Grand Princess Review

First Alaska cruise 14 days

Review for Alaska Cruise on Grand Princess
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10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Sep 2023

Picked this cruise as a B2B to the Vancouver-Sydney relocation cruise. The weather for 14 days was bleak, but doing a return trip we managed to see everything we wanted, though we missed Hubbard Glacier and the first Ketchikan stop. The internet worked well and we had no problems with the Medallion app. Would have spent more time in the casino except the smoke smell was terrible, seeping out into the atrium. We found the ship temperature to be comfortable and the cabin aircon worked well.

We found the food to be of a high standard, even though the menu could have had more variation. We ate in the Crown Grill and Sabatini's. The food was very good in both, with the wait staff in Sabatini's excelling. The $14.95 casual dining in Alfredo's was very good value.

The noise in the atrium was overpowering when live music was happening, making it impossible to discuss anything with guest services staff.

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