Luxury overhaul for Pacific Princess ahead of world cruise

Luxury overhaul for Pacific Princess ahead of world cruise

Pacific Princess, Princess Cruises’ smallest ship, has received a multi-million pound renovation.

After a two-week dry dock, the refurbished 670-guest ship now boasts modernised guest areas, four renovated dining venues, 178,000 square feet of new carpet and the Princess livery on her hull.

All 336 staterooms now include the line’s signature Princess luxury beds and linens, as well as new carpeting, headboards, draperies, lighting and USB ports.

Sleeper sofas have been placed in suite staterooms as well as desks, lounge chairs and dining room sets.

The ship’s atrium has been upgraded with a New York City hotel design, while the ship’s pool deck has a garden theme, featuring modernised tiling and refinished teak woods.

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New lounge furniture includes double bed loungers and casual seating groups of outdoor living sofas, lounge chairs and pool chaises.

The ship is currently sailing from Ft. Lauderdale to Dover, where she will embark on various European itineraries before departing on a 111-day World Cruise from Los Angeles on January 20th, 2018.