Majesty of the Seas Cruise Review to Caribbean - Bahamas

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4-6 cruises

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5 out of 5

Majesty of the Seas Cruise to the Bahamas

Sail Date: May 18, 2015

Reviewed: 1 year ago

Traveled As: Family (young children)

Room Type: Inside

The Majesty of the Seas is not huge (as cruise ships go) but it has everything we needed. Our formal dining experiences in the Moonlight Dining room were fantastic. The dining staff was very professional and treated us like kings and queens for formal dinners. We also enjoyed the Windjammer cafe for informal buffets. This was a constant hangout for us between activities. The stateroom staff was very kind and helpful and kept our rooms (we had two staterooms) made up constantly. We enjoyed Nassau, Cococay and Key West and had a lot of time to explore on our own. We had our own private dining room table for four which was exactly what we wanted, but we don't remember being offered this when we booked the trip originally on American Airline Cruises. I think this is something that should be offered on the AA Cruise website. We thought this was an excellent cruise experience.

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Ship Quality
Majesty of the Seas is large but not huge. If you're looking for the largest cruise ships from Royal Caribbean, this is not it.
Food and Dining
Formal dining in the Moonlight Dining Room was fantastic. The waiter staff was kind and friendly to our family.
Service and Staff
Stateroom staff was kind and friendly and kep our room clean and made up.
Entertainment
Entertainment was only so so on Majesty of the Seas. We enjoyed the song and dance production on the last evening and the juggler show, but didn't think too much of the "adult standup". It got old after a couple minutes of F-bombs!
Onboard Activities
We enjoyed the bingo, the family feud game, karaoke game and so on. We found these very entertaining.
Destinations and Excursions
Destinations were great. We enjoyed our time mostly exploring on our own.
Cabin / Stateroom
Stateroom staff was kind and helpful. They kept our room clean and made up.

Tip

The Wind Jammer cafe didn't stay open for informal meals all the time, although the pizza bar (one level above the Wind Jammer) stayed open later for that last lemonade or coffee before bed.



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