NEWS: Royal Caribbean Introduces Royal Suite Class

Porthole Cruise Magazine Reports:  Royal Caribbean Introduces Royal Suite Class

"Royal Caribbean International has announced a new Royal Suite Class, which will allow guests to experience a range of innovative accommodations and a variety of luxury benefits and amenities based on three tiered service levels."


 

Tags: Royal Caribbean Suites

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Interesting but likely well outside of our budget.

Not in my budget either.  

Not a surprising move.   MSC has multi tiered accommodations as does NCL, Celebrity, HAL, Cunard and even Carnival will have the Havana on the Vista.  I guess cruising is going back to a First class, second class and 3rd class system.

Lucky for me during the movie Titanic I thought it looked like 3rd class had more fun (until the ship sank) then first class.   I would rather be comfortable in jeans with the dancing and sing along then all stuffy in a tux with a bunch of pretentious people trying to out stuffy each other.  A butler on a cruise...... Really who needs that?  if your to lazy to unpack and pack..... STAY HOME.

LOL.

JusMe, I should know better by now... never take a sip of any liquid before reading one of your reviews.

I do agree with the thoughts about the re-emergence of caste-system cruising. I'm not sure if I think that is a good thing (or not) at this point. As long as we are able to relax and enjoy ourselves, that's the most important thing to us.

And now this is how I picture CruisingCM every time I see a JusMe post!  Big thanks to both for ongoing smiles! Big Smile

 

 I'm more of a drink in hand, feet in the sand kind of girl.  But It might be nice to do for a celebration cruise.

Funny!!

Not far off... LOL :)

Glad I can be part of bringing a smile to the face of my fellow cruise addicts Happy

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