Carnival Dream is the first of three ships in the Dream class, the largest ships in the Carnival fleet. Featuring the 24,000 square foot Cloud 9 Spa, Carnival Waterworks pool area, plus expansive dining and entertainment venues, Carnival Dream is a stunning cruise ship which offers something for all ages.
- Name Age # of Cruises Desitination
Bob Wiegandt 68 10 western caribbean20 users found this review helpful.
The "dream" should be called the "nightmare",After ten cruises this would be labeled the cruise from H---,Never after ten cruises,, never before on carnival,disney,rci and ncl,have we been more...read more
Michelle Wenzel 39 1 Eastern Caribbean15 users found this review helpful.
This was our first and will be our last cruise. The overall experience of cruising is not our vacation cup of tea. Our 16 year old, 13 year old, and 6 year old did have a good time. . .thus my...read more
George Taylor 51 15 Eastern Caribbean35 users found this review helpful.
This was my 15th Cruise, 7th with Carnival. Ship is very nice. Cabins are very comfortable. Plenty of activities and action onboard. Serenity (adults only) area is very nice. Good luck getting a...read more
billy 45 14 Western Caribbean27 users found this review helpful.
This was my 14th and final cruise on CCL. I went into this cruise thinking of the excitement of being on a newer ship and let down big time. Service was fair at best, food...awful. I think...read more
Jeff Kastel 53 3 Western Caribbean5 users found this review helpful.
We surprised our daughter by joining her and a friend on this cruise. The 3rd night at dinner in the dining room I was eating lasagna and bit down on a large chip of a white china plate and upon...read more
Patricia Morris 61 3 Eastern Carribean35 users found this review helpful.
I was a little apprehensive about going on a Carnival cruise because we had previously cruised on sedate Holland American and Princess. We picked Carnival because of the ship's family cabin which...read more
Bud Wright 69 10 eastern Caribbean10 users found this review helpful.
Large ship with too many rooms, too few staff, leading to very bad service. Long lines from day one for all the buffet meals. Almost impossible to find a table after in the Lido deck (Gathering)....read more
Jack Waldo 41 3 Western Carribean9 users found this review helpful.
Disappointing. Overall, it was just OK. Not worth what we paid for the experience. Adequate, but I've eaten much better in my college cafeteria. All of the desserts tasted the same....read more
Nathan 32 1 Eastern Caribbean46 users found this review helpful.
This was our first cruise and I was really really impressed. I then talked with other, more experienced cruisers who told us what they were used to in a cruise line and how the quality has gone...read more
Joe Botti 44 1 Western Carribbean Cruise17 users found this review helpful.
The food was adequate. The activities for the kids did interest them (ages 18, 13,12). The swiming pools were always overcrowded. The food was average at best. Nothing to write home about....read more