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Ruby Princess Review

4.5 / 5.0
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1782 reviews
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Positives and Negatives about Ruby Princess at the British Isles

Review for Ruby Princess to the British Isles & Western Europe
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Jessiekouli1
10+ Cruises • Age 20s

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Sail Date: Jul 2014
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Our family of four chose this cruise due to it's itinerary (which selected fantastic ports to cover the British Isles) and of course with princess being loyal princess cruisers. This was our 8th princess cruise and 14th overall. Expectations were high being it was one of the newer ships we'd been on.

Positives

The staff are brilliant! They are all professional, friendly and go out of their way to serve/please you. I cannot fault one staff member I met and believe they make every princess cruise wonderful. Staff ratio is great; you always feel taken care of.

Cabin Review

We always cruise with a balcony finding the room more airy and spacious. Room was well spaced, with two single bed, a large couch,two televisions and two single beds. There was also a desk and two beside tables. Bathroom was large and adequate but not he largest we've ever had. The wardrobe as a highlight- plenty of space for clothing and suitcase distribution. The room was clean and well maintained. Our bath did have a slow plumbing issue but it didn't concern us much. Satisfied with our quarters but not the best we've ever had, even whilst on princess.

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