Jewel of the Seas Cruise Review to Bermuda

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4 out of 5

Doing it again!

Sail Date: August 01, 2009

Reviewed: 6 years ago

I thought the ship was one of the nicest we have ever cruised on. The size was perfect - not too big, not too small. We always love sailing on Royal Caribbean's Radiance class ships as they truly are the most beauitful at sea. Lots of glass, open space, elegant atmosphere and beautiful dining room. We went to Bermuda on this ship last year and are going again this year - but it's a lot less than we paid less year. But isn't everything these days?! Last year it was cool sailing from Boston but sunny and warm - almost hot on the last day sailing back. It's nice that we only had to take 2 days out of work - kind of like a nice, quick long weekend getaway.

Pros: Size and beauty of the ship

Cons: Not docking in Bermuda

Recommends Jewel of the Seas? Yes!

Food and Dining
Food was ok - not the best but we find that Royal Caribean in general doesn't have great food. The steakhouse was great. Dining room was just okay but we liked being able to go at just anytime. The buffet restaurant was better.
Cabin / Stateroom
Room was clean but rather small. This year we are going to get a balcony so hope that will make a difference.
Ship Quality
Very clean and we love the public areas - very classy ship
Service and Staff
Entertainment


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