Crown Princess Cruise Review to Mexico

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7+ cruises

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2 out of 5

Recent Cruise

Sail Date: September 25, 2016

Reviewed: 1 month ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Inside

While this wasn't our favorite ship for a 10 day cruise, there was nothing seriously wrong.  We always enjoy sitting on the Promenade deck on lounges,  but there were none on this ship.  The chairs were not particularly comfortable for relaxing and there were not many of them.  The food on the buffets was almost always the same and seemed a little "stale".  We always look forward to the chilled soups at dinner and this time what was listed as soup was served in a glass with a straw!  Not our idea of soup.  The dining room was exceptionally noisy also. We enjoy the shows in the main theater, but as always, it was so LOUD we had to use earplugs.  Can't the sound level be lowered??

Cabin / Stateroom
Nice and clean and we had an excellent steward. Since we planned out trip only one week before departure, we were in an inside cabin and while it was very small, there was plenty of storage.
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San Pedro (Los Angeles), California
San Diego, California
Been there so many times, we stayed on the ship most of the time.
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
At Sea


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