Ship: Radisson Diamond (RETIRED) Reviewed: 7 years ago
Wonderful cruise line, if you have extra money, this is the cruise line to spend it on. Yes, Radisson is quite expensive compared to the main stream cruise lines, but remember all the gratuities are paid for, including duall the wine you can drink during meals and a stocked soft bar in your room (beer and wine one time set up in the beginning of the cruise). Sorry, the Radisson Diamond is not a ship for kids (no kids program or arcade). We are in our late 20s did see a lot of retired people, but to our surprise there were quite a few young couples like us on board. The room is really roomy(we have a sitting room). Our room, 834, is right in front of the entryway. Highly recommended for people who don't want to walk down a long corridor to get to their room. It wasn't noisy at all. The bathtub ceiling is too low, though (anyone above 6' will hit their head). The food was very good in the Grand Dining Room and Don Vitto's restaurant is highly recommended. Suggest getting breakfast in your room. The food arrives hotter and they will set the table for you with tablecloth, napkin and silverware before the deliverer leaves.
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