From the Arctic to the Caribbean, Princess Cruises' Island Princess allows you to travel to the most exciting regions on the planet, aboard the greatest floating holiday resort you could possibly hope to find. Indeed, having been built to Panamax specifications - meaning it's the largest size a ship can be in order to be able to pass through the Panama Canal - it has the freedom to circumnavigate the globe. As such, there are no borders or boundaries to your adventure onboard this superb cruise liner, which brings the world to you.
As you sail, you'll have all the facilities and amenities you could possibly hope for from a cruise ship - and plenty more besides. Take your pick from a range of accommodation options, with economical interior cabins offering fantastic comfort at a great price, while the more lavish suites and mini-suites provide the ultimate in luxury. A high proportion of cabins feature their own balcony, enabling you to enjoy the amazing scenery as you travel to some of the world's most exotic destinations. There are 13 sets of interconnecting balcony cabins on deck 12 for families who enjoy their own space, with the security of being able to access each other's cabins.
There are also loads of great leisure facilities onboard the Island Princess, with no fewer than three swimming pools and six hot tubs. Each of the pools offers something slightly different. The swim-against-the-current lap pool is located in the fitness centre and provides a particularly great workout.
Island Princess benefitted from a multi-million dollar refurbishment in May 2015, which included a redesign and upgrade of the Horizon Court restaurant and upgrading of the upholstery and carpeting. There are further plans to enhance the ship's facilities in May 2018, when onboard technology Ocean Medallions will be introduced.
There are dining options aplenty onboard the Island Princess, with the Provence Dining Room and the Bordeaux Dining Room both offering a highly refined experience. The former of these serves meals at set times, while the latter is available at any time of day - giving you the flexibility to eat when you want.
On top of this, there are a number of speciality eateries, with Sabatini's Italian restaurant serving up all your favourite pizza and pasta dishes, and the Bayou Cafe and Steakhouse offering sumptuous New Orleans cuisine. And don't forget the patisserie or the sundae ice cream bar, which are perfect for when you're feeling a little peckish.
The Princess Theatre hosts nightly performances of some of the greatest shows at sea, while the Movies Under the Stars outdoor cinema provides another great way to spend an evening. Talented cruisers can sing their hearts out at the Voice of the Ocean singing competition.
Crooners Bar, the Churchill Lounge, and the Wheelhouse Bar offer live music and the opportunity for a pre or post dinner drink.
Quiz nights, casino nights.
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