Celebrity Cruises announces new benefits for suite guests

Royal Suite

Celebrity Cruises has announced additional benefits for guests who sail in Suite Class.

Bulgari bath products will be delivered to suites daily and a daily delivery of different dips, finger foods, desserts and fruits will also be made.

Guests in Reflection Suites, Penthouse Suites, Royal Suites and Signature Suites will receive a bottle of Perrier-Jouët champagne on embarkation day. These guests will also receive a complimentary laundry allowance.

These additional benefits will be introduced fleet-wide in January 2016.

As of 16 December 2015 Sky Suite guests will have access to Michael’s Club, an exclusive lounge that offers complimentary cocktails and appetisers.

Celebrity Cruises’ Suite Class was launched in April and offers additional benefits exclusively for suite guests. Guests have access to the Luminae restaurant and the services of a dedicated European-trained butler service.

Suite guests also receive: priority boarding, priority embarkation and early embarkation; priority selection of a dining time in the main restaurant as well as speciality restaurant seating preferences; the option to enjoy in-suite dining with 24-hour room service; and a bottle of wine as a welcome gift.

Furthermore, guests in a Reflection, Penthouse or Royal Suite receive: unlimited internet access throughout the cruise; unlimited complimentary speciality dining; and a complimentary premium beverage package for each adult staying in the suite with a Premium Non-Alcoholic Package for each child.

Brian Abel, Vice President of Hotel Operations at Celebrity Cruises said: “Suite Class is the epitome of our modern luxury holiday experience, which now offers even more for our guests. We’re the only premium cruise line that ensures that all suite guests – regardless of category – not only have a personal butler, but also a private restaurant, and an exclusive lounge with a dedicated concierge.”

Next month Celebrity Cruises will relax its dress code across the fleet, replacing formal nights with “Evening Chic” nights. Guests will be expected to dress smarter than on smart casual nights but do not necessarily need to wear formal attire. Designer jeans and sundresses will be acceptable alongside tuxedos and gowns on these nights.

Two “Evening Chic” nights will take place on sailings of seven nights or more, starting on 4 December.

(Photo credit to Celebrity Cruises)