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stateroom

Chiefly Brit a large room in a palace or other building for use on state occasions
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10, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The Princess Cruises "Twice as Nice" sale offers double onboard spending money and savings of up to $1,000 per stateroom on cruise vacations six days and longer to all destinations sailing Summer 2016 through Spring 2017.
Benetti's exquisitely comfortable and sophisticated 120ft superyacht ROMANZA, promises an ultra smooth cruising experience for up to 10 guests who are sure to enjoy her 5 ample and luxurious staterooms.
The Above and Beyond offers are available on select 2014 sailings from June through December and feature savings for multiple destinations so guests are encouraged to book early for best stateroom selection.
Free upgrades to Ocean View Staterooms are also available.
Built to order, the vessel has an owner's stateroom and a marble clad en suite bathroom on the upper-deck, discretely positioned away from the other guest staterooms, offering a grand ocean view.
Those who book will receive shipboard credit of $25 per person for interior and ocean-view staterooms, $50 per person for balcony staterooms and $100 per person for suites.
AquaClass staterooms also get daily deliveries of complimentary bottled water and teas.
The company is waiving the sole occupancy supplement on Category B, A and P staterooms on selected European cruises.
Princess today also revealed details about Royal Princess' staterooms and a number of updated features inspired by suggestions made by the line's passengers.
Supply Department's S-5 division, Hotel Services, is responsible for the upkeep and maintenance of all 150 staterooms used by officers and visiting DVs.
It also had beautiful staterooms and terrific food.
The staterooms reflect what was considered elegant in the 1930s - with rich, dark-wood paneling and dim lighting.