With more than 1,330 cabins of varying configurations, the Diamond Princess has a cabin suited for everyone. Whether lounging in a suite or resting in an interior cabin, all guests will be meet with luxurious furnishings, wonderful amenities, and a friendly and attentive service staff. Half of the total cabins come with a private balcony, and guests staying in outside cabins without balconies are still offered a breathtaking ocean view thanks to the large picturesque windows.
No matter what the time is, day or night, no one will ever go hungry on board the Diamond Princess. With flexible dining options, guests can dine whenever they want between 5:30PM and 10PM. At the popular pizzeria Prego, Neopolitan-style pizza is offered fresh out of the oven by the slice and by the pie. Thanks to the 24-hour complimentary room service on board, guests can enjoy a small snack, a full dinner, or maybe just a few cocktails from the comfort and privacy of their own cabins. The Diamond Princess also offers guests three specialty dining experiences: enjoying a taste of Italy at Sabatini's, indulging in steak and seafood at Sterling Steakhouse, and satisfying their appetites and eyes with sushi and sashimi at Kai Sushi.
Entertainment and Activities
The Diamond Princess is packed with activities to keep guests of all ages entertained. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the live shows put together by world-renown directors and choreographers. But if you want to stay on your feet, feel the rhythm and dance the night away at Club Fusion or Skywalkers Nightclub. Feeling lucky? Then, maybe a few rounds at the Vegas-style casino is more your speed. Stay active with a game of basketball or volleyball right under the sun and cool down with a dip in the freshwater pools with either a good book or thirst-quenching cocktail in hand. And for younger guests, The Treehouse, The Lodge, and The Beach House are the places to be with art projects and science projects as well as video games and youth-only parties.
Wellness and Sports
The Diamond Princess provides not only entertainment but wellness opportunities, too. Pamper yourself in the Lotus Spa with facials, wraps, and massages, and hit the Lotus Spa Fitness Centre to stay in shape. Guests can also enjoy a little Japanese culture with the IZUMI Japanese bath, based on the traditional onsen. Boasting both indoor and outdoor baths, steam rooms, saunas, and hot tubs, it is the largest Japanese bath at sea. And just to take a break from it all, adults can retreat to the Sanctuary, where they can enjoy light meals, signature drinks, and massages.
The dress code on this ship is generally casual. Feel free to wear whatever makes you feel best. However, the dress code becomes smart-casual once the sun sets, and elegant to formal attire is recommended for special occasions.