Review by ajdyer

Honeymoon Cruise

In response to review, jetsvettes says ...

My dear you found the secret to elevators. ‚ The front elevators are crowded and you have to wait forever. ‚ Secret is to stroll to the back and take the rear elevator.

I don't know what was going on with your beverages but remember the squeaky wheel gets the grease. ‚ I use the anytime dining and have had good luck. ‚ It is always a good idea to schmooze with staff to get their attention if you want attention. ‚ A few good strokes go a long ways so get in their face and compliment them often just so they know who you are. ‚ If you have a problem with a slow waiter just call the man in the white coat over (looks like the warden at a prison watching everyone) and let him know what your problem is.

Tags: Princess Cruises Royal Princess Caribbean - Southern

1 Answer

Thank you for posting a review... and CONGRATULATIONS!!

We had a similar issue with after dinner coffee service on our recent cruises (Crown and Island). How odd that it seems to be a systemic problem for Princess. We got around it by forgoing dessert with dinner and getting something later in the Horizon Court where we used the coffee card to get lattes to go with.

Agree w/jetsvettes about getting to know crew members. As we are people watchers, it amazes us how often fellow passengers are downright rude to crew members. A smile and some pleasant conversation goes a long way. We learn so much about where they are from that it piques our interest to travel there. Dubrovnik is a great example of that... and we are so thankful that we visited Croatia as a result. What a beautiful country and people.


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