Star Princess has returned to service following a two-week multi-million-dollar renovation (Image: Princess Cruises)
Star Princess has returned to service following a two-week multi-million-dollar renovation, outfitting the ship with some of the latest Princess Cruises product innovations.
The vessel will now resume a season of 15-day Hawaiian Island cruise roundtrips from Los Angeles and Vancouver until April, before summer cruising in Alaska.
Updated features include the Sabatini Italian Trattoria, a speciality restaurant offering a new menu and Princess Luxury Beds in every stateroom.
“Star Princess now offers many of the signature product innovations our guests have come to love, including the Princess Luxury Bed, Camp Discovery Youth & Teen Centre and revamped Sabatini’s,” said Jan Swartz, president of Princess Cruises. “These enhancements continue our US$450 million multi-year ship renovation campaign, ‘Come Back New Promise’, enhancing our onboard guest experience.”
Enhanced boutiques now offer an upgraded shopping experience, while the Lotus Spa & Fitness Centre rooms have been updated with the latest fitness equipment and the casino has been fitted with a new carpet and reconfigured machines and tables.
The Camp Discovery Youth & Teen Centre is designed for cruisers aged 3-17, a reimagined youth centre as part of the cruise line’s Discovery at Sea programme.