Next time I will book Disney. These cruises are not all inclusive. Watch for staggering hidden costs.
Review SummaryNext time I will cruise with Disney. Royal Caribbean markets their cruises for as little as $289 per person. What they don't tell you is all the extras they add drives the price of the cruise up to a ridiculous price. For example if you want soft drinks you must buy a drink package. If you want photos you must pay an extra $180 per cabin. It gets costly. The cruises are not all inclusive. And the on board credit they promise you will not be given to you. When they promise onboard credits it is a lie.
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We were promised a $25 ship credit for each cabin. We had four cabins and no one got their $25 ship credit. It is a small amount but the fact that we were misled was frustrating. Don;t buy the photo package. They charged my son $180 for the photo package and then after we were on board he was told teh photo package was $180 per cabin and to get all his photos he would have to pay $720. They refused to make good on this and refused to honor the ship credit.