We went to trivia and had fun and it was challangeing. The dnce lessons ere too easy for us. The big shows were well done but I felt they had been cleaned up for children. The classical music in the main lobby was beautiful, both classical guitar and another group was violin and piano. The schedule was fine.
Service and Staff
5 out of 5
T he staff was friendly and fun. The staff was definitely well trained. We did not require any extra services.
5 out of 5
The ship was extremely clean, the public areas were pretty and kept with the nautical theme.
Cabin / Stateroom
3 out of 5
Overall, very clean and well maintained. The room steward made towel folded animals each night. It wsa difficult to walk around the bed to get to the bathroom. Once we unpacked and put our suitcases in the closet there was not much room. The room had nice wall sconces and it was well lit. I liked the wall switch by the bed to turn off the over head lights. This was an inside room. I have cruised before and I thought the room was a little small.
Horseshoe beach was outstanding. There was a step climb back to the top but iff you are not hardy they had a mini van that would drive you to the top for $2! Hamilton was a cute little town with some shopping. The water taxis were on strike but when we arrive the ship said they would run just to Hamilton and the ship. We took the bus to the beach and thne then the bus to Hamilton. We were hoping to take the water taxi back to the ship but there was sign stating 4pm and then 7:30Pm was the nest one. Hmmm we thought, does the toen want us to stay for dinner as opposed to eating at the ship. If the water taxis had run we would have gone to St. Georges, everyone said it was great. On our 1/2 day, the next, day my husband swamm with the dolfins and he really liked this. I explored the dock yard. I wish I has done the Maritime Museum and snorkel in a shipwreck. The island of Bermuda was very clean and easy to get around on the buses.
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