Regal Princess is part of Princess Cruises' innovative, next generation fleet, taking guests to stunning destinations on unforgettable voyages, many of which even depart from the UK port of Southampton. Every detail of this incredible ship has been designed to create a modern yet traditional feel with stunning features, elegant décor and fantastic entertainment. Whether you're travelling alone, as a family or on a romantic break, you'll find everything you need for the perfect holiday onboard Regal Princess.
14 April 2023
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The dining options onboard Regal Princess are endless and your taste buds will explode at the array of delicious cuisine options.
The classically designed dining room still offers you the traditional dining experience of allowing you to sit at the same table with the same table mates and waiters each evening. Offering a new, exciting menu every night, this is always a popular option.
For those wanting to try speciality restaurants, you are in for a treat onboard the Regal Princess with the Italian restaurant, Sabatini’s and the signature steak house, Crown Grill.
Alternatively, for passengers who prefer a more casual dining experience, the options are endless. From the pizzeria, to the International Café, you can have something to eat at almost any time of day.
The entertainment programme for Regal Princess is set to wow guests and ensure evenings full of smiles.
The Princess Theater is the line’s largest theatre yet, and boasts sophisticated décor, comfortable seating, and is home to some the best entertainment at sea, while Princess Live! is a TV studio used to broadcast events including culinary shows, live concerts, comedy, and game shows.
In the evenings the top deck pools transform into an incredible sound and light show, with dancing fountains that shoot water up to 33 feet into the sky. A unique show that offers something different from the traditional evening shows that we are used to.
Located close to the atrium is Club 6, an energetic dance club that is guaranteed to host fun filled evenings for everyone. With an extensive cocktail menu and a range of music, get those dancing shoes ready!
Princess Casino offers an array of the latest slot machines and tables for those who like to try their gaming hand, or those wanting to learn.
With spaces designed especially for the younger guests onboard, Princess Regal makes sure that each and every person who travels on the ship has the time of their life.
|3-7||The Treehouse- the forest theme encourages kids to have fun and explore with others their age|
|8-12||The Lodge- bringing the great outdoors inside, kids can learn, play and take part in competitions|
|13-17||Beach House- modern decoration, state-of-the-art technology and exciting events, all in an exclusively adult-free zone|
Onboard Royal Princess there is a wide array of recreational activities to enjoy, from art exhibitions to enrichment programs.
For a leisurely way to spend your free time on the ship, head down to the Piazza where the boutiques and street performers transport you to the centre of European cities. While you’re there, pop into the shops and pick up a designer treat (or two) for unbeatable duty-free prices. For a more unique experience, there’s the chance to admire and bid on a wide range of fine art by the likes of Thomas Kinkade and Michael Godard.
The range of recreational activities onboard Regal Princess is impressive, with everything from tennis courts, golf simulators, fitness centre, laser shooting range, croquet area, and much more.
In the fitness centre, as well as making use of the state-of-the-art gym equipment, you can choose among various group classes such as boot camp and yoga should you wish.
After a tough work out, spend some time rejuvenating and unwinding in the Enclave, Sanctuary, or Lotus Spa. The Enclave is Princess Cruise's largest thermal suite - housing a hydrotherapy pool, heated stone loungers, water beds, a steam bath, and steam chamber. Alternatively, the Sanctuary is an adult-only space ideal for escaping the busy areas of the ship, and simply enjoying some quiet time with a drink or light meal.
Or of course for ultimate relaxation, you can choose from a range of treatments provided at the Lotus Spa. A wrap, facial, or full body massage will leave you feeling fresh and calm.
Your time onboard Regal Princess is made even easier thanks to OceanMedallion technology. A small, wearable piece of tech, you can use the Ocean Medallion to open your stateroom, make payments and order room service. Read our OceanMedallion blog to find out more.
The dress code onboard Regal Princess reflects the class, elegance, and relaxed atmosphere of the Princess Cruises fleet, with smart casual evenings outnumbering the all-important formal nights.
There is likely to be one or two formal evenings per cruise, depending on the length of the sailing. For those who do not like to dress formally, the buffet restaurants and other venues always welcome casual attire.
Excellent cruise with nothing to complain about once on the ship. However, before sailing information from both Iglu and Princess was virtually non-existent regarding covid tests updates and flight check-in procedures. Virtually impossible to get through on the phone to either companies - live chat with Iglu gave incorrect information regarding covid testing which if we had listened to would have cost us money at the port for additional tests - not good. 6 of us on the cruise & whilst I realise we didn't/couldn't choose cabins, 2 were next door to each other & the 3rd was 6 floors away & at back of ship. I feel more could be done to ensure families are placed close together especially when the ship was only operating at 60% capacity.
We really enjoyed this cruise. We were happy to be able to get off ship and explore destinations independently. The ship was great and the crew were for the most part very friendly.
Excellent experience, flawless from start to finish. Outstanding shows, entertainment excellent. Dining experience felt very safe, staff took safe precautions wearing masks. Excellent service. Cabin & balcony had the finishing touch. Definitely looking for future cruises
Overall we enjoyed the cruise, but there were a number of issues. There were too many passengers on the ship. Long queues for the restaurants resulted in poor social distancing and a risk to health and safety. Service in the restaurants was slow consequently the evening meal took approx 1 hr 40 mins. This created the long waits for tables. Most bars were understaffed and getting a drink took a long time. 40 mins for a coffee delivery in the main cafe area. The staff were excellent but were run off their feet. Food in restaurants was very good.