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4 Night Pacific Coastal Cruise from Los Angeles

4 Night Pacific Coastal Cruise from Los Angeles

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Itinerary

  • Day 1
    Los Angeles
  • Day 2
    San Diego
  • Day 3
    Ensenada
  • Day 4
    Cruising
  • Day 5
    Los Angeles
  • Day 5
    Los Angeles

Royal Princess

Royal Princess - Princess Cruises

Pros

Sixteen dining options provide an excellent variety

Cons

Lacks popular aft pool found on other Princess ships

Bottom Line

Classy, modern ship with a traditional air


Cruise Reviews

Sail Date: August 2019
Fantastic Family Journey Amazing sights, amazing ship. Shore excursions could not have been better. Ship personnel were friendly and courteous The food and restaurants were top notch. Cabin was comfortable and the view ... Read More
Fantastic Family Journey Amazing sights, amazing ship. Shore excursions could not have been better. Ship personnel were friendly and courteous The food and restaurants were top notch. Cabin was comfortable and the view from our balcony was outstanding. We were midship so , for the most part, any ship motion was virtually imperceptible. The itinerary could not have been planned better. We saw so much in such a short time. The excursions offered by Princess, gave a wonderful choice of things to do and see in Alaska. The information provided also allowed us to choose excursions with the proper activity levels for seniors and a child. Never had time to attend any shows onboard. We came back from our excursions hungry and exhausted. If there’s any drawback, it’s the amount of sales pitches going on for the ship shops. The meeting that was supposed to be about the shopping in ports, turned out to be a sales pitch for jewelry for sale onboard. Too much time wasted sitting in sales pitches Read Less
Sail Date: August 2019
We chose this cruise bc of the itinerary. We think Princess has the best one in Alaska. The ship was very nice. We bought a suite to make it extra special. Unfortunately you really don’t get much more with a full suite than you do with a ... Read More
We chose this cruise bc of the itinerary. We think Princess has the best one in Alaska. The ship was very nice. We bought a suite to make it extra special. Unfortunately you really don’t get much more with a full suite than you do with a jr suite except a bit more room and a lot more cost. Unfortunately the balcony was always dirty bc of the smoke stacks and all the suites are aft. Our room steward could’ve done better keeping it clean. Our table outside was missing a bracket so was wobbly and eventually fell out. Also, the food sucked (cruise food is never good and Sabatinis was the worst) and much of the staff was rude. We’ve actually had better service and staff attitudes on Carnival. Overall we had a good time bc we were with good friends and we are all pretty easy going people. The excursions we chose were not that great. You’re not missing anything by not seeing the lumberjack show in Ketchikan. The zodiac expedition could’ve been better but they cram too many people on one boat. The Jeep excursion in Juneau was fun and the whale watching we did later. Skip the city tour in Skagway, and don’t even consider the wildlife expedition bc you’ll only see eagles probably... and you’ll be stuck on a school bus all day. The train to Denali was great. The tundra tour in Denali also great. The river boat and gold dredge in Fairbanks was interesting and I didn’t expect it to be. Princess definitely has it organized well. They get you to and from every part of it without incident. The food at Princess lodge in Denali is decent but not at all in Fairbanks. Read Less
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Sail Date: July 2019
We just completed a 7 day Alaskan cruise on Royal Princess ship. Princess Medallion System, in my opinion, is a breach of privacy. You wear or carry this medallion around your neck on somewhere on your body all the time. It has all your ... Read More
We just completed a 7 day Alaskan cruise on Royal Princess ship. Princess Medallion System, in my opinion, is a breach of privacy. You wear or carry this medallion around your neck on somewhere on your body all the time. It has all your personal info on it. It is used as your cabin key, access to get on and off the ship, drink or any other purchases you make on the ship. The problem we had was another person's picture (whom we had no idea who he was, nor did Princess) appeared on the screen outside our cabin. After 2 days, Princess was finally able to correct. But, anytime you have your medallion on you, and you are near a Princess computer screen (to order drinks, purchase anything on ship, etc) anyone with their medallion on in that area, if you are purchasing or not, your picture info appears on their screen. I believe this is also why it takes bar service so long to ring up your drink - shuffling through lots of photos. Plus the medallion unlocks your cabin door long before you get to your cabin. I feel it should only unlock the cabin door after you swipe the medal on the screen outside your door. And if you are using medallion on Princess - make sure you download the app before you get on ship. It took us an entire morning to get this done. Waited in 3 long lines for staff to assist. First 2, said they didn't know what to tell us, finally the 3rd was able to help. But then you're always attached to iPhone.... and chat feature does not alert you when you have a chat. Also we had balcony cabin on 11th floor (B631). Balcony is very small compared to other cruise lines we've been on. And balcony door very hard to get opened from inside. Dining room - if you want surf/turf or steak will cost an add'l $29/person. If you need to store luggage post cruise, there is a hotel at the end of pier that will store for $10/day. Read Less
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