I have a generous friend who always likes to send his relatives or pals Bon Voyage gifts to enjoy on board their ship and he always calls for advice on what to send. “They charge so much for wine,” he says, “and also many of my friends don’t drink, so what else is there?”
You can spoil them with the “Pamper Me” package, which includes a day at the Lotus Spa, or the “Breakfast Lovers” that includes their morning meal served on their private balcony.
If they’re celebrating a birthday on board, there are gifts for him or her. “For the Birthday Guy” there’s a men’s shave in the Lotus Spa, bucket of beers and casino credit and “For the Birthday Girl,” a manicure, flowers and coffee card for cappuccinos, espressos, etc.
Dining & romance packages
You can even treat them to one of the alternative dining venues with a “Share the Love,” with dinner for two at Share by Curtis Stone, a box of Norman Love chocolates and champagne, as well as “Salty Sea Days,” with dinner for two and whiskey flights at the Salty Dog Gastropub.
Princess has also refreshed classic romance packages for guests celebrating honeymoons and anniversaries to include new experiences such as deluxe balcony breakfast or specialty dining for two. Most gift packages are sent directly to staterooms on the requested delivery date, which is either embarkation or the day they specify to celebrate. They will also receive a letter from the Customer Service Manager with a summary of the package and instructions for redeeming services.
For more info, contact Cruiseable's Reservations Department at 1-877-322-3773.