When you see the Carnival Valor for the first time, you will truly say that the ship is very big. It was gorgeous and was clean and well-kept. The stateroom was quite nice. It had a balcony with a great view of the ocean. It was quite spacious and was tidy and clean. There was plenty of storage. There were lots of closet and drawer space to accommodate all our belongings. The bed was very comfortable. The room’s air-conditioning also worked well. The bathroom was adequately sized. It was also very clean. Our room steward was always friendly and courteous.
Dining at the Valor was quite pleasant. The ship’s two main dining rooms, the Lincoln and Washington, served very good food. The Washington, the bigger dining room, had a variety of seafood dishes to choose from. The steak was good. For dessert, the melting chocolate cake was delicious. The supper club, Scarlett’s, where you had to pay extra $30 per person had a number of yummy dishes. Delectable dishes were cooked perfectly. The lamb was the best. One should also try the lobster bisque and the 24oz porterhouse. The desserts were mouth-watering. The chocolate tart was fabulous. The service crew was attentive and friendly. The dishes at Rosie’s Buffet were also good. The buffet offered a variety of food. The Lido located outside had a lot of food stations. The pizzeria had great-tasting pizzas. The sandwich deli, fish n’ chips station and the burrito bar were all good. The grill served delicious hotdogs, chicken, minute steaks and burgers.
The Valor kept the guests well-entertained. The production shows were wonderful and quite enjoyable. The dancers and singers were really good. The comedian, hypnotist and juggler were entertaining. At the Zebra lounge, the band played really well. They played jazz, danceable and rock music much to the delight of the audience. The music and entertainment at the Valor were really pleasurable. All in all, the Carnival Valor cruise was both pleasurable and enjoyable.
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