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Pacific Adventure deck 19 plan (Golden Princess Deck6-Fiesta)

Deck layout and review

Review of Pacific Adventure deck 19 (Golden Princess Deck6-Fiesta)

  • Princess Theatre (large scale musical and show productions, also hosts gameshows, workshops, seminars; level 1 of 2)
  • Players Lounge & Bar (cigar club/smoking lounge, also serves as sports bar)
  • Crown Grill (160 seats seafood-steakhouse restaurant/surcharges PP apply; open 6-11pm, reservations recommended; also serves complimentary British Pub Lunch on selected days)
  • Reception (Passenger Services Desk – booking, information, assistance)
  • Shore Excursions Desk (booking, information)
  • Circle Desk (loyalty program information, planning)
  • Future Cruise Sales Office (onboard booking)
  • Video Games Arcade
  • Calypso Cove Shop (alcohol, tobaccos, snacks, souvenirs, sundries, brand accessories, Princess logo apparel, convenience store), Castaways (boutique)
  • Essence Shop (cosmetics, perfumes)
  • Donatello Restaurant (midship/forward Dining Room, with “Anytime Dining” for dinner 7:30-10pm, Breakfast 7:30-9:30am, Lunch 12-1pm, and Afternoon Tea 3:30-4:30pm)
  • 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.
  • Canaletto Restaurant (aft Dining Room for formal dining, 2 fixed dinner seatings- at 5:45 and 8pm)
  • Cruise cabins from F301 to F315, all of which are Window Suites category S7 (starboard location).