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Pacific Princess deck 5 plan (Promenade-Dining)

Deck layout and review

Review of Pacific Princess deck 5 (Promenade-Dining)

  • Cabaret Lounge (forward location show lounge for grand musical and show productions, with stage, dance floor, full bar; hosts bingo games, comedy shows, movies, lectures)
  • Pacific Casino (age limit 21 years and over, slot machines, gambling tables), served by the Casino Bar (with live music entertainment)
  • Photo Gallery & Shop (photo-video services, equipment, accessories)
  • Pacific Boutiques (2 duty free shops for logo and fashion clothes, souvenirs, alcohol, tobaccos, jewelry, sundries)
  • Future Cruise Sales Desk
  • Circle Desk (loyalty program information, planning)
  • Princess Fine Arts Gallery (artworks for purchasing, art auctions)
  • Club Bar (piano bar serving the Club Dining Room; before or after meal drinks, cocktails)
  • 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.
  • Club Restaurant (aft Dining Room with open seating for Breakfast 7:30-9:30am, Lunch 12-1:30pm/seadays, Afternoon Tea 3:30-4:30pm, and formal dining for Dinner/4-course menu, with 2 fixed seatings- at 6 and 8:15pm; hosts the “Chef’s Table” private dining/surcharge PP).