Royal Caribbean adds a new luxury class, launches the first cruise butler-service

Butlers surely are getting more and more popular among luxury holidaymakers. After all who wouldn’t want a taste of luxury and pampering when on holiday? But what if your holiday budget does not call for a butler service? Fret not cause the The Royal Caribbean International (RCI) have announced plans for a new luxury class to its newest mass-market ships, bringing butler service to its low-price vacations at sea.

Called the Royal Genies, these butlers will serve luxury-class guests around-the-clock on select Royal Caribbean ships. The Royal Genies will accommodate the guests’ restaurant and entertainment bookings, sort their laundry, serve in-room dining requests, customize shore excursions and pour hand-made cocktails upon request – leaving them to focus on relaxing and nothing else.

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The new Royal Suite Class service will be available on RCI’s Quantum- and Oasis-class vessels, the newest ships in its fleet, beginning in May 2016. Star Class, Sky Class, and Sea Class are the new service levels available, depending on the level of stateroom booked. The Star Class encompasses the high-end two-story Royal Loft Suite, the Owner’s Loft Suite, the four bedroom Family Suite, Grand Loft Suite, Sky Loft Suite and two bedroom Aqua Theater Suite. Cruisers will also enjoy access to a private restaurant and sundeck, along with free internet access, free fitness classes, and improved in-room amenities.

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[Via : Skift]