Princess Cruises is adding a new room category to its ships that offers guests a series of extra VIP perks.
The Club Class Mini-Suites will be launched on several of the cruise line’s ships from December 2016 to autumn 2017, offering up to 30m² of space including a balcony, separate seating area with sofa bed and coffee table, a bathroom with bathtub, and Princess’ new “Luxury Bed”.
Guests booking these rooms will also be offered a range of extra services, including a glass of Champagne on arrival, a dedicated dining area with expanded menu options, priority embarkation and disembarkation, and evening canapés.
“Club Class Mini-Suites provide Princess guests yet another elevated product enhancement to enjoy during their cruise vacation,” said Jan Swartz, president of Princess Cruises. “The VIP perks, including the new Club Class Dining, offers a premium and memorable onboard experience so our guests can completely relax, unwind and immerse themselves in worldwide destinations.”
Club Class Mini-Suites will debut on the Ruby Princess and Emerald Princess vessels in December, before being progressively rolled out on the Island Princess, Sapphire Princess, Regal Princess, Grand Princess, Royal Princess, Coral Princess, Majestic Princess, Sun Princess, Crown Princess, Star Princess, Caribbean Princess, Diamond Princess, Pacific Princess, Sea Princess and Golden Princess in 2017.