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Diamond Princess Review

4.0 / 5.0
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Diamond Princess: good value but this is economy cruising

Review for Diamond Princess to Asia
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Martin N
2-5 Cruises

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Sail Date: Feb 2012
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PRINCESS CRUISES

DIAMOND PRINCESS

When we booked our 35 day cruise, taking us some 13,000 miles from Auckland to Beijing with 16 stops in New Zealand, Australia, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan and China we wondered how Princess could meet the standards we have experienced on Cunard and Holland America at a cost of only £140 per person per day on a magnificent ship and in a mini suite with one of the largest balconies imaginable.

Cabin Review

Cabin AE

Great cabin. You will have to accept single beds but you will enjoy having a bathroom simply vast by cruiseship standards and a balcony which is, at least, twice the size of any other we have enjoyed and, being at the end of the deck, offered views to the port and the aft.

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