Paul Gauguin Cruise Review to South Pacific
Sail Date: July 30, 2011
Cabin Type: Balcony
Traveled As: Couple
Reviewed: 5 years ago
Review SummaryFrench Polynesia and Cook Island itinerary was excellent. Service was professional; room service w/in 10 min. Wines were high quality. Rich french food at dinner got overwhelming for 11 days. Ate frequently at the Asian influenced Grill to lighten up. Rooms were comfortable. Staff curt in the French boutique restaurant. Evening entertainment below par; dated and often amateurish. Travel desk not open @ independent touring outside of excursions, although excursions were high quality and fairly priced. Did the pre sail tour to Moorea and it was spectacular.A great way to tour the islands.
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Don't Miss: View of Moorea from Intercontinental.
Don't Miss: wine and cheese on your balcony as you sail away at dusk.
Pros: destinations, days on motus,balcony stateroom, food and wine
Cons: evening entertainment on most eves was dated and amateurish