From her multi-tiered atrium to her dancing central water fountains, the Majestic Princess is a ship for a new age of cruising. Almost any nationality will feel at home.
There are 36 suites with private balconies, 374 mini suites also with private verandas, 312 deluxe balcony cabins, 716 balcony cabins and 342 inside cabins.
The Majestic Princess features two main dining rooms and six speciality restaurants. Richard Chen has a lobster bar on the pool deck and Harmony, a bright, light Cantonese food venue with gorgeous sea views and a fresh take on traditional Chinese. La Mer, a partnership with three-times starred Michelin chef Emmanuel Renaut, offers Bistro dining like escargots and mushroom ragout.
There is 1,000 metres of shopping aboard the Majestic Princess featuring top brands, a spa and perfumed steam rooms. The Hollywood Conservatory is a sanctuary for adults in private cabanas by day, and transforms into the Hollywood Pool Club, a rocking night venue, once the sun goes down. The Vista Gaming Lounge features mahjong – including digital tables – and the casino has a high roller and VVIP room.
Younger children can enjoy a variety of activities including cake-making classes, supervised experiments and sports. Teens will have access to a surf-themed centre where the can socialise, compete in video game tournaments and participate in dance classes.
The famed friendly and efficient Princess service and new dining venues re-defines Premium Cruising.
– Cruise Passenger
– Cruise Critic
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