The staterooms on Princess cruise ships are designed to provide passengers a pleasant and comfortable stay without being overly pretentious. The no-nonsense design effectively maximizes space without sacrificing guests’ comfort. The average stateroom size is around 160 square feet, with balcony cabins and suites providing even more space. High-thread count sheets and quality mattress materials ensure a restful night’s sleep.
Dining & Gastronomy
Dining aboard the Ruby Princess is flexible, meant to fit every cruising style and budget. For those who value flexibility and convenience above all, the 24.hour International Café is always available for a quick bite. Those who prefer a more formal cruise dining experience can book traditional dining, where they will be able to dine at the same time each day and be served by the same wait staff. And for those who are loathe to leave the comfort of their room, room service can deliver a meal any time of the day – at no extra cost.
Entertainment and Activities
Princess Cruises are known for the high-quality entertainment options on board. Special to the Ruby Princess is the show “Magic to Do,” a one-of-a-kind performance combining stage magic, musical numbers and high-caliber spectacle. In this show, award-winning musical composer Stephan Schwartz spins a tale of magic through the ages, interspersed with popular songs from musicals like Wicked, Godspell and Pippin as well as a few original numbers. Additionally on the agenda are a number of live music performances, comedy shows, and movie nights to satisfy every taste.
Princess Cruises have a casual, relaxed atmosphere on board, so guests can generally wear what they want. Dress for the weather of the destinations that you’ll be sailing to, and don’t forget your swimwear for hanging out at the pool.
The traditional dining restaurants call for slightly nicer evening wear, such as skirts, slacks and a formal buttoned shirt or blouse. Check if your cruise calls for a formal dining night: in this case, women are expected to wear an evening gown or dress, and men should wear tuxedos or formal suits.
Beach wear is not allowed at any of the restaurants on board.