Inside Costa Cruises’ New Suite Amenities

costa cruisesCosta Cruises has announced a lineup of additional perks for its suite guests starting this month. 

New suite amenities include complimentary meals at the alternative Club Restaurant, unlimited drinks and special access to private events and activities. 

The line’s Club Restaurants are now reserved for suite guests for complimentary breakfast, lunch and dinner. Nonsuits guests can still dine in the restaurant for a fee, depending on availability. Suite guests who want to dine in another specialty venue receive priority when making reservations, and they can also choose to dine in the main restaurant. 

Suite guests also receive a complimentary Intenditore beverage package, the highest drinks package the line offers. Intenditore covers unlimited drinks priced up to 9 euros on bar menus, minibar and cabin drinks, and wine pairings with meals in restaurants or at the buffet. 

Suite guests also get exclusive access to activities like wine tastings, a day pass to the spa’s thermal area, private cocktail events and reserved front row seats to shows in the ship’s theater. Additionally, a specialist is  available to assist with shopping and booking shore excursions. 

Suite accommodations also include complimentary room service, full in-cabin meals, a welcome bottle of Ferrari sparkling wine with canapés, an Illy Caffé coffee maker, fresh fruits replenished daily, bathrobes and slippers, a pillow menu and organic cotton sheets, as well as a private butler who offers shoe shine, unpacking and booking services. 

For sailings from Barcelona, Spain, or Savona, Italy, suite guests also get access to a private VIP area in the cruise terminal. 

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