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Paul Gauguin Review

5.0 / 5.0
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Review for Paul Gauguin to the South Pacific
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6-10 Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Jan 2013

We booked a cruise on the Paul Gauguin which included a three night stay at the Intercontinental Hotel in Tahiti prior to the cruise and a day room there the day of disembarkation. At the last minute, we were joined by another couple on the cruise portion of the package.

First, let me say that the Intercontinental Hotel in Tahiti is a beautiful facility, with plenty of lounge chairs and towels, several pools, and a closed lagoon area for snorkeling. The rooms were clean and comfortable. We had some issues with service, but management went the extra mile to correct and make right any issues we experienced, so kudos to them. We would stay there again.

On to the cruise. Our wait to board was non existent, with embarkation a simple walk on, get your ID, and then we were led to our room by one of the stewardesses. Our bags were already there. This was only a portent of the wonderful treatment to come.

Cabin Review

Lots of storage, nicely appointed, small but average for cruise ships. Marble floor in bathroom with full tub as well as shower. Quiet, very nice.

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