Sapphire Princess Review
About This Ship
In addition to a dining room with two traditional, assigned dinner seatings these ships have four additional dining rooms for open seating Personal Choice cruisers. Each is smaller than those on other large Princess ships, but all offer the same menus with a few additional selections that reflect the "theme" of each dining room. Alternative dining options are the two specialty restaurants, Sabatini's and Sterling Steakhouse, which have a surcharge and require reservations. The pizzeria, grill, patisserie, and ice cream bar offer casual daytime dining and snack options. A pub lunch is served in the Wheelhouse Bar. The Lido buffet and complimentary room service are available 24 hours. Ultimate Balcony Dining is offered to passengers with balcony accommodations.
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