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Queen Victoria Review

4.0 / 5.0
Editor Rating
530 reviews
28 Awards

Very Cunard

Review for Queen Victoria to Canary Islands
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10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Dec 2018
Cabin: Balcony

See cabin review below. The Victoria was in very good order, and nicely decorated for Xmas and NY. No welcome drink despite slick embarkation and with bags in cabin immediately.

Entertainment in the evening was above average and during the day OK with good lecturers in the morning although the port lectures had funny timings. Plenty of quizzes and table & paddle tennis which suits us.

The Lido restaurant was good with plenty of variety though just sometimes tricky to find a table . Dining in the Britannia Restaurant - The food was OK but often not exciting, though plates were hot. Service was professional but the waiter wasn't good at the socialising.

Cabin Review


Cabin BC

The cabin was fine, large enough and with enough drawer space. The verandah though a good size had a metal barrier, but was unobstructed view. The only serious issue was how tiny the shower was and with a curtain. It worked well but tiny. Also not enough shelves in the bathroom. Lastly no night light which is quite important nowadays for mature people.

The cabin had a kettle, a fridge, good power points, excellent safe, comfortable bed, good TV though you cannot see your bill online. Cabin steward could not speak English, so no bonding.

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