4 Princess Crown Princess Cruise Reviews for Cruises for the Disabled Cruises to Caribbean - All

We went with a large group (100+) organized by a very reputable agency. The agency owner & key organizer traveled with us & did their best to address issues, but... The room was consistently over 75 Fahrenheit - even after two ... Read More
We went with a large group (100+) organized by a very reputable agency. The agency owner & key organizer traveled with us & did their best to address issues, but... The room was consistently over 75 Fahrenheit - even after two visits from engineering staff. Front desk said it wasn't possible to send a fan... In a truly bizarre twist, the cold water was over 100 Fahrenheit - I've never before had a hot cold shower. Before booking, specified that we would need multiple electrical outlets at bedside (both use CPAP + other med device) - no problem. When we arrived, there was a 1-outlet extension cord & no outlets near bed. It took 2 calls & 3 increasingly heated visits to customer service before finally getting a 3-outlet strip to use with the cord. Partner uses a 48-lb collapsible power chair, but can do short standing transfers. There are no accessible excursions on this voyage... none. Had a great time on the islands hiring our own (considerably cheaper) private excursion or renting a car. Cabin hallways are consistently clogged with housekeeping carts. The cruise director is regularly on the overhead screeching about the latest sale & the entire ship is designed around squeezing out every dollar possible. The 'Sports Deck' has no sports... it's the kid's area. Highlights Some of the staff were truly exceptional. Some of the dining room dishes were excellent and creative. Most of the theater presentations were excellent. Read Less
Sail Date October 2019
I initially chose this cruise because of its itinerary. Unfortunately though the stops are very appealing, be sure to check the amount of time spent in each port; I found that some of the best ports only had a five hour dock. Also, this ... Read More
I initially chose this cruise because of its itinerary. Unfortunately though the stops are very appealing, be sure to check the amount of time spent in each port; I found that some of the best ports only had a five hour dock. Also, this ship never disembarked on time along with the fact the majority of its guests are 70+ years of age and have assistive devices (even longer wait times and disembarkation times). Ship itself is average- nothing fancy, nothing extravagant. We spent the first 3 nights of our stay in a HOT cabin due to "AC issues". The dining for us was a huge disappointment. This ship happens have the smallest buffet area I have ever seen that served leftovers from previous days. The food is bland and lacks presentation. It would appear as though we're being served slop. My son and I had to rely on the Salty dog and Slice pizza to enjoy any meal. The ship was filled with individuals that have gotten free rooms (because they gamble in the casino) so they come across as ungrateful/bored/miserable people. My son hated this trip and told me he refuses to cruise again. I was robbed in Bonaire during an excursion. When I got back on the ship after spending my time in the police department filing a report, I needed to contact my bank. USAA was called for me however they needed to verify me with a text message or email. The ship refused to give me internet access for the moment to verify my account NOR did they ask me if we were alright! I was told we could purchase internet for the day rate of $20. At this point I felt Princess didn't deserve any more of my money so we stopped at a Starbucks on the next island. I will cruise with others again, but Princess is a HUGE disappointment. Read Less
Sail Date October 2019
We arrived the day before, choosing a hotel with free transferts from airport and to port. But, they changed the rules before we gat there, so now they charge 10$/pers to port... a taxi cost 25$. We were 4 adults, so we chose the taxi. ... Read More
We arrived the day before, choosing a hotel with free transferts from airport and to port. But, they changed the rules before we gat there, so now they charge 10$/pers to port... a taxi cost 25$. We were 4 adults, so we chose the taxi. Embarcation was fast (we are Platinium) and they offer cake and coffe while we wait in a private lounge. The ship, our cabin, dining venues and especialy the service was wonderful! Entertainment was good when the dancers and singers were giving the show, but stand-ups were skeaking too fast for those who were not english speaking (native). Ports : we had been to most of them before, so we just walked around in the neighbourhood, except for Dominica, where we took a tour by Princess (good idea, since it was late and they waited for us!). We were surprised by 2 other family members who joined us for the cruise! They managed to find out our cabin number and booked the cabin just beside us! We then opened the balcony doors to have a 3 cabin balcony... very nice! (for confidentiality... that is another story!) We did the same cruise last year and truly enjoyed both cruises. Read Less
Sail Date March 2019
Absolutely wonderful 10 day cruise in Jan toSouthern Caribbean Medley on Princess Crown. The Crown is a beautiful classically decorated ship with Serene and elegant decor. Easy to get around. From food to excursions to weather....awesome. ... Read More
Absolutely wonderful 10 day cruise in Jan toSouthern Caribbean Medley on Princess Crown. The Crown is a beautiful classically decorated ship with Serene and elegant decor. Easy to get around. From food to excursions to weather....awesome. We were on Caribe deck 10 room 219 and had an extra large balcony. Excellent service from steward. We did 5:15 traditional dining in Davinci. Samrun was the head waiter. Pancakes in dining room in am excellent. Buffet provided plentiful variety. Pizza was great! We spent two afternoons in the Sanctuary which was very pleasant. However you must go immediately to the Sanctuary to reserve upon embarkation as it sells out and options were not our first choice. Plan ahead know your schedule for the week when you arrive to make your reservation. We were offered citrus or cucumber water, tea, sandwiches, pastries, and desserts in the Sanctuary. The Entertainment and activities plentiful. Only blemish was princess tour in Curaco called Made in Curaco which varied from advertised itinerary and took us to a market in an area that is being turned around. Overall this was very minor. The items for sale were really a donation and of little value. We took a spice island tour in Granada by Mandoo Seales which was excellent. He is a local and really gives a insiders view of the island. In Aruba we selected a tour by Vacations to Go for tour of Aruba Aloe with our guide Gary. Dominica Princess cocoa plantation tour with our guide Sharika was great, even if the road was not for the faint of heart. Sharika was funny and spoke excellent English. The information on how chocolate was made was exceptional information. Ample samples given at end of tour complete with a cooking demo. If it was raining I would not want to be on this road. The January weather was perfect. Mid 80’s no rain, beautiful sunshine. Wonderful vacation. There were four in our party and I would actually repeat this trip in a few years. Read Less
Sail Date January 2019
Crown Princess Ratings
Category Editor Member
Cabins 4.5 4.1
Dining 4.0 3.8
Entertainment 4.0 3.6
Public Rooms 4.0 4.2
Fitness Recreation 4.0 3.8
Family 4.5 3.8
Shore Excursion 5.0 3.7
Enrichment 4.0 3.4
Service 4.5 4.2
Value For Money 4.0 3.8
Rates 4.0 4.1

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