The Ocean Princess has a total of 344 cabins, 200 of which have private balconies. This makes her smaller than other ships and gives her a quieter, more private atmosphere. However, this does not mean that you will need to sacrifice any big-ship luxuries—quite the contrary! Her comfortably furnished cabins are designed to make you feel your best and leave no wish unfulfilled.
As on all Princess ships, all food on board the Ocean Princess is prepared by master chefs. In fact, the whole fleet is a proud member of the gastronomic society, “Chaîne de Rôtisseurs”. New culinary creations are presented daily and will surely impress even the pickiest gastronome. Traditional meals are served at regularly scheduled dining hours in the Club Restaurant, whereas delicious local cuisine can be explored in the specialty restaurants. Visit the Italian Trattoria Sabatini restaurant or the Sterling Steakhouse, or let yourself be served an exclusive dinner on your private balcony. Small meals and snacks can be found in other diverse buffet restaurants, bars, pizzerias, and at pool bars on deck. You can also take advantage of the 24-hour cabin service to stay satisfied around the clock.
Entertainment and Activities
You can expect only the best entertainment aboard the Ocean Princess. With the Cabaret Lounge, Pacific Lounge, casino, and numerous bars, the evening entertainment programme knows no bounds. Lots of fun activities are also available for kids, such as board games, ice cream parties, and kids’ meals. Your thirst for learning can also be quenched at sea with diverse exhibits, auctions, lectures, and a library on board. You could alternatively shop to your heart’s content in the Ocean Princess’ many duty-free stores and boutiques.
Wellness and Sports
Get moving with shuffleboard, golf, jogging on the athletic track, or in the fitness centre, where all the latest exercise equipment can be found. Wellness for the spirit can be tended to in the Lotus Spa and in the whirlpools. Calm your body and soul and use your holiday to relax to the max.
The dress code on this ship is generally casual. You’re free to wear whatever makes you feel best. However, the dress code becomes smart-casual once the sun goes down, and elegant and formal clothing is recommended for special occasions.