Mariner of the Seas Cruise Review to Mexico

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5 out of 5

Best week of my life

Sail Date: August 01, 2010

Reviewed: 6 years ago

Room Type: Inside

The largest most beautiful ship ever. Great food and great shows and activities. There is so much to do.

Pros: Family time, sitting down together for all meals

Cons: Wish the cruise was longer

Recommends Mariner of the Seas? Yes!

Ship Quality
Absolutely beautiful
Food and Dining
Amazing food and service
Cabin / Stateroom
Stateroom was cleaned several times per day, it was immaculate
Service and Staff
We were treated like royalty
Great shows, large variety. Super activities from swimming to ice skating to mini-golf to rock wall climbing
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
Go to travel agency right outside the Port and pay $40pp for the greatest day of snorkeling, super boat ride with sandwiches and drinks included. The boat was "Bubu's Toy". They take you to a beautiful secluded cove in Yelapa for lunch and a horse back ride to the waterfall. (Horse was $20pp extra, but worth it. Best day ashore ever.
Don't Miss: Boat called "Bubu's Toy" for snorkeling and lunch in Yelapa
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
Take a water taxi to Club Cascadas and request a "Day pass". Beautiful pools with swim up bars, beach front restaurant
Don't Miss: Sea-dooing
Mazatlan, Mexico
A wasted day listening to time share info at El Cid, tiny beach area with lots of vendors that are relentless

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