David Waugh | October 11, 2016 | Princess Cruises | Royal Princess
An excellent trip to the Carribean. There are however a few points to make:
1 it would have been better to stagger the ‘sea days’ throughout the cruise.
2 it would have better to visit another island rather than Princess Cays.
3. The towels in the state rooms were poor and looked cheap.
4. It should be made clear in the dining rooms that coffee is available. When we were presented with the desert menu it appeared that coffee was extra, which we thought was a bit cheapskate.
5. The Royal Princess was a fabulous ship but the lift control system seemed to be a bit erratic. We often had to wait quite a while for a lift to respond to a call. This was particularly frustrating when going to the buffet on deck 16. Our staterooms were on deck 15 and as there were no stairs in midship, we either had to wait for a lift or walk to one end of the ship!
Otherwise is was a great trip and we would chose Princess again.
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