Diamond Princess Cruise Review to Mexico

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2-3 cruises


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4 out of 5

Great Times

Sail Date: September 30, 2006

Reviewed: 10 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Inside

The Diamond Princess, the name said it all. It's a very nice, clean & beautiful ship. We had a blast and enjoyed every bit of it. We have already recommended Princess to several of our friends and will be booking our next cruise very soon.

Pros: Everything! Clean room, great entertainments & most importantly GOOD FOOD!!!

Cons: ummm... this is a tough one. Oh, we forgot our formal ware...

Ship Quality
Love the multiple pools.
Food and Dining
The selection of foods & type of dinning style were awesome.
Cabin / Stateroom
Size of the room was a bit smaller than what we've expected but it worked out.
Service and Staff
Everyone was very nice & helpful ~ thank you!
The costumes were fantastic and performances were great. Good job! We also enjoyed the cooking show; perhaps you should consider to have two sessions of it instead of just one.
Mazatlan, Mexico
Must visit the Golden Zone.
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
We didn't get to see the entire city so that was a bummer but we did enjoy the horse back riding for the very first time.
Don't Miss: Horse back riding
Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
Our stop was too short, we didn't get to see much of city but was able to tour the "lover's beach".

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