We just returned from the Mexican Riveria cruise. We were very disappointed. We have cruised with other cruise lines as well as NCL in the past. The stateroom needed a good scrub. The theaters and entertainment venues were too small to accomodate even 1/4 of the guests, forcing you to find other more costly entertainments, or go back to the cabin to watch TV, this we could do at home. There were only about 4 of the many restaurants that you could use without a cover charge and the menus were limited and the food was uninspired. The buffet was also disappointing, watered down juices and almost the same menu every day.
The only thing I was impressed with was the staff from Park West Gallery, they did a great job with the seminars and art auctions.
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