Enchantment of the Seas Cruise Review to Caribbean - Bahamas

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5 out of 5

First time cruiser

Sail Date: October 30, 2015

Reviewed: 1 year ago

Traveled As: Large Group

Room Type: Oceanview

The. Raise was awesome. No sea sickness or anything. The room was more than large enough, although we had a handicap accessible room. Our stateroom attendant was a perfect 10. Everyone we left the room, when we came back it was made up all over again with a different animal on the bed made out of towels. We will definitely be a loyal Royal Caribbean traveler. The food was hood. Only wish there were more restaurants on board.

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Our attendant went above and beyond to be sure we had everything we needed. He even laid out some of our clothes that we had sitting to the side to wear
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No RB music
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Port Canaveral, Florida
Lots of walking
Nassau, Bahamas
Take the limousine tour with Sydney. He will take touch to a cheaper area than that high priced straw market.


The Bolero is the place to be for nice caribbean atmosphere in the night life. The windjammer has the better food. More to chose from and hot. The elevators stay crowed at the beginning so just chill for a minute to let the crowd go.

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