Princess Cruises has introduced tea and coffee making facilities in all staterooms on the Sapphire Princess.
Sapphire Princess is the main ship sailing from the UK, both this year and in 2019, and the new amenities in cabins will appeal to the British market and their love of tea.
Sapphire Princess underwent an extensive two-week refit earlier this year, which included the introduction of a new luxury bed in every stateroom. The new in-cabin tea and coffee making facilities will further enhance each room.
Guests can also continue to order complimentary tea and coffee in their stateroom via the onboard 24hr room service on Sapphire Princess and all other Princess ships.
Tony Roberts, Princess Cruises’ vice president UK and Europe, said: “We fully appreciate how much Brits all enjoy drinking tea and coffee. While it’s still easy enough for guests to order complimentary hot drinks via room service or our onboard restaurants, introducing kettles will give them an extra coffee and tea-making option when it’s time to rise and shine or they’re sitting back and relaxing in their stateroom or balcony.”
Sapphire Princess is currently sailing roundtrip out of Southampton up to October 2018, followed by an April to October season in 2019. A variety of voyages are on offer, largely to the Mediterranean and northern Europe, as well as a 24-day Canada & New England voyage in 2019.