The common areas on Discovery Princess are lovely. The cream and tan color palette from our cabin is carried throughout the ship. We all agreed the ship is really inviting and attractive. Photos of the interior were taken in the afternoon of our day in Ensenada and I was a little rushed. I did my best.
Lets start with another glimpse of our cabin, A332 on deck 12.
Now, lets start on Promenade, deck 7, with Bellini’s bar.
On the port side of deck 7 is Bistro Sur La Mer, a French bistro. We really enjoyed this dining spot.
Moving toward the stern we come to the Princess Bar Live Cafe . . .
. . . then to Princess Live, a place for karaoke and where other passenger activities take place.
Also on deck 7 is the Crown Grill . . .
. . . and the Crown Grill Bar. The bar was a great place to sit with a libation and watch people coming and going.
These digital displays are located by the elevators and provide all sorts of information about activities and even pinpoint your location.
The Shops of Princess are also on this deck.
Here is a pleasant sitting area for those (can you say husbands) to wait for those who choose to shop.
We spent a couple of evenings in the Vista Lounge, a secondary show lounge where we listened to a good vocalist and watched couples enjoying dancing.
Lets take the stairs in the Piazza to Fiesta, deck 6. The Piazza is quite attractive and hosts many activities throughout the day.
We spent a fair amount of time in the Crooners Bar.
Just outside of the Crooners was the Ocean Terrace Sushi Bar and eatery.
Take Five, a jazz style bar is on Fiesta deck. We spent a few evenings there listening to the trio. First a couple of photos of the room and . . .
. . . then a photo of the drummer. I tried to capture the movement of his hands.
We never got to a show but I managed to get these photos of the Princess Theater.
A little art for your appreciation.
Down to Plaza, deck 5, we find the Internet Cafe.
And, here is the entrance to the Lotus Spa.
Two photos of the Salty Dog Gastropub.
If you are looking for a specialty coffee you can visit the International Cafe.
And for an ice cream stop at Gelato.
Guest Services are on deck 5.
And Shore Excursions Desk is on Plaza deck also.
Sabatini’s Italian Trattoria is very good. We dined there twice. I’d like to show you what the room looked like but apparently I didn’t take a photo or if I did I can’t find it. Well, it was similar to the Crown Grill.
How about a picture of some of the art installations. Generally, I was not impressed but there were some nice pieces. Have a look at one of the ones I liked. It’s located in the Piazza.
How ‘bout a photo of the Piazza from deck 5 while we’re down here.
Good Spirits at Sea is located outside of the Piazza, next to the International Cafe.
On most ships there is a great deal of art in the staircases. I wasn’t very impressed with the stairway art on Discovery but I found this interesting.
I took a photo in the Juneau Dining Room but the room was at an in between time when the tables weren’t set and it looks rather bland. I am including it, however, for your information.
And, that ends the tour of Discovery Princess. It really is a nice ship; attractive with good service. It was a pleasant trip.