We had a four generation cruise on Sky Princess. We were a group of eight with the oldest 78yrs and the youngest 4yrs. The ship is so accessible it met the needs of the whole family. My mother used a wheel chair. We had two mini suites M220 and L219. The suites were roomy and had lots room for every ones suitcases and clothing. The ship was huge but easy enough to navigate. The hardest part was knowing which were the odd and even hallways. It would be nice to have a sign that you can see when you come out of the elevators.
The food was great and the staff were excellent. We had early dining 5pm in the Estrella Dining room. Our waiters were Gerry and Axel, they were amazing. Gerry always made sure my grandson got his hotdog with no relish early so he could go to the kids club and we could enjoy our meal. Axel always remembered our drinks and made sure we had everything we needed. On our first night my grandson was falling asleep in his chair and the lady in charge, with the short blonde hair brought him an extra chair and a pillow so he could sleep. We were so impressed.
The kids club was amazing, my four year old grandson had so much fun and made so many friends. The staff are so patient and seem to really enjoy their job.
We loved the entertainment staff. We spent most nights in Princess Live because there was only a couple of shows in the theatre we wanted to see. The Rock Opera show was really good. We were there an hour early to get seats. The show fills up fast. We didn't watch the movies under the stars. Again there wasn't really anything we wanted to watch
The pools were fun but loungers were hard to get. We had the best luck at the wake pool. It is nice to sit in the pool and the ocean through the window. We had a great time and found that there was something for everyone..
Our cabin had tons of storage. The couch pulled out to a single bed and a bunk was on top. We also had a double bed. We had a perfect view from our balcony. We had three adults and a child and did not feel crowded.
We love this park. Great interactions with monkeys and birds. They have golf carts to take people with limited mobility. Ziplining through the jungle ( for an additional fee) was a highlight for a few people in our party.View All 191 Gumbalina Park Reviews