Princess Cruises prioritizes your comfort with oceanview, balcony, mini-suite, full suite, interior, and limited mobility options. The interiors - the most affordable choice - are 158 to 162 square feet and come with a spacious closet, among other features. If you've got a big group, a mini-suite - 323 square feet, with a balcony and sitting area - offers ample space to stretch your legs and unwind. All rooms come with 24-hour room service.
Dining & Gastronomy
Royals eat food made by celebrity chefs, so why shouldn't you? At Crafted by Curtis Stone, you'll dine from a menu developed by the celebrity chef. Indulge your family's sweet tooth at Chocolate Journeys, where acclaimed chef Norman Love will take your love for chocolate to new heights. These options are included in your payment, but for some specialty dining, you'll love the surf and turf at Crab's Shack and Timeless Steakhouse Traditions.
Entertainment and Activities
Festivals of the World honors cultural traditions, such as Oktoberfest and Rio's Carnival, so dance, eat, and party your way around the globe. At the Piazza, feel transported to Europe as you walk through squares filled with boutiques and street performers. Your kids will love the Beach House and the Lodge, where they can play video games, watch movies, and spend time with other children. The open-air, poolside amphitheater is the perfect place to catch a movie.
Casual sportswear is allowed, but restaurants require either smart casual or formal attire. For smart casual, men should wear pants and open-neck shirts, while women should wear skirts or dresses, slacks, and sweaters. On formal nights, in the traditional and anytime dining areas, tuxedos, dinner jackets, or dark suits with a tie are required for men. Women should wear evening gowns or cocktail dresses.