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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
I've now been on 3 cruises and counting (2 Caribbean and 1 Alaskan). The staff are always so friendly and they work extremely hard. The food is nothing short of delicious. You will never be bored on their cruises for their daily itineraries are always chalk-full of things to do. On days when you are in port, they assist with booking excursions (which should always be done well in advance to ensure you get to do what you want, they do sell out). They are forever improving their fleet and will always be the line I choose to cruise with.
Royal Caribbean Cruises are amazing . Customer service was awesome, they help you find your way around and just there to answer all questions. It’s all inclusive so free food and non alcoholic drinks. 24/7 room service, well not sure if they still do that. I cruised back in 2014. I definitely recommend and completely satisfied.
I have been on 3 cruises with Royal Caribbean and they do a great job taking care of their guests. Everyone is very friendly and most people speak more than one language. The only thing that I have noticed is that their service tends to be better on the smaller ships because there are less people and not as much going on.
Royal Caribbean cruises are very adult-friendly, not so much kid-friendly. There aren't many children activities, but there is an abundance of adult fun and clean entertainment! The staterooms are a bit small, but the staff is very accommodating and caters to your every need! I cruised with them to Nassau, The Bahamas and a private Royal Caribbean island! The private island is definitely worth the cruise!
My husband and I took a cruise from Seattle to Alaska and it was beautiful. The staff and customer service we were given completely surpassed any other cruise ship experiences we’ve had. The boat we were in was absolutely beautiful and the food was to die for. Great alcoholic drink and wine selections. The private dinner and wine tasting with the chef was one of my favorite things. Their selection of excursions was also pretty amazing. My husband and I got to do so many things while in Alaska and Canada. The staff was very knowledgeable and were always able to direct us to the best locations. Simply put... this cruise was amazing!
Love Royal Caribbean. They have so much for the family to do. From roller skating, theater, to a park and a pool for babies to swim in. The pool is a huge thing for us. Carnival and other cruise lines don't allow babies in their pools if they have swimmer diapers. Highly recommend this cruise line if you have small kids.
This cruise was super fun! We went on Christmas break and spent Christmas day on the boat! They did great at creating an atmosphere of cheery holiday fun. There was a good amount of activities on board and shops to visit. They even had a kids zone. I thoroughly enjoyed the pool and free ice cream offered every day. The locations we visited were a bunch of fun and had many things to explore.
This is the second cruise line we have taken and it was hands down our favorite. The staff was friendly and more importantly my daughters had a blast. The only negative was the kids club had all the kids stuff combined and most of the kids were significantly younger than my kids and they didn't like that.
There is so much to do on this cruise. Make sure when you first go, look at the activities and get your tickets in advance for the shows. Some shows don’t have tickets left if it’s popular. They have a lot of different foods you can try. You can hook your debit card up to the card that is connected to your room to pay for items you want on board. Be mindful of your spending because you can rack up a bill in no time. Also they give out a itinerary everyday so that you can know what’s happening on the ship. Take a look at that, so that you can plan out your day. It was truly the best cruise I’ve been on.
The quality of your trip definitely depends on where you travel. I've been on three Royal Caribbean cruises in the recent past: Alaska, Mediterranean, and Caribbean. The Alaska and Mediterranean ones were stellar! Just awesome trips. The staff was great, the boat was clean, the activities were fun. However, the trip to the Caribbean was less than perfect. The boat was dirty. The staff wasn't all that patient. It was definitely a way different experience. I don't think I will ever take a Royal Caribbean cruise to any tropical islands again. I will use them for trips in Europe and Alaska again, however.
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