Arcadia Cruise Review by Sybella
- Sail Date: August 2017
- Destination: British Isles & Western Europe
- Cabin Type: Mini Suite with Balcony and Bath/Shower
We had the best cabin steward ever, Shiva, he was so efficient and helpful.
Mum uses a wheelchair and all the staff went out of their way to help her. The doors to the Prom deck were not electric so quite a challenge to get her out there, although there always seemed to be a helpful person to hold doors open. Leaving the Belvedere and going out onto deck 9 by the Aquarius pool there were 2 sets of doors to go through, one set automatic and the other not... I came home with a few bruises as I struggled to hold a door open and push mum through at the same time.
Mum has a food allergy and was given the next days menu each evening. She could choose anything and they would make it specially for her. The new menus had lots of choices, I struggled every night to decide what to eat. The daily roast and grill really suited mum, I feel she ate the best on this cruise than any other.
Assisted embarkation and disembarkation worked really well, luggage was outside our cabin when we got to it.
We had a lovely cruise and we are looking forward to our next one, back on Arcadia next year.
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We used room service every day for breakfast, it was lovely.
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