This was our 8th cruise with Princess and the first time on the Ruby. This was a 10 day sailing. As platinum passengers the embarkation was flawless. We were on the ship within a half hour of arriving and went directly to our cabin on Aloha Deck mid ship. The cabin was the usual balcony cabin. The steward was great and made sure we had our extra hangers and towels. We decided to go to horizon court for lunch as it was still before main boarding had taken place. We were disappointed in the Buffet as the food was cold and not very interesting. We put that off to embarkation lunch.
We loved the itinerary and very much enjoyed Loreto and La Paz. I would recommend that Princess add these to regular Mexico sailings and drop Cabo. These towns are easy to get around on your own.
The areas that we found lacking were food (quality) and enrichment seminars. The food in the Horizon was cold and it did not seems to matter what you got. I spoke with one of the managers and he did not seem to care. Other people have also mentioned this in their reviews. The food and deserts did not change for the first three days of the cruise. The deserts quality and variety was also the same in the IC, which I remember as having a much higher quality, but not on this sailing. We were any time diners and found waits of up to 30 mins on multiple nights so we ate in Horizon and also at the Trident Grill. Trident Grill had a smokehouse BBQ at night which was good. You now have to pay for the pub lunch which we refused to do as it has always been included.
Clean and well kept by the steward. Princess cabins could use an update.
We did a walk of Little Italy and enjoy lunch at an Italian restaurant.
We used the free shuttle provided by La Paz. It was an enjoyable ride into the city with guide provide to tell us about the area. The city was very clean and had a large market place.
We just embarked and disembarked.