Unlimited Drink Packages- New offerings on Royal Caribbean

RC Drinks Nov 2013
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Royal Caribbean introduced its unlimited drink packages in 2012, and now, nearly a year later, they’ve made some changes and added some new offerings. You can find details below, and one other change of note: when it comes to unlimited alcohol packages, any eligible guest in a stateroom may choose whether or not to purchase a package. The previous policy required that all eligible guests in a stateroom  purchase a package.

Straight from the line, here are the package details:

The Royal Replenish Package

$20 per guest each day, includes:

  • Premium coffee
  • Premium tea
  • Bottled water
  • Sparkling water (375ml)
  • Still water (500ml)
  • Fresh squeezed orange juice
  • Non-alcoholic cocktails
  • Fountain soda with souvenir cup

The Select Package

$40 per guest each day, includes:

  • Beer
  • Wine by the glass (up to $8 value)
  • Non-alcoholic cocktails
  • Fountain soda with souvenir cup

The Premium Package

$55 per guest each day, includes:

  • Call and premium cocktails (up to $10 value)
  • Frozen cocktails
  • Beers
  • Premium wine by the glass (up to $12 value)
  • Non-alcoholic cocktails
  • Still bottled water (500ml)
  • Fountain soda with souvenir cup
  • 20% discount on purchases of bottles of wine

The Ultimate Package

$65 per guest each day, includes:

  • Virtually unlimited options.  A combination of all the benefits from the Premium and Royal Replenish Package

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