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Queen Victoria Review

4.0 / 5.0
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532 reviews
4 Awards

Excellent Holiday Cruise

Review for Queen Victoria to Hawaii
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10+ Cruises • Age 50s

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Sail Date: Dec 2011
Cabin: Princess Suite

Having travelled on the Queen Victoria in 2008 we were happy to be returning and knew how beautiful the ship truly is. Because we had 4 sea days in a row going and coming from Hawaii, we decided to treat ourselves and upgraded to a Princess Gill cabin. It was worth every penny and I hope to do it again! The Princess Grill dining room was excellent and we had one of the best tables for 2 (109).

Our waiters were Rajesh and Edwin and they did an excellent job of taking care of us. The Queen Grill lounge was a nice place to relax before lunch or to enjoy afternoon tea, however it does get VERY crowded at tea time and just before lunch. Cunard might want to expand this space just a little, because at peak times compared with everywhere else onboard I felt very crowded in this space.


Cabin Review

Princess Suite

Cabin P1

Cabin 7068 (P1) Princess Grill - This cabin is just way too close to the central service area and to the midship elevators/stairwell to be a P1, a P4 maybe. There is a service closet outside of the Carpathia suite (7070) that is directly beside the cabin and when the butler's are working in the closet there was some banging sounds you could hear in the cabin, mostly at very early in the morning and it was annoying.

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