Queen Victoria Review

4.0 / 5.0
584 reviews

Nice ship but no tours for wheelchair passengers.

Review for Transatlantic Cruise on Queen Victoria
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adisguise
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Nov 2017

We chose this cruise to get some winter sun without needing to fly. The ship is fabulous and most of the staff were 2nd to none though we felt there could have been more staff especially in the Britannia restaurant where they were rushed off their feet. .

Embarkation was very smooth and hassle free. We were in our cabin in no time and our luggage arrived soon after. The cabin was accessible and a generous size with excellent bathroom facilities.

The food in the Britannia restaurant was very good though the wines expensive. The lunch menu in the Lido was repetitive.

Cabin Review

We had an accessible cabin which was a generous size and had one of the best wet rooms on any cruise. Lovely big bed but pillows were uncomfortable. The balcony was a bit tight for a wheelchair but a welcome addition.

Port Reviews

Ponta Delgada

Not visited before so was interesting. Pretty place to wander around

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