MIAMI, FLORIDA -- I have just read some complaints on Carnival Dream, like others I have to agree as a family we were very disappointed in all aspects of the vacation.
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I have been on approx 7 Carnival cruises, and have fun on all of them until this one. The food was not up to par, and the service was a little to be desired. The pools were the same size with double to amount of people, my grandson would have nothing to do with it. (as he said too many people and I know what they do in that water)
The entertainment staff was a lot to be desired, not up to our last cruises. Shows were below what they were on other cruises. Even the steak restaurant was not the same as others. Would we as a family or my husband and myself go on the dream again, it was no dream.
The boat itself is very unattractive, and for all the hype no dream.
I have been on Royal Caribbean and had a wonderful time, but the best cruise line I would recommend is Celebrity, we had a great cruise, the food was wonderful along with service. Probably not for a family with small children, but a wonderful cruise.
Non Drinkers Equals No Service
I literally just got off the ship this morning and decided that I should wrie some place and let people know. If you are a non-drinker, don't go into the lounges or on the decks on the Carnival Fantasy ... read full review1 Replies - Latest reply on 01/17/2011
Greedy, Rude Cruisers
MIAMI, FLORIDA -- I spoke to a Guest Solutions Agent named Glenna at Carnival Cruise Lines, the greediest, most distasteful company I've ever dealt with, about canceling my cruise. I am a survivor of the downed flight ... read full review9 Replies - Latest reply on 10/14/2011
Cruise from hell
I'm not sure where to start, so I'll just start with our arrival at the Carnival Cruise Terminal on Oct 23rd. Arriving early with hopes of getting unpacked in our cabin so that we can begin our cruise ... read full review3 Replies - Latest reply on 11/04/2010
I took the cruise to nowhere out of Norfolk VA on Oct 23. Before we ever sailed, they had my name wrong and I had to pay an extra $50.00 to change the name. We had to wait outside in the wind for 3 hours to board. The attendant that was helping us board said that "happy hour" was still on. We went to the bar and was told this ship had no happy hour. The ship did not depart Norfolk on time but we were not reimbursed for the 3 hours that we should have been on board but spent standing in line. We had to stand in line for our meals every time we went to the buffet and by the time we got our food and drinks and sat down, our food was cold. The food looked pretty but did not taste as good as it looked. The next time I cruise I will go back to Royal Carribean!2 Replies - Latest reply on 10/29/2010Add reply
Carnival Screws Lines
I am going on a cruise November 14,2010 and had paid a deposit for a friend on this same cruise.
This is on a Early saver booking and my friend has had some Family problems and is getting divorced ... read full review14 Replies - Latest reply on 10/28/2010
The Drunk ship to No Where
Just took a cruise to Nowhere on the Glory out of Norfolk VA. This was my third cruise and it was the worst experience I have ever had. To start we had to wait in line for 5 hours to board. While we heard ... read full review15 Replies - Latest reply on 10/30/2010
On the verge of another cruise
I have spent the past month researching my next cruise. This time around I am married and we have a baby. I found this site by accident quite frankly, but I have to admit, after reading most of these ... read full review
Just returned from a 4 day cruise from NY to Canada on the Carnival Glory. The one thing that really spoiled the trip for us was the food. It was awful. Some examples:
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- Eggs and bacon at the AM buffet - cold.
- Roast pork at the carving station evening buffet - exceptionally dry, and no gravy available.
- Dinner in the Golden restaurant - steak was tough, chicken breast was dry.
The over all dining experience came nowhere near my expectations. Even the salad dressing wasn't good. I ate very little the whole four days, and was very glad to get home.
I went on a cruise with a then co worker of mine in May of 2010. We booked the cruise in March 2010. Before setting sale there is a "funship pass" or something that each person is expected to fill out ... read full review10 Replies - Latest reply on 08/11/2010
We took a June 20th, 2010 cruise to Mexico for 7 nights, there were 31 of us celebrating my mom's retirement. Upon arrival one of our bags was missing and we later found out someone had taken it by mistake. I filled out a missing bag report and was told that the party that took our bag would not receive their own bag unless they provided proof that they delivered our luggage to us. That person did send us our bag but listed me as the sender and receiver so that they wouldn't have to pay for it themselves ( the bag went from LA to Atlanta ). When I called Carnival to find out who this sheister was they didn't know. Instead, they sent me the $51.80 I needed to pay UPS for the delivery.
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UPS faxed me a copy of the fraudulent invoice where my signature was forged as a sender of this suitcase. I'm still debating whether to pursue a case against whomever forged my signature as the sender. I do however would like to compliment Carnival on reimbursing me for the charge that I shouldn't have had to fork over in the first place.