Detroit (April 23, 2014) – Experienced cruisers know that the price of a cruise is rarely just what you pay just before setting sail. Drinks, events, port activities and spa services are some of the many “extras” that get added to your tab during your vacation, and presented to you as a parting gift.
Experienced cruisers also know that the hot new trend emerging in luxury vacations in all-inclusive cruises on ships designed to feel like floating country clubs or boutique hotels.
It’s time to bid adieu out-of-pocket expenses on overcrowded ships, and cruise in style on a true luxury cruise line that puts the emphasis on five-star service and destinations typically less-travelled.
Azamara Club Cruises offers all-inclusive cruises throughout Asia, Europe, South America and the Caribbean at price points lower than competitors. Ports are carefully selected for their culture and offerings, and the schedule often allows for more than one night at a port, to allow travelers to truly experience the nightlife and culture of the area.
In keeping with their vision to create a boutique hotel experience, their two ships hold just under 700 passengers, with their smaller size allowing them into ports that larger ships cannot reach. Itineraries are also planned around major events, such as the Monte Carlo Grand Prix.
On board, sophisticated travelers are treated to high end service, a well-equipped spa, with the cost including international cuisine, gratuities, drinks, laundry, and their ever-popular AzAmazing Evenings.
AzAmazing Evenings are epic events related to the destination visited. 2014 AzAmazing Evenings include music in the Liverpool Anglican Cathedral, Three Tenors opera in Italy’s Goldini Theater, and a celebration at the National Theater of Panama. These are included in the cost of the cruise and designed to immerse travelers in the culture of the destinations.
Seasoned, sophisticated travelers who are destination-oriented and looking for a more luxurious way to cruise can get information about cruise specials and sailings, get price quotes and compare value and amenities at CruiseCompete. Through CruiseCompete’s website, you can research a large variety of cruise lines, receive several quotes to suit your needs, and connect directly with travel agents to book the trip. As an independent and free service for cruise shoppers, CruiseCompete is able to provide a platform for comparison shopping for high-end cruises.
When you are ready to experience a luxury all-inclusive cruise to magnificent destinations around the world, start at www.cruisecompete.com.
CruiseCompete has been the premier online cruise marketplace since 2003 (see media praises). Consumers come to CruiseCompete to research and book cruise vacations and have received over 12 million quotes since 2003. Consumers compare offers from trusted travel agents, can see consumer reviews of agents and agencies responding, and then contact travel agents directly for more information and to book a cruise.
CruiseCompete CruiseTrends™ offers monthly stats for an inside look at consumer trends and what consumers want in cruise vacations.
CruiseCompete takes top honors in Travel + Leisure’s “Top 60 Best Apps and Websites for Travelers” with an honorable mention. The Wall Street Journal praised CruiseCompete as “Best Cruise Travel Site,” The New York Times says, “… independent travel agents compete to offer you the best deal,” and follows similar praise from Travel + Leisure, Kiplinger and The Washington Post. The Street says, “Score luxury cruises at bargain prices.”
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