The public rooms are impressive with a large atria, attractive furnishings and the areas well laid out, The Avenue Saloon with nightly piano music was especially delightful. As for dining, we enjoyed the late seating with a delightful table and superb service. The cuisine was well prepared and presented and is definitely a cut above that on Regent Seven Seas.
The shows aere good and well presented and the other entertainers as well.
The theme was Movies with a special tribute to Doris Day and we found all of the speakers and topics truly delightful and entertaining.
Our major complaint --and a big one--was the very small size of our suite. Having had suites on Holland American and Regent, we were very disappointed with the small ,cramped cabin and the tiny bathroom and with no walk in closet. We like to read in our cabin but found it uncomfortable here and went to the public rooms to read.