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Voila! Here's what those Royal Genies will look like

Royal Genies' look will vary from daytime casual to more formal evening wear
The Royal Genies debuting in the new Royal Suite Class aboard Royal Caribbean International ships this spring are charged with catering to every suite guest's whim. (Royal Genies will serve passengers in the Star Class—that is, Loft Suites or higher categories.)

A contemporary mix of butler/concierge, they're positioned as the ultimate insider to help craft one-of-a kind experiences based on their passengers' personal style and preferences. This could entail planning a date night or a family celebration, or creating a memorable shoreside adventure. After a day in port, passengers can return to handcrafted cocktails made in-suite

Royal Genies also will assist with making restaurant and show reservations, in-room dining requests and details such as laundry, pressing, shoeshining, luggage handling and unpacking.

This week Royal Caribbean unveiled the Royal Genies' contemporary fashion and lifestyle look. Their casual daytime style consists of trousers and linen shirts for balmy days to a more formal evening look with bold pops of purple and cranberry.  

Royal Suite Class amenities include free VOOM, Royal Caribbean's super-fast Internet; complimentary specialty dining in all signature venues; an Ultimate Beverage Package; inclusive gratuities; preferred seating at select venues and upgraded room amenities.

Royal Suite Class will be available for sailings beginning in May aboard Allure of the Seas, Oasis of the Seas and Anthem of the Seas, plus Harmony of the Seas and Ovation of the Seas (Sydney departures only) when they debut this spring.