Cruise ship operator Royal Caribbean has unveiled a luxurious new upgrade to some of the staterooms aboard its fleet. The new update has transformed rooms on its Radiance, Voyager, Freedom, Oasis, Quantum and Quantum Ultra Class ships to provide customers with a one-of-a-kind stay. Each room boasts all of the relaxation of a spa retreat right from your room. Passengers who opt for the room will also benefit from exclusive spa benefits and discounts.
The new spa stateroom is described by the cruise holiday provider as “your private retreat for relaxing and recharging”.
The staterooms come with a double bed, sofa space, plenty of storage and a walk-in bathroom.
Guests will also enjoy an Oceanview balcony with high quality, cushioned outdoor furniture.
The spa Stateroom will include a range of “calming in-room amenities” including specialist, down-feather bedding and “upgraded toiletries”.
Passengers staying in a spa room will also benefit from 50 per cent off one spa treatment, priority spa reservations, a welcome basket of fresh fruit and daily coffee and tea deliveries.
Meanwhile in-room technology including a bluetooth speaker and jetted shower head will allow passengers to take the spa back to their abode at the end of each day.
Though the exact price of the new staterooms isn’t yet public, the firm will be allowing booking starting 28 October for journeys departing in 2021 and 2022.
The cabins will be featured on Radiance-, Voyager-, Freedom-, Oasis-, Quantum- and Quantum Ultra-class ships.
“Royal Caribbean’s Spa staterooms are a retreat for connecting, relaxing and recharging with every detail considered to empower our guests’ relaxation and wellbeing,” a Royal Caribbean spokesperson said.
This is the second announcement for the operator in recent weeks.
They also announced a new private island destination set in the heart of the South Pacific.
The Florida-based company will, for the first time, be taking passengers on a venture to Vanauatu, in the South Pacific.
The islands offer marine adventures such as coral reef scuba diving and exploring shipwrecks.
Perfect Day at Lelepa, Vanuatu will be the first carbon-neutral private cruise destination in the world. It is set to open in 2022.
The new project was announced by Vanuatu’s Prime Minister, Charlot Salwai, and Royal Caribbean International President and CEO Michael Bayley.
Salwai and Bayley said the destination will work with the community of Vanuatu to highlight the distinct natural ecological beauty and diverse local culture of the island nation as well as provide employment and education opportunities.
However, they are also working hard to create sustainability features designed to safeguard the island’s ecosystems.
Vanuatu Prime Minister Salwai added: “Vanuatu is a true paradise for both our people and the visitors we welcome to our shores each year.
“Today marks a major step forward in our island nation’s close relationship with Royal Caribbean and one that will support sustainable growth for future generations.
Bayley added: “Anyone who has encountered the tremendous natural beauty of Lelepa can understand why it is the perfect setting for ‘Perfect Day.’
“Our guests who travel to the South Pacific are seeking authentic adventures and genuine relaxation, and they will find both here.”
Published at Thu, 17 Oct 2019 19:46:00 +0000