Thursday, August 28, 2014

Princess Cruises Introduces Hip Night Sky Lounge Aboard Regal Princess

The allure of the club scene in Miami is a good enough reason for many passengers to spend a night or two in South Beach before a cruise. Sadly, getting past the velvet rope at the hottest clubs can be a challenge. There’s no need to dwell on your disappointment if you didn't get in at your favored So-Be club before embarking on a Regal Princess cruise—a new club on board is set to rival those ashore.

The Night Sky Lounge, a new, chic nighttime experience is set to debut on Princess Cruises’ newest ship in November, enabling guests to enjoy a contemporary outdoor nightclub under the stars. When the Night Sky Lounge debuts as the ship begins her inaugural Caribbean season, the top-deck Retreat Pool will transform into the new Night Sky Lounge one night during each cruise. Guests can enjoy an upbeat and modern, Miami South Beach-style nightclub vibe, including atmospheric pool and furniture lighting, glowing drinks, and a DJ spinning tunes on a state-of-the-art audio system. Guests can sip sophisticated cocktails, even in the two Jacuzzis, enjoy a flair bartending demonstration, dance the night away, and can even reserve a cabana with hosted bottle service. Guests will pay a nominal cover charge, which is yet to be determined, to enter the Night Sky Lounge.

“The Retreat Pool aboard Regal Princess is such an inviting space, and so transforming it into a cool lounge that offers an entirely new evening experience will be sure to delight our guests,” said Jan Swartz, president of Princess Cruises. “We think the lounge’s great location, beautiful lighting, specialty cocktails, and music will be a winning entertainment experience.”

Regal Princess begins her Caribbean cruise season on Nov 6 with a short preview sailing, followed by a schedule of 7-day cruises to ports in the Eastern Caribbean including St. Thomas, St. Maarten, and Princess Cays in the Bahamas.

The new club sounds like a winner and we only hope that Princess decides to open it on additional nights if it’s so popular that they have to turn guests away.

Image Courtesy of Princess Cruises

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