Big Ship, but Bad Food
Voyager of the Seas Cruise Review to Caribbean - Western
Sail Date: December 10, 2011
Ship: Voyager of the Seas
Cabin Type: Balcony
Traveled As: Couple
Reviewed: 6 years ago
Recommend this ship if you worry about motion sickness on board. This Voyager of the Seas does not give you motion sickness at all.
It is big, so expect there is a huge crowd if you want to use elevator.
Food on board was ok. Every day they serve the same food. I think the only good food I got was a lobster meal on the 2nd to last night of the cruise.
You rarely see waiters smile.
Great spa service with sauna and steam rooms, but guess what? No comb or Qtips in the shower room.
Men's rooms smell.
The whole time I felt like I was on board, and that's all the cruise staff care. It's like "OK, I got your paid fare. Enjoy your stay. You're on your own".
Our Queen bed was a combine of 2 twin beds. When my wife and I lie in the middle of the bed, we got back pain in the morning.
Booked cruise with a promising promotion of 2 coupon booklets to spend on board. We received NONE. UNBELIEVABLE!
Not many activities to do on board.
Need to pay to rent movie. I wish this is FREE as I got from other cruise line.
TV has very limitted channels. There were like at least 3 versions of E! channel in 3 different language.
There was a channel that just displayed a plush bear for several days. I don't know what that purpose was.
There was a channel that talked about excursions, but everyday it just talked about excursions for all islands. It should know which islands the ship already passed by and stopped talking about excursions for that particular islands because it takes forever to wait for the right excursions to come up.
Food and Dining
Service and Staff
Cabin / Stateroom
Pros: Big Ship, so no motion sickness at all
Cons: food and waiters do not smile