Thomson Majesty New Year in the Canaries: Thomson Majesty Cruise Review by Kermit56
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Thomson Majesty New Year in the Canaries
Destination: Canary Islands
The day before we got on the ship I had my wallet stolen. No problems getting cash from my bank but no replacement cards. I had to deposit Â£200 at reception, which was okay, but on the last day I wanted to nip ashore with my son to buy some presents - alarm went off when I handed my card to security and I had to go back to reception to settle my bill (they owed me Â£100) before I could go ashore. One very unhappy little bunny, who did not appreciate the snigger's from others getting off. Could barely understand the receptionist but got the message that they could have stopped me at the exit and held me while they called the purser? That would have been a better way then? It could just be my shifty look I suppose but I felt that this whole incident was poor customer service especially as my account was in credit and another member of my party, sharing a cabin with me, was still aboard. I know some people will say this isn't their fault etc but you had to be there!
Must say that the fireworks in Maderia on New Years Eve were the best I have ever seen - worth the cost of the trip alone! Two formal nights - Captains Cocktail Party was attended by people in shorts and football shirts! Dress code does not, obviously, apply. Would I go with Thomson again? Yes, I probably would but they don't improve and after quite a few cruises with them, they are getting worse - price and the AI makes them look attractive. Less
Cabin review: 431
431 was an excellent size for three adults. Two lower singles with one upper bunk. Good storage space, fridge and TV. air-con worked and it was mid-ships and fairly quiet. Good sized window. Deck 4