The stunning new Royal Princess is the latest ship to carry this proud name for Princess Cruises. Christened by Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge, this Royal Princess promises to wow guests with specialty dining at Chef's Table Lumiere, Wine Cellar dining, Sabatini's Italian Restaurant, Crown Grill â€“ Steak and Seafood, Gelato â€“ gelateria serving ice cream & Italian crepes, International CafÃ© â€“ coffee, snacks and light meals, Tea Tower, Vines Wine Bar, Ocean Terrace Seafood Bar, Alfredo's Pizzeria, Horizon Court Buffet, Pastry Shop, Prego â€“ Poolside pizza, Trident Grill â€“ Hamburger and hot dog grill, Swirls â€“ Ice cream bar, Ultimate Balcony Dining, and 24-hour room service. Numerous bars and nightclubs, the Princess Theater, Movies Under The Stars, and more!
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Floyd Russak MD
48 8 Western Europe6 users found this review helpful.
Travel to London We traveled from Denver to Gatwick via Cincinatti on Delta. Nice flights with good service but Gatwick is not as convenient as Heathrow to either downtown...read more
60 14 So. America - Andes to Ft. Lauderdale2 users found this review helpful.
Royal Princess - Continuation of J Caballero's South America cruise... April 5 - 22. We originated in Buenos Aires and went all the way to Ft. Lauderdale. We met J Caballero and...read more
49 24 South America6 users found this review helpful.
Royal Princess-South America, Buenos Aires to Valparaiso (March 22 – April 5, 2003) 3/19-3/21 We started this trip with a 3 day Princess pre-cruise to Iguazzu Falls. We...read more
n/a 33 Norwegian Fjords17 users found this review helpful.
This voyage, our third on the Royal Princess, took us from London [Southampton], England up in to the Artic Circle and the North Cape in Norway and then back to Southampton. At this time of...read more
Kenneth G. Ramey
72 8 Valparaiso to Buenos Aires via Cape Horn4 users found this review helpful.
SOUTH TO THE HORN BEFORE YOU GO (READING MATERIAL) Darwin and the Beagle (1831-33) by Alan Moorehead Two Years before the Mast (1833-34)...read more
Robert D. Shelton
70 6 New England/Canada1 users found this review helpful.
The Royal Princess is starting to show her age but still is a very nice ship. All of the cabins on the outside with windows is a definite plus. Cabins were about the same size as on most...read more
46 First Cruise Northern / Western Europe2 users found this review helpful.
Pre-cruise: We flew into London four days before our ship left, and did London on our own. We had a terrific time. We booked a room at the Marriot Maida Vale and stayed there on...read more
Dall & Pat Barley
58 and younger 10 Mediterranean and Aegean13 users found this review helpful.
We choose this cruise for the itinerary, knowing full well that it was going to be port intensive, and possibly exhausting. It was both, but one of the most interesting trips we have ever taken!...read more
61 to 3 to 5 Iceland and Norway1 users found this review helpful.
The Cruise Director and his staff did a great job of keeping us entertained, and the show entertainment seemed well received. Food is the only place we had much to complain...read more
36 to 45 3 to 5 Scandinavia/Baltic
Stateroom: Adequate size. Two twin beds, desk, TV, and minifridge. Closet space was limited. Bathrooms lacked a fan and doorstop. I had to use a towel to keep the bathroom door...read more