Monarch of the Seas (RETIRED) 221 Cruise Review to Caribbean - Bahamas

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3 out of 5

relaxing and rejuvenating cruise

Sail Date: May 03, 2010

Reviewed: 7 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Oceanview

this was my 2nd time cruising and my boyfriends 1st. We found it very relaxing and enjoyed walking the decks and lounging at the pool. Our waiter was great, as were the new friends we met at our dinner seating - couldn't have put us with 8 other people that were so great. we enjoyed the port stops, and coco cay is great - what an oasis. wonderful time

Pros: pool lounge chairs

Cons: lack of snack food after 3pm

Recommends Monarch of the Seas (RETIRED) 221? Yes!

Food and Dining
breakfast and dinner were good, and the dinner waiter was fabulous. lacked good snacks after 3pm
loved the piano bar
Ship Quality
nice size, easy to navigate around
Cabin / Stateroom
very comfortable bed and room
Service and Staff
the staff was great - always someone around to answer a question or say hello and inquire if you were enjoying yourself or needed anything
Cococay (Cruiseline's Private Island)
a great place with brightly colored buildings. really felt like a special island. amazing that they bring all the food over from the ship and served a delicious lunch. would go back again
Don't Miss: iguanas
Nassau, Bahamas
Atlantis was interesting to see, the aquarium walls are spectacular.

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