Good ship let down by Thompsons cost cutting.: Thomson Majesty Cruise Review by secondman
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Good ship let down by Thompsons cost cutting.
Arrived at the ship and were quickly processed and on board. Our cases beat us to our cabin, much quicker than other Thomson ships we have been on. We had pre booked an outside plus cabin on deck 6, big mistake. Cabin 612 is above the piano bar, not much noise you would think but the pianist would sing, play guitar and the harmonica through a very loud microphone, till 1am every morning. He may as well have been in the cabin with us, the din was terrible. I complained to reception and they offered us ear plugs, there were no spare cabins. We had booked on some trips and they were all morning starts, 7.45, 8.00, and 9.00, for two of them we had to get up at 6.15am. By the end of the week we were exhausted. More
The food was good in the Seven Sea's etc but we did use the Bistro Restaurant one night for a £20 supplement per person. This was very good but I thought the price a little high. Entertainment wise it was fantastic, the show team was the best we have ever seen, worthy of one of the big cruise lines. It was the usual scramble for a seat but it was worth the effort. Also the resident band Music Unlimited were excellent particularly the female singer, forget the X Factor, she would beat them all hands down. The crew were very good, more attentive than the Dream, nearly as good as the old Destiny. On board were the usual" towels on the sun bed gang," 7.00am, some of them, but you have to get used to that I suppose.
All in all we enjoyed the cruise, the trips were good, condition of the ship is good, cabins good for size, and all crew were brilliant! Such a shame we were so tired most of week!!!! Less
Cabin review: Outside Plus612
Fair size cabin, clean with 2 windows and 2 single beds. Beds were so cumphy, Thompsons still charge 15e for a safe, too much! Note this cabin is above the bar, do not use if you want to sleep.