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Royal Princess Review

4.0 / 5.0
Editor Rating
1693 reviews
7 Awards

For a full suite, we were not happy with the service, old carpet etc.

Review for Royal Princess to the Mexican Riviera
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10+ Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Feb 2020
Cabin: Premium Suite with Balcony
Traveled with children

Mothers 90th birthday, port is local/easy drive, like the ship overall, always enjoy the Riviera. We have sailed on the Royal 8 times and enjoy the ship. It's not as nice as the Emerald and such, as the layout of this ship is awkward. Having the open deck on 7, is quite enjoyable for most people.. They Royal forces you to stay inside, unless you go up to deck 16, which is often too windy/cold. Our full suite was filthy, with multiple non working lights. It took 4 days to get the lights all working, but we had a filthy room the whole time. The steward did NOT change the sheets in the babies crib,leaving crumbs etc for the baby to sleep on.. He did NOT provide us with the amenities that are given with a suite.. We spent too many hours reporting things, showing repair crew what was wrong etc... C102.

We did have CLUB CLASS dining, which was nice as there is no wait. We requested a waiter that was not in CC and they brought him over.. He provided excellent service throughout the cruise.

Encore is a great show, the others are so so...

Cabin Review

Premium Suite with Balcony

Only has one sliding door. Bedroom has no door, just a window. Steward didn't know how to service a suite...

Port Reviews

Los Angeles


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