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Exclusive dining part of new Princess 'Club Class' mini-suite perks

Exclusive dining part of new Princess 'Club Class' mini-suite perks

Princess Cruises is offering a new premium stateroom category featuring VIP amenities and exclusive dining. Club Class elevates the mini-suite category with perks like a reserved dining area with expedited seating and expanded menu options and priority embarkation/disembarkation. Plus, Club Class passengers will be among the first to sleep in the new Princess Luxury Bed.

Debuting on select ships beginning in December, Club Class Mini-Suites will roll out through fall 2017.

With Club Class Dining, passengers get expedited seating in a dedicated area of the main dining room, dedicated wait staff and special table décor, and exclusive menu options with daily chef's special and table-side preparations. This alternative is open every evening for dinner and for breakfast and lunch on sea days.

In their mini-suites, Club Class passengers receive a one-time wine-set up on embarkation day (a half bottle of red and a half bottle of white), evening canapés (on request) and terry shawl bathrobes.

They'll have priority check-in and boarding at the beginning of the cruise and priority disembarkation at the end.

Mini-suites range up to 323 square feet with balcony, separate seating area with sofa bed and coffee table, bathroom with combination tub and shower and a welcome aboard glass of champagne, among other amenities.

Passengers in full suites will get all the benefits of Club Class and be among the first to experience the new Princess Luxury Bed, in addition to the other amenities offered with a full suite.

 

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