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Royal Princess Review

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Review for Royal Princess to Alaska
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10+ Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Aug 2019
Cabin: Mini-Suite with Balcony

We chose this cruise because we love the Royal Class ships and we knew who the maî·tre d'hô·tel was. On the Royal class ships the Enclave as part of the Spa is just such an incredible place to unwind, and it's only on the Royal class ships. We selected Club Class Mini-Suites because we loved the extra experience in club-class dining and were not disappointed. We have sailed to Alaska a few times and Princess has always been wonderful from start to finish. Our only blemish on the cruise was an excursion in Skagway, Photography, which was more time in the van than taking pictures. However, it was followed up with the glass blowing experience at the Jewell Gardens which was wonderful. We also purchased the photography package which allowed us to keep all the pictures taken on the ship and they are provided on a thumb drive too. This creates an excellent set of reminder memory for the cruise, and because they were on a thumb drive they were shareable immoderately

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Mini-Suite with Balcony

Cabin M1

Port Reviews


The only unfortunate issue at Ketchikan was due to tide in Vancouver our time there was cut short.


Awesome fun. You get to actually blow a glass ball and then it's shipped to you.

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