Regal Princess Review

4.0 / 5.0
1,785 reviews

Switched our cabins and did nothing about it

Review for the Baltic Sea Cruise on Regal Princess
2-5 Cruises • Age 40s

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Sail Date: Aug 2019
Cabin: Interior

Ship was nice, huge, but things were laid out awkwardly in the buffet (had to walk through many separate sections before you could figure out everything they had to offer). Norwegian buffets are set up better - more open concept and not compartmentalized sections so you can more easily walk around to everything before you make your choice. Also ping pong tables were awkwardly situated beside the basketball court on the top deck, rather than on the pool deck where everyone could take better advantage and see if/when they’re free. Hot tubs were nice but at least one was always out of order and one or two others had no bubbles.

Food in the sit down dining rooms was mostly excellent. Especially the steak and prime rib. Top notch and melt in your mouth!

Desserts were also amazing, especially the “Chocolate Journeys” specialty desserts.

Cabin Review


Cabin IC

Cabin was fine, sewer smell coming from the toilet at times.

Port Reviews


Great city, easily walkable and you can see most major sites within one day.


Ship port is far from Stockholm. 20 min walk to train and 45 min train ride in to the city. Once there it’s beautiful, especially Old Town and the Royal Palace


Loved Helsinki! It was quieter than the other cities and easy to get around everywhere on foot.


Nice small medieval town. Lots of things under scaffolding and centre was super crowded but we enjoyed it. Try the Estonian “fake” chocolate made with malted barley and Vana Tallinn liqueur.


Didn’t go to berlin. Stayed in Warnemunde and it was a lovely quaint seaside town. Water was freezing through! Lovely walk on the beach and through the town.


Loved Oslo and Norway. Walked around town and took a tram to Vigeland Park. Amazing city! Didn’t have time to go into any museums but would love to n one day

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