Sail Date: March 2019
This ship was great, since we are now doing the suite life, the suite lounge and staff were great, from the time we got on till we got off. I would recommend this cruise to anyone. We had the dining plan so only ate once in the main ... Read More
This ship was great, since we are now doing the suite life, the suite lounge and staff were great, from the time we got on till we got off. I would recommend this cruise to anyone. We had the dining plan so only ate once in the main dinning room. The food was great at every venue. Found our new favorite restaurant was Wonderfand. The food was both fun and amazing. The wemsical and happy attitude of the staff was great. Even though we had a group of 5 thus having a odd number of people at the tabl. Food at the coastal kitchen was both well presented and tasted outstanding. Told the family that they had to try something different that they had not eaten before with every meal. While at Labadee we had a Cabana on barefoot beach, this was. One of the best days on the trip. Best no paperwork when disembarking. With luggage valet we were off the sip in less than 5 minutes. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: March 2019
I have cruised many times on many different lines and was skeptical of taking this large ship with so many people. My grandsons ages 11 and 6 have a spring break from their school so we try to schedule different family trips. I thought ... Read More
I have cruised many times on many different lines and was skeptical of taking this large ship with so many people. My grandsons ages 11 and 6 have a spring break from their school so we try to schedule different family trips. I thought what a fun vacation for the boys and they would be fascinated with the size of this ship. They thought the Disney Fantasy was big but nothing compared to Harmony. I was so pleasantly pleased of our experience on this ship. From embarkation, cleanliness of the areas, the wonderful staff, and the cabins, we were impressed. I would say the first full day the areas were busy but as the week went on you could find areas that were quiet and wondering out loud where everyone was. We had My Time dining which worked out well but we also tried the specialty restaurants for either lunch or dinner. All were excellent. May I also compliment all the serving staff as well who were professional and so kind to my grandsons. Food was very good and I found the portions more than adequate. We did attend the water show which was good and the production of Grease, which I thought ran a little too long but certainly ok. My grandsons did the Flowrider which they enjoyed and the waterslides also. We had a Crown Loft Suite which was fantastic. The perks for Grand Suites and above were worth every penney. Having the concierge service, separate lounge and restaurant were so enjoyed. Also express disembarkation was fantastic. All in all a wonderful experience and we have booked this boat again for 2020. Read Less
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Sail Date: March 2019
I have never gone on a ship this big and in fact when the Freedom of the Seas first came out I sailed on it and did not like it as I thought it was too big. That being said, I absolutely LOVED Harmony of the Seas. While it may hold 6,000 ... Read More
I have never gone on a ship this big and in fact when the Freedom of the Seas first came out I sailed on it and did not like it as I thought it was too big. That being said, I absolutely LOVED Harmony of the Seas. While it may hold 6,000 plus guests it did not feel crowded at all! The pool area was usually busy in the day but the Solarium for adults only was always quiet and uncrowded. The shows were fantastic, especially the water diving show and the ice show. I did not do any specialty dining but the Park Café for lunch and the Solarium Bistro for Breakfast has great selections and good tasting foods. The Boardwalk Hot Dog area had the best hot dogs and it tasted just like I was at he boardwalk! We had great service from our waiter Mohamed and Assistant Waiter Chondra. Both were very attentive to our needs and made sure everything was perfect for us. Overall, their seems to be less choice in meals from the menu now than in previous cruises and some meals were repeated during the week. I guess if you really liked that meal you could have it twice. The first night though I had a hard time as none of the items appealed to me so I went out of my box and tried the baked polenta with Feta Cheese. It was delicious!!! If I could make any changes to the ship it would be to have a little more variety and selection for dinners every day, We did the Eastern Caribbean with stops in St. Maarten, San Juan and Labadee. San Juan was a very short stop from 9 am until about 2 pm. We did not do excursions as we have been at these stops before so we just walked around on our own at all three. We had a Balcony room on the 9th floor in the middle of the ship so it was easy to get from one end to the other depending on where we had to go. Embarkation and debarkation were very smooth. We were on the ship in less than 20 minutes of getting into the check in area. Leaving the ship took a little longer as they only had a few Customs officers working that everyone had to go through but finding our luggage was very easy. Overall, I would go on Harmony of the Seas again in a heart beat! I loved the ship and the crew. Now if they could just add some more variety to the dinner menu in the Main Dining room. Read Less
Sail Date: March 2019
After experiencing the Diamond Club on Allure of the Seas, high above and looking out over the beautiful ship and the ocean, the Diamond Club in a closet atmosphere (deck 4) on Harmony of the Seas was very disappointing. Poor atmosphere ... Read More
After experiencing the Diamond Club on Allure of the Seas, high above and looking out over the beautiful ship and the ocean, the Diamond Club in a closet atmosphere (deck 4) on Harmony of the Seas was very disappointing. Poor atmosphere and same set up on Symphony of the Seas. They do virtual balconies so they should at least do the virtual views in the enclosed Diamond Clubs. Everything else on the ship was perfect. The food, service, cleanliness, entertainment, activities were all excellent. The show "Columbus" was wonderful. I saw it twice. The ice and aqua shows are great. If you don't have a reservation, they still could usually get you seats by waiting 10 minutes before showtime. The entertainment (music & dancing) and parades in the Promenade are big fun! The Cruise Director, Ricky, was amazing. He is so talented! We were so impressed with his Caribbean dancing! Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: March 2019
Hi everyone: I have previously reviewed my cruises on Silverseas, Crystal, Oceania, Regent and Seabourne. This time, we figured “OK, so we won’t eat steak and lobster every night, let’s save some money and try Royal Caribbean.” ... Read More
Hi everyone: I have previously reviewed my cruises on Silverseas, Crystal, Oceania, Regent and Seabourne. This time, we figured “OK, so we won’t eat steak and lobster every night, let’s save some money and try Royal Caribbean.” We were pleasantly surprised. As my title suggests, despite the fact that the ship was full to capacity—well over 6500 people, you would never know it. The ship is so large that you never get the feeling that it is too crowded. Don’t get me wrong: it is crowded, but not in a negative way. And, they did serve lobster tail on one night and sushi grade tuna steaks on another. I usually concentrate on the food on my reviews, so let’s start there. Breakfast is nearly identical to the much more expensive cruise lines. The only differences I noticed were no fresh juices and no pure maple syrup. The Harmony even had fresh salmon, but it was definitely of a lower quality than in the high end ships. Other than those items, the choices for breakfast were identical to Oceania, etc. Lunches were superb as well. True, there were no large shrimp, tuna steaks and lamb chops as can be found on the high end lines, but that aside, the lunch options were not that different. Plentiful salads, pizzas, and enough entrees—chicken, pork, seafood and beef—that you were sure to find one to your liking. Desserts were definitely cheaper than on the pricier cruises but I always found at least one I liked. And the cookies were identical to those on Regent and Oceania. Dinner is where the differences begin to show: while I was always able to find a delicious option, the expensive entrees such as tuna steaks, lobster tails, lamb chops, filet mignon and fresh salmon were not available every night as they are on the more expensive lines. The side dishes were much more limited as well. We seemed to get whatever vegetable and potato the chef felt like serving. There was always a fish of the day. Desserts were good but limited. There was no “tea time”; a highlight in Oceania and Regent. At the bottom of the dinner menu every night there were steak and lobster options for about $30 extra. You could order these every night and still end up paying a fraction of what a high end cruise would cost. The Harmony is a kids friendly ship and there were tons of families with younger kids. The clientele was definitely predominantly “middle America”, FYI. All in all, a good experience. Like Norwegian and other similarly priced cruise lines, RC does charge for everything. This is in contrast to some high end cruises where everything is included. I imagine that the average cruiser had a bill well in excess of $1000 for alcohol, excursions, specialty restaurants, etc. I don’t drink, only went on one excursion and my extras were 350. (The super fast internet was about 170 of that. Yes, you can even stream videos.) My daughter only drank and went on one excursion and her bill was close to 450. You can see that we “hardly spent” and it totaled almost 800$! You can also get a slightly cheaper super fast internet without the streaming option. Our cabin was spacious. Plenty of storage space. Amazing water pressure in the shower. I guess that is what the newer ships give you. Staff was every bit as polite and courteous as on the expensive ships. Large well equipped gym. There is a charge for the sauna and steam room. Surprisingly no spin classes or bikes. Read Less
Sail Date: February 2019
We were excited to try out the new ship. There was my husband, myself and 2 sons (aged 16 & 22). Cabin - 10320 it is on the port side and had a convertible sofa. Configuration is bed first and then sofa by the balcony door (some ... Read More
We were excited to try out the new ship. There was my husband, myself and 2 sons (aged 16 & 22). Cabin - 10320 it is on the port side and had a convertible sofa. Configuration is bed first and then sofa by the balcony door (some cabins have the sofa bed when you enter the room adn the bed by the balcony door). First off the second "bed" is a trundle bed under the sofa - both boys said that the beds were comfortable but when the second bed is pulled out you cannot walk past it to the balcony so if the boys were sleeping in, there is no way to get to the balcony to sit out there without literally stepping on the kid on the second bed. For rooms that have the sofa bed first, you can barely get past the bed to reach the washroom. I much prefer having the 4th bed come down from the ceiling. I was not pleased with this set up and storage space for 4 adults (who are not over packers) was tight. The service in our cabin was great, the room steward did an great job. Dining - we ate in Chops and Jamie Oliver's and I had a BOGO package and can not say enough about those restaurants. The food, service etc was out of this world. The main dining room was a real disappointment. I have had much better shrimp from a shrimp ring bought at Costco than in the main dining room. The shrimp from Chops were huge, the ones in the shrimp cocktail in the main dining room were pathetic. The shortribs one night were just awful, worse than my grandmother's pot roast. The service in the main dining room was great but the food on some nights was no better than eating at Denny's. We did find the Solarium for breakfast a better less hectic, less crowded more enjoyable than Windjammers. Entertainment - this was great and we had the surprise of having Voctave on board who did a great performance. Comedy Club was also great, very funny. Activities were hit and miss - you had to get to some of them 30-45 minutes early. My son tried to play adult dodgeball and went about 30 minutes early and was told that they already had the maximum number of people signed up so he could not play. FlowRider was also very busy most times with long lineups but we went the morning we landed in Labadee so most people were off the ship and my sons were able to ride with barely any wait but the downside is we had to give up some time in Labadee for that to happen. Also heard complaints from others that activities onboard filled up quickly (trivia for one) so it was hard to participate unless you staked out a spot very early. Service/Embarkation/Disembarkation - all went very smoothly, no issues Port and Shore Excursions - They were fine but I had a planner that listed the activity we did in Jamaica at $99/person but when I signed up at the Shore Excursion Desk it charged me $137/person and when I brought this to the attention of the person working there they apologized and said I have to go to Customer Service and wait in a long line to get the difference credited to my card. I was not pleased with this as it was obviously their error and I had to take time out of my day to fix their error. I told this to the customer service agent who agreed and apologized. I was not looking for any sort of monetary compensation but rather I felt that the Shore Excursion person should have taken the details and corrected it herself. My 16 yr old enjoyed the time in the teen area, rarely saw him some days. The 22 year old, not so much, he went to a couple of the "single meet and mingle" events but no one was there. He would have had a much better time if he went with some buddies or more people attended the events but overall he too had a good time. Gym/Fitness - it was good but I really did not like being "underground" all the other ships I have been on had the gym in the upper decks where you could look out from floor to ceiling windows and with the gym on the 5th deck (maybe 4) there were only porthole like windows so I really missed the "view" that I have had in the past. Read Less
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Sail Date: February 2019
So, let me preface this review by saying that I am NOT a cruiser. I’m more of a secluded, quiet, adults-only resort type of person. But I have children, and we all need to be happy on vacation, so we decided to take a cruise. We had been ... Read More
So, let me preface this review by saying that I am NOT a cruiser. I’m more of a secluded, quiet, adults-only resort type of person. But I have children, and we all need to be happy on vacation, so we decided to take a cruise. We had been on a Disney cruise once before, which my children loved, but we were reluctant to pay that much again, so we decided to try Royal Caribbean. We chose it because it had a lot of options for active families and because their kids clubs are supposed to be good. With all of that said, here are my top take-always, again from the perspective of a non-cruiser. 1. GET THE SUITE. This is my best piece of advice for anyone who needs a little peace and quiet. We booked the Crown Loft Suite, which was a perfect amount of space for a family of four. Best of all, it came with 24/7 access to the suite lounge, which features its own sit-down restaurant as well as a bar serving complementary drinks and snacks. I probably spent about half of my waking hours in the suite lounge, and it was hardly ever full. 2. GET THE SUITE. I have to stress this twice, because I truly cannot imagine how I would have found a way to enjoy this cruise without all the benefits that came with being in a suite. We never waited in line for ANYTHING. If we wanted to eat, we were seated immediately in the suite restaurant. If we wanted to see a show, seats were held for us. If we forgot to book activities, the concierge handled it. When it was time to disembark, we were escorted off the ship directly to our bags with no wait. Seriously—it was like being a celebrity. The red carpet was rolled out for us everywhere. With a ship of 5,000+ people, I cannot stress what a difference it made. 3. GET THE SUITE. I know, I know. I just sound like a salesperson at this point, but I’m serious. If you have the means, DO IT. Even if you don’t think you have the means, DO IT. The value of all the extras practically makes up the difference in price: free drinks, free snacks, free internet, free luggage valet, guaranteed seats at every show, on-demand concierge services, access to a private beach on Labadee with complimentary loungers—the list goes on. If you value your time and don’t want to spend it standing in lines, the suite is the only way to go. Last tidbit of advice: if you have children, make sure you check the height requirements for all of the activities on board. We didn’t, and we were disappointed to learn that our younger child was too short for most things. Also, with the excellent food and spectacular view in the suite lounge, you really shouldn’t bother booking speciality dining. It’s not worth the surcharge. Read Less
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Sail Date: February 2019
This our third cruise. Many positives. A few negatives. First the positives. Dining room food and service exceeded expectations considering some of the reviews we read. Food was good. Portions are small but that is fine with me. ... Read More
This our third cruise. Many positives. A few negatives. First the positives. Dining room food and service exceeded expectations considering some of the reviews we read. Food was good. Portions are small but that is fine with me. Don't like overeating. Service was perfect every night. My Time Dining was flawless. Longest wait to be seated all week was 5 minutes. Our enjoyment of the shows was mixed. Grease was fantastic. I had seen Grease on Broadway and this production was much better. The diving shows were also incredible. Almost too high and scary to watch. Ice shows good but not great. Other shows including comedian and RC production just average. Embark and disembark very smooth. They have that figured out. Worst part of embarkation is the ridiculous bottleneck getting into the port terminal. Add at least a half hour waiting for your cab to get past security checkpoint. Excursion experience was mixed. Super good time on the Paladar and Starfish snorkel in Cozumel. The reef is stunning. Great guides and flawless execution. Chukka Horseback ride in Jamaika could have been an awesome experience but very disorganized and terrible facilities considering the number of guests that they get per day. The changing facility to get into swimsuit for the water ride is a one stall bathroom where you dont want to touch anything. They left us milling around asking what we are supposed to do. Should be much better at $100 a person. Labadee excursion cancelled due to wind. The island is quite nice but by the time we figured out the layout it was late in the day and we missed some great beach areas. Suggestion would be to give or have a map to help guide like an amusemant park would have. Balcony room was comfortable. Room steward did his job perfectly and with a smile. Earned an extra tip for sure. Our friends were next door so they can open the balcony between the rooms which was very fun. Negative experiences on the pool deck. Just too many people jostling for too few chairs and pool space. Should definitely have a pool in Solarium for adults only. Just no way to provide enough poolside room in this big a ship. The other areas don't seem crowded at all. Went to one specialty resturant and the food was good but not sure it is good value to pay added $100/couple over the Main dining option. Overall this is a very clean and friendly ship with dedicated staff. Lots to do. Trade off is between all the shows and entertainment options versus sharing the pool deck with 5000. Nice ship, nice cruise. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: February 2019
I booked this trip about six months ahead and we were super exited. I managed to book all our shows before we left and also booked our excursions ahead. We received an email a few days before we were due to sail explaining they are ... Read More
I booked this trip about six months ahead and we were super exited. I managed to book all our shows before we left and also booked our excursions ahead. We received an email a few days before we were due to sail explaining they are completing a deep clean and asked us not to arrive until 12. This was disappointing but we honoured this only to realise lots of people were onboard from 10:30am. Embarkation: We arrived about 12.30 and we were on the ship within about 20 minutes. After going through the scanners and having our picture taken (despite adding a photo ahead of arriving). The process was fairly smooth although I found they did not give us much information. For example, you need to go to your stateroom to collect your sea pass cards, you'll need these if you have a drinks package. The room also had our WiFi password. We were able to gain access to our stateroom straight away. Cabin: We stayed in 10510. The cabin was right at the front so had a large window overlooking the helipad. The room was so large compared to my inside cabin on Allure. I'm sure you've read the reviews on what the cabins have but for me our cabin location was great. Fairly close to the stairs, it was the end of the ship with the gym, theatre and Solarium. The MDR is the opposite end of the ship so we had a nice stroll along the Promenade grabbing a drink ahead of dinner. Our Stateroom Attendant was amazing! He's name was Raymond from Grenada and was the kindest man we've ever met. MDR: We dined in the MDR most evening and this is where some of the issues were. We had My Time dining and each time we went regardless of the time, we had to wait for a table often in excess of half an hour. When we finally had a table, often it was rushed as we had a show to get to. On three occasions, we were escorted to the table to find out it hadn't been cleared from the last guest. By the third time, I was very annoyed and had to voice this. We were offered to eat from the specialist options and whilst it was a nice gesture, I would have preferred to just have good service. The food quality varied greatly. Twice we ordered dishes with goats cheese in it and it was barely anything there. I had the tuna steak and this was very poor. Whilst I was offered another option, we didn't have time as we had a show. The desserts were great. I loved the carrot cake and the chocolate cake. Windjammer: I loathe the buffet. It is always so busy and so many kids touching everything or sneezing all over the food. They have installed sinks first so you do have to wash your hands but often when parents have kids, they just walk through. We only came here for breakfast twice but both times it was busy and we had to wait a while for a table. Solarium Bistro: We came here for breakfast and lunch a few times. healthy options, less children and ample seating. The food was very nice, especially the desserts. If you want an alcoholic drink, you need to bring a drink in but they offer the usual free drinks. Sorrento's: Excellent pizza. We had a slice late one night and it was great (well what I can remember!). Park café: Nice spot for a quick breakfast. I thought they did the specialised coffee as per Allure but sadly not. Café promenade: The service here was terrible. Every server was so rude however it was one of the few places which did the specialist coffees. Vitality café: This was perfect for a pre-workout shake and a post work-out coffee. The line was often long but it was worth it. All the places we went for drinks was brilliant. So many good cocktails. The Bionic Bar was fun to watch and I loved going on the Rising Tide bar late at night. Vintages in central park was always quiet so if you wanted a nice romantic spot, this would be a good option. Grease: This show was amazing! We watched it on the first night and the casting was fab. Sadly the sound kept going quiet but it was still a good show. Comedy show: This was also very good, not as funny as on Allure but still a good show. Vocative: This show was brilliant - such talented singers. The Fine Line: This was incredibly disappointing. We got there early and had a reservation but there was no where to sit so we ended up sitting by the climbing wall. The acrobatics were also quite disappointing. I thought here would be more dives, perhaps there were but we left about half way through. Don't sit in the front three rows unless you want to get wet. We had also reservations for Columbus and the ice show but we didn't make these. It's difficult to see everything, some evenings we just wanted a slow dinner and a drink. There are so many activities onboard. We tried the Flow rider twice and found most of the staff very unhelpful with offering advice, there was only one man who was so good with directing people (wish I got his name sorry). We did the climbing wall, there's no need to sign a waiver now so just take socks and they provide the climbing shoes. The gym was excellent. Plenty of equipment and lots of people who clearly never go to the gym but at least try on holiday. My boyfriend is a Physiotherapist so he kept pointing out how bad the moves were. He did go to the aid of one gentleman who fell off the bench by putting the wrong weight on. The pools were always very busy and you see the usual people leaving towels all day and not using them. This is very disappointing and I think the staff should remove towels after 30 minutes. Even when we went to lunch, we would take our towels up so others could use the beds. There was an issue with my pre provided credit card information not being transferred over to our booking so I had to take time out of our holiday to go sort this. The lines were always crazy long at Guest Services so this was really poor. We had three port days and below is what we did. Labadee: I started the morning with beach yoga - this was a joke. I do yoga at home and it as not yoga at all. The app did not say there was a charge for this however I was charged $14. I left before the 'class' ended as it was that bad. They said it would be 8:00-8:30 however the gangway didn't even open until 8:30 so we were not starting the class until 8:50am. I had to change our zip line time because of this delay. The zipline was great fun. We were the first to go so it was good being able to do our ride then head off. Lunch on the island was ample. The meat and salad was good but I was so shocked at how high people pile their plates then throw away. There are people on the island starving and sadly there are far too many greedy guests throwing food away. The beaches are very rocky so take water shoes. We loved the floating bar in the sea. This had a great view over the zip line. We did venture into the village to do some shopping. I first bought some magnets from the main building then we walked through the village. It was very crazy with lots of people asking you to view their goods. I expected this and I would simply so no thanks and walk on if I wasn't interested. My boyfriend is very friendly so often he got stuck talking to the shop owners whilst I tried to get him along. Jamaica: We booked a private tour with Jamaica Phil (google him he was great!). he picked us up from the independent sellers section which is in the car park (just walk through). He then drove us and another two girls from the cruise to Ocho Rivers to the Blue Hole. This was a great trip and involved walking through streams and jumping from platforms. The highest was 20ft (I didn't do this) but I did the 15ft and loved it. There were also so great photo opportunities. Cozumel: We booked to go to Xcaret. This involved taking a tender boat to the mainland which took 40 minutes then a 20 minute bus ride. We were in the park by 10:30am and was collected to leave at 3:45pm. This allowed enough time to swim the underground rivers, stop for lunch and snorkel with sea turtles. There was lots of wonderful things to do such as the butterfly house and aviary. Disembarkation: We were informed if we wanted to walk our own luggage off the ship then we needed to leave by 7:30am so we opted for them to collected our luggage the night before. Sadly lots of people didn't follow this rule and they were taking their luggage off so the elevators were more full with luggage than people. Everything shuts down on the last day. We indented to go to the gym but this was closed so we went for a jog however this was partially closed to allow people off the ship. We had a last breakfast at Windjammer as it was the only place open until 8:30am but of course this was manic so sadly it wasn't a relaxing finish to the follow. The customs line was very long (as expected I guess) but we were off the ship within 30-40 minutes. Overall, we did have a great cruise but sadly the poor service and some meals has made me consider trying another cruise liner. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: February 2019
This ship is only 2.5 years old and we noticed black blue (oil type) smoke coming from one of the smoke stacks when we were leaving the Port Everglades. We thought that maybe this was just something like a car starting in the morning and ... Read More
This ship is only 2.5 years old and we noticed black blue (oil type) smoke coming from one of the smoke stacks when we were leaving the Port Everglades. We thought that maybe this was just something like a car starting in the morning and puffs of smoke emit from the exhaust, and let it go. However, this smoke continued throughout the cruise and was especially bad at night and in the early morning hours on our balcony. We paid more for a balcony because we enjoy this small sanctuary so much in the early morning hours and in the evening. We were on the 11th deck. Being asthmatic, I had to retreat to the cabin and was unable to enjoy my balcony if the wind shifted and caused the smoke to blow on our side of the ship. It seemed to be more prevalent at night (maybe when the engines were being pushed to the max). This smoke left black spotty residue on the railing and other areas of our balcony. Our steward was so kind after the first day to include the cleaning of the black residue during her daily cleaning. We told her Supervisor about her going above and beyond her regular duties to clean the mess off of the balcony, so he was informed of this as well. We attempted to tell Guest Services, but were never able to have enough time with the long lines to tell anyone there. Expressed my concerns that there were families with small children, older adults and most probably other passengers with breathing issues as myself and was concerned why a heads up from the crew was not mentioned. We were in the elevator on the first day and a young man got on board talking to the engine crew about the issue, so we knew that they were aware of it. However, Royal Caribbean is now telling us that they know of no problem on board the ship and everyone is denying, denying, denying. Even though I have video proof of the smoke billowing over our balcony on what was a nice evening. Just sad to have a nice cruise and unable to enjoy our balcony which we paid a great deal to be able to enjoy. Our cabin however, was spacious and well cared for with plenty of storage and many hangers. Embarkation and departing the ship was the best experience that we had ever had. Kudos to the Port Everglades and their friendly and efficient staff. We purchased “The Key” which was well worth the money. The ship had many activities onboard for families to enjoy. We would like to take our grandchildren on a ship like this but it won’t be this one. There were several options available for meals. Just be aware that some that would appear to be at no cost, would have a set cost, no matter how little you ordered. The main dining was a disappointment, the kitchen couldn't get the order cooked correctly. However, the staff were very attentive and apologetic even going so far as applying a $25 credit to our account without a word to us. The public areas were clean and well cared for and the bathrooms were spotless. This ship did have an excellent crew at entry points for meals and taking care for everyone to sanitize their hands before entering the Buffet. Even going to far as having a song to sing to the children to encourage them to wash their hands. Each child was happy to see them and would sing and dance the song with them. Excellent interaction and attention to keeping everyone safe from the Norovirus. Read Less
Harmony of the Seas Ratings
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Cabins 4.5 0.0
Dining 4.0 0.0
Entertainment 5.0 0.0
Public Rooms 4.0 0.0
Fitness Recreation 4.0 0.0
Family 5.0 0.0
Enrichment 2.5 0.0
Service 3.0 0.0
Value For Money 4.0 0.0

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