Princess Sapphire not so shiny.: Sapphire Princess Cruise Review by Theorox
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Princess Sapphire not so shiny.
Destination: Mexican Riviera
Embarkation: Los Angeles
I have never been in a casino where the slots paid out soo little in my life. My wife and I like to play slots, and we do alot of it...on ships, casinos all over the world, Indian reserves...and these were by far the worst. Do not play them.
No outdoor movie deck on Lido deck, I thought they were pretty much standard these days. Who wouldn't want to watch a live concert of Marco Antonio Solis lying under the stars in the Mexican nite?
Our cruise was during More spring-break, which meant there was alot of children on board compared to other cruises we have been on. That is fine, we love kids. Point being though, we decided to go play a round of minigolf one sunny afternoon expecting to stand in line with a bunch of kids. When we got there we were the only ones in sight. Why?? Because the minigolf is a joke. We did 2 holes, and then left. It seems Princess doesn't want to put any money in to anything that they can not charge for, and minigolf is free ofcourse.
I don't mean to be a sour-puss, but this cruise was about a 3 out of 10 on my scales, and I think I am being generous. I could list more complaints, but if you have read this far I think you get the point I am trying to make.
If you are considering a Princess cruise, I would recomend you look at the same cruise, but from Carnival. I have been to Alaska, and the Mediterranean on Carnival, and they are head and shoulders above Princess. Have been on Holland America as well, and they were better too, though not as good as Carnival. Less
Cabin review: ADd319
Balcony sticks out further the the 4 decks above you, and every stares down on you while you lie out there. Terrible design.
Great Family Cruise for the Fi...
A Great Mexican Riviera Experi...
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All in All, a Very Good Cruise...