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Anchorage to Alaska Princess Cruise Reviews

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Great Destination; Recommend investigating other cruise lines

Review for Coral Princess to Alaska

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kseth

2-5 Cruises

Age 40s

Alaska is a great destination for sure. Our family had a great time during our vacation - we took both the land trip and the cruise. The destinations and the ports are all awesome! We have made some great memories. During the land trip, the train ride is great. Also during the cruise the glacier bay experience was breathtaking The cruise itself was 'meh'. If you have a young family, like we ...
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Sail Date: July 2019

Cabin Type: Mini-Suite with Balcony

Traveled with children


Outstanding cruise

Review for Coral Princess to Alaska

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Mr Brownie the Dog

2-5 Cruises

Age 70s

Had the time of my life. Great Ship and polite crew. Went Club Class. Food was great and the scenery in the Fjords was breath taking. One small not so minor thing was the "at sea internet". It only worked about 10 percent of the time with a connection speed of 25K. Dial up would have been faster. I brought this to the attention at the main desk and it was a wast of time. I had ...
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Sail Date: July 2019

Cabin Type: Balcony


Our cruise was to Hubbard Glacier, Skagway, Juneau and Glacier Bay

Review for Royal Princess to Alaska

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HollyBH73

6-10 Cruises

Age 40s

I was drawn to the drop and go rate. I was an very good deal. I also let the cruiseline choose my stateroom. I asked for a non obstructed balcony room. We got a handicapped accesible room which was much larger than most. We know this may never happen again but it was a nice large room. I did enjoy the fact that this cruise was mostly adults. There were very few children under the age of 10 on ...
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Sail Date: July 2019

Cabin Type: Balcony


Preferred the land tour portion of our trip over the cruise portion

Review for Coral Princess to Alaska

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LynnCupcake

First Time Cruiser

Age 50s

Book with Princess because I thought Princess was a step up from Carnival and they'd been cruising Alaska for 50 years. Plus I wanted to get close to Hubbard Glacier and the glaciers in Glacier Bay. Coral Princess is old and parts of it feels dated. Our Cabin had plenty of space and storage and a nice balcony. Our cabin Steward was great. The food was not impressive, but at least I wasn't ...
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Sail Date: July 2019

Cabin Type: Balcony


Very Carnival Like

Review for Royal Princess to Alaska

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kaayla

6-10 Cruises

Age 60s

This was my 9th cruise. I was disappointed in the food, the service and the entertainment. Princess used to be the premiere cruise line. Now it's very mediocre, less elegant and felt very much like a Carnival cruise. Everything was very basic and the kids were mostly unaccompanied by adults in the lounge and entertainment areas. No one removed the children from the adult entertaining to the ...
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Sail Date: June 2019

Cabin Type: Interior


Beautiful Ship, but Over Shadowed by Primary Goal of Princess to Make Money

Review for Royal Princess to Alaska

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Bono2

2-5 Cruises

Age 40s

Pros: Beautiful ship and interior lobby, nice variety of food available throughout day including a lot of salmon, nice cabin, very comfortable beds, some nice staff, cool medallion technology allowed to open cabin doors, easily order food, drinks, casino money, good gym, jogging track, basketball court, ping pong, pools, large screen outside showing nightly movies, concerts, gelato shop, great ...
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Sail Date: June 2019


Good cruise but outdated ship

Review for Island Princess to Alaska

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Rosycurls

First Time Cruiser

Age 30s

My husband and I are Latinx, in our 30s and decided to do the cruise for our honeymoon. We began in Whittier and ended in Vancouver. The good: - Cruise was small compared to others which makes it more intimate - Food was really good, specially in the buffet - Staff was super friendly and helpful - Our cabin was cleaned on a regular basis - Plenty of entertainment option (some a ...
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Sail Date: June 2019


Wouldn't repeat

Review for Island Princess to Alaska

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Profbugs

First Time Cruiser

Age 50s

Cabin steward and service throughout ship was good. Cabin well above 70 degrees throughout even though thermostat set on cold. Glad balcony had a door which opened. Food was disappointing- buffet breakfast was a zoo fighting aggressive people for a table. Lunch and dinner selections big on sushi, Indian....stuff I don't eat. Main dining room more civilized. Food selections inconsistent ...
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Sail Date: May 2019

Cabin Type: Balcony


Good Overall Service, Poor Wine With the Beverage Package

Review for Coral Princess to Alaska

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ibcasper

10+ Cruises

Age 70s

Wanted the land tour along with our repeat of the cruise portion from years before. Found the accommodations at the Princess Cruise lodges in Denali, Fairbanks and McKinley somewhat primitive, but certainly adequate. The one night in Anchorage was at the Captain Cook Hotel and found the facility and of superior quality. A great 5 stars for them. We recommend that in the Princess Hotels that room ...
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Sail Date: May 2019

Cabin Type: Balcony


Do’s and Don’ts

Review for Coral Princess to Alaska

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mcarol6972

2-5 Cruises

Age 70s

Always wanted to see Alaska. Did a land tour first and got to see Denali (McKinley) 3 times in full sun. Put us in the 1% of visitors that did. Ship needs a full refinish for leaks, linens that were close to threadbare, deck flooring, buffet room and so on. The cabin staff was ok. Couldn’t get hot water in shower and when we asked our cabin steward about it he said he would check it out but ...
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Sail Date: September 2018

Cabin Type: Balcony


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