Caribbean Princess Review
About This Ship
Passengers choose between two assigned dinner seatings or open seating; breakfast and lunch are always open seating. Dinner options include reservations-only Sabatini's and Crown Grill (both with cover) and the complimentary Café Caribe, a casual Caribbean buffet with linen-dressed tables and limited waiter service. Lido buffets on all ships are almost always open. A pub lunch is served in the Wheelhouse Bar, and a pizzeria and grill offer casual daytime snack choices. The wine bars, patisseries, and ice-cream bars charge for artisan cheeses, specialty coffee, some pastries, and premium ice cream. Ultimate Balcony Dining and Chef’s Table options are available, as are afternoon tea and 24-hour room service.
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