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Royal Princess Cruise Review by hays69: The Royal Princess

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Member Since 2013
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Cabin 2.0
Dining 5.0
Embarkation 1.0
Enrichment Activities 2.0
Entertainment 2.0
Family & Children 2.5
Fitness & Recreation 4.0
Public Rooms 5.0
Rates 1.0
Service 2.0
Shore Excursions Not Rated
Value for Money 1.0

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The Royal Princess

Sail Date: June 2013
Destination: Cruise to Nowhere
Embarkation: Southampton

I have just returned from a two night break to expereince the new cruise liner, that the Duchess of Kent will be opening. The videos of the cruise look amazing but actually when you finally do embark after the chaos queing its disappointing!! It doesn't have the wow factor at all. The promenade isn't what i thought, a few shops here and there. 

If you have children under 3yrs they can not use the pool even if wearing swimmers. No facilities for them to play, although as ship didn't have many children we were allowed to as a one off. There is kids clubs for 3yrs and older which do have some great games etc. The children are not supposed to sleep in the bunks if younger than 10yrs, even though they new the ages of my children when we booked. Balcony rooms are a lot smaller than other ships.

Some good parts, movies under the stars, with popcorn!! The Horizon buffet area was set out well, food was very nice. The spa looked great but we didn't use as very expensive! More Watch your bill!! Paid before we left, charges of $11.50pp every day added on as gratitutes even though when you buy a drink 15% is added on. You can get this taken off, but i feel it should be explained before you embark.

Summary, wouldn't waste my money again!! If you are 60yrs and over, very rich then this cruise is for you!! Less

Published 06/11/13

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Cabin review: Royal Princess

Very small, included two childrens bunk but unable to use if children under 10yrs. No room for travel cot. Balcony small, two chairs and small foot table.

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