Ruby Princess 3

“First time for this itinerary”
Cruise review of Ruby Princess

nama15
Member Since 2014
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My sister and I decided to take this cruise because of the ports visited. We are in our 70's and travel all over the world together.

We stayed at Pullman London for one day post cruise. Hotel nice but not 4 star as advertised. Princess rep on duty and very helpful. Breakfast buffet included in price and was awesome! But transfer to Southhampton was delayed and we did not arrive in Southhampton until right before muster on ship!

We prebooked all our tours and were satisfied except for the one going to Sark Island. Be sure and do your homework before booking tours.

Our cabin on Caribe deck was nice but carpet needed to be replaced. Looked dirty and was stained.

We prefer a private balcony so we would not book again on Caribe deck. Deck above can look down on you.!

International Cafe was great and I purchased coffee card for $29. Pastries,sandwiches and salads were the best on ship. I could have eaten every meal at this cafe.

Princess More does a good job on all levels with a few minor exceptions. Less

Ruby Princess Cruises to the British Isles & Western Europe


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Sail Date: May 2014
Destination: Europe - British Isles & Western
Embarkation: Southampton
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Published 06/11/14

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Ruby Princess Cruises to the British Isles & Western Europe

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