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Princess Cruises' Sanctuary Collection gives exclusive retreat access and other perks

Princess Cruises opened sales for its new Sanctuary Collection, giving access to Sun Princess's top deck retreat area and other amenities.

These include exclusive private dining and relaxation areas, a luxurious stateroom experience and the Princess Premier bundle for an all-inclusive allure. 

On Sun Princess the top-deck Sanctuary Club is now reserved exclusively for Sanctuary Collection passengers who access the private entry via their Princess Medallion. This adults-only (16 and up) area offers plush lounge furniture, private cabanas, pool and Jacuzzi, soothing music, beverages, light fare and dedicated service.

Sunrise yoga and sail-away receptions

The Club also features exclusive programming, including sunrise yoga classes and sail-away receptions.

Other Sanctuary Collection amenities include priority specialty restaurant reservations and premium stateroom amenities.

Three accommodation levels

Aboard Sun Princess this entails three levels of staterooms — Signature Collection suites (80), mini-suites (123) and premium deluxe balconies (12).

The Sanctuary Collection will also be available on 2025's Star Princess.

Passengers booked as of April 23 with Sanctuary Collection staterooms on Sun or Star Princess will receive the additional amenities outlined at no additional cost, excluding the Princess Premier bundle.