Review of Caribbean Princess deck 6 (Fiesta-Cabins-Dining-Casino-Shops)
Princess Caribbean Theatre (large scale musical and show productions, also hosts gameshows, workshops, seminars; level 1 of 2)
Churchill Lounge & Bar (cigar club/smoking lounge, also serves as sports bar)
Crown Grill (160 seats seafood-steakhouse restaurant/surcharges PP apply; open 6-11 pm, reservations recommended; also serves complimentary British Pub Lunch on selected days)
Future Cruise Sales Office (onboard booking)
Circle Desk (loyalty program information, planning)
Reception (Passenger Services Desk – booking, information, assistance)
Shore Excursions Desk (booking, planning)
Calypso Cove Shop (alcohol, tobaccos, snacks, souvenirs, sundries, brand accessories, Princess logo apparel, convenience store)
Essence Shop (cosmetics, perfumes)
Limelight Shop (boutique clothing)
Coral Restaurant (forward Dining Room open for Breakfast 7-9 am, Lunch 12-1:30 pm, Afternoon Tea 3:30-4:30 pm, “Anytime Dining” open seating for Dinner 5:30-8 pm or 8-10 pm)
Galley is the ship’s kitchen.
The Princess Cruises “Chef’s Table” experience (private, multi-course gourmet dining at surcharge per person) is designed by celebrity chef Curtis Stone. The dining package starts with a galley tour, fine Champagne and hors d’oeuvres. Follows a multi-course dinner (in the Dining Room restaurant) prepared by the ship’s Executive Chef.
Palm Restaurant (aft Dining Room/dinner only, for formal dining with 2 fixed seatings- at 6 or 8:15 pm)
Cruise cabins from F301 to F315, all S7 category Suites (starboard location).