Thomson Majesty 5

Cruise review of Thomson Majesty

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We had a great cruise and stay with a magic itinerary , apart from Venice and Dubrovnik our favourite was Kotor - a beautiful sail up the bay - not a fjord we were told.
We did not like the layout of the ship, mainly the buffet situated fore and aft with very little seating either end, that is unless you joined the smokers.
We had breakfast and dinner in the Seven Seas Restaurant, just a little quieter in the morning and in the evening we enjoyed the company of so many different couples there - never had to queue either, service was a little chaotic at times but the food was fine and enjoyed.
Our cabin 925 superior, having said that it was very disappointing very little room on one side of the bed and the bathroom was the wet room type - not ideal - you had to take care not to wet the whole floor.
The storage space was very good also, although our cases would not go under the bed.
The entertainment was really good - West End standard without doubt.
We did the More Caves & Castle from Koper Good Trip
Venice we did our own thing
Sibenik. Krka National Park. Good Trip
Dubrovnik. Did our own thing
Kotor. Just did the walking tour then wandered around ourselves.
Our second week was spent at the Costas Golden Beach Hotel best hotel we have stayed at in Greece.
Just forgot to mention cabins on deck 9 are subject to lots of noise from deck above.
It would have to be a exceptional itinerary for us to book the Majesty again. Less

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Sail Date: June 2013
Destination: Europe - Eastern Mediterranean
Embarkation: Copenhagen
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Cabin review:

Cabin 925. Lots of noise from deck above - food trolleys, chairs etc. We did not like the wet room type shower - you had to be very careful.

Published 07/29/13

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