Grand Princess Cruise Review to Caribbean

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5 out of 5

The Splendid Caribbean

Sail Date: November 22, 2010

Reviewed: 6 years ago

Traveled As: Family (older children)

Room Type: Suite

We recently sailed on the Grand Princess. To our surprise we were upgraded to a suite at the last minute. Although I'm certain we would have enjoyed the trip regardless, this made it extraordinary. We enjoyed the comfort of home and friendly wait staff service. The dining experiences were incredible, especially at Sabatini's. The upper deck contained everything to keep you entertained while at sea or at port. The evening music was excellent. The Grand is to be refurbished and I would be interested in sailing again upon completion.

Pros: The Grand Princess has skillfilly mastered the art of handling many people aboard

Cons: Slow elevators

Recommends Grand Princess? Yes!

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