Royal Princess Review

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South pacific repositioning cruise

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10+ Cruises • Age 80s

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Sail Date: Sep 2023
Cabin: Balcony

Looking forward to seeing couple of new places and revisiting others. Was already on the Crown Princess in Alaska in may and found that the service and food has got so bad. They seem to be leaving the service out and many crew were not trained. We found that they were using the long ride to train staff. While I understand that if we had been told we could have not so hard on the crew we saw.

The food was very boring and not enough choices for the dinner menu. Even the dessert menu was that same almost every night.

The upkeep was not good enough. Many sofas could be reupholstered and cushions renewed, also with the many older folk aboard with many with challenges, we found that most of the chairs and sofas were way too low to get down let alone to get up!

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Balcony

Need a kettle and cops and tea and coffee bags in cabin. As they now charge for in cabin delivery add them and then no problems. With people having to go all the way to the lido and slop all the way down to the cabin.

Also in this day and age not enough charging ports in cabins…

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