Not for the handicapped! Wanna buy something?: Grand Princess Cruise Review by joyjohnr
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Not for the handicapped! Wanna buy something?
Embarkation: San Francisco
Princess is at fault for selling a cruise to a handicapped person. Most of the restrooms are near impossible for a person in a wheelchair to use. That is, "If", the restrooms are not "out of order" as they often were.
The elevators are very difficult to use with a wheelchair, the ramp from the room to the balcony was unusable, unsafe and appeared to be a makeshift design. The dining rooms are crowded and difficult to access with a wheelchair. Overall a bad experience. Mother spent most of her time in her room watching the Princess propagnda channels on the More TV. Little accessability to most shows etc.
If I wanted to be a captive audience to a high pressure sales routine, I'd go to QVC or HSN headquarters for two weeks. Everything on the ship was geared to how much more money they could suck out of you in two weeks. Every seminar was little more than a sales gig.
To be fair, the beds and pillows were great, we slept like babies. Our experience at the Crown Grill ($25. cover charge per person) was excellent. Wonderful food and service there. I wish I could say the same about the dining room. Some was good, some was just average. Overall, a poor and costly experience. Less
Great beds and pillows. The cabin showed its age throughout. Obviously the cabins were not redone when the ship was overhauled.