Crown Princess Cruise Review to Mexico

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5 out of 5

High School Reunion Cruise

Sail Date: January 18, 2016

Reviewed: 1 year ago

Traveled As: Large Group

Room Type: Balcony

We were a group of sixteen who enjoyed our second "mini-reunion" on the Crown Princess cruise listed above.  We were told ahead that there had been cases of noro virus on board on the cruise before ours.  The crew worked diligently throughout our cruise, cleaning and serving us in the dining areas, to keep us as healthy as possible.  

Our only complaint would be that, due to a late start leaving San Pedro, all dining was "open seating"; however, we were not informed of that ahead of time and our group was't able to be together that first night at dinner.  Also, not being able to touch anything in the buffet line made for a slow move through the line and our not being able to customize our meals.  After our first buffet lunch, we began having our meals solely in the dining room - a big plus!

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We usually had early morning room service with coffee and a pastry, which we enjoyed.
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When the Princess Patter lists "movies under the stars" passengers should be aware that the movies are also shown in the Princess theater when the weather is inclement. We were not aware of that the first two days and missed two good movies!

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