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24844 Avenue Rockefeller
Santa Clarita, CA 91355
Phone: 1-800-774-6237
Rating: Deluxe
Ships: 18
Average Length: 900 ft
Passengers: 670 - 3100
Outside Cabins: Average 80%
Day Spas: Yes
Health Spas: Yes
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Princess Cruise Line put the romance in cruising with their "Love Boat" theme. The Princess Grand Class ships are incredible floating resorts. They have grand ballrooms that seat up to 2,000! The very popular Lotus Spa offers a complete array of treatments including massage at sea. Each ship is equipped with a complete fitness center complete with ocean views.

To add to the romance theme, Princess Cruise Line now offers movie's under the stars with a complete open-air movie theater on the aft pool-deck.

Princess Cruises offer 7, 10 day Caribbean cruises, 7 day Mexico Cruises from Los Angeles, 7 & 10 day Alaska Cruises during the Summer months and many Europe and Mediterranean Cruises.

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Reviewed By: John
From: Melbourne, Australia
Trip Date: November, 2014
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Cruise Line: Princess Cruises / Ship: Dawn Princess

"I have cruised previously on 6 different ships and I found that the Dawn princess was the worst I have been on. We obtained a cheap price with an indoor stateroom for the New Zealand trip and basically got what we paid for. Cabin was above the Vista Lounge which played extremely loud music until midnight. We could not sleep until it finished, and started again at 8am with an exercise class. No my time dining on this ship, had to wait until second sitting to use the main dining room. Cabin way to small, no lounge or in fact any chairs in the cabin. Ship had over 1900 passengers on a 77,000 ton ship which explains why the cabins are small. The only good thing I can say about it that the food was excellent (4.5 stars), cabin stewards and table waiter also very good and the wine policy is to be commended, you can take 1 bottle of wine each on board no charge and extra cost $15 corkage each. If I ever went on a Princess cruise again, the cabin would have to be located away from any noise." - John from Melbourne, Australia

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