Regal Princess Cruise Review by tammigirl
- Sail Date: October 2017
- Destination: Caribbean
- Cabin Type: Mini-Suite with Balcony
It was our first time in a mini-suite and I think we are spoiled now. We will go back to other cabins, but I will try to find deals on mini-suites with more fervor than before.
The food was great. Alfredo's is probably my favorite dining spot on the ship. Mongolian BBQ in the buffet one night was one of my favorite meals of the cruise. I'm grateful for the salmon being on the menu all the time because I tend to go for it a few times every cruise. It's really well done.
The people are the best. Our room steward too fantastic care of us and seemed to be always around. The room steward from Last December was around and she told us if we needed anything at all to feel free to ask her, too. The Maitre D' on the starboard side of Symphony was great. He always made everyone feel so welcome. He knows exactly how to make everyone feel special without being too much.
The ship itself is fantastic! The only thing I would change about it is maybe even more hot tubs. There is plenty to see and do every single day.
When we cruised last December the whole ship was decorated for Christmas. This was a Halloween cruise and I was pleased to see it wasn't full of Halloween decor. There was major Halloween fun on Halloween itself, but it did not overshadow the cruise.
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There's so much extra space in a mini suite that it feels luxurious compared to a balcony suite. We played games in our cabin and made use of the extra space. The curtain available to separate the cabin in half if there were extra people sleeping on the other side was a nice touch. The bathtub was pure luxury on a ship. We made good use of it, as well.
There are plenty of drawers in the nightstands and desk, we actually had unused drawers. We put all our clothing in the tower of shelves and closet, and all of the makeup, hair, and personal items in the drawers.
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