grand princess

If you are looking for a way to spend your summer holidays, you might consider going on a cruise. You can get a lot of value out of a cruise, and you will also be able to make new friends and enjoy the amazing scenery that the world has to offer. However, there are certain things that you need to look out for if you’re planning to go on a cruise.

Skywalker’s Disco

Aside from the requisite a la mode cruises, the Grand Princess has been undergoing a major refurbishment in recent years. This includes the reclassification of the Sanctuary as an adult only sun deck. Among the many new amenities is the skylit high-speed internet suite, the first of its kind to be made available on a Grand Class ship. The ship also has some of the most enticing dining choices in the industry. Those apprehensive about embarking on the Grand Princess need not fret; they can also opt to dine in the comfort of their own staterooms. One such dining choice is the grandest of all: the main restaurant, or as they call it, the Royal Palace.

The ship has been a favorite with Princess aficionados since its launch in 2004, thanks in no small part to the grand tour and a host of amenities that make the aforementioned a la mode trips all the more special.

Movies Under the Stars

Princess Cruises’ Movies Under the Stars is a must see. The 300-square-foot screen is a winner with the kids and the adults alike. This state of the art feature will make your vacation a memorable one.

You’ll be hard pressed to find a better view of the ocean than from your balcony. The 270-degree views will be sure to elicit smiles. The ship’s signature SeaWalk features a glass-floor walkway and a plethora of entertainment options. A slew of restaurants, bars, and live music offerings will keep you entertained and satisfied throughout the day.

What better way to kick back than with a cocktail in hand? Wheelhouse Bar will provide you with a British-style pub lunch menu on sea days. The bar also has an excellent selection of liquor and other beverages to choose from. It’s a great spot to wind down after a long day of sightseeing.

Other amenities include complimentary snacks, hot showers, and a full-service spa. If you’re in the market for a new vacation, consider Princess Cruises. The brand is known for its award-winning customer service and innovative ships.

The Sanctuary

The Sanctuary for Grand Princess is a deluxe adults-only retreat, offering tranquility and personal service. It is one of the most popular features of the Princess Cruises fleet.

The sanctuary offers a wide range of relaxing activities, from massages to relaxing music. There are also a variety of dining options in this oasis. A menu of healthy beverages is available. You can also order items from the “Dine My Way” selection.

The sanctuary is located on Deck 17 forward. This quiet space is surrounded by a rock garden and a path leading to a new central pavilion. Guests can rent a cabana, which includes a personal television with noise-reducing headphones, a fully stocked mini bar, and comfortable robes.

Onboard, guests will enjoy a variety of activities, including Movies Under the Stars(r) and the Italian-inspired Piazza. Also, you can book a massage at the Lotus Spa.

A massage can be booked in the Sanctuary, or you can book a Royal Indulgence package that includes an all-day massage and gourmet food for four.


Grand Princess cruises offer many options for the cruiser looking for an affordable, comfortable stateroom. You can choose from an interior cabin, a balcony stateroom, or a suite. Each stateroom is spacious and offers a variety of amenities.

Balcony staterooms are ideal for enjoying a cocktail before dinner or a leisurely breakfast. They include all the amenities of an interior room, plus a table, two chairs, and a balcony. These rooms are popular with guests who like to have a little extra space.

Interior Staterooms are the most spacious rooms onboard. They’re typically 14-16 square metres in size and offer a private bathroom. In addition, they feature a sofa bed.

Mini Suites are the middle step between the Balcony stateroom and the full-size suite. While they don’t offer the same benefits, these cabins are still a great value.

Family Suites are designed for families. They have floor-ceiling sliding doors that lead to a large balcony. Inside, they feature a living room with a sofa bed and a desk. There are also two bathrooms.