Resort Hotel Reviews

Cruise Reviews

Carnival Cruise Line

Carnival Cruise Reviews
Carnival Cruise Reviews



Review Resorts
NEWSLETTER

First Name:
Email:

Verify Email:

State:


We Do Not Share E-mails Privacy

Post a Cruise Resort Review

Add Your Resort
Carnival Cruise Line Reviews

Carnival Cruise Lines

3655 NW 87th Avenue
Miami, Florida 33178
Phone: +1-888-227-6482
Ships: 22
Average Length: 875 ft
Avg # Pools: 3
Inaguaration: May, 2007
Onboard Gaming:Yes
Health Clubs: Yes
Day Spas: Yes
Unique Feature: Entertainment
Here's our Carnival Cruise Review


Carnival Cruise Line Paradise Carnival Cruise Line Imagination


Carnival Cruise Line invented present day cruising with their Fun Ships concept. With 22 ships and sailings around the world, these floating resorts have something for everyone. Carnival offers 3, 4, 5, 7 & 10 day Caribbean cruises. They also offer 3, 4 & 7 day Mexico Cruises from Los Angeles. If that were not enough, Carnival sails to Europe and Alaska too.


Ships:
22 Ships, Average Age of Carnival Cruise Passenger: 45, Average age of Ships: 3 years old, Average length of ships: 875 ft,

Have you Taken a Carnival Cruise ?
Post a Carnival Cruise Review

Go USA T-Shirt
Traveler Posted: Carnival Cruise Review
Reviewed By: Myriam
From: Portland, Oregon
Trip Date: September, 2013
Overall Rating:
Dining on Ship:
Cabin Quality:
Pool Area:
Onboard Activities:
Friendly Staff:



Cruise Line: Carnival Cruises / Ship: Valor

Remarks:
"My family and I recently had the opportunity to take a Carnival Cruise to the Caribbean on board the Valor (9/8 thru 9/15, 2013). We attended one of the many activities on the ship, including the shopping seminars hosted by Melanie, where we were enticed to buy the savings book for $25 because they offered 'so many' discounts and the book would pay for itself in one port/shop, as well as not having an expiration date and could be used on a later trip. My party bought 2 of the books for a total of $50, to our disappointment only to find out that the book expires in November of 2013. In addition the 'so called discounts and freebies' are not worth the price nor the trouble of going from shop to shop for insignificant and cheap merchandise; some of the shops would not even accept our vouchers saying that they would only give one item per household, even though we had 2 separate vouchers. In addition, in one of the ports most stores advertised on the book were closed for being Saturday (Jewish Sabath Holiday). Many of the shops supported by Carnival's fun shopping policy are high ticket items like jewelry. It makes no sense to have a policy that prevents the customer from returning the merchandise for any reason, including changing your mind about an item because you found it cheaper in another store, or whatever the reason might be. These 'all sales are final' policies are a rip-off for consumers, as well as being a big liability for the consumer and should not be backed by Carnival. We found many stores supported by Carnival to have very pushy sales people. Where it makes it uncomfortable to leave the store without a purchase, even though 'no one forced us' to buy anything, the experience was less than enjoyable. This left me and my party with a very bad taste and a very big credit card bill. To the point where next time we choose to take a cruise vacation, we will not consider Carnival as our vacation provider." - Myriam from Portland, Oregon


Cruised on Carnival Cruise Lines ?
Post a Review of your Favorite Cancun Resort

Traveler Posted: Carnival Cruise Review
Reviewed By: Jonathan
From: Bridgewater, N.J.
Trip Date: March, 2013
Overall Rating:
Dining on Ship:
Cabin Quality:
Pool Area:
Onboard Activities:
Friendly Staff:



Cruise Line: Carnival Cruises / Ship: Pride

Remarks:
"Excellent cruise. Great food and service. The staff were so attentive, helpful and friendly. Live entertainment was great and the food delicious." - Jonathan from Bridgewater, New Jersey


Cruised on Carnival Cruise Lines ?
Post a Review of your Favorite Cancun Resort

Traveler Posted: Carnival Cruise Review
Reviewed By: Tayna
From: Cut Off, Louisiana
Trip Date: April, 2011
Overall Rating:
Dining on Ship:
Cabin Quality:
Pool Area:
Onboard Activities:
Friendly Staff:



Cruise Line: Carnival Cruises / Ship: Triumph

Remarks:
"Was very disappointed when temp in room was 74 degrees and above. Was told that it was normal for room to be above 74 because we had 4 people in room. Did nothing but give us the run around. A/Cs break all the time. Should have just admitted it and given us a fan. Instead denied it and kept saying someone would check it. Would wake up in middle of night dripping with sweat. Disappointed! Once home I was told I should have made them check temp in middle of night. I had no documentation stating it was hot in middle of night. So if you are going on a Carnival cruise and have a problem. Make sure they document EVERYTHING!" - Tayna from Cut Off, Louisiana


Cruised on Carnival Cruise Lines ?
Post a Review of your Favorite Cancun Resort

Go USA T-Shirt
Review Posted by Proffesional Travel Agent: Lauren Liebert
Reviewed By: Lauren Liebert
From: Mountain, View, Calif
Trip Date: March, 2008
Overall Rating:
Dining on Ship:
Cabin Quality:
Pool Area:
Onboard Activities:
Friendly Staff:
Royal Solaris Cancun
"The Kids Water Park"

Lauren Liebert, Travel Agent at Ticket to Travel
Email: lauren@aticket2travel.com


Remarks:
"So last March I lucked out and got to do more than spend an afternoon doing a ship inspection - I got to sail on Carnival Cruises brand spanking new ship, the Splendor! It was a 3 day/2 night cruise to nowhere out of San Francisco. She is the competition for RCCL's Mariner of the Seas, doing 7 night Mexican Riviera cruises out of Los Angeles. Personally, I think even though they both cater to families, I would actually prefer to put clients with young children on the Carnival Splendor, rather than the RCCL Mariner. The reason - I found the children's areas and programs (Camp Carnival) to be great! RCCL has great entertainment and amenities (like the rock wall, inline skating, etc.) that older kids would totally enjoy.

I thought this was a really nice ship, with one exception. When the designers got together, I picture someone shouting out in the meeting 'PINK POLKA DOTS' and everyone must have agreed how brilliant. Really? They went a little overboard in that department! The two story dining rooms were impressive. Not as beautiful as the Mariner, but still very nice. They are named the Gold Pearl and Black Pearl. In regards to food, I have always been pleased with Carnival. This is surprising, because I don't think that highly of their other brand - Princess Cruises' cuisine. Don't get me wrong - they are not as good as Celebrity Cruises, but the food was good and plentiful onboard. I still really enjoyed their pre-dinner sushi bar and one night they did Tapas on the Promenade level. I found that there were a lot of bars on this ship vs. places to just lounge around. However the decor of the public spaces are great and I loved the casino the best! The staterooms were what I have come to expect from Carnival. Decor was strange, while also being on the plain side. I like the size of the standard balcony stateroom. Plenty of space, lots of mirrors and a nice sized seating area. And, of course, no Carnival cruise is complete without coming back at the end of the night to your towel buddy! Carnival has some of the best pricing and I would be happy to discuss booking your next family vacation and include some extra amenities!

If you are considering a Cruise Vacation, drop me a line and I would be happy to help you find the right cruise at the right price." - Lauren Liebert, Ticket to Travel , Mountain View, Calif.

Lauren Liebert - Ticket to Travel
Website: www.LaurenLiebert.com    /    Email: lauren@aticket2travel.com    /    CST: 1010000-40


Post your Carnival Cruise Review
Post a Review of your Carnival Cruise