Pacific Princess crowned with a multi-million pound refit

Pacific Princess embarking on cruises after her refit

Pacific Princess might be Princess Cruises’ smallest ship, but don’t expect her to scrimp on luxury. The sophisticated cruise ship has been given a multi-million pound refurbishment fit for royalty, and is ready to spoil guests with all the indulgences they could wish for.

Bringing Pacific Princess up to date

This stunning Princess Cruises refit has brought Pacific Princess right up to date. After a two-week dry dock, she now boasts modernised guest areas, four renovated dining venues, 178,000 square feet of new carpet and the Princess livery on her hull. Of course, this is all alongside elegant staterooms catering to 670 guests; a number intended to create a more intimate atmosphere.

All 336 staterooms on-board Pacific Princess now include the cruise lines signature Princess luxury beds and linens. Alongside new carpeting, headboards, draperies, lighting and USB ports, all staterooms will leave passengers wanting for nothing. Suite staterooms now even include sleeper sofas, as well as desks, lounge chairs and dining room sets.

Small touches that make all the difference

Cruises with Princess are renowned for taking pride in those little touches that can make all the difference to your journey. This is no different following Pacific Princesses refit.

The ships atrium has been upgraded to incorporate a beautiful New York City hotel design, while the pool deck has been transformed with a garden theme featuring modernised tiling and refinished teak woods. Lounge furniture has also been replaced: now consisting of plush double bed loungers and pool chaises.

Experience the refurbished Pacific Princess yourself

Pacific Princess has already taken to the water to show off her spectacular refit. She is currently sailing from Fort Lauderdale to Dover, where she will set sail on a range of European itineraries before a 111-day World Cruise from Los Angeles on January 20th 2018.

Other Pacific Princess cruises include a picturesque eight-night voyage around Ireland, Wales and Scotland, as well as a roundtrip from Dover that covers St Helier, Milford Haven, Dublin and Edinburgh. There is something for everyone, but given Pacific Princesses stunning new looks, itineraries are sure to sell out fast!

If you want to experience this ship for yourself, take a look at our Princess cruise deals. Find your ideal itinerary and call our Cruise Concierge on 0207 526 3035 to book your sailing.

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Charlotte Varela

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  1. Nigel Collett June 13, 2017 Reply

    If this refit is as good as Caribbean Princess it won't be worth it. We did British Isles May 25 th 2017. Our 8 th cruise with various companies and I can quite honestly say it was more expensive and the worst cruise we have ever been on.

    • Charlotte Varela August 30, 2017 Reply

      Morning Nigel, That's such a shame. What went wrong for you? This ship's refit certainly sounds like it'll make passengers feel much more comfortable, but I guess you can never really be sure until you experience it for yourself. I hope your ninth cruise makes up for your eighth! Best, Charlotte.

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