Cruise Line Offers Luxury 'Penthouse' Suites at Discount

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Thursday, May 03, 2012
Crystal Cruise Penthouse: Photo credit Crystal

Crystal offers new 'Penthouse' pricing to passengers on fall Mediterranean cruises

View of Venice from your private balcony?  Check.  Butler inside your chic suite pouring your chilled champagne?  Check.  Saving money on the whole extravaganza?  You bet -- thanks to a rare Penthouse sale from Crystal Cruises, offering big savings on the ultimate of luxury Mediterranean sailings this fall.  Couples can receive fare reductions of up to $2,000 on select voyages, as well as Business Class air savings, if reserving one of Crystal Serenity's recently-redesigned, multi-award-winning Penthouses or Penthouse Suites by June 30.

View of Venice from your private balcony?  Check.  Butler inside your chic suite pouring your chilled champagne?  Check.  Saving money on the whole extravaganza?  You bet -- thanks to a rare Penthouse sale from Crystal Cruises, offering big savings on the ultimate of luxury Mediterranean sailings this fall.  Couples can receive fare reductions of up to $2,000 on select voyages, as well as Business Class air savings, if reserving one of Crystal Serenity's recently-redesigned, multi-award-winning Penthouses or Penthouse Suites by June 30.

 

All Penthouse stateroom categories boast a personal butler for complimentary packing and unpacking, pressing, and shoe shine service, daily hors d'oeuvres, fully stocked champagne, wine and spirits bar, personalized stationery, walk-in closet, larger verandah, and specialty restaurant room service from the likes of Chef Nobu Matsuhisa, among other complimentary amenities.

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