In conjunction with Crystal Cruises’ 30th Anniversary this year, Crystal International Asia announces its latest Crystal River Cruises’ experience for 2020 onboard the Crystal Mozart with offerings to cater to the growing number of travelers from the Philippines.
As one of the five vessels from the award-winning Crystal River Cruises fleet, Crystal Mozart offer the renowned Crystal’s experience and service with an additional touch of “East-meets-West” for discerning Asian travelers seeking unique vacation across Europe.
“Crystal has reimagined and redefined luxury river cruising for Asian travelers across Europe with the all-suite, butler-serviced Crystal Mozart’s Asian-friendly pampering offerings,” said Michael Goh, president of Dream Cruises and Head of International Sales, Genting Cruise Lines in a statement.
Beginning March 2020, Crystal Mozart’s will be anchored by the cities of Vienna, Austria, Budapest, Hungary and will feature a variety of 6, 7 and 10-night all-inclusive itineraries on the majestic Danube River including special Christmastime Market cruises to truly embrace the festive holiday season.
Crystal Mozart is Europe’s most spacious river ship at twice the width of any other. It’s all-inclusive features include the all-suite-all-butler service with an industry leading staff to guest ration of 1 to 1.7, translating to 92 crew members to take care of 154 guests. It offers social spaces, restaurants and spa.
Amenities include king-sized beds, robes and slippers, ETRO amenities, and wall-mounted flat-screen HD TVs.
Four restaurant outlets—Waterside, Bistro Café, Vintage Room, and Palm Court—feature farm-to-table cuisine concept in multiple, open-seating dining areas, and entertainment.
Crystal’s guests going on shore excursions are transported in luxury motor coaches equipped with complimentary water and Wi-Fi. Tours are designed with multiple language options facilitated by professional tour guides.
Crystal Mozart will pile the iconic waterway of the mighty Danube river this year with itineraries to include Wachau Valley and its famous vineyards and breweries, and the medieval cities of Vienna, Bratislava, Budapest, Passau, Meik, and Krems.