Grandeur of the Seas Cruise Review to Bermuda

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3 out of 5

fairly good cruise

Sail Date: June 07, 2008

Reviewed: 8 years ago

Traveled As: Large Group

Room Type: Inside

Not as good as Brilliance overall. Dining room menu not as good (no lobster, no baked Alaska) our medium and mediun well Angus steaks were well-well done and dry,entertainment not as good. The buffet items not as varied as Brilliance of the seas. Pork or lamb was always at the carving station.Att lunch the only choices to drink besides coffee and tea were lemonade and water. When I asked about apple juice or something besides lemonade I was told apple juice was only for breakfast. The last morning at breakfast service was poor and coffee was available only after long waits.

Pros: room was kept in good order

Cons: entertainment and buffet were below average

Recommends Grandeur of the Seas? Yes!

Entertainment
The first comic was good, but only given a few minutes to give is show after overly long talk by the cruise director.
Ship Quality
Food and Dining
Service and Staff
Children's Programs
Cabin / Stateroom
Only thing wrong was no shower cap, lotion etc. which other ships normally have
King's Wharf, Bermuda
The maritime museum was great, we spent hours there. The ships shore based evening show was poor.
Don't Miss: Maritime museum


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