Princess Cruises is sweetening the deal for its all-inclusive Princess Plus and Premier packages by introducing desserts and exercise classes, beginning Feb. 20.
The line will introduce Princess Premium desserts, which Princess described as "elaborate confections overflowing with gelato, pastry and candy mixtures." These desserts will be included in the Princess Plus and Princess Premier packages.
At the same time, the line will offer fitness classes as part of its partnership with Xponential. Classes hosted by Pure Barre will offer full-body low-impact workouts, Yoga Six will direct yoga classes, and Stretch Lab will be led by "flexologists" who help guests stretch muscles further than they could alone. The line will later roll out classes from Club Pilates, Cycle Bar and Stride.
The Princess Plus package -- which includes the Plus Beverage package, single device WiFi and daily crew gratuity -- will now also include two premium crafted desserts, two fitness classes per day, unlimited juices and free shipping of Medallions before the cruise. The package is $60 per day.
The Princess Premier package, at $80 per day, entitles guests to the Premier Beverage Package, a four device WiFi-plan, daily crew gratuities, two nights of specialty dining, a photo package, Princess Prizes, unlimited crafted desserts, unlimited smoothies or juices, and unlimited fitness classes.
Premier package members also have reserved seating in the Princess Theater and receive a complimentary Medallion accessory.
The new packages are available for bookings made after Dec. 14 for sailings departing Feb. 20 and beyond.