Jewel of the Seas Cruise Review to Bermuda

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5 out of 5

Another "royal" cruise on a "jewel"

Sail Date: October 23, 2008

Reviewed: 6 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Balcony

Our cabin was delightful-balcony privacy was indeed the best. Public rooms were utilized most of the time for passenger entertainment. We are suburban Boston residents and the ease of embarking through Boston terminal was sooo easily done with RC's diligent staff, we were surprised and well served. Thank you. Jewel is a grand ship with accommodations for all types of interests. We cannot speak more highly for Russell, table 421 in dining room, Sutar, cabin 7134, Talat, table 421 in dining room as well as all
the kind servers in Windjammer. We were taken care of "royally" by everyone we came in contact with on the ship. Our dining companions were so enjoyable to meet that we were at our dining table each night-having a happy time. Shopping area a bit cramped most of the time-didn't spend too much of our time there. Photo people were not intrusive as on other ships.

Pros: The top notch crew and tasteful food

Cons: disembarking for port visit or tours-own tenders give better service

Recommends Jewel of the Seas? Yes!

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King's Wharf, Bermuda
Downtown Hamilton- where you are taken by ferry is under a large contruction process and is not easily traveled on foot. We expected to spend our time in this area and found it hard to walk through the construction barriers. Hopefully it will be more welcoming in the near future. As far as Kingn's Wharf, we are seniors and only took the free shuttle ride to the few attractions nearby the ship. We were not impressed by the offerings.
King's Wharf, Bermuda
Downtown Hamilton- where you are taken by ferry is under a large contruction process and is not easily traveled on foot. We expected to spend our time in this area and found it hard to walk through the construction barriers. Hopefully it will be more welcoming in the near future. As far as Kingn's Wharf, we are seniors and only took the free shuttle ride to the few attractions nearby the ship. We were not impressed by the offerings.


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