Rhapsody of the Seas Cruise Review to South Pacific - Australia

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1 out of 5

Definitely not for the disabled.

Sail Date: March 01, 2011

Reviewed: 5 years ago

Traveled As: Family w/older children

Room Type: Inside

The ship is older, but well maintained. Our stateroom was extremely small for three adults. Most of the staff were courteous. I am disabled so shore excursiosn, embarking and disembarking were extremely challenging, especially the enormously long lines and jostling from impatient passengers. Be prepared to stand a while.

Pros: Wait staff in the formal dining room and our cabin attendants.

Cons: Food in the Windjammer Cafe, excursions and staff, stateroom

Recommends Rhapsody of the Seas? No.

Cabin / Stateroom
140 sq feet for three people results in a very tiny stateroom. The decor, amenities, condition and location are satisfactory.
Ship Quality
Very nice, but dated. Some areas are not very accessible.
Food and Dining
Food service in the dining room is excellent; however, that is not the case with the Windjammer Cafe where the quality was mediocre.
Service and Staff
Most of the staff were friendly and willing to help.

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