Monarch of the Seas (RETIRED) Cruise Review to Mexico

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7+ cruises

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2

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3 out of 5

Weekend Getaway

Sail Date: February 08, 2008

Reviewed: 6 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Inside

The ship lacks the "sparkle" that most Royal Caribbean ships present. It is a "party hard" ship, catering to lots of young groups (fraternity and office party groups). There were numerous very loud and intoxicated revelers in the hallways and elevators. The food was only average, with no prime rib or lobster offered in the dining rooms. As a quick weekend getaway, it was fine, but not for a truly special or memorable holiday experience.

Pros: The chance to escape and just get away for the weekend

Cons: The ship is quite

Recommends Monarch of the Seas (RETIRED)? No.

Ensenada, Mexico
Ensenada has little to offer. The holiday is really the ship itself. We decided not to leave the ship while it was in port this time.
Don't Miss: Stay on board!
Ensenada, Mexico
Ensenada has little to offer. The holiday is really the ship itself. We decided not to leave the ship while it was in port this time.
Don't Miss: Stay on board!


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