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Enchantment of the Seas Review

4.0 / 5.0
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Food terrible. Good service. Not enough activities.

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tyla501
First Time Cruiser • Age 30s

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Sail Date: Jan 2018
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This was my first cruise so I didn't have any expectations. Upon arriving the staff was very inviting and accommodating. Luggage was brought to our room at a decent time, room was clean and neat. We immediately went to the Windjammer, and the food was very bland, not good at all! I have seen reviews where people spoke of the food not being good, I thought they were just being extra. But no, the food is not good. We were forcing ourselves to eat the food just so we can avoid the seasickness, because they didn't have any other food options other than chops grille. So if you are looking for good food, this will not be it. We actually had to get off the boat just to get some good seasoned food! however, the last night we ate at the dining hall and the food THAT night was amazing! Everything was cooked to perfection. I guess they put effort in it because it was the last night of the cruise. We were suppose to go to cococay, but that was cancelled due to rough waters. We were able to get off the boat that night and venture on to the island, and we had the time of our lives!! The boat had activities but none too exciting. It was plenty of times we just stood around bored because there was nothing to do. I feel like this cruise ship is geared towards middle age + people. This is a smaller boat so there wasn't as many shops or activities anyway. Again, the staff was amazing though!!! Wifi was expensive and didn't work continuously. Kept losing connection throughout the trip.The inside style of the ship was very old fashion.

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