Royal Caribbean Adds New Dining Packages

By ,   May 1, 2019 ,   Cruise Industry

Royal Caribbean recently revealed a new dining package for cruisers, dubbed the Unlimited Dining Package. This new meal option replaced the Ultimate Dining Package on April 12 and offers guests the most specialty dining choices. 

The Unlimited Dining Package gives guests the chance to enjoy favorite onboard dining establishments as much as they like with no limitations. Prices start at US$24 per person, per day, but the cost varies based on the ship class and sailing. The Unlimited Dining Package allots US$35 per person when visiting restaurants that offer a la carte pricing. Johnny Rockets is included in the price but Chef’s Table, culinary activities, and beverages are not. The Unlimited Dining Package provides discounts on wine, including 40% off bottles under US$100 and 20% off bottles over US$100. As for children between 6-12 years old, they can be added to a reservation for US$10.

Royal Caribbean dining packages

Royal Caribbean also added a new specialty dining option where guests can reserve a dinner at Chops Grille plus an additional dinner at another specialty restaurant. The Chops + 1 Dining Package is available on select sailings to be booked through the line's Cruise Planner site. The first dinner has to be redeemed on the first or second night of the cruise, while the second one can be redeemed any other night and may not be redeemed in Chops Grille venue. For a la carte pricing venues, the package includes a US$35 food credit. 

The Chops + 1 Dining Package is not valid for premium experiences such as Chef’s Table, Izumi Hibachi experience, Holiday Dinners, Mystery Dinner Theater, and wine pairings dinners. The cost of the package is US$75 per person and includes a 40% discount on bottles of wine under US$100 and 20% on bottles over US$100 during the meals. Kids between the ages of 0-5 are complimentary while ages 6-12 are US$10.