Princess Cruises introduces three table service options across its fleet

The new options are being rolled out from September after a successful debut on the brand’s new flagship, Sun Princess

Princess Cruises introduces three table service options across its fleet

Princess Cruises

By Laura Hyde |

Princess Cruises is to roll out a range of new dining experiences across its fleet after their successful debut on the cruise line’s latest ship, Sun Princess

From mid-September 2024, Princess will offer three table service options: traditional, reservable, or walk-in anytime. Separate dining rooms will be designated to the three table service options across the fleet, with reservable and or walk-in anytime dining combined into a single dining room location onboard Coral Princess and Island Princess. Guests will be able to use the Princess Cruises’ app from 17 June to book these dining options for sailings on or beyond 14 September. 

In addition, guests will be able to use the brand’s OceanNow location-based ‘anywhere’ service to order food and beverages at any time and receive it anywhere onboard the ship. 

“Our guests have been delighted with the dining flexibility aboard Sun Princess and we’re pleased to extend the concept to all the other ships in our fleet,” said Sami Kohen, Princess Cruises’ vice president of food and beverage. “Now whether guests prefer an early seating every evening, or change things up every night, or even change their mind, these flexible dining options ensure that their dining preference is effortlessly accommodated.” 

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