Crystal Cruises To Go "All Inclusive"
Luxury cruise line Crystal Cruises has announced they have begun the transition to become an “All Inclusive” cruise line.
Following in the footsteps of other luxury lines such as Regent Seven Seas and Seabourn, Crystal will be offering “All Inclusive” value for their guests, providing complimentary fine wines and premium spirits together with an open bar service in all lounges and pre-paid gratuities for butler, housekeeping, dining, and bar staff.
“All Inclusive” is already available onboard Crystal Symphony and will be launched on Crystal Serenity on her Spring Transatlantic voyage sailing on May 8 from New York to Rome.
The complimentary drinks will satisfy even the most refined palates with a generous and impressive selection of premium spirits, such as Marker’s Mark, Grey Goose, Macallan Select, Herradura Silver and Hennessy V.S.O.P.
For wine enthusiasts, Crystal will be providing higher-end vintage wines and champagnes from both boutique and big-name producers, including St.Michael-Eppan Sauvigion Blanc Lahn, Beringer Napa Valley Chardonnay 2008, Banfi Chianti Classico Riserva and Jacquart Brut Mosaique, Reims, France.
There will also be an optional Connoisseur menu featuring awarding winning renowned wines and rare vintage wines, carefully selected malt whiskeys and aged spirits at reasonable, in-house prices.
“Our ‘All Inclusive’ offers a luxuriously comfortable guest experience that focuses, as always, on incredible quality and impeccable execution,” stated Thomas Mazloum, senior vice president, operations. “This ‘All Inclusive’ transition further enhances the extraordinary ease and value of a Crystal vacation.”
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