Royal Caribbean unveils Royal Suite class

Royal Caribbean unveils Royal Suite class

Royal Caribbean International has unveiled a brand new range of Royal Suite Class benefits onboard its Quantum and Oasis Class ships, delivering contemporary luxury designed for discerning travellers on sailings from May 2016.

Royal Suite Class will deliver a range of exclusive amenities based on three-tiered service levels: Star ClassSky Class and Sea Class.  Features include butler service delivered by staff trained and certified by the British Butler Institute; free VOOM, the fastest internet at sea; complimentary specialty dining; an ultimate beverage package; inclusive gratuities; preferred seating at select onboard venues and upgraded stateroom amenities.

The Royal Suite Class experience will be available onboard Royal Caribbean’s six Oasis and Quantum Class ships around the world, including Ovation of the Seas, which is currently under construction in Germany.  The $1.3 billion megaliner will sail out of Sydney for the peak summer season from December 2016, claiming the title of not only the largest cruise ship to ever call Australasia home – carrying almost 5,000 guests and 1,500 crew – but also the most technologically advanced.

“The new Royal Suite Class redefines luxury at sea with exceptional experiences that discerning travellers will appreciate, offering some of the most unique suites onboard the world’s most revolutionary ships,” said Michael Bayley, President and CEO, Royal Caribbean International.

At the height of suite class luxury, Star Class guests can take advantage of the brand new Royal Genie service. Trained and certified by the British Butler Institute, a Royal Genie will serve as a personal assistant to help guests with their every cruising need 24 hours a day, including restaurant, show and shore excursion reservations, laundry, pressing and shoe shining, in-room dining and cocktails, luggage handling and even unpacking.

All guests in Royal Suite Class will enjoy the ultimate in upgraded amenities in their suites – such as Hermès, Ferragamo and L’OCCITANE bath products and luxury pillow-top mattresses. Additionally, all Royal Suite Class guests will have exclusive access to the California-chic Coastal Kitchen restaurant and on Labadee, Royal Caribbean’s private beach paradise in Haiti, suite guests enjoy access to the exclusive Barefoot Beach.

Star and Sky Class guests will enjoy a private Suite Sun Deck and reserved VIP seating in theatres, while Star Class guests will receive these benefits plus exclusive Duxiana DUX mattresses and Frette linens in their suites.

Sea Class includes premium touches in spacious entry-level suites such as the Family Junior Suite, Spa Junior Suite and Junior Suite.

 Sky Class features a selection of inclusive amenities in staterooms such as the AquaTheater Suite, Crown Loft Suite, Owner’s Suite, Royal Family Suite, Grand Suite and Superior Grand Suite.

 Star Class includes the most comprehensive collection of amenities and services for guests staying in the most expansive and luxurious suites, such as Quantum-class’ two-deck Royal Loft Suite, Owner’s Loft Suite, Four Bedroom Family Suite, Grand Loft Suite, Sky Loft Suite and Two Bedroom AquaTheater Suite.

Source = Royal Caribbean
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