Dream Cruises Announces New All-Inclusive Dream Palace Experience

The Genting Dream at sea // Photos by Dream Cruises

Dream Cruises has just announced its first all-inclusive cruise through Asia for guests traveling in Dream Palace Suites and Garden Penthouses aboard the Genting Dream and soon-to-arrive twin sister ship World Dream.

There are 142 Dream Palace suites and private VIP facilities, including its own swimming pool, spa, gym and dining venues. These suites also have "Dream Butlers," who are chosen for their “genuine personalities, language skills and renowned for their gracious service and unparalleled expertise,” the cruise line said in a press release. 

Those aboard these ships within these suites will receive complimentary select fine wines, premium spirits and unlimited soft drinks from the premium beverage package, which can be used at all bars and lounges throughout the ship. They will also receive complimentary dining from the exclusive Dream Palace restaurants along with up to five specialty restaurants with each night offering choices of a unique specialty restaurant experience. Breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, and dinner are also included in the Dream Palace restaurants’ inclusive offering, with other complimentary services including in-room soft drinks and bottled water, a Wi-Fi package and exclusive VIP city transfer shuttle services.

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An inside look at the Dream Palace suites

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

Dream Palace guests can also take part in shore excursions and will receive daily housekeeping with nightly turndown services, a menu of pillow options, designated priority check-in lounge and fast-track service for security clearance at the embarkation port.

In the release, Dream Cruises president Thatcher Brown said that the launch of Genting Dream has led to “overwhelming” feedback from Dream Palace guests. He said that this inspired the cruise line to create this all-inclusive offering.

Travelers can enjoy the Dream Palace experience on Genting Dream from September 1 and on World Dream when it arrives in Asia in November.

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