Pride of Aloha (RETIRED) Cruise Review to Hawaii

Contributor Level: Deck Hand

Experience
7+ cruises

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5

3 out of 5

A Bit Disappointing

Sail Date: July 22, 2007

Reviewed: 6 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Balcony

After cruising on thirteen previous ships, we were a bit disappointed in the Pride of Aloha. Much of the ship is worn and the service was less than we have become accustomed to. For example, four nights out of the seven, no one came to turn down our beds or pick up our room. NO candy was left on our pillows and no busboys were on duty in the dining room. It seems that the staff is either short handed or they don't work as hard as the crew on other ships. The ship has no casino and we have been spoiled with duty free shopping that we weren't offered here. There was no midnight buffet and the meals were rather mediocre. We still had a very nice vacation but the small details that make cruising such a pleasurable experience were lacking.

Pros: The itinerary

Cons: Service, ammenities on board

Recommends Pride of Aloha (RETIRED)? No.

Hilo, Hawaii
Hilo, Hawaii
Kailua-Kona, Hawaii
Be sure to experience the Captain Zodiac tour. It was a wonderful experience as dolphins swam within arm's length.
Kailua-Kona, Hawaii
Be sure to experience the Captain Zodiac tour. It was a wonderful experience as dolphins swam within arm's length.


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