Royal Princess is sister ship of the Regal, Majestic and Sky Princesses. Cruising the Caribbean and Mediterranean as well as North and South America, there is sure to be a route to amaze you. Enjoy interactive shows, art exhibits, a casino, library and photo gallery. There are also other activities available such as cooking demonstrations, mystery evenings and quiz shows.
There are a vast number of dining choices onboard. Casual dining areas include 'Horizon Court', 'The Pastry Shop', 'Alfredo's Pizzeria', 'International Cafe' and 'Vines'. To avail of a more traditional taste, you should visit the 'Chef's Table Lumiere'. 'Sabatini's' and 'Crown Grill' are two dining areas which cater for passengers in search of more elegance and regional flavoured meals. Try some Italian-inspired cocktails at 'Bellini's' or martinis from 'Crooners'. With sports centers, lawn games, Lotus spa, golf putting and jogging and walking tours onboard, the wellness of the passengers is truly taken care of.
Come aboard the Royal Princess and discover one of 228 cabin categories on a total of 15 decks that can accommodate 3560 passengers. Whether 15 m² or 51 m² - everyone will find their perfect cabin here. Choose your dream cabin and feel at home on board the Royal Princess!
The Royal Princess is famous for her Down Under cruises. Get on board in Sydney, Brisbane and Auckland and sail around Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, New Caledonia and other beautiful close to home destinations. Feel like wandering further out? Explore Alaska, Hawaii, California, Mexico and Asia. These cruises will depart from Yokohama, Vancouver, Seattle, San Francisco or Honolulu.
Shopping at the award-winning Shops of Princess will bring so much joy. Not only are all prices tax- and duty-free, so you can save up to 30%, but the variety is absolutely fantastic. There are world famous fashion designer brands, like Calvin Klein and Chanel, beauty by Clinique and Estee Lauder, fine jewellery, watches as well as local crafts and souvenirs.
You will find a great range of stateroom categories to choose from, most of which boast a private balcony. The most affordable option is the Inside Cabin, the most opulent – the Suite. Whichever you go with, you will feel right at home surrounded by elegant, comfortable furnishings and all the amenities you may need – your cabin is the place to relax and get away from the hustle and bustle on board. The Suite features an array of bonus extras, like priority embarkation and disembarkation, heaps of space, complimentary specialty dinner, a full bathtub, complimentary laundry and much more. The ship offers a number of wheelchair accessible staterooms that boast turnaround space, a roll-in shower, a fold-down seat and an accessible closet and desk.
There is always action in the Royal Princess’ kitchen, the chefs are busy preparing delicious dishes from scratch for you to enjoy every hour. There is a myriad of included options, like the buffet at the Horizon Court, the 24-hour International Cafe, Alfredo’s Pizzeria or the poolside Trident Grill. Specialty restaurants serve extraordinary dishes that are some of the best at sea and on land, so it is well worth paying a little extra for. Enjoy a kitchen show and mouth-watering steaks and seafood at the Crown Grill, or go for hearty authentic Italian at Sabatini’s. Customize your dining experience with Dine My Way and book your table at the Main Dining Room or another restaurant for the time that suits you.
Days at sea are filled with buckets of fun. However old you are, you’ll be fascinated by the Discovery at Sea Programme that will have you stargazing on the top deck, looking for Bigfoot or learning all about sharks. Take part in an onboard TV show or an art auction, get your sweat on playing basketball with fellow passengers, or relax by one of the numerous pools. The Casino is there for you to try your luck. Evenings are spent listening to beautiful music, enjoying spectacular productions and shows, watching movies under the stars and dancing. The Princess Theatre presents exclusive Broadway-style productions like ‘The Secret Silk’. Festivals of the World events are perfect for getting to know other cultures.
Get away from it all and spend the day at the Sanctuary, the adult-only retreat that offers al fresco massages, light meals, cocktails and, most importantly, peace and quiet. If this wasn’t enough, book some time at the Lotus Spa and get pampered. The list of treatments is extensive, there are hot stone massages, ocean wraps, facials as well as hair and nail services for women and men. For something extraordinary, check out the largest ever Thermal Suite with its hydrotherapy pool, heated stone and water beds. The Suite boasts three different steam chambers. Once you are done relaxing, go ahead and energize a little at the Fitness Centre. There are numerous classes like TRX suspension training, yoga and much more on offer.
The youngest passengers on board the Royal Princess are spoilt for choice. Apart from heaps of general activities they can take part in, like playing sports on the Sports Court, learning with the fascinating Discovery at Sea events and splashing in the onboard pools, there are dedicated kids clubs that cater to them exclusively. Let your 3 to 7-year-olds compete at building with Lego, dance and enjoy pyjama parties at the Treehouse, while the 8 to 12-year-olds are busy rocket building, stargazing and treasure hunting with the professional childcarers at the Lodge. Teens of 13 to 17 can chill, watch movies, dance and take part in the Rock the Boat teen-only party at the Beach House.