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Crown Princess Review

4.5 / 5.0
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2032 reviews
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Wonderful Holiday Cruise

Review for Crown Princess to the Mexican Riviera
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Georgiane
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Nov 2016
Cabin: Oceanview

A short Holiday cruise from our home port!! We did a Thanksgiving Cruise last year but it was only 4 days long, this one gave us an extra day and an overnight in Cabo. We parked in the cruise ship parking lot and pulled our suitcases up to the door - easy as one - two - three. Checked in within 20 minutes of getting there. We were on the ship at noon, it was great. Since we brought our luggage with us, no need to wait around for it.

We always go to the dining room for lunch if we are on the ship before 1:30 (that is when the main dining room closes and you have to go to the Buffet). Just a tip, if you ask the crew which dining room is open your told that it's not open and only the buffet is open, not true.... go find the dining room on your own. Its a nice way to start the cruise.

The ship was clean and crew was continuously making sure it stayed that way. We stayed in Cabin P203, which is on the very bottom deck in the very front. We have had this cabin on 3 cruises, for some reason we like being close to the International Cafe, and we like being in the very front. Cabin is very quiet except when arriving in ports Our cabin steward was great. We requested bathrobes and received them shortly after requesting them. In the morning when returning from breakfast our room was always already straightened out. I call him Ninja Rommel!!!

Cabin Review

Oceanview

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Cabin is in very front of the ship on the very bottom on Plaza Deck. We liked it because we were close to the elevators and close to the International Cafe. It gets a little noisy when docking, but while at sea this is a very quiet cabin

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Los Angeles

We live in the area

Cabo San Lucas

we did our own thing. Had a nice meal in port

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