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Diamond Princess Review

4.0 / 5.0
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908 reviews
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One area destroys my over all review!

Review for Diamond Princess to the Mexican Riviera
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10+ Cruises • Age 80s

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Sail Date: Nov 2022

This is my first cruise post pandemic and chose this cruise to avoid distance embarkation point to avoid flying. Simply driving down to San Diego to board this ship was very attractive to us.

We selected mini suite for its size and Club class for dinning convenience. It was well worth it for expedited seating and personal touch. The service onboard by everyone involved was impeccable, it was comparable to luxury class ships or better. We were extremely disappointed in quality of food onboard, if it’s one most important area for cruisers, it’s the FOOD! If you have to go ashore for decent meals, you have failed in repeat customers. Princess certainly can take a lesson from Oceania!

Our cabin was comfortable and spacious, had no issues. One word of caution, if you are physically not able to maneuver, I would avoid mini suite the tub is too deep to use safely. Our traveling companion had to request stool to shower.

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