Caribbean Princess Exterior
Caribbean Princess
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Caribbean Princess Exterior
 
Caribbean Princess Interior Stateroom
Caribbean Princess
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Caribbean Princess Interior Stateroom
 
Caribbean Princess Lounge
Caribbean Princess
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Caribbean Princess Lounge
 
Caribbean Princess Mini Suite Balcony Stateroom
Caribbean Princess
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Caribbean Princess Mini Suite Balcony Stateroom
 

Caribbean Princess

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Caribbean Princess was the first Princess Cruises' vessel to offer a giant poolside LED screen for 'Movies Under the Stars'; it was also the first to sport a new piazza-style atrium that's akin to a seagoing street fair. Here you'll discover a Caribbean café, a smart coffee shop and Vines, a wine-and-seafood bar. Put it all together and you've got a world-class seagoing resort. We particularly recommend the blissful Sanctuary on the top deck where you can lounge in private cabanas while 'Serenity Stewards' deliver cool drinks and light bites.

There are nine grades of accommodation on Caribbean Princess, 80 per cent of which have balconies. The categories range from 162-182 sq ft Interior Staterooms to Oceanview Staterooms, Balcony Staterooms, the larger Premium Balcony Staterooms; and suites, from a mini-suite with balcony up to the sumptuous Grand Suite.

The 3,114-passenger Caribbean Princess has three main dining rooms that come in handy for the line's Personal Choice Dining Programme, which allows you to choose from traditional early and late seatings or the flexible Anytime Dining. The ship's 24-hour casual restaurant, the Horizon Court, offers a buffet alternative for breakfast and lunch; at night it becomes a bistro. Tuscan-inspired Sabatini's offers excellent Italian cuisine and the Crown Grill serves superb steaks. In keeping with the 'Big Ship Choice, Small Ship Feel' mantra of Princess Cruises' ships, Caribbean Princess offers a number of nooks and crannies such as a small library, writing room, and a card room. Kids, on the other hand, will find plenty of spaces just for themselves; Princess has a highly-rated children's programme with activities for all ages, up to late teens, making it a great choice for family cruising.

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