This is the second time we've cruised on the Majestic since the re-start after Covid shutdown. The Majestic is one of the newer ships and has a different layout which we thought was very nice---especially the Hollywood Conservatory at the front of the ship. The staff was helpful and courteous despite staffing shortages industry-wide. The food and service were very good---there were only a couple of items that I would rate as just good--not excellent. Overall, the Princess line provides a quality experience AND WE KEEP RETURNING!
The Hollywood Conservatory is an excellent vantage place for hearing lectures while viewing the glaciers in Glacier Bay. I doubt other ships have such a great viewing area. The indoor, adult pool is a lovely area to hang out even if you don't want to swim. The cabana area is great to meet for cards and other games.
The Atrium is a beautiful place to get coffee and light dining from the International Cafe. There almost always is some sort of music or entertainment going on in this popular, center ship, meeting place.
Very clean and modern--linens were new and fresh. The bed was a bit firm for me, but we all have different needs with mattress firmness. The only complaint I could offer is the new lighting system that comes on if one gets up at night. I don't care for that.
Don't bother to get off the ship---We didn't
There is really too much to see and do in one day, but I would suggest going to Balboa Park as there is lots to do there. Also, go to see the Del Coronado Hotel if you haven't been there before--it's a beautiful old hotel and the beach is nice in that area.
So much to see and so little time. I'd recommend an overview tour of the city if you haven't been there before, a trip across (or under!!) the Golden Gate Bridge, a walking tour of Muir Woods (spectacular , peaceful area), a short tour of Sausalito, and a visit at Golden Gate Park--there are many thing to see and do there.