672 Norwegian Jewel Tips

bookteacher

Nov 08, 2014

Every dining venue was noisy, noisy, noisy. Tsar's and Azura's Restaurants were worse than the Garden Cafe for noise and poor food. Ate many meals at O'Sheehan's Pub but their menu is tiny. The other dining choices (Cagney's, Chin Chin, etc) have very unexciting menu.

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judystuckey

Nov 17, 2014

Beverage packages did not allow for 2 different preferences and assumed both people had to drink. We paid corking fee for wine brought on board, but did not like carrying a bottle of wine around. A pre-purchased wine package would be appropriate.

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ricardoassonet

Nov 18, 2014

Buffet was always crowded. Difficulty in finding seats. We had to have someone in our party look for a table and sit there so the others go get their food. It seemed so disorganized. Overall, it appeared that the waiters were not trained well.

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mlward6544

Nov 28, 2014

I recommend using room service if you wish to eat on your balcony. Tried both breakfast (daily) and lunch one day I wasn't feeling so great. The chicken noodle soup perked me right up. I loved the elevated seating in the Stardust Theater.

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laurendafaucett

Dec 02, 2014

There was a library and game room - great for rainy days or something different to do. SPA was not worth a spa pass.

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heyhap

Jun 16, 2015

When on the Jewel, take a trip around the ship to see the beauty of it, enjoy all of the great food served in each dining area, be sure and see all of the great entertainment they have aboard the ship, and last not least take any many excursion's as possible and take in the full beauty of Alaska.

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16cruiser

Jan 13, 2015

I've had both inside and outside staterooms, and since we spend so little time in the stateroom except for sleeping an inside is just fine, is less expensive, and stays dark to let you sleep in which we did a lot!

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kelly529

Jan 14, 2015

Always get a room with a balcony. In fact I’d say, if you don’t get a balcony, don’t go. Although there are places to hang out on board where you can sit and watch the sea and land go by unmolested, it’s just not as pleasant, in our estimation, having other around while you do.

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terrastembridge

Jun 15, 2015

I did like the fact that the didn't hound you to purchase pictures. There were several times we met a photographer who wanted to take our pic with some character or other, but we always declined and they were always respectful of that.

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