In Princess Reveals More Details On Royal Princess , we revealed details on New, Free On-Demand Programming, announced Four New Original Production Shows, talked about Tea Tower with Sommelier and 250 Blends, an Art and Architecture Mobile Tour and Outdoor Art Installation by Marine Artist Wyland.
Next, in Five More Things You Did Not Know About Royal Princess we added details on the entertainment features of Royal Princess and brought you information on Four Different Water & Light Shows, Flair Bartending Shows andWhiskey Flights at Wheelhouse Bar along with details of the expanded Daily Pub Lunch, ending with more on the Largest Outdoor Movie Screen at Sea, Movies Under the Stars.
Today we bring even more details on other Royal Princess features starting with their Mobile Cruise Information Intranet. Princess@Sea is a brand-new mobile-friendly intranet site will enable passengers to easily access daily updates about entertainment, onboard specials, weather and port news, as well as review their onboard folio from their personal mobile or tablet devices.
Talk about Escaping Completely! Priced from $320 to $3000, the new Royal Indulgence Package center around new cabanas in The Sanctuary, adults-only area which offer an array of exclusive treatments with incredible ocean views as a backdrop. Customized packages that range from $320 to $3,000 for up to four people aim to provide the ultimate in pampering with all-day massages and gourmet food and beverage offerings.
Staying on the ultra-lux track, life just gets better and better for those privileged enough to be in suite accommodations. A new Concierge Lounge for Suites , a first on any Princess ship, gives suite passengers access to an exclusive area to relax or work, complete with full front desk services, plus light snacks and beverages. Subtly boasting a dedicated staff to assist with such things as shore excursions, specialty dining or Lotus Spa reservations, it will also be used as a private disembarkation lounge for suite passengers, much like the Wheelhouse Bar is used for Platinum past guests.
Princess homemade ice cream in the afternoons has always been a treat. With the launch of Royal Princess comes the largest Gelato Menu at Sea. Exclusive and popular Princess recipes with traditional favorites line vanilla, chocolate, dulce de leche, or butter pecan will still be on hand. In addition, Royal Princess’ charming new gelateria will serve up the largest variety of creamy Italian-inspired gelato and ice cream creations at sea. Gelato will feature a menu of eight delicious flavors prepared by the ship’s pastry chef, plus more than 20 toppings and sauces, and specialty items such as sundaes, waffle cones and sweet crepes.
Sabatini’s Bites and Flights -Taking one of the best parts of the line’s signature Sabatini’s Italian restaurant, to be located right next to Vines on deck 5, the wine bar will now offer Sabatini’s Bites to accompany its popular wine flights. Passengers can sample small bites of such dishes as Tuscan Brochettes, Beef Carpaccio and Lamb Chop Lollipops.
Also released this week, more artist renderings of two areas we will be seeing, Club 6 and the ship’s Casino, reporting back live from Venice, Italy when we visit Royal Princess, under construction for a walk-through visit to the ship yard.
Until then, check these other resources for more information about new Royal Princess
- Princess’ dedicated web page for Royal Princess has video, deck plans, stateroom information as well as a list of all features announced to date.
- Princess’ Royal Princess Flickr gallery has more than 100 photos.
- Princess Video Tour Library has (virtual) walks around the ship and exclusive sneak peeks. Hosted by Royal Princess design team members, you’ll get an insider’s look at Royal Princess’ “evolutionary” ship design process.
- Follow Princess Cruises on Twitter and Facebook, where users are usually the first to get notification of new Royal Princess information, instantly
- Send Us An Email for any questions about the ship, if we don’t know the answer, we know people at the cruise line that do.
Royal Princess’ 2013 maiden season will include cruises on the line’s signature Grand Mediterranean itinerary throughout the summer, followed by Eastern Caribbean cruises beginning in the fall.
Up next? Tomorrow brings five more as we countdown the 2o Things You Don’t Know About Royal Princess, adding our take on each.