Caribbean Princess Cruise Review to Caribbean - Eastern

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Experience
4-6 cruises

Review
1

Helpful Votes
5

4 out of 5

Excellent ship & wonderful staff!!

Sail Date: March 04, 2007

Reviewed: 6 years ago

Traveled As: Family (young children)

Room Type: Suite

Ship was incredible! Although there were 3000+ passengers it didn't feel as if it was ever crowded.

Pros: Anytime dining, child programs

Cons: Food not as good as other ships.

Recommends Caribbean Princess? Yes!

Ship Quality
Rooms were wonderful (we had a mini suite) and layout was great for storage.

Public areas were clean. They had hand sanitation stations before all buffets.

The pools were great. 2 for adults only and 2 where children were allowed.

Only thing we didn't like was there wasn't one complete dec that went all around the ship. The promenade deck had steps and the jogging track wasn't a complete oval either.
Food and Dining
Food was good but desserts were not that good. Pizza bar was great.

Anytime dining was awesome!!
Cabin / Stateroom
Rooms were wonderful (we had a mini suite) and layout was great for storage. Bathroom had lots of space and plenty of room in the closet. Having the balcony was also a nice treat! Bed was comfortable and linens/towels were great quality as well.
Service and Staff
Staff was wonderful. They were polite and happy to help make the trip a comfortable and fun trip to remember.
Entertainment
There seemed to be a lot to do for everyone's tastes and activity level.
Children's Programs
Absolutely the best. The space for the program was great, lots of variety of activities and the staff were wonderful! They always placed safety first and all the children were having a ball. Many didn't want to leave when their parents came to get them as they were having so much fun!!
Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas
Coki beach was great. A short cab ride and the water was beautful - no need to pay to get in and wonderful snorkeling. The fish actually swam up to you in waist high water! Cardows is a great place for buying jewlery!
Don't Miss: Coki Beach!
Princess Cays (Cruise Line Private Island)
Everything is right there. The water beautfiul and lots of activities from water sports to volleyball to sunbathing. Even a special place for the little ones with a playground and activitiees! BBQ lunch was just so-so but then you can always go back to the ship to eat if you want.
Don't Miss: Child's area
Philipsburg, St. Maarten
Great Bay Beach! Right there off the ship and close to the shopping so you can do both and not miss anything!
Don't Miss: Great Bay Beach
Princess Cays (Cruise Line Private Island)
Everything is right there. The water beautfiul and lots of activities from water sports to volleyball to sunbathing. Even a special place for the little ones with a playground and activitiees! BBQ lunch was just so-so but then you can always go back to the ship to eat if you want.
Don't Miss: Child's area
Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas
Coki beach was great. A short cab ride and the water was beautful - no need to pay to get in and wonderful snorkeling. The fish actually swam up to you in waist high water! Cardows is a great place for buying jewlery!
Don't Miss: Coki Beach!
Philipsburg, St. Maarten
Great Bay Beach! Right there off the ship and close to the shopping so you can do both and not miss anything!
Don't Miss: Great Bay Beach


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