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Queen Victoria Review

4.0 / 5.0
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530 reviews
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1st time on Cunard - very enjoyable

Review for Queen Victoria to the Mediterranean
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Red Ray
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Apr 2018
Cabin: Oceanview, obstructed view
Valencia
St Mark's Square
Doge's Palace
Roman Forum
Rock of Gibraltar
Queen Victoria at anchor off Sicily

After 14 years cruising on P&O, DW and myself decided on a change as I was celebrating a big birthday.

We loved the elegance of the ship, the white star service and the friendliness of 99.99% of the staff.

We dined in Britannia on 2nd sitting and had great table companions. The food was better than Pando and the Lido buffet was fine. We had 1 night in the speciality restaurant Coriander and that too was fabulous.

Cabin Review

Oceanview, obstructed view

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Perfectly adequate. Slightly larger than the corresponding grade on P&O we thought. Good flat screen TV with Sky Sports which impressed me! Steward was Ariel who was quiet but pleasant and kept the storeroom nice and clean. Bathroom had an attractive marble type sink but a downside was the shower size - I'm only average height and weight (at least until after the cruise!) but found it a bit of a squeeze.

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