Norwegian Epic Cruise Review to Caribbean - Western

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3 out of 5

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Sail Date: March 02, 2014

Reviewed: 2 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Balcony

Cabin: GTY

We did not like the cabin with balcony we have received, cabin #12001, because the view of this cabin is very limited and just in front of a camera. Also the design of the cabin is not so good considering the bed is attached to the w.c.

 

As a general comment, we do not like that on board there is a too huge waste of food and nothing is done to prevent it or to remind passengers as this is usually done for instance for water and towels.

 

Also servants take away dishes full of food too fast to be added to trash: this happened at the buffet every time we did not pay attention or left our table to pick up something.

Also at the main restaurant. For instance every table received a full basket of bread, 5-6 peaces of bread. People generally do not consume more then 1 peace, the rest was thrown away. On some other cruise liners bread is offered and passengers choose just what they consume.

 

 

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Tip

Alas the cabins with balcony are 50% bad because 50% of cabins with balcony have the bed attached to the w.c.



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