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Travel Onboard The Genting Dream Cruise—A Luxurious Way To Escape The City

Onboard The Genting Dream Cruise—A Luxurious Way To Escape The City

Onboard The Genting Dream Cruise—A Luxurious Way To Escape The City
Palace Suite
By Gerald Tan
February 03, 2020
Tatler Focus
Sail through the world’s oceans with The Palace, a one-of-a-kind retreat that is touted as the largest “ship-within-a-ship” out at sea

Beautiful, mysterious and filled with wonders beyond the imagination, the sea calls out to mankind’s adventurous spirit. It boasts such a strong, hypnotic pull that acclaimed French marine explorer Jacques‑Yves Cousteau famously likened to a giant net—experience the sea’s splendour once and the mind is forever cast under its spell. 

So when it comes to discovering the appeal of the azure waters, nothing can compare to the time spent on Dream Cruises’ fleet of ocean liners. These gargantuan engineering marvels combine state-of-the-art technology with top-notch service to allow you to soak up the majesty of the ocean in style. The Palace, an “all-inclusive, all-suite” concept introduced by Dream Cruises, elevates that sense of grandeur to new heights.

(Related: Genting Dream's Exclusive Singapore Voyage With British Royal Family Chef Darren McGrady And Imperial Cuisine Expert Chef Ivan Li)

Palace restaurant
Palace restaurant
Round-the-clock European‑style butler service awaits you at The Palace
Round-the-clock European‑style butler service awaits you at The Palace

Found onboard the Genting Dream, World Dream and Explorer Dream cruise ships, The Palace redefines what waterfront living means. Touted as the largest “ship-within-a-ship” out at sea, it is an elegant sanctuary spread over 10,000sqm that boasts the luxuries of a swanky hotel, while maintaining the privacy of a members‑only club. 

From sumptuous dining selections to a thoughtful curation of enrichment activities, you will be spoilt for choice at The Palace. And the experience begins even before you set foot on the ship: priority check-in and embarkation ensure you will skip the hassle of waiting in long lines, while access to the VIP lounge at the cruise terminal offers a glimpse of all the pampering that lies in the voyage ahead. 

(Related: How To Make The Most Of A Short Getaway With Dream Cruises)

Palace Pool
Palace Pool
Seafood Grill by Mark Best
Seafood Grill by Mark Best

Once onboard, you will be greeted by the lavish suites where you can rest and relax in utmost comfort. Want to take things up a notch? Indulge in a stay at the Palace Villa, an extravagant two‑storey, 224sqm space that also comes with its own whirlpool spa, sauna and private sun deck. Packages are also inclusive of meals at celebrity chef Mark Best’s restaurants, beverages as well as exclusive access to private facilities.

Meanwhile, a dedicated butler concierge service is available round‑the-clock to see to your every need. Whether it’s arranging an unforgettable dinner under the stars, or scheduling an excursion to take in all the sights at the port of call, no request is too big or small for the team to handle. 

(Related: How Genting Group Scion Loui Lim Is Putting His Own Stamp On The Family Business)

Sportsplex and waterslide
Sportsplex and waterslide
Humidor cigar lounge
Humidor cigar lounge
Crystal Life Asian Spa
Crystal Life Asian Spa
Zouk Beach Club
Zouk Beach Club

To ensure that every minute onboard is well spent, guests at The Palace can also take part in a bespoke enrichment programme that exalts the finer points of living. Aptly titled “The Connoisseurs Circle”, it comprises a series of workshops and talks specially tailored to appeal to your inner aficionado. As the ship makes its way to destinations such as Christmas Island in Australia; Belitung in Indonesia; Bangkok and Koh Samui in Thailand; Nha Trang and Danang in Vietnam; or Okinawa in Japan, guests can learn more about the art of wine tasting or participate in insightful discussions about haute joaillerie and horlogerie. In short, this is the best way to experience the high life on the high seas. 


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