Review of Majestic Princess deck 6 (Fiesta-Dining-Casino)
Fiesta Deck is the ship's embarkation/debarkation floor.
Princess Theatre (lower level 1 of 2) is the ship’s main show lounge with a large stage for grand-scale musical and show productions in the evenings. Among those are professional performances by comedians, musicians, dancers and singers. During the day, the theater serves the line’s enrichment program. Signature (Majestic ship’s only) theater shows are named “Fantastic Journey” and “Fiera”.
Churchill’s Lounge and Bar is the smoking-allowed lounge (cigar bar).
Club 6 Disco Bar is a nightclub with a large dance floor and is served by its own bar.
Grand Casino: Private and VIP Gaming (age limit 21+ years) has slot machines and gaming tables and is served by its own full bar.
Alfredo’s Pizzeria (capacity 121 seats) is complimentary and offers hand-tossed pizzas, antipasti, salads, soups, desserts.
Photo-Video Gallery and Shop offers professional photo and video services by the ship’s photographers, and also sells duty-free equipment and accessories.
Princess Fine Arts Gallery displays artworks (also available for purchasing) and hosts art auctions at sea.
The forward-located Concerto Dining Room restaurant is for “Anytime Dining” (open between 5:30 and 10 pm). It also serves the “Wine Maker’s Dinner” private dining package (at $40 PP surcharge).
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.
The aft-located Allegro Dining Room restaurant is for formal dining. It operates with 2 fixed dinner seatings (at 6 or 8:15 pm) and serves the Princess Cruises “Chef’s Table Lumiere” private dining package ($115 PP, capacity 12 guests).