Princess Cruises has announced a new stateroom category, the Club Class Mini-Suite.
The Club Class comes with new Club Class Dining, a reserved dining area with expedited seating and expanded menu options and priority embarkation and disembarkation. Additionally, the mini-suites will be among the first to have Princess’ new Princess Luxury Bed.
Debuting on select ships beginning in December 2016, Club Class Mini-Suites will roll out through the fall of 2017 in association with the cruise line’s “Come Back New Promise” fleet enhancement project. The new stateroom category is available for booking now.
Club Class Dining offers guests a dedicated area of the main dining room with expedited seating, as well as dedicated wait staff and uniquely-styled table décor. The menu will have exclusive options, including a daily chef’s special and table-side preparations. Club Class Dining will be open every evening for dinner and for breakfast and lunch on sea days.
Inside the Club Class Mini-Suites, guests can also enjoy a one-time complimentary wine set-up on embarkation day with a half bottle of red and white wine, as well as evening canapés upon request and terry shawl bathrobes.
Full Suite guests will also enjoy all the benefits of Club Class Mini-Suites including Club Class Dining, and be among the first to experience the new Princess Luxury Bed, in addition to the other amenities offered with a Full Suite.
In addition to Club Class Dining and upgraded amenities and services, Club Class Mini-Suites include all of the standard mini-suite benefits. Mini-suites will be up to 323 square feet with balcony and will have a separate seating area with sofa bed and coffee table, bathroom with combination tub and shower and a welcome glass of champagne.
The “Come Back New Promise” fleet enhancement project also includes a partnership with chef and restaurateur Curtis Stone; The Salty Dog Gastropub, serving the “Ernesto Burger” created by Chef Ernesto Uchimura, founding chef of Umami Burger; Discovery at Sea, with Discovery-themed activities like stargazing, exclusive Discovery & Animal Planet shore excursions, Shark Week and more; and 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 of Wicked, Stephen Schwartz.