Grand Princess Cruise Review to Caribbean - Western

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2-3 cruises


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5 out of 5

A wonderful cruise!!

Sail Date: November 03, 2007

Reviewed: 9 years ago

Traveled As: Singles/Friends

Room Type: Inside

The ship was immaculate and so beautiful. In all of the ports we visited, none of the ships looked larger or more spectacular than ours. It made embarkation a moment of pride. The dining was supurb. There were many food options to choose from. The ship staff was very accomidating and went out of there way to make sure you had everything you needed and more. We have been on one other cruise and the service on the ship was hands down the best we have had.

Pros: The service was outstanding

Cons: Tennis court is really a paddle ball court,(Doesn't specify that anywhere I read) but still fun!

Recommends Grand Princess? Yes!

Ship Quality
Beautiful and always so clean.
Food and Dining
Very good food, compariable to other cruise lines we have been on.
Cabin / Stateroom
We had an interior room. There was room for all of our things and was still very comfortable.
Service and Staff
The service was impeciable. This was hands down the beast service we ahve had. Excellent!
Fun activities that were age appropiate for everyone. The tennis court is really a paddle ball court. Still a very fun activity but I did not read anywhere before hand that is was not a real tennis court.
Cozumel, Mexico
What a beautiful place. If you love history and the Myan people this is a must see. Georgous views while you wind you way through this ancient town. You need to be able to walk a good distance to enjoy this outing. It is also hot so bring lots of water. Well worth the walk and heat!!
Don't Miss: Tulum
Ocho Rios, Jamaica
We climbed the Dunn River Falls in Jamacia. We had a awesome time. Beautiful scenery and a great adventure. The locals say you haven't visited Jamacia unless you climb the falls.
Don't Miss: Dunn River Falls
George Town, Grand Cayman
We visited the Sting Ray City. This is a natural sand bar about 2 miles out from the shoreline. For 100 years fishermen have cleaned there fish at this location and the stingrays all come too eat. It really was a BLAST!!! they swim right up to you and you feed them squid. It is a aventurous trip and one person who came got too scared and had to get back on the boat. But everyone else seemed to enjoy a once in a lietime ecounter with wild sting rays. I would definitly recommend this outing to those adventerous enough to take the trip. Excellent time!
Don't Miss: Sting Ray City

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