Enchanted Princess Review

A few design flaws in a new ship

Review for the Western Mediterranean Cruise on Enchanted Princess
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: May 2023

The itinerary was excellent covering many countries and exciting cities. The design of the ship left something to be desired. The cabin was very small and the balcony was also very small. The bathroom was so tiny. A bit more space could have been allotted to the bathroom. Princess scores a ''MISS'' on this one. Perhaps a few less cabins and a bit more space per cabin was in order.

There seemed to be a shortage of public washrooms. You had to search for one and when you found one, the number of stalls was very few.

Princess has always been high on my ranking of cruise lines, but after this cruise, they have fallen a few rungs. I was looking forward to the new Enchanted Princess, but I was disappointed and will likely give Princess a pass in the future. It seemed like this was a training cruise as there appeared to be many new crew members.

Cabin Review

The cabin was small and the balcony even smaller. The bathroom was very tiny. Storage space was good. The automatic light that was motion sensor was very annoying. The shampoo and body wash dispensers were tough to maneuver as they were very close together. Beds were very comfy.

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