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Royal Princess Review

4.0 / 5.0
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1719 reviews
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Overcrowded, understaffed and terrible service

Review for Royal Princess to Australia & New Zealand
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oskidunker
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Nov 2022
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Traveled with children

We booked this with 9 family members to celebrate Thanksgiving hoping for a stress free holiday.

what we got was 4000 people on the ship, Long lines for everything and poor service'

Dining: We were forced to book 7:10 before we left on the cruise asw nothing early was available. Only one dining room for reservations. The other two was a free for all.Dinner took two hours with no time for desert.The first night we arrived at 7:10, were not seated until 7:20 and got no food until 8pm, unacceptable with kids.We ordered desert at 8:30. By 9;15 it had not come so we left. Kids very dissapointed.

Cabin Review

Very large cabin with wonderful sitting area. Very small balcony Very nice bathroom with tub.

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