Caribbean International is working on a Suite Class package of amenities and
will roll it out sometime in 2016, President Michael Bayley said.
aboard Quantum of the Seas at Vacation.com's annual conference last week, Bayley said the
general idea was to make it an all-inclusive product. Royal
Caribbean spokesman Harrison Liu said the exact list of all-inclusive elements was still
president of Celebrity Cruises when that line conceived its Suite Class. The
category became operational last month on all Celebrity ships except Celebrity
Suite Class provides
a tiered system of benefits. All guests in Sky Suites and above have exclusive access to the
Luminae restaurant. Those in Celebrity, Signature, Royal, Penthouse and
Reflection suites have exclusive access to Michael’s Club, a lounge that was
originally a pub-style venue on Celebrity ships.
guests in Royal, Penthouse, and Reflection suites have additional
complimentary benefits, including a premium beverage package, unlimited
specialty dining, unlimited Internet access and access to a mini-bar stocked
with beer, soda, and water daily.
said Royal Caribbean's Suite
Class is intended for the high-value customer.
Guests staying in
senior-level suites on Royal Caribbean ships already get numerous privileges and
benefits, including priority check-in, Concierge Club access on select ships,
tender priority on select cruises, VIP pool deck seating where available, and
private breakfast and lunch seating in specialty restaurants on Voyager- and