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Discovery Princess Review

4.5 / 5.0
120 reviews

Beautiful Ship, Way Too Crowded

Review for the Mexican Riviera Cruise on Discovery Princess
10+ Cruises • Age 20s

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Sail Date: Feb 2023

This was my first post covid cruise and was looking for something close to home, The fact that I could drive to the ship and park across the port was great. Check in around 11AM wasn't super smooth with the long lines a precursor to the amount of passengers on board.

Cabin: I liked the cabin as a solo, but unsure how two people could cruise in such a small space with tiny balcony. Bathroom was small and rather outdated vs other new ships. Also, the cabin creaked and banged more than any other ship I was on, with most noises coming within the walls and ceiling. Cabin steward was amazing.

Crowds: Wow, I think this was the most crowded ship I have ever been on. With 1,000+ kids the ship was sailing with a rumored 4,000 passengers. No one at the front desk would tell you passenger count. Lines everywhere, packed loud pools (a DJ blasts club tunes all day)

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