Princess Cruises has expanded the offerings of its all-inclusive packages to include onboard fitness classes.
The cruise line will now host workouts from Xpotential Fitness, which includes equipment from a range of premium fitness brands such as Pure Barre, Yoga Six, and StretchLab.
John Padgett, president of Princess Cruises said: “To many people, continuing their daily exercise routine on vacation gives license to extra special vacation indulgence, and Princess presents world-class options on both the fitness and indulgence fronts.”
Princess Plus costs you $65 per day and Princess Premier sets you back $95 per day.
Other new inclusions for Princess Plus include two premium desserts per day and access to the unlimited juice bar.
Princess Premier’s latest inclusions include unlimited premium desserts, an unlimited juice bar, a medallion accessory, and reserved theatre seating for production shows.
Princess Premier already also includes extras such as a premier beverage package, WiFi for up to four devices per guest, a photo package, two specialty meals per guest, the MedallionClass experience, and more.
These packages give you the option of essentially turning a Princess Cruise into an all-inclusive experience and the addition of extras such as fitness classes only makes the prospect more attractive.