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Once again on a Royal Class ship with princess, we were not disappointed. We had a Club Class Mini Suite on Mariner deck 15. The room was clean, and comfortable. The bed swallowed us up when we went to sleep, and we slept great. Our cabin steward was very good, although we came and went at different times, throwing him off a few times, but he was extremely friendly and accomodating. We ate at the Club Class dining room each evening. All the wait staff addressed us with professionalism and remembered our names after only a few meals. The food choices were ample, and we sometimes ordered an extra plate as an appetizer in the middle to share and sample a little more than we could actually consume. I enjoyed the Casino, playing cards. The dealers were friendly. Thankfully the casino gave me a few dollars to take home with me this time. If you'r shopping for Jewellery, and going to St. Maarten, then visit Joe's Jewellery and ask for Cash to serve you. He'll strike a great price. Once off the water taxi from the pier to town, just walk up to the main street and the store is to your left. In Aruba, we took a taxi up to Palm Beach from the Pier, $14 to $16.00 each way depending where you need to be dropped, and a $2.00 tip. ($1-3 tips are standard for Aruba cabs) At the beach, you can rent a locker if you need one, and beach chairs or just lay on the sand. Lots of places to eat and drink. One of the safest islands I've ever visited. The beach is much wider between the Marriott and Ritz, but the lockers are at the south end of the Marriott on the beach.

We had a great cruise

Regal Princess Cruise Review by canucktrio

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Trip Details
  • Sail Date: November 2018
  • Destination: Caribbean
  • Cabin Type: Premium Club Class Mini-Suite with Balcony
Once again on a Royal Class ship with princess, we were not disappointed.

We had a Club Class Mini Suite on Mariner deck 15. The room was clean, and comfortable. The bed swallowed us up when we went to sleep, and we slept great.

Our cabin steward was very good, although we came and went at different times, throwing him off a few times, but he was extremely friendly and accomodating.

We ate at the Club Class dining room each evening. All the wait staff addressed us with professionalism and remembered our names after only a few meals. The food choices were ample, and we sometimes ordered an extra plate as an appetizer in the middle to share and sample a little more than we could actually consume.

I enjoyed the Casino, playing cards. The dealers were friendly. Thankfully the casino gave me a few dollars to take home with me this time.

If you'r shopping for Jewellery, and going to St. Maarten, then visit Joe's Jewellery and ask for Cash to serve you. He'll strike a great price. Once off the water taxi from the pier to town, just walk up to the main street and the store is to your left.

In Aruba, we took a taxi up to Palm Beach from the Pier, $14 to $16.00 each way depending where you need to be dropped, and a $2.00 tip. ($1-3 tips are standard for Aruba cabs) At the beach, you can rent a locker if you need one, and beach chairs or just lay on the sand. Lots of places to eat and drink. One of the safest islands I've ever visited. The beach is much wider between the Marriott and Ritz, but the lockers are at the south end of the Marriott on the beach.
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Cabin Review

Premium Club Class Mini-Suite with Balcony
Cabin M6 M107
Front corner of the ship over the bridge and wing. Largest balcony with the best views. Some sea days it was too windy to spend time on the balcony, but sometimes the winds were not a problem. The door is never locked that you can't go outside. The sofa is only a love seat, not a fold out bed. There are cabinets to store your clothes in the bedroom area, with plenty of storage space. The cabin wraps around the bathroom so the bed is in almost it's own room. M108 is the mirror of the cabin on the port side.
The layout of L107 and L108 are very similar but the cabinets for clothing are as you walk into the room across from the bathroom door. The bed area is a bit more roomy on the Lido deck, but the room is very similar. The balcony is not as large but is still large.
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