Regal Princess Review

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downhill continues

Review for Transatlantic Cruise on Regal Princess
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Oct 2023
Cabin: Balcony

We selected this cruise as we wanted to see London. Good price and high obc. Princess continues to go downhill. Main dining room is bland. Desserts are repetitive. Buffet sausages taste like cardboard. Liquid eggs are used. The head waiter said he’d get me omelet made with fresh eggs. Shouldn’t have be like that . Pastries are frozen, some hadn’t been thawed out. The other head waiter told me it takes 20 minutes. As if thats the answer. They keep reducing variety. Coffee all over the ship was bad. You have to pay for more things. Room service is $15 to order on app, then you pay more after that. Atrium pizza place you have to pay now. Crown grill we waited 2 hours for the main course. The captain came by and started running his happy mouth. I went off about the 2 hours. He said maybe it come eventually and walked off. The porterhouse was stringy, greasy, fatty, and tasteless. For 2 people it was a $78 copay. What a sad joke. The atrium is tooooooooo crowded for dance classes. They never really replaced the explorers lounge from the grand class ships. Club 6 and princess live floors are too small.

Princess has good prices. They offered $600 obc, $260 obc from ta, $250 carnival shareholders, $200 from future cruise credits, and $50 from referring members of our party. They cut back our elite from free internet to 50percent off and would not exchange free elite cabin bar setup for coffee card. We gave it to friends who drink. We did have free laundry. Sabbitinis was excellent. Crew, except the captain and managers at crown grill, were excellent. Pool side grill and pizza still free and great.

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