Princess Cruises Updates Packages with More Inclusions; Incentivizes Medallion Use

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Princess Cruises has announced updates to its Princess Plus and Princess Premier packages, offering more inclusive options at no additional cost.

The updates include casual dining options, OceanNow delivery service, room service delivery, and express Green Lane embarkation.

Guests on Princess Plus and Princess Premier packages can enjoy prix fixe dining at casual restaurants on voyages embarking from 12AUG onwards. Onboard restaurants including Vines, Salty Dog Pub, O’Malleys, Ocean Terrace, Planks, Steamers, Alfredo’s, and GiGi’s will offer the new three-course, pre-fixed menus.

For passengers opting for Princess Standard, the casual prix fixe dining will be available for USD $14.99, while individual selections will continue to be offered with a la carte pricing.

“Great food is fundamental to the Princess Cruises experience,” said John Padgett, President of Princess Cruises. “By incorporating our casual dining experiences into the Princess Plus and Princess Premier packages, guests can now indulge in more memorable meals tailored to their dining style preferences without hesitation, all while enjoying unparalleled value.”

Complimentary dining options for all guests include multi-course meals in main dining rooms, buffet-style food at World Fresh Market and Horizons Court, treats at the International Café, and poolside offerings at Slice, Coffee & Cones.

In addition, Princess is introducing OceanNow on-demand delivery service with a one-time activation fee of USD $14.99 per guest, waived for Princess Plus and Princess Premier guests. Plus and Premier guests will also receive complimentary room service delivery, with the standard USD $5 per delivery charge waived.

“We take great pride in pampering our guests with friendly service and exceeding their expectations. By offering the OceanNow Service and Room Service without any additional fees to Princess Plus and Princess Premier guests, we aim to elevate their journey to an unparalleled level of comfort, indulgence and value,” said Sami Kohen, Princess Vice President of Food and Beverage.

The line has also announced an enhanced OceanReady embarkation process through its app, offering express "Green Lane Status" for guests who complete all travel information and documents and receive the Princess Medallion before embarkation day.

According to the cruise line, Princess Plus and Princess Premier packages offer passengers approximately 70 per cent in savings compared to purchasing items a la carte.

More information about cruise packages can be found on Princess Cruises' website.

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