The Royal Princess cruise ship remains one of the most beautiful ships afloat. See her all-outside staterooms, wrap-around promenade deck, terraced observation areas and much more. Christened by Princess Diana, it has a sleek silhouette and terraced observation decks both fore and aft that have brought her rave reviews since being introduced in 1984.
Our ships may be big, but they don't feel big. That's because we used our extra space not to cram in more people but to create more small intimate places. Our deck plans offer lots of restaurants, theatres, bars, swimming pools and so on. We call it "big ship choice and small ship feel" (sm).
Princess staterooms offer the deluxe amenities you'd expect from a first-class hotel: everything from 24-hour room service to chocolates on the pillow at night.
Royal Princess' decks, observation areas and lavish floor-to-ceiling windows make her perfect for cruising around the world, including Canada/New England, the Mediterranean, Europe and South America.
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So much to see and do on the Royal Princess, August 12, 2013
Dining, wine events, staff, ship design of social areas
Crowded pools, spa
Date of cruise: July 29
Departure port: Venice
Region visited: Mediterranean
Cabin category: Balcony
Found through: Cruise line website
Good for children: Yes
Good for teenagers: Yes
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Staff and Service
So much to see and do on the ship. The ship really is the star of the show, regardless of where you sail.The dining is amazing, with all of the options. The wine pairings and events are great, too.The spa is a letdown. The staff seem disorganized. The prices are too high. Enjoy a spa on land at home. The decks are packed during sea days, as to be expected. The staff is friendly and helpful.