Majestic Princess is the third cruise ship in Princess Cruises’ Royal-Class of ships and is sister to Royal Princess and Regal Princess. The new ship features many of the same iconic features as her sister ships but also boasts some new unique features not found on her sister ships. The ship is the first new build in the Princess Cruises fleet to feature the cruise line’s new Seawitch livery design on the bow, with her hair flowing towards the stern.
Majestic Princess also has five speciality restaurants to choose from. Harmony is a speciality restaurant created in partnership with the former chef of Wing Lei – the first Chinese restaurant in North America awarded a Michelin star. The restaurant features Chef Richard Chen’s interpretation of classic Cantonese dishes. Chef Chen’s innovative plates demonstrate impeccable technique with a masterful balance of ingredients and flavors.
Located in the atrium is La Mar, a French bistro-style dining venues with a modern twist! The Crown Grill offers an intimate dining experience, serving premium aged beef and fresh seafood in its rich wooden décor surrounds, with a theatre-style kitchen.
Chef’s Table Lumiere is the perfect dining venue for special occasions. Join a select group of guest for a behind the scenes gallery tour with champagne and hors d’oeuvres, before indulging in an extravagant multi-course dinner, which is created and hosted by the ship’s Executive Chef. If you love seafood then The Ocean Terrance is the ideal dining venues for you, serving all kinds of seafood, at its stylish bar with a la carte pricing. Of course the ship also offers 24-hour room service and you can even choose to dine on your very own balcony for a truly personal and intimate dining experience.
Majestic Princess also offers three other swimming pools, two located outside on Deck 16, whilst the other is on Deck 5 in the The Enclave at the Lotus Spa. The Enclave, with its hydro-therapy pool, steam rooms, sauna, heated stone beds and waterbeds is an ideal place to relax and unwind. The Lotus Spa offers an extensive range of treatments, from facials, teeth whitening and even acupuncher.
If you like keeping fit, Majestic Princess features an expansive and well equipped state-of-the-art fitness centre. There’s even an outdoor exercise circuit on the deck. Workout and kick up a sweat whilst enjoying stunning ocean views. On Deck 18 is the Princess Sports Centre, where you can play basketball, tennis, volleyball and badminton. There are also ping pong tables, bean bag toss and giant foosball. One deck up on Deck 19 is even a miniature golf putting green.
Guests can dance the night away or listen to live night in many of the various bars on board. Not to be missed and an iconic Princess Cruises features is Movies Under The Stars. Head outside and enjoy a movie at the open-air poolside amphitheatre, whilst enjoying the complimentary popcorn! The giant screen also shows live sporting events.
For those with a slightly bigger budget, Majestic Princess features a range of Mini Suites and Suites. Mini Suites are approximate 323 sq. ft whilst Suites range in size from 460 to 932 sq. ft. Those who choose to book a Suite will benefit from a host of extras!
The ship will then offer a selection of other cruises in the Mediterranean, ranging in duration from seven to twenty-eight nights, before re-positioning to Asia. Majestic Princess is to homeport in Shanghai, where it will begin cruising from 11 July 2017.
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