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Regal Princess Staterooms
Regal Princess’ staterooms, essentially identical to those on Royal Princess, offer a number of updated features and subtle changes from the remainder of the ships in the fleet and are inspired by guest suggestions. Among the changes are more contemporary décor, larger showers with hand-held shower heads, pillow top mattresses, upholstered headboards, bigger television screens with on-demand programming, and energy efficient lighting with card readers to help conserve electricity.
Room décor uses rich finishes, modern carpet patterns, and soft, soothing colors. Bathrooms feature square sinks to provide more vanity space, and mirrors feature built-in vanity lighting. Decorative wall sconces provide enhanced lighting and televisions are wall-mounted.
Some changes have also been added to make traveling with technology easier. Electrical sockets have been spaced farther apart to accommodate multiple plugs and now offer a 220-volt socket. Additionally, several energy-saving features have been built in to the staterooms, including a card reader that activates the room’s lighting, plus low-energy LED lighting fixtures.
Families traveling in multiple rooms can take advantage of another new option with the addition of 50 adjoining staterooms.
The deluxe balcony, introduced on Royal Princess, offers an extra spacious balcony room with a comfortable sofa bed and some of the upgraded amenities found in a mini-suite stateroom, including enhanced bathroom amenities, waffle bathrobe and an upgraded duvet.
In addition to the general stateroom amenities, mini-suites offer a decorative central lighting fixture, a privacy curtain between the bed and sitting area, and marble-topped counters.
Suites feature larger televisions, two sinks in the bathroom, accent lighting and a glass-paneled shower. For the first time on a Princess ship, suite guests have use of a dedicated concierge lounge, an exclusive area to relax or work, with access to full front desk services, plus light snacks and beverages. Here, these guests have dedicated staff to assist with such things as shore excursions, specialty dining or Lotus Spa reservations. It is also used as a private disembarkation lounge for suite guests.
Total Staterooms – 1,780, including:
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