Updated furnishings in Royal Princess staterooms give the ship a modern touch. Amenities such as more electrical sockets, bigger showers and improved bedding materials are designed to improve customer comfort and convenience. More connecting cabins make the Royal Princess a great ship for families, and a new class of stateroom, the Deluxe Balcony room, gives guests more options than others. A spacious balcony, separate living room area and special access to certain onboard services are just some of the privileges guests can expect when they book suite-class staterooms.
Dining & Gastronomy
With 16 different restaurants, cafes and grills, there’s something on board the Royal Princess to appease every palate. Alfredo’s Pizzeria, the Trident Grill and the International Café serve comfort food in a flexible environment, whereas Traditional Dining caters to those who prefer a more classic cruise culinary experience, with fixed seating and the same waitstaff every night. A new specialty restaurant, the Chef’s Table Luminiere, is perfect for special occasions, serving multiple-course gourmet dinners with fine champagne. An Italian restaurant, a steakhouse and a seafood shack expand the diversity of the cuisines.
Entertainment and Activities
On the Royal Princess, entertainment is key. A new onboard television studio allows passengers to experience firsthand what goes into producing a show and allows them to be part of a live audience. The show, Princess Live!, is available on the ship’s televisions daily. Four new musical performances made their debut on this ship, and expanded areas for kids and teens make sure every cruise passenger has the best experience possible. The luxurious Lotus Spa is located conveniently at the center of the ship next to the Piazza, making it easier than ever to reach.
The dress code onboard the Royal Princess can be generalized as smart casual, with passengers encouraged to wear pants or nice jeans, a collared shirt or blouse to dinner. On formal nights, passengers tend to go all out, breaking out the ball gowns and tuxedos. But if you forgot to pack your fancy duds, don’t worry – these items are available to rent if you plan in advance. And passengers who prefer to keep it casual are always welcome at the buffet.