4.66 / 5 based on 6,849 Reviews
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- "Overall, all the cruise lines are more or less the same, so you have got to look for the reward program - those perks you don't want to miss!" in 22 reviews
- "this was the first cruise I went on with the whole family and we had the best time there was so much to do and the children had a lot to keep them busy it was fantastic" in 18 reviews
- "I've been going on cruises yearly, and I have to say, Royal Caribbean is probably the best cruise line I've ever sailed with!" in 14 reviews
- "there is always something to do, the staff rocks and if you get involved with activities you will have the time of your life the ports and excursions are amazing as well " in 10 reviews
- "Between the amazing service, the food, the incredibly fun excursions, and dining company - I've never had so much fun on a vacation." in 10 reviews
Royal Caribbean is my go to cruising company. Their fleet of ships is very large and they travel to many destinations around the world. I always know I will be in good hands woth Royal Caribbean. I think their food and entertainment options on board offers a little bit for everyone!
Ok, first off, the food! Amazing! Great food and entertainment. My husband has points with this company and we don't cruise unless it's with Royal Caribbean! The ships are spacious, and so are the rooms! I would recommend this to anyone looking to relax and have a great time!
I cruised Royal Caribbean about 8 years ago and enjoyed myself. The boat we were on was small and a bit out dated in decoration but none the less still a nice experience. I want to cruise longer next time.
Went to a 5 day 4 night trip to the Bahamas and key west. Royal Caribbean was amazing! The food was really good and all the employees were extremely helpful and friendly. The ship was modern and clean and the events they put on were so much fun. Couldn’t have asked for a better trip.
You can't give 1/2 star ratings or it would be 3 1/2 stars. I just went on my first RCCL cruise which was a 7 night Italy, Turkey, Greece and Croatia itinerary. This was my 11th cruise having cruised previously with Oceania, NCl, Princess and DCL. I loved the ports we visited and I never feared for my safety (number one priority for me) either on or off the ship at any time, but I found the boat to be very outdated and several areas were not what I would consider clean. The cruise was chosen for the itinerary only so I didn't have high expectations. It I found myself disappointed with many areas that cruising is supposed to be all about: food, entertainment, relaxation. Food was barely mediocre and I often was hungry with very few options available. The sound system in the masquerade theatre was obviously broken as the poor performers had periods of feedback, balance being off, cracks and other issues. The spa was lackluster and the cost was more than industry standard. Back to Disney!
It was a decent cruise experience, we sailed on a smaller, older ship that hadn't been maintained as well as I expect the newer, bigger ships to be. Overall, the food was just okay, nothing that totally wowed us. I would be willing to give RC another chance but on a different ship.
What an experience! I truly think that I will and always go for the Royal Caribbean Cruises for the rest of my traveling career. I have been on 3 cruises through them, and have had an exceptional experience every-time. If you have the opportunity, go royal and you will not regret it!
The cruise was amazing. The ship was very well cleaned and maintained, the staff was always super nice to everyone and willing to make you feed comfortable. I wish the trip had lasted longer and would recommend to all my friends that going on a cruise is a experience they must have.
The Oasis of the Seas had many activities that kept my family entertained the entire trip. We were in a suite and only had dinner in the Coastal Kitchen, but it was really good food. The kids club was okay but my 9 year old did not want to be in it. Overall, it was a great vacation.
A very good cruise line, with lots to do on board for lots of different kinds of people. It's like a floating city, and there are constant activities for all at all times. Pre-paid food was so-so, but the restaurants for which you pay a premium are excellent, and well worth it.
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