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Grandeur of the Seas Review

4.0 / 5.0
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Birthday Celebration!!

Review for Grandeur of the Seas to the Western Caribbean
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Frankieandjohnie
6-10 Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Apr 2016
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I choose this cruise to celebrate my birthday, and the convenience of leaving from close to home. This is one of the smaller ships we have been on, it was very nice, but showing its aging in different areas. One of them were the pool and hot tub areas. Very hard for anyone a little older to get in and out of them.

The food was good, nothing exceptional, we went to 2 specialty restaurants, Chop Grille, the food was terrible, the steak was look shoe leather. Giovannis was much better.

Our room on Deck 4 was small, but very surprised at the storage it had. Plenty for 2 people. The bathroom I nicknamed the torture chamber, I can't even imagine how anyone that is a little bigger can fit in the shower. I am not that big and when I stretch my arms my elbows hit sides, and it was a constant tug of war with the shower curtain sticking to you terrible.We also were in the middle of boat close enough to Centrum was afraid it might be noisy, but once you closed your door you really didn't hear anything,that is until morning when they were moving somethings around above us. The entertainment was wonderful, and the crew was fantastic. Getting on was a breeze, getting off a little hectic.

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Cozumel

It was very informative.

Grand Cayman (Georgetown)

It was very interesting, our guide Tenisha was excellent.

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