Click on left for ship menu
Deck Layouts, Public Venues, Stateroom Information
You are viewing deck: 17 - Sun
You can click on any image for larger size.
Fitness CenterThe centre features a full range of equipment from treadmills, recumbent bicycles and ellipticals to free weights and strength equipmment. In addition to the stunning ocean views, the majority of the equipment also feature personal tv screens whilst some also have interactive virtual experience screens such as the bikes so guests feel as though they are actually on the open road with other cyclists.
Youth Activity CenterCaters for children from 8 to 12 years old and is supervised by dedicated trained staff. Activities on offer include Karaoke, Playstation and Wii tournaments, movies and cartoons, dance parties, scavenger hunts, sports tournaments and JrChef@Sea. Exciting educational programmes are also provided such as rollercoaster building, chemistry experiments and information on endangered species found in ports of call.
Childrens Activity CenterFor children aged 3 to 7 with activities ranging from arts and crafts, disco nights, movies, talent shows and educational workshops (providing interactive scientific activities and information on endangered species in the areas visited) to pyjama parties and pizza and ice cream parties. The children's club is supervised by experienced staff with lunch provided upon request during port days. Open from 9am-12pm, 1pm-5pm and 6pm-1am on sea days and 8am to 5pm on port days, a $5 per child charge for kid sitting is applicable from 10pm to 1am for children aged 3 to 12.
Teen Activity CenterDedicated to 13 to 17 year olds with activities such as sports competitions, late night movies, DJ workshops, dance classes, PlayStation and Wii tournaments, teen makeovers, hot tub parties, dance parties, Pizza and Mocktail parties.
Hollywood ConservatoryGlass covered and provides an oasis of tranquility for guests with private cabanas with their own refrigerators and flat screen TV's.
SeaWalkTwo level high sea walk that extends out over side of the ship. The first level has a glass floor that allows you to view all the way down to the ocean.
Sun DeckAreas for sunbathing and lounging
Outdoor Exercise CircuitOutdoor exercise equipment including a driving range.
Hollywood Pool ClubLarge retractable glass covereed adult only swimming pool and bar also used by The Sanctuary.
Click the Cabin Check Tool to check what is on the deck above or below your stateroom:
The cruise line seperates the different categories (Inside, Oceanview, Balcony) into subcategories. The only difference in the subcategories is usually location on the ship. The detail above shows subcategory color, category name, and subcategory name. For detailed information, mouse over a cabin on the deck plans and a pop up window will appear. You will find diagrams, pictures and information about that cabin category including square footage and features.
Princess uses the stateroom type and location for its category codes. The following letters are used for stateroom type: M=Mini Suite, D=Deluxe Balcony, B=Balcony, O=Oceanview, I=Interior. The location code is A to F for standard cabins with A being the most desirable location. 1 to 6 for premium cabins with 1 being the more desirable location. U to Z for obstructed staterooms with U being the more desirable location.
As an example MA stands for a Mini Suite (M=Mini Suite) in a prime location (A=Most desired location - midship, quiet location).
Mini-Decks (Click image to go to deck page)
4 - Gala
5 - Plaza
6 - Fiesta
7 - Promenade
8 - Emerald
9 - Dolphin
10 - Caribe
11 - Baja
12 - Aloha
14 - Riviera
15 - Marina
16 - Lido
17 - Sun
18 - Sports
19 - Sky
|Balcony door blocked by upper|
|Balcony door blocked w upper|
|Third and fourth Pullman beds|
|Third Pullman bed available|
|Two lower beds not convertible|