Wonderful Christmas Caribbean Cruise
Royal Princess Cruise Review to Caribbean
Review summaryOverall, we enjoyed our Christmas Caribbean cruise very much and would definitely do it again. Next time, I think I'll bring more gluten-free desserts/snacks onboard with me and we will do more excursions rather than waiting to find them at the pier.
Food and Dining
This is not a place for those of us with gluten allergies. The only thing they make is gluten free muffins. As I was instructed, I requested two chocolate chip muffins the day before, but when I went back the next day to pick them up no one knew what I was talking about...so I ended up ordering the muffins again. I went back to pick them up the next day and they asked me to wait. It took them 20 minutes to come back as if they had forgotten and tried to quickly make them. When them finally came back and I tasted them they were not even edible. I was disappointed. The muffin tasted more like a breakfast biscuit with chocolate chips in it. Actually, it was worse than that. It was not good at all. Since gluten free batters are a dime a dozen at local grocery stores these days, it is just beyond me why they couldn't make a gluten free muffin that was more pleasing to the palate.
We loved using the jogging track. It was great!
The Royal Princess is one of only three ships that have The Enclave at the spa. My husband and I did a tour of the spa of the first day and purchased a special package offered for the Enclave for $100pp. We were if it was worth it at first but boy oh boy were we extremely happy with our purchase! The Enclave is FANTASTIC!!! Not enough space here to explain what it involves so I encourage you look it up yourself. The Enclave became our go to place to relax and unwind on a daily basis! Oh how I wish the Enclave was on every Princess ship!
Service and Staff
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