Royal Caribbean launches hotel booking platform with discounted rates


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Cruise industry giants Royal Caribbean have launched a new hotel booking platform that passengers can take advantage of when booking their cruises. Powered by travel comparison website Priceline, the new engine will make cruise travel even easier for cruise passengers in the future – just in time for what looks to be a banner year for cruise travel following the reclassification by the CDC of the risk level of cruise travel. .

From preferential hotel rates for platform users to highly customizable search options to allow travelers to book exactly what they’re looking for, the new booking engine is set to be a hit for those traveling on a Royal Caribbean cruise around the world. ‘to come up. Here’s a rundown of what we know about the new platform, a look at its features, and a recap of other recent cruise industry stories.

Royal Caribbean Hotels – What Travelers Need to Know

While boarding the ship is the main event, travelers often book their trips by staying at a hotel close to the port of departure, both at the start and at the end of their journeys. With stays like this essential to hope that vacations start well and end in the best possible way, travelers need to choose their hotel choices carefully – and that’s where Royal Caribbean’s new hotel booking platform comes in. useful.

Called Hotels in Royal Caribbean, the new service offered by the giants of the cruise industry allows travelers to book stays in hotels in the ports of arrival and departure served by the cruise line. The platform will offer passengers exclusive fares around the world, including ports in the Caribbean, Europe, Asia-Pacific, as well as North, South and Central America, with some offering discounts important up to 50%.

Like other hotel comparators, Hotels in Royal Caribbean allows cruise passengers to search through thousands of hotels around the world, allowing them to further filter their search based on a number of criteria, such as the amenities the hotel offers and its star rating. However, it also has several key features that set it apart from other hotel booking platforms.

Travelers using the Hotels in Royal Caribbean may benefit from the cruise line paying their hotel cancellation fees in the event of cancellation or modification of the cruise. In addition to this, the cruise line also offers 24/7 support to customers who have booked a hotel stay through the platform, ensuring passengers are in control and in control of the cruise experience. reservation.

The platform is currently only available to travelers in the United States, Canada and Mexico, with a wider rollout of the service expected to take place at a later date. It’s the latest of several exciting announcements from the cruise line so far this year, which previously included the relaxation of its face mask requirements and the recent launch of the world’s largest ship.

However, Royal Caribbean isn’t the only cruise line taking steps to make travel easier for its customers. Cruise rivals Carnival recently rolled out the use of the VeriFLY app for all cruises departing from its US homeports, making the boarding experience much easier and faster for its customers. The move came after a successful trial period earlier in the year.

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