Princess introduces new Club Class Mini-Suites

Princess introduces new Club Class Mini-Suites
Princess Cruises introduces Club Class Mini-Suites featuring VIP amenities and exclusive dining

Princess Cruises has introduced the new Club Class Mini-Suite, a premium stateroom category featuring VIP amenities and exclusive dining.

Perks include new Club Class Dining, a reserved area in the Main Dining Room with expedited seating and exclusive menu options; priority embarkation and disembarkation; and upgraded amenities. Guests will also be among the first to benefit from the new Princess Luxury Bed, which was designed in collaboration with certified sleep expert Dr. Michael Breus and HGTV designer Candice Olson.

In addition, guests in Club Class Mini-Suites will be able to access all of the standard mini-suite benefits. These include staterooms of up to 323 sqft with a balcony, a separate seating area with a sofa bed and coffee table, a bathroom with a combination tub and shower, and a welcome glass of champagne. Full Suite guests will also enjoy all the benefits of Club Class Mini-Suites including Club Class Dining, and the new Princess Luxury Bed.

“Club Class Mini-Suites provide Princess guests yet another elevated product enhancement to enjoy during their cruise vacation,” said Jan Swartz, Princess Cruises president. “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 and ultimately ‘come back new.’”

Debuting on select ships in December 2016, Club Class Mini-Suites will roll out through autumn 2017 in association with the cruise line’s multi-year, multi-million-dollar programme ‘Come Back New Promise’.

This programme includes a partnership with award-winning chef and restaurateur Curtis Stone; the introduction of the Salty Dog Gastropub; and a partnership with Discovery to enable guests to enjoy exclusive Discovery & Animal Planet shore excursions, Shark Week and more. Guests can also enjoy new entertainment offerings including The Voice of the Ocean singing competition and ‘Magic to Do’, an original production from the award-winning composer and songwriter Stephen Schwartz.

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Rebecca Gibson
By Rebecca Gibson
Thursday, May 5, 2016