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Crown Princess Review

4.5 / 5.0
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2019 reviews
3 Awards

Family vacation

Review for Crown Princess to the British Isles & Western Europe
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Dorieo
6-10 Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Aug 2019
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We chose this cruise because we liked the itinerary. The ports were fantastic! We did not use any princess excursions. I found independent tour companies on line. I highly recommend Butler's in Ireland, Uniquely Scotland (ask for Mark) and Spearhead tours at Le Havre (Florin is incredibly knowledgeable about D Day) .

The time on the ship was disappointing. Crown Princess looked old and shabby. There was no drink served when we got on the ship. No towel animals on the bed at night. The activities on board were repetitive and not exciting. Even the entertainment was so-so. Nothing was terrible, but nothing stellar either.

Food in the main dining room was hit or miss. Some meals were wonderful others not good at all. The buffet was awful. We worked hard to not eat there since it was so bad. We had one dinner at the Crown Grill which again was just OK.

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Cabin was a good size for 3 adults. Plenty of space for our things. The balcony was nice although we didn't use it as much as we thought we would. Our cabin steward, Norman, was fantastic! My 23 year old daughter did not like sleeping in a top bunk and moved her mattress onto the floor. The next night he had a roll away in the room for her without being asked. He also had a bucket of ice waiting for me each night.

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