Grandeur of the Seas Review – Royal Caribbean International Cruise Line

By | August 4, 2010
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Reviews of Grandeur of the Seas This majestic, 2,446-guest ship comes equipped with a full-service spa, six whirlpools, an outdoor jogging track and a seemingly endless choice of bars and restaurants.

The Grandeur of the Seas is a Vision class of cruise ships, RCCL’s most well-traveled class. These ships were designed to go almost anywhere. While adults can enjoy the relaxing surroundings of our Solarium or our state-of-the-art Day Spa and Fitness Center, kids can have the time of their lives with our Adventure Ocean® Youth Program.

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  1. The Chambers Family
    Embarkation 55555
    Public Areas 44444
    Stateroom/Cabin 55555
    Staff 55555
    Formal Dining Food 44444
    Buffet Food 44444
    Room Service Food 55555
    Children’s Programs 55555
    Entertainment 55555
    Spa & Fitness 55555
    Shore Excursions 55555
    Cruise Value 44444
    Debarkation 55555

    Itinerary: Western Caribbean

    Cabin Type: Category K

    Be Sure to Try: The shows were all excellent. Don’t miss the scavenger hunt for adults.

    General Tips: This ship looked to me like it needed refurbishing, but nothing major stood out. The ship’s rather small, which was fine. Don’t go during Mardis Gras!

    Dollarless Tips: Book early. This ship leaves out of New Orleans, so is easier to drive to than the Florida cruises, so this saved us a lot of money.

    Extra Comments and Suggestions: This was a very unusual cruise in that it basically didn’t go anywhere. Since it sailed out of New Orleans, which is 90 miles up the Miss. River, and they had a boat wreck at the mouth of the river that closed it until late Thursday night, we sat in the dock for the majority of our trip. We didn’t get to any ports of call, just sailed around in the Gulf for a day, then came back to dock. Royal Caribbean treated us great (all money back & discount off another cruise) and Captain kept us posted with details at all time. Because of this, I won’t hesitate to sail them again (and am in Nov. 2004).

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Embarkation
Public Areas
Stateroom/Cabin
Staff
Formal Dining Food
Buffet Food
Room Service Food
Children's Programs
Entertainment
Spa & Fitness
Shore Excursions
Cruise Value
Debarkation