Pearls of Aegean : Thomson Majesty Cruise Review by Eviecve93
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Pearls of Aegean
Destination: Europe - Western Mediterranean
The cabin was small big enough to walk around in but it was small! We didn't have a window but for me this was ok, however my other half found this quite disorientating so I would advise getting a window cabin. The cabin was cleaned about three times a day and we had new sheets daily!! We were only the 4th deck and found this nice as we had no noise from the restaurants or casino. We had one rough night but it seemed that the people on the higher decks felt this more than we did.
The crew were amazing!! Our steward Felipe was lovely always making sure we had everything we needed, sorting out any problems we had and always gave us a welcoming smile in the morning. The More bar staff were quick and efficient we were constantly offered more drinks. We spent a lot of time in the casino and the staff here were so nice we got on very well having a laugh most nights! Everyone you walked past they were greet you hello or goodnight!
The food was beautiful, my other half was a bit annoyed that he didn't get many veg but every night is supposed to be 5 courses so they are portioned so they don't fill you up straight away! We didnt pay extra for the bistro as the food was nice in the other restaurants. no one we sat with complained about the food we all thoroughly enjoyed it.
The ports were amazing we went on a trip every day and really enjoyed them!! They were very well organised and the tour guides were very well spoken and be there stuff.
The ship all in all was a bit dated but it was super clean, everywhere you went someone was cleaning! The entertainment was brilliant! The young dancers and singers worked so hard and eh did an amazing show every night!
I really wouldn't trust these reviews that say DON'T GO because its not bad at all its amazing and it's what you make of it! Less
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