Combining a fun and relaxed holiday feel with the atmosphere of refined elegance, Regal Princess promises the kind of features that fans of Princess Cruises love. To start with, Regal Princess has SeaWalk, the dramatic over-the-ocean glass walkway which extends more than eight metres beyond the edge of the ship. Onboard, you’ll also find plush private poolside cabanas, mouthwatering cuisine by Chef Curtis Stone, the eye-opening Discovery at SEA programs, as well as MedallionNet Wi-Fi – the best Wi-Fi at sea. Regal Princess features 13 dining venues, a soaring atrium, over 1,400 balconies and The Sanctuary, a tranquil, adults-only retreat. Below you’ll find a brief guide to all of the offerings you can expect to find aboard a Regal Princess cruise.
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- Balcony to Lower Beds
- Balcony Two Lower Beds (Obstructed View)
- Club Class Mini-Suite
- Deluxe Balcony Two Lower Beds
- Deluxe Balcony Two Lower Beds(Obstructed View)
- Interior Two Lower Beds
- Mini-Suite with Balcony
- Penthouse Suite
- Penthouse Suite with Balcony
- Premium Deluxe Balcony Two Lower Beds
- Premium Suite with Balcony
Regal Princess Onboard Experiences
Dining and bars
Regal Princess offers passengers a combination of both Included and Specialty dining, with a wide choice of options across the board. In the Main Dining Room, you can choose between Traditional Dining – same time and table throughout your voyage – and the more flexible Anytime Dining. You’ll also find fresh new cuisine designed by award-winning Chef Curtis Stone on the menu, with other food venues such as Alredo’s Pizzeria, Chocolate Journeys or Trident Grill part of the Included dining line up. Specialty dining is comprised of the Crab Shack, Crown Grill, Sabatini’s, Ocean Terrace seafood bar and the ultimate culinary indulgence, Chef’s Table Lumiere experience. Regal Princess is also home to a good selection of stylish and comfortable bars and lounges, such as Vines Wine Bar, and Club 6 for those who like to hit the tiles after dinner.
You’ll find no shortage of things to do aboard Regal Princess. Headlining the activities are the fascinating Discovery at SEA programs, featuring stargazing on the top deck, activities based around hit shows such as Shark Week and Finding Bigfoot, and the new Encounters with Discovery at SEA speaker series. For a different kind of fun altogether, you could hit the Vegas-style Casino where novices, casual players or high rollers are all welcome. There are also art auctions to attend, shops to browse through, freshwater pools and hot tubs to enjoy, as well as an opportunity to experience a time-honoured cruising tradition: afternoon tea in the elegant dining room.
Kids and families
There are plenty of family-friendly activities on Regal Princess cruises, as well as captivating programs for young children, tweens and teens. Camp Discovery is the centre of the cruising universe for children aged 3 to 12, who are then divided into two smaller groups based on age group. Teens aged 13 to 17 will love the Beach House, while young adults 18 to 20 will feel right at home with Club 1820 organised events. Regal Princess also caters to parents who would like to have a date-night, with dinner events exclusively for kids and group babysitting available. Discovery at Sea programs provide fun for the whole family, and Regal Princess also offers family-oriented complimentary dining family-friendly room configurations.
Fitness and wellbeing
Return from your Regal Princess cruise renewed and refreshed, thanks to all the facilities and services on board that are geared toward health and wellbeing. Exclusive to Princess, the Lotus Spa Fitness Centre is filled with state-of-the-art fitness equipment and also offers a range of exercise classes including yoga, Pilates and TRX Suspension Training. If pampering is more of what you had in mind, the Lotus Spa offers a variety of relaxing treatments such as facials, aroma stone therapy massages detoxifying ocean wraps and more, while The Enclave is Princess’ largest-ever thermal suite, with a hydro-therapy pool, Turkish-style steam bath and other indulgent features.
Shows and nightlife
From original musicals to blockbuster Movies Under The Stars and jaw-dropping water shows set to music, the entertainment aboard Regal Princess will wow you night after night. One of the biggest hits onboard is The Voice Of The Ocean, TV’s No.1 singing competition reinvented for the high seas – you can be mentored and compete, or just enjoy the spectacle! If watching live entertainment is your thing, sit back and be dazzled by world-class, Broadway-style productions in the Princess Theater or step out on deck to see the Princess Watercolour Fantasy Show where a mesmerising water-and-light show is choreographed to music. There’s stand-up comedy, jazz, live music and – of course – the chance to strut your stuff on the dancefloor, too.
Services and accessibility
Regal Princess offers several accessible features for passengers in mobility scooters or wheelchairs. A number of staterooms provide full wheelchair-turning space, as well as other accessible features. While Princess Cruises makes every effort to accommodate guests with special needs, lift-equipped transportation options are limited so arrangements must be secured in advance. Please consult your Flight Centre Cruise Expert for more information regarding accessibility on Regal Princess cruises.
Aboard Regal Princess, cabins fall into the following categories: Suite, Club Class, Mini Suite, Deluxe Balcony, Balcony, Interior and Wheelchair Accessible. Suites are the most luxurious staterooms at sea, and include extra benefits such as priority embarkation and disembarkation as well as complimentary mini-bar. Club Class is like a Mini Suite with extra perks such as premier dining, and interior staterooms feature two twin beds or a queen-size bed, and will help you stretch your cruise budget further.