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Not really a premium experience / nickeled & dimed

Review for a Pacific Coastal Cruise on Sapphire Princess

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birdtraveler
2-5 Cruises • Age 20s

Overall, I would say "meh". 1. The stateroom was old and outdated, very reminiscent of the mid-1990s. The shower was small and the curtain did nothing to keep water out of the bathroom / bathroom floor. The bed was very comfortable however. 2. Upsell, upsell, upsell. They constantly try to upsell you on everything. Room service isn't free - you have to pay a $15 activation fee. At the ...
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Sail Date: May 2024


Late boarding, late disembarking, and long lines.

Review for a Pacific Coastal Cruise on Sapphire Princess

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CAN265
First Time Cruiser • Age 50s

We were late boarding the ship due to Norovirus on the previous cruise that got 1/2 of the passengers sick. We were also late desembarking in Vancouver due to mechanical issues. Because of this we had to reschedule our flight which cost $550.00 but the cruise would only reimburse $400.00. On the first day we won a upgrade to one of the two premium restaurants but could not even use it because ...
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Sail Date: May 2024

Traveled with children


Never taking a Celebrity Cruise again

Review for a Pacific Coastal Cruise on Celebrity Summit

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doux
2-5 Cruises • Age 30s

Dining: Although we had early dining and had confirmed table (card was in our stateroom) we were booted within 2 hours of dinner and placed on anytime dining. With 2 small children in tow, this absolutely reprehensible. On top of that our waiter wasn’t friendly at all, we tried to greet him cheerily and he would just hand the menu and walk away. He had the capacity, he greeted his fellow ethnic ...
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Sail Date: May 2024

Traveled with children


Our First Celebrity Cruise

Review for a Pacific Coastal Cruise on Celebrity Summit

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soiepu
6-10 Cruises • Age 50s

We have cruised many times, and enjoyed cruising overall. Unfortunately, we were very miserable this time -- our precious vacation time wasted, money wasted. Overall it was a highly disappointing experience. Most crew members were friendly and helpful, from housekeeping to managers. Our cabin and most areas on the ship were clean. The ship is old. Summit needs a TLC and yet she is ...
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Sail Date: May 2024

Traveled with children


Very pleasant cruise

Review for a Pacific Coastal Cruise on Celebrity Summit

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Claire82
2-5 Cruises • Age 80s

Brief review: The Summit was most enjoyable. Very clean, the entire crew extremely friendly and accommodating. We were in Concierge Class on Deck 8 with an outstanding steward. Our cabin was quiet and in very nice condition. All the food we had from buffet to MDR to room service breakfast was quite good, although the choices in the MDR were all rather rich which is different from how we usually ...
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Sail Date: May 2024


Not the best food at sea

Review for a Pacific Coastal Cruise on Regatta

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ElandMar
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

Despite Oceania claiming to be the best food at sea, sadly it is not. Lukewarm food on cold plates spoils the finest of cuisines. Like all cruise lines, the ship is spotless, the service is good and almost all crew very pleasant. Officers are conspicuous by their absence and safety does not seem to be their primary concern. An issue with mobility scooters was most poorly handled when lack of ...
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Sail Date: May 2024

Traveled with children


Disappointed

Review for a Pacific Coastal Cruise on Zaandam

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Johnnylightening
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

Not as good as previous experiences with Holland America. Food in the Lido was poorer quality and the hot table items were barely warm, very poor vegetable selection. the main dining room menu choices were not great and now there are more up charges. On previous cruises with this line and the others we have travelled with the food was always one of the highlights this time it was definitely ...
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Sail Date: April 2024


Should of stuck to Royal Caribbean

Review for a Pacific Coastal Cruise on Zaandam

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Kptelcom
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

While the itinerary of this cruise attracted me, and the shore excursions were pretty good, the food was poor, lukewarm and sometimes cold. I didn’t like the selections. I’m not into Dutch cuisine I guess. The service was extremely slow. Our room, a vista suite was very nice but there was no water pressure in the shower and while some may like the bathtub, it made things difficult for my husband ...
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Sail Date: April 2024

Traveled with disabled person


Cheap Food on Choppy Seas

Review for a Pacific Coastal Cruise on Ruby Princess

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Cosmo11
2-5 Cruises • Age 60s

We took the 'Wine Country' cruise, up the West Coast, earlier this month, with 5 ports from San Pedro to Vancouver BC. Great itinerary, mostly pleasant employees, terrible food. We had to pay an extra $60. per person, per day, for a 'drinks, internet and gratuities' package, required even for drinking water, and were restricted from eating in the better restaurants onboard, unless we welcomed ...
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Sail Date: April 2024


Loved Koningsdam

Review for a Pacific Coastal Cruise on Koningsdam

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NJoynCruisin
First Time Cruiser • Age 70s

It was our 5th cruise on Holland. We had been sailing Royal since pandemic, but got a casino offer from Holland. We've always enjoyed Holland and this gave us a chance to get our foot in the door. We booked Club Orange and were not disappointed. Booked Have It All, probably not do in future, we get drinks in casino. We were worried after posts said drinks were only for 1 person, but they were ...
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Sail Date: March 2024


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