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Queen Victoria Review

4.0 / 5.0
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527 reviews
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Stateroom unable to turn off air conditioner

Review for Queen Victoria to the Mediterranean
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sy92592
6-10 Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Sep 2018
Cabin: Oceanview

My wife and I choose this cruise to celebrate our 27th anniversary just the 2 of us, and to visit Venice the first time; this ship docked overnight in Venice which is perfect to see this amazing city.

We searched many cruise ships, and choose this one due to the brand name "Cunard" for luxury cruises. We found out to be over exaggerated.

First the cabin is not comfortable due to the air conditioner in the stateroom is not able to turn off; you can set the temperature from cold to hot, but it won't turn the air off !!! We can't sleep with air running in high speed all the time, and made us sneezing most of the time; it's terrible. Checked with the room stewardess and he confirmed that it is centralized control.

Cabin Review

Oceanview

Cabin EB

A/C in the stateroom running in full high speed mode and unable to turn it off !!! It made us sneezing and uncomfortable to sleep.

Port Reviews

Corsica (Ajaccio)

We took city open-deck tour by local/official operator. It was fun.

Corfu

It was raining half of our time there.

Split

It was dirty due to trash everywhere.

Dubrovnik

Amazing to see ancient/old city.

Kotor

The old ancient city wall was amazing.

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