Outstanding Short Cruise

Monarch of the Seas Cruise Review to Mexico


Contributor Level: Deck Hand
Experience: 4-6 cruises
Reviews: 0
Helpful Votes: 0

Overall Rating:

4.0 out of 5
Sail Date: September 01, 2007
Ship: Monarch of the Seas
Cabin Type: Oceanview
Traveled As: Couple
Reviewed: 10 years ago
This is a ship that makes two cruises a week to Mexico, and in spite of that operating tempo maintains an older ship in extremely clean and pleasant to the eye condition. This ship is far more hospitable than her larger conterparts. Service is the key word on this ship. A passenger could want for nothing.

Food and Dining

5 out of 5
This ship far surpasses any other ship in the Royal Caribbean fleet as to dining. The variety of food available, the service, the entertaining waiters, made it a pleasure to dine aboard this ship.

Entertainment

3 out of 5

Children's Programs

3 out of 5

Service and Staff

5 out of 5
All personnel aboard were outstanding. The personnel aboard this ship knew who they worked for and went out of thier way to please the passengers.

Ship Quality

3 out of 5
For a small ship by comparison these days her lay out was very good and it was easy to get around on the ship.

Cabin / Stateroom

3 out of 5
State rooms were a little small, but the service in the staterooms was excellent.

Pros: Variety of Food

Cons: Small Cabins

Recommends Monarch of the Seas? Yes!

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