As part of Princess’ exclusive partnership with Xponential Fitness, the largest global franchisor of boutique premium fitness brands, guests will also enjoy complimentary onboard Pure Barre, Yoga Six and Stretch Lab classes with the packages, starting in February. Classes from additional boutique brands like Club Pilates, Cycle Bar and Stride will follow shortly after.
“Adding more content to our much sought-after Princess Plus and Princess Premier packages with the addition of premium experiences including fitness and indulgences not only guarantees an exceptional onboard experience but also ensures our guests have maximum options and superior value when vacationing with Princess,” said John Padgett, Princess Cruises president.
Now priced at US$60 per person, per day, Princess Plus gives guests almost 60% off a retail value of $140 if components are purchased separately. The newly enhanced package also now includes the Plus Beverage Package, single device Wi-Fi plan, and daily crew appreciation. Two premium crafted desserts, two smoothies or juices, two fitness classes and free shipping of Medallions prior to cruises.
With Princess Premier, guests pay $80 per person, per day, to receive up to $257 per day in total amenity value if components are purchased separately, a savings of nearly 70%. The package includes the Premier Beverage Package, four-device Wi-Fi plan, daily crew appreciation, two nights of specialty dining, photo package, Princess Prizes, unlimited Premium crafted desserts, unlimited smoothies or juices, unlimited fitness classes, reserved seating in the Princess Theater and a complimentary Medallion accessory.
The new packages are available for bookings made after Dec. 14, 2022, for sailings from Feb. 20, 2023 and beyond.
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