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Our cruise starts in Memphis with an overnight stay at the Sheraton. We weren't very impressed with this hotel or the breakfast laid on for all the passengers making this overnight stay. On to the boat and we were on deck 4 in an outside stateroom. The cabin was cosy a little bit smaller than the only previous cruise we've done. It was 160sq ft if that helps. The food was very good the crew were very good and the daily organisation of going ashore and visiting historical sights and communication of information was very good. Everyday there were additional tours at an extra cost around 59 dollars plus per head.The nightly entertainment was a matter of taste. It was mostly musically based and was ok. The WiFi was pretty poor unless you were in specific areas. The main restaurant was fine with tables set for 2 up to 8, there was another restaurant at the front of the boat where you could eat 24 hours a day. We went there for breakfast one morning and it was just too noisy for that time of day so we didn't go back. We disembarked in New Orleans.

A great cruise

American Queen Cruise Review by Jerry1049

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Trip Details
  • Sail Date: March 2016
  • Destination: USA
Our cruise starts in Memphis with an overnight stay at the Sheraton. We weren't very impressed with this hotel or the breakfast laid on for all the passengers making this overnight stay.

On to the boat and we were on deck 4 in an outside stateroom. The cabin was cosy a little bit smaller than the only previous cruise we've done. It was 160sq ft if that helps.

The food was very good the crew were very good and the daily organisation of going ashore and visiting historical sights and communication of information was very good. Everyday there were additional tours at an extra cost around 59 dollars plus per head.The nightly entertainment was a matter of taste. It was mostly musically based and was ok.

The WiFi was pretty poor unless you were in specific areas. The main restaurant was fine with tables set for 2 up to 8, there was another restaurant at the front of the boat where you could eat 24 hours a day. We went there for breakfast one morning and it was just too noisy for that time of day so we didn't go back. We disembarked in New Orleans.
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