Norwegian Dream (RETIRED) Cruise Review to Bermuda

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4-6 cruises


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3 out of 5

Freestyle Dining may not be for everyone

Sail Date: May 18, 2008

Reviewed: 8 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Inside

Menu selections limited. average age group for guests was 65+ followed by the 45+ age group. Entertainment provided no music from 1980 or later.

Pros: Clean ship

Cons: Food

Recommends Norwegian Dream (RETIRED)? No.

Food and Dining
If you want gourmet food with no option for a plain piece of chicken or even a steak then fine. If you want a regular salad with more than just 2 choices for salad dressing then fine. If you want pizza, a hamburger, nachos or other rgular items such as mashed potatos or even a baked potato then please cruise Carnival.
Service and Staff
Room stewards wonderful but other staff made you feel like you were interupting their day.
If you are over 65 then great. if between the ages of 20-45 then no and if between 45 and 65 moderate selections. This was not a Carnival cruise with entertainment options.
Ship Quality
Very clean but access to all floors via the elevators not availaible. Either steps for the 12 decks or walk from one end of the ship to the other for an elevator with no reference points.
Cabin / Stateroom
Clean new rooms.
St. George's, Bermuda
Due to weather we docked in Hamilton and the mjaority of excursions were cancelled with no alternatives.

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