Dream Cruises Announces Asia’s First All-Inclusive Suite Concept

Dream Cruises today unveiled a new luxury experience in its Dream Palace Suite and Genting Penthouses aboard the Genting Dream and World Dream.

Guests will get an all-inclusive experience with personalized services aboard, in-room and on-land, the company said.

Dream Palace is the company’s “ship-within-a-ship” concept with 142 suites and private VIP facilities including its own swimming pool, spa, gym and dining venues.

“Since the launch of Genting Dream, guest feedback on our Dream Palace experience has been overwhelming. This has inspired us to create an all-inclusive luxury offering, which upgrades our guest experience to a new level and makes our Dream Palace proposition across our fleet even more exceptional in the market,” said Thatcher Brown, President of Dream Cruises.

The concept launches on September 1 on Genting Dream, and in November on World Dream when the ship arrives in Asia.

The concept includes a full all-inclusive experience aboard, ranging from food and beverage to WiFi, city transfers and more.

 Dream Palace guests will also enjoy an exclusive al fresco seafood barbeque dinner hosted on the Dream Palace private pool deck area during the last sea day of all five-night cruises.  In addition, Dream Palace guests will have first priority at booking at the recently-launched Vintage Room private food and wine chef’s table that showcases Dream Cruises’ preferred relationship with Penfolds wine makers and their extended vineyards globally.

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