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Regal Princess Review

4.0 / 5.0
1,738 reviews

How the mighty have fallen

Review for the Eastern Caribbean Cruise on Regal Princess
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

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Value for Money
Public Rooms
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Sail Date: Mar 2023
Cabin: Balcony

This cruise was relatively inexpensive and convenient,since I live in Fort Lauderdale.The food and service has gone way down.The staff looked very unhappy.The best was my steward.I am very neat anyway.The food was cold and repetitive.I filled out the comment card and got no response.In the past they correct immediately.In general ,cruising will never be the same again.Had the spa pass for the week.Really don't like Co Ed.They need revenue in any way possible.There were a few kids.Princess not known for spring breakers.Maybe the more wealthier ones.I only had one drink.Princess has the least perks of any loyalty program.Didnt see any shows or eat in the main dining room.Dont have the patience.I am single with no children.Had a slight argument with an elderly lady in gym.She thought I was on the bike too long.Told me there used to be signs.Oh well.I try not to debate old ladies with time on their hands.

Cabin Review


Nice size Good tv.

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