Princess Cruises adding new benefits to Premium All-Inclusive packages

Princess Cruises has just announced new upgrades to its premium all-inclusive packages, with significant improvements coming soon to the additional Princess Plus and Princess Premier packages.

The new additions to these two premium all-inclusive tiers will consist of an enticing mix of new onboard delights and premium health and wellness offerings. Enhancing the value of each premium package will provide guests with savings of nearly 60 to 70 percent, compared to purchasing components individually.


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“Adding more content to the coveted Princess Plus and Princess Premier packages by adding premium experiences, including fitness and indulgences, not only guarantees an exceptional onboard experience, but also ensures our guests have maximum choice and superior value when vacationing with Princess,” Princess Cruises president John Padgett said in a statement.

The newly upgraded Princess Plus and Princess Standard packages will be available on bookings made after 14 December 2022, for sailings departing on or after 20 February 2023.

On voyages after February 20, the line will launch a range of decadent new Princess Premium desserts, featuring sweet treats such as ice cream, pastries and caramel concoctions, which will be included in both Princess Plus and Premier packages. The newly invented treats will be available on board in the Gelateria, Swirls or Coffee and Cones areas.

Then, when it’s time to work off those vacation calories, premium package guests will also enjoy access to an expanded variety of first-class fitness activities, thanks to Princess Cruises’ recently announced exclusive partnership with Xponential Fitness, the largest boutique franchiser in the world. top fitness brands. From February, the line will offer free Pure Barre, Yoga Six and Stretch Lab classes for passengers with premium packages. with classes from other top fitness brands including Club Pilates, Cycle Bar and Stride coming soon.

With the Princess Plus package, guests pay $60 per person per day, which works out to about 60 percent of the $140 retail value if the components are purchased separately. The new improved package includes:

– Drinks Plus Package,

– A device’s wi-fi plan

– Daily tips for crew appreciation

– Two premium handmade desserts

– Two fitness classes a day

– Unlimited fresh juices

– Free shipping of medals before cruises

Princess Cruises medal application
Princess Cruises medal application. (Photo via Princess Cruises)

At a cost of $80 per person per day, the Princess Premier The package also offers guests nearly 60 percent off $140 worth of retail accessories purchased separately, or up to $257 per day in total amenity value. Its additional integrations are:

– Premier Beverage Package,

– Four device wi-fi plan

– Daily tips for crew appreciation

– Unlimited high quality desserts

– Unlimited smoothies or juices

– Unlimited fitness classes

– Two nights of special dinner

– Photo package

– Princess Awards

– Reservation of seats at the Princess Theatre

– Free medal accessory

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