Carnival conquest reviews observe that the Carnival Conquest is a great match with New Orleans, one of the American heartiest-party cities. An onboard atmosphere with its large ship feeling, a lot of playful passengers of all age groups, excellent entertainment - all really aims to celebrate playtime for adults and kids.
Carnival conquest reviews state that one of her greatest strengths is a sheer variety of dining options. Starting with a "usual" main dining room scenario, Conquest has two double-tiered rooms (Monet and Renoir) to handle a formal dinner duty. Monet has windows with views on three sides, which is more appealing (especially during the daytime). Renoir, on the right off the atrium, is more centrally located.
Carnival conquest critic reviews claim that it has not been traditionally noted for its food, though there is a vast improvement. The menus in the dining rooms are interesting and the service is top-notch, very "what can we do?" Beyond the dining room even more choices come in and here is where you need a cruise for at least a week to try them all. A myriad of options on the pool deck is available at lunchtime.
A couple of miscellaneous carnival conquest reviews notes report that on the promenade deck, all day long and late in the evening, Cafe Patisserie serves specialty coffee and sweets, ranging from banana splits to chocolate covered strawberries. On the right hand a Japanese sushi bar is opened to try a light snack. The ship offers a 24-hour room service, starting from basic continental-style breakfast to a variety of sandwiches and desserts. All dining room menus and stations feature at least one vegetarian entree per menu.
The Carnival Conquest presents a usual range of staterooms at your disposal. It has a sixty percent outside rate and the decor inside is rather calm and a bit upscale. They vary from inside (windowless) to penthouse suites; there is a balcony category that is called " an extended balcony", a "new" type of cabin, named a "family stateroom" and located on the spa deck, with floor-to-ceiling windows (no balcony), offering fabulous views. Verandahs in the balcony staterooms are outfitted with wood-colored plastic furniture (a table, a straight chair, an adjustable chair) and have an interesting "privacy guard" that extends over the railing on each side.
One more critical note of Carnival conquest reviews is that the sounds travel quite easily through cabin doors, so light sleepers may want to position themselves as far away as possible from elevator banks. A number of passengers on deck eight, under the main pool area, complained that late-night and early-morning scrapings of the chairs and tables overhead were very disturbing.
There is even a fitness facility there and men and women have their own dedicated sauna and steam rooms. A notable newcomer to this spa is a couple's massage room, the first in the Carnival fleet. Also unusual to the Carnival Conquest is a dry float bed, which is used in body wraps.
The pool deck is expansive and it seems as if there is room for everyone. There are two pools and three larger-than-usual whirlpools. Above, you may find a jogging track, a half-sized basketball court and a volleyball net. There is also a golf center where an onboard pro will help analyze your swing and set up golf outings to island courses.
Tastes differ. Some people may find the ship, accommodation, amenities and facilities outstanding and attractive, and they will have a good time on board the "city at the sea". The others may complain and enlist various disadvantages and consider their holidays and money wasted.... Tastes differ.