Pacific Princess is one of Princess Cruises smaller, more boutique-style ships, perfect for heading to less accessible destinations and a more intimate experience, yet she stays true to Princess Cruises incredible standards. Sister ship of the Ocean Princess, the Pacific Princess takes you on incredible itineraries that the larger ships are unable to offer.
Less is more with Princess, the Pacific Princess offers more intimate restaurants, less crowds — there's only 680 people onboard, and of course, great entertainment. Pacific Princess is closer to a 5* country hotel, than a uber modern cruise ships, but this only adds to her charm.
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Onboard the Pacific Princess the Club Dining Room offer traditional fixed dining times, chosen at the time of booking, though for evenings where you fancy something a little different and more flexible you can head to the speciality restaurants for a small cover charge. The signatures Sterling Steakhouse offers the finest steak and fantastic seafood, while the ever popular Sabatini's Italian Trattoria has remained a Princess favourite for a reason.
For casual dining head to Horizon 24 hours a day for a fantastic selection of food, with different themes throughout your cruise, or head to the hamburger grill and pizzeria on deck for your fast food fix.
The Pacific Princess has crammed in as much entertainment for you as possible. The Show Lounge does exactly what it says on the tin, with great live music and entertainment every night. There is also a sports bar and the Observation Lounge, which doubles as the onboard night club.
The Asian inspired Lotus Spa offers a superb selection of massages, treatments and beauty therapy, so whether dealing with those aches and pains or pampering yourself the staff will more than look after you onboard.
The ship also features a state of the art fitness centre with professional staff, weight and aerobic conditioning equipment, sauna, solarium. Though this gym may be a little more intimate than those on other ships, it still offers everything you need to burn off all the fantastic food and cocktails.
Boutique-style ships doesn't by anyway mean less onboard, just more elegant and intimate. Head to the Art Gallery or library for some cultured relaxation, pop into the duty free shopping, or send the children to the Youth Centre for some peace and quite. And don't forget the pool, spa, casino and lounges. There is plenty to do when your not taking in the amazing destinations the Pacific Princess visits.
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