Majestic Princess is sister ship to Royal and Regal Princesses, sailing from her homeport in Shanghai to Japan and South Korea and was the first ship in the Princess fleet to be built specifically to suit Chinese guests, with a fusion of international and oriental features. When it comes to spending time onboard guests are guaranteed to be delighted with what they find. From sensational dining options to hours spent exploring the incredible decks, topped off with evenings of fantastic entertainment, get ready for a cruise holiday you'll remember for years to come.
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Guests can enjoy a special culinary experience onboard with the World Leaders Dinner and Traditional English Afternoon Tea available. The famous Lobster Grill is a guest-favourite Princess Cruises dining venue, plus guests will also have the option for Ultimate Balcony Dining, and an ocean view hot pot dinner. Fourteen dining venues provide plenty of choices for food and drink.
Like all Princess cruises' in China, Majestic Princess will offer the international flavour of cruising and showcase the brands exclusive Princess Class experience, drawn from award-winning expertise as the world's leader in premium destination cruising. Oriental cultural events and inspired entertainment will be displayed onboard and are welcome for all to join in.
Movies Under the Stars is always a guest favourite, allowing cruisers to curl up under a blanket and catch a film on one of the biggest outdoor screens at sea, all the while being able to take in the beautiful night sky. Meanwhile, for those looking to enjoy some live entertainment, there are plenty of options onboard Majestic Princess. The main venue onboard the ship is the Princess Theater, where you can expect Broadway-Style shows complete with crowd-pleasing hits and state-of-the-art lighting. There is also the opportunity to marvel at an extravagant fantasy show where you can watch the spectacle of water dancing to music.
If you’d like to experience the lively atmosphere of a bar or lounge, there are plenty to choose from. Whether you’re looking to have a cocktail or two, nurse a delicious whisky or dance the night away, there is the perfect spot on the ship to meet your needs.
Children and young people onboard will be delighted to find several zones on the ship reserved especially for them.
|3-7||At camp discovery, kids can take part in fun activities such as cooking classes and sports, all the while learning and making new friends.|
|8-12||For slightly older kids, camp discovery offers arts and crafts, video games and competitions.|
|13-17||For teenagers, The Beach House is a dedicated, adult-free zone, where they can hang out, watch movies, play games and chat with one another.|
Recreation onboard Majestic Princess is second to none. The indoor Hollywood pool and outdoor fresh water pools and hot tubs make for a refreshing few hours lounging about, while the miniature nine-hole putting course is a unique way to put your golf skills to test in the middle of the ocean. For a more leisurely way to spend the hours, why not go for a wander around the ship? You’re sure to stumble across the well-stocked library, the internet café and the duty-free shopping, perfect if you want to pick up a few holiday treats at a great price. Alternatively, the SeaWalk, a glass walkway extending over the side of the ship, is a breathtaking way to marvel at the seascape below.
While a trip to the onboard gym may not be everyone’s idea of a perfect holiday, the Lotus Fitness Center is perfect for those who love to work up a sweat. Complete with state-of-the-art equipment and a range of classes- from yoga and Pilates to Body Sculpt Boot Camp- there are plenty of ways to stay in shape while cruising on Majestic Princess.
After working out at the gym, what could be more well-earned than a relaxing few hours at the Lotus Spa? Treat yourself to one of the many beauty therapies on offer, including facials, aroma stone therapy and ocean wraps. This spa also boasts a huge thermal suite called The Enclave, where guests will find a hydrotherapy pool, heated stone beds and a Turkish-style steam bath. However, the pampering doesn’t have to stop there. With a hair salon, nail bar and teeth-whitening facilities, visitors to the Lotus Spa will leave you feeling brand new.
The cruise was excellent with good food, entertainment, helpful staff and good accommodation. The stops for visits were good and we thoroughly enjoyed our stay in Sydney and the visit to Vietnam. My wife and I have to say a BIG THANKYOU to Iglu for organising the excellent hotels in Sydney and Hong Kong and the brilliant pick ups by the various taxi companies. They were on time and excellent vehicles. It certainly helped to enjoy the holiday. Many thanks, Martyn and Marjorie Hadley
Had a fantastic holiday on board the majestic Princess, what an excellent ship but the drinks package is to expensive and the entertainment was a bit of a let down, some nights ok but others not so.
Cruised from Sydney to Hong Kong with one day ports of call in Brisbane,Darwin,Singapore,Vietnam and Taiwan.Scenic cruising on many of the sea days and ports of call interesting. Beautiful big clean ship.Officers onboard seen frequently.Plenty of activities if you wanted to partake.We always managed to find a shady area to sit on deck when we wanted,but not always in the main deck area where all the action was. We had a mini suite on Lido deck.Thankyou for recommending it Tina.Really convenient deck to be on.Stateroom was excellent,lots of storage space,comfortable bed and comfortable sofa to relax on. Found food to be good on the whole.We had anytime dining and got seated in a restaurant straight away most evenings.The self service restaurant was often crowded and difficult to find food and a seat. Drinks prices onboard in Australian dollars and expensive.We bought a premier drinks package in pounds before departure.It cost us £1896 for the 2 of us for 19 nights.Very expensive,not sure if we got our money's worth. The theatre is not big enough for the number of passengers.If you want to see a popular show you have to arrive very early. Crew very hard working,friendly and helpful. We had a wonderful holiday.The hotels in Sydney(Rydges World Square) and Hong Kong (Madera)were both very good.Transfers excellent.
We stayed at the Ultimo Hotel in Sydney situated in China Town. The hotel in my opinion is not worthy of 4 star rating and not suitable for the older generation, it is more like a backpacker hostel. Coloured our view of Iglu cruises organisation. The Ship however was good we had a balcony cabin on the 15th deck which was ideally situated. We have cruise with Princess since 1997 and we feel that standards are not the same. The crew as a whole were excellent, as we expected. However the standard of food has deteriorated and this was echoed by all we spoke to. Also on board expenses have rocketed especially the excursions. For this reason we booked through Iglu cruises and were not disappointed. We stayed at the Waldorf Stadium Appartments Hotel in Auckland and were really pleased with the accommodation and location. Apart from the hotel at Sydney we had a memorable trip.