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Sapphire Princess Review

4.5 / 5.0
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976 reviews
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Fabulous One Nighter in a Suite

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10+ Cruises • Age 70s

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Sail Date: Sep 2011
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We have always enjoyed cruising with Princess and this last little mini-cruise really topped the list. We decided that to get even closer to reaching the Elite level, we would take this cruise. We booked 2 insides and we were very luckily upgraded to Caribe 752, an aft penthouse category. We were astonished at the size of the suite of course but to be able to stand on the balcony and to see the Seattle skyline was amazing On the balcony, we had a teak circular table, 4 chairs, and 2 teak loungers, each with its own red plaid blanket.

The huge bathroom was in 2 sections, connected by a teak lined door. The single sink had ample space around it, the toiletries were prettily displayed in a metal container, and the upgraded towels were hung on gold-trimmed racks.

The other section of the bathroom had the clear glass shower stall (good size) and the jacuzzi tub,again with a container of bath salts nearby, plus 4 plush extra large bath towels. Beautiful marble walls and floor.

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Cabin PH

Caribe 752: Walk in closet, fantastic sized balcony for 4 chairs, circular teak table, 2 teak loungers. Good lighting throughout. Quiet location. Great size bathroom, in two separate sections. Good choice of amenities. Complimentary champagne and appetizers are appreciated.

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