Enchanted Princess Review

4.5 / 5.0
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Big Ship. Never Felt Crowded.

Review for the Western Mediterranean Cruise on Enchanted Princess
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Dannyski
2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Nov 2023
Some of the islands of Greece at sunset, while underway.
Our comfy mini suite, looking toward the balcony.
Mt. Etna from deck 16. Three days later it erupted.

We are Princess regulars. We wanted to sail the Mediterranean, and this time period worked for us. The food, service and entertainment were exceptional. No problems. Mini suite. Deck 11 of 16. Mid ship. Movie under the stars. Stage shows of Las Vegas quality. This ship is newer than other Princess ships we have sailed. Furniture, decor, floors, and walls were fresh, showing little wear and tear. Having the Princess Plus package made the cruise even better. WiFi and drinks were the highlights of it. And prepaying a crew gratuity removed the concerns of having to deal with it while demarcating. We already booked it for our next cruise. The ports were well selected. The shore tours were overwhelming due to the amount of information and sights to take in. There were eight ports, with most in Greece. One in Turkey and two in France. We bookended the actual cruise with a few days in both Rome and Barcelona. We are so happy we sailed with Princess.

Cabin Review

Spacious. Comfortable. Balcony was small but adequate. Bathroom was warm, roomy for one at a time. Bed was firm enough. We slept well.

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