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Ruby Princess Review

4.5 / 5.0
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1788 reviews
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Ruby Princess - would I recommend her??

Review for Ruby Princess to the Western Mediterranean
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10+ Cruises • Age 50s

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Sail Date: Jul 2012

Ruby Princess R223 Grand Mediterranean 12 day cruise

Embarked in Venice at tea time after a day's travelling. No queues to check in and quickly arrived at our cabin. Rod, our steward came to see us immediately and welcomed us warmly telling us to let him know if there was anything we required and he would organise this. I asked for a couple of bathrobes, a daily supply of ice, and any 'to purchase' items in fridge to be removed. Then straight off to dinner.

We has asked for and were granted an early 6pm sitting, table for 8. We arrived at table 81 in Botticelli restaurant to find a table for 2. It appeared that there were a large number of extended families on this trip who had used up all the larger tables. I had always thought that tables for two were difficult to get, however we soon made friends with the two other couples either side of us, so it wasn't an issue. Our waiter, Lawrence, was excellent. He was very knowledgeable about the menu and gave us good advice throughout the cruise plus free speciality coffees and extra portions of popular dishes. His assistant, Itsel, was a charming young woman, new to this job, but definitely with potential. They looked after us beautifully.

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Standard sized cabin C310 on deck ten. Deck ten balcony cabins have extra large balcony size. Right by laundrette. Very quiet throughout. Showerroom.

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