3512B | Sydney - New York | Princess Cruises Crown Princess | 4th Jun 2025

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Day 0 - Sydney

Sydney, Australia's iconic harbor city, is known for its stunning landmarks, vibrant cultural scene, and beautiful beaches. Visit the world-renowned Sydney Opera House, climb the majestic Sydney Harbour Bridge, or relax on the sun-soaked sands of Bondi Beach. With its incredible range of attractions, rich history, and natural beauty, Sydney is a highlight for travelers on Australian and South Pacific cruise itineraries.

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Day 2 - Brisbane

Brisbane, Australia's third-largest city, is known for its sunny climate, riverfront parks, and thriving arts scene. Wander through the beautiful South Bank Parklands, visit the renowned Gallery of Modern Art, or discover the diverse wildlife at the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary. With its mix of urban attractions and lush green spaces, Brisbane is a popular stop for Australian and South Pacific cruise passengers seeking a vibrant and welcoming city experience.

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Day 4 - Airlie Beach

Airlie Beach, a laid-back coastal town in Queensland, Australia, serves as a gateway to the stunning Whitsunday Islands and the Great Barrier Reef. Relax on the beautiful sandy shores, enjoy shopping at the vibrant markets, or embark on a sailing adventure to explore the turquoise waters and picturesque islands. With its idyllic tropical landscapes and abundance of water activities, Airlie Beach is a popular stop for Australian and South Pacific cruise itineraries.

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Day 10 - Bali (Benoa)

Bali is a province of Indonesia and the westernmost of the Lesser Sunda Islands. East of Java and west of Lombok, the province includes the island of Bali and a few smaller offshore islands, notably Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan, and Nusa Ceningan to the southeast.

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Day 13 - Singapore

Singapore, a mesmerizing city-state in Southeast Asia, offers cruisers a combination of modernity, cultural diversity, and spectacular attractions. Discover popular landmarks like Marina Bay Sands, Gardens by the Bay, and the awe-inspiring Supertree Grove. Explore vibrant cultural districts like Chinatown, Little India, and Kampong Glam for an authentic taste of Singapore's diverse heritage. Treat your taste buds to the delectable flavors of local hawker centers and indulge in some retail therapy on the famous Orchard Road.

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Day 15 - Phuket

Phuket, Thailand's largest island, boasts picturesque beaches, crystal-clear turquoise waters, and lush tropical landscapes. Relax on the pristine shores of Patong Beach, visit the iconic Big Buddha statue overlooking the island, or explore the beautiful Phang Nga Bay with its unique limestone cliffs. Phuket's vibrant nightlife, tantalizing cuisine, and diverse water activities make it a favorite destination for Southeast Asia cruise passengers seeking sun, relaxation, and adventure.

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Day 19 - Colombo

Colombo, the bustling capital city of Sri Lanka, offers visitors an engaging mix of colonial history, diverse architecture, and vibrant street life. Discover the city's historic landmarks such as the elegant Old Parliament Building, the sacred Gangaramaya Buddhist Temple, and the captivating Galle Face Green. Shop at the lively markets, indulge in delicious Sri Lankan cuisine, and soak in the captivating atmosphere of this South Asian gem. Colombo is a popular port of call for Indian Ocean cruises and a gateway to further explorations of Sri Lanka's natural beauty and rich heritage.

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Day 23 - Salalah

Salalah is the capital city of southern Oman's Dhofar province. It's known for its banana plantations, Arabian Sea beaches and waters teeming with sea life. The Khareef, an annual monsoon, transforms the desert terrain into a lush, green landscape and creates seasonal waterfalls. The Frankincense Land Museum, part of the Al Balid Archaeological Site, recounts the city’s maritime history and role in the spice trade.

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Day 28 - Aqaba (Petra)

Aqaba, Jordan's sole coastal city and the country's primary seaport, is situated along the northeastern tip of the Red Sea. This bustling city serves as the gateway to the ancient city of Petra, one of the world's most iconic archaeological sites, and Wadi Rum, a vast desert landscape with immense rock formations and captivating natural beauty. Enjoy Aqaba's azure waters and gorgeous beaches, as well as its thriving markets and historical sites. A strategic stop on Middle Eastern cruise itineraries, Aqaba offers visitors a remarkable journey into Jordan's rich history and diverse attractions.

Day 29 - Transit the Suez Canal

The Suez Canal, a 120-mile-long artificial waterway in Egypt, serves as a crucial commercial shipping route connecting the Mediterranean Sea and the Red Sea, allowing vessels a faster transit between Europe and Asia. While not a port itself, the Suez Canal is a key transit point on many cruise itineraries exploring the Middle East, Africa, and Asia. Passing through the canal gives passengers a unique opportunity to observe one of the world's most famous engineering marvels.

Day 30 - Transit the Suez Canal

The Suez Canal, a 120-mile-long artificial waterway in Egypt, serves as a crucial commercial shipping route connecting the Mediterranean Sea and the Red Sea, allowing vessels a faster transit between Europe and Asia. While not a port itself, the Suez Canal is a key transit point on many cruise itineraries exploring the Middle East, Africa, and Asia. Passing through the canal gives passengers a unique opportunity to observe one of the world's most famous engineering marvels.

Day 31 - Nazareth/Galilee (Haifa)

Haifa, a picturesque port city on Israel's Mediterranean coast, is known for its captivating mix of natural, historic, and cultural attractions. Explore the majestic Bahá'í Gardens and Shrine, delve into the ancient history at the Caesarea National Park, or take a trip to the nearby biblical cities of Nazareth and Galilee. As a port of call for Eastern Mediterranean cruise itineraries, Haifa invites visitors to experience the unique confluence of cultures and rich history of the region.

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Day 33 - Crete (Chania)

Chania, a picturesque harbor town on the Greek island of Crete, is known for its Venetian and Turkish architecture, charming Old Town, and beautiful beaches. Wander through the maze-like streets of the historic center, visit the 16th-century Chania Lighthouse, or unwind on the pristine shores of Elafonisi Beach. As a port of call for Mediterranean cruise itineraries, Chania offers visitors a delightful taste of Greek island life, rich history, and breathtaking landscapes.

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Day 35 - Naples

Naples, a bustling city on Italy's southern coast, offers visitors a captivating mix of historic landmarks, beautiful landscapes, and delicious Neapolitan cuisine. Discover the ancient ruins of Pompeii, venture into the subterranean catacombs of San Gennaro, or savor a slice of authentic Margherita pizza. As a popular port of call for Mediterranean cruise itineraries, Naples serves as a gateway to the Amalfi Coast and provides an unforgettable introduction to Italian history, culture, and flavors.

Day 36 - Rome (Civitavecchia)

Rome, the Eternal City, is renowned for its ancient monuments, overwhelming history, and vibrant local culture. Visit the awe-inspiring Colosseum, explore the Vatican City, or toss a coin into the Trevi Fountain. Although Rome doesn't have its own cruise port, the nearby Civitavecchia serves as the gateway to this iconic city for Mediterranean and European cruise passengers. Rome's remarkable blend of history, art, and delicious cuisine make it an essential destination for anyone visiting Europe.

Day 37 - Elba (Portoferraio)

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Day 38 - Florence/Pisa (Livorno)

Livorno, a bustling port city on Italy's western coast, serves as an excellent starting point for cruisers to explore the breathtaking gems of Tuscany. From Livorno, embark on a memorable journey to the enchanting cities of Pisa and Florence, where Renaissance art and history come to life. Visit iconic landmarks like the Leaning Tower of Pisa, the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, or the stunning Tuscan countryside dotted with vineyards and ancient villages. Back in Livorno, delight in local seafood delicacies and take a stroll along the picturesque waterfront promenade.

Day 39 - Toulon/Provence (La Seyne)

Toulon, a charming port city nestled on France's southeastern Mediterranean coast, offers cruisers a captivating blend of historic charm, picturesque scenery, and vibrant Provençal culture. Wander through Toulon's charming old town, visiting iconic landmarks like the Toulon Opera, the Cathédrale Notre-Dame-de-la-Seds, and the bustling Cours Lafayette market. Discover the city's naval past at the Toulon Maritime Museum, or take a scenic ride on the Téléphérique du Mont Faron, offering stunning panoramic views of the city and the surrounding coast. Relax on the idyllic beaches of Mourillon, or venture out to explore the stunning coastal landscapes and charming villages of the nearby Var region. Toulon's fascinating history, inviting atmosphere, and scenic beauty create a delightful and unforgettable French Mediterranean cruise experience.

Day 40 - Barcelona

Barcelona, a bustling city on the northeastern coast of Spain, boasts striking modernist architecture, lively art scene, and delicious local cuisine. Visit the iconic Sagrada Familia, explore the winding streets of Barcelona's Gothic Quarter, or marvel at Park Güell's vibrant mosaic creations. As a popular departure and arrival port for Mediterranean cruises, Barcelona invites visitors to dive into its rich history, dazzling art, and captivating local culture.

Day 41 - Mallorca (Palma)

Mallorca, the largest of Spain's Balearic Islands, welcomes cruisers with its striking beauty, crystal-clear waters, and diverse attractions. Explore the island's captivating capital, Palma de Mallorca, with its historic sites such as the Gothic Palma Cathedral, the Royal Palace of La Almudaina, and the charming old town with its narrow cobbled streets. Venture to the stunning Serra de Tramuntana mountain range, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, for idyllic hikes, cycling adventures, and breathtaking views. Relax on magnificent sandy beaches, like Playa de Muro or Cala Millor, and savor delicious local cuisine, wines, and vibrant nightlife.

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Day 43 - Tangier

Tangier is a vibrant city situated on Morocco's northern coastline, where the Mediterranean Sea meets the Atlantic Ocean. Offering a unique blend of African, European, and Mediterranean influences, Tangier features a diverse array of attractions, from the bustling Grand Socco, a lively public square, to the mystical Kasbah, the former Sultan's palace. Wander through the city's captivating medina with its narrow streets, traditional markets, and colorful displays of arts and crafts. Enjoying traditional Moroccan cuisine at a local cafe is a must for visitors, as the lively atmosphere and delicious food make for a truly unforgettable experience. Tangier's rich history, cultural diversity, and stunning coastal views will leave cruise passengers with lasting memories of their visit.

Day 44 - Casablanca

Casablanca, Morocco's largest city, is a dynamic urban center that seamlessly blends traditional Moroccan culture with modern cosmopolitanism. While the city is famous for its connection to the classic film of the same name, Casablanca offers visitors much more to explore. Notable attractions include the majestic Hassan II Mosque, the largest mosque in Africa, which comprises intricate tilework and breathtaking ocean views. The Royal Palace of Casablanca, the Old Medina, and the regal Mahkama du Pacha provide further insight into the city's rich architectural history. Visitors can also enjoy the vibrant arts scene, exceptional shopping opportunities, and the diverse culinary landscape. A visit to Casablanca will leave cruise passengers with a taste of Morocco's unique blend of tradition and progress.

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Day 46 - Lisbon

Lisbon, the picturesque capital of Portugal, offers visitors a captivating mix of historic charm, beautiful landscapes, and contemporary attractions. Discover the grand São Jorge Castle, delve into the maritime history at the Jerónimos Monastery, or explore the lively neighborhoods of Alfama and Bairro Alto. As a popular port of call for European cruise itineraries, Lisbon provides a diverse array of engaging experiences and breathtaking scenery for visitors to enjoy.

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Day 48 - Bilbao

Bilbao, a thriving city in northern Spain, is renowned for its innovative architecture, vibrant art scene, and delicious Basque cuisine. Visit the iconic Guggenheim Museum, explore the charming streets of Casco Viejo (Old Town), or sample the unique fusion of traditional Basque and modern Spanish gastronomy. As a port of call for various Atlantic and Mediterranean cruise itineraries, Bilbao offers visitors a captivating mix of culture, history, and local flavor.

Day 49 - Bordeaux (Le Verdon)

Bordeaux, a port city on the Garonne River in southwestern France, combines classical beauty with a vibrant contemporary ambience. The city offers a rich historical heritage evident in its opulent landmarks like the Gothic Bordeaux Cathedral and the famed water mirror 'Miroir d'eau.' Known globally for its exceptional wine, Bordeaux provides numerous opportunities to visit vineyards and taste world-renowned vintages. The city's dynamic culinary scene, featuring gourmet restaurants and local bistros, also entices food enthusiasts. A popular stop on cruises along the French Atlantic coast, Bordeaux invites travellers to immerse themselves in its blend of history, culture, and gastronomy.

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Day 51 - Cork

Cork, a bustling city on the southern coast of Ireland, boasts a mix of historic landmarks, lively pubs, and breathtaking natural scenery. Visit the iconic St. Fin Barre's Cathedral, explore the historic Elizabeth Fort, or journey to the nearby Blarney Castle to kiss the famous Blarney Stone. Cork is often visited by cruise passengers via the port town of Cobh, which serves as a gateway to the broader region. As a popular port of call on British Isles and Northern European cruise itineraries, Cork provides visitors with a charming and authentic Irish experience.

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Day 53 - Glasgow (Greenock)

Glasgow, the largest city in Scotland, boasts a blend of historic landmarks, vibrant cultural attractions, and a thriving arts scene. Visit the stunning Glasgow Cathedral, explore the cutting-edge Riverside Museum, or immerse yourself in the artistic masterpieces at the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. While Glasgow itself doesn't have a dedicated cruise port, nearby Greenock serves as a gateway for cruise passengers to explore the city. As a popular port of call for British Isles and Northern European cruise itineraries, Glasgow provides visitors with an engaging and diverse Scottish experience.

Day 54 - Liverpool

Liverpool, a cosmopolitan city in the United Kingdom, is well-known for its rich maritime history, iconic architecture, and as the birthplace of The Beatles. Visit the famous Albert Dock, dive into the history of the Fab Four at The Beatles Story museum, or explore the impressive Liverpool Cathedral. As a port of call for British Isles and Northern European cruise itineraries, Liverpool provides visitors with an engaging and diverse exploration of British culture and heritage.

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Day 56 - London (Dover)

Dover, a historic port town on England's southeastern coast, is famous for its iconic white chalk cliffs and significant maritime history. Visit the impressive Dover Castle, explore the fascinating secret wartime tunnels, or marvel at the stunning views from the White Cliffs of Dover. As a port of call for various British Isles and Northern European cruise itineraries, Dover offers visitors an engaging blend of history, natural beauty, and British charm.

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Day 58 - Bergen

Bergen, a charming coastal city in Norway, is known for its colorful wooden buildings, scenic fjords, and vibrant cultural scene. Visit the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Bryggen Wharf, take a ride on the Fløibanen funicular to enjoy panoramic city views, or delve into Norwegian history at the Hanseatic Museum. As a major port of call for cruises exploring the Norwegian fjords and Northern Europe, Bergen offers visitors an unforgettable experience of Norwegian culture and picturesque landscapes.

Day 59 - Skjolden/Sognefjord

Situated at the heart of picturesque fjords, Skjolden is a charming village cruisers will love, as it offers a refreshing escape steeped in stunning natural beauty and Norwegian tranquility. Discover the breathtaking surroundings with a visit to the Jostedalsbreen National Park for awe-inspiring vistas of glaciers, or embark on scenic hikes through the lush landscapes of Mørkridsdalen and Utladalen Valleys. Stroll the village streets and interact with friendly locals who will share insights into their connection with these serene landscapes and their deep-rooted Norse heritage. Skjolden is sure to leave a lasting impression on every nature-loving cruiser.

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Day 62 - Tromso

Tromsø, a vibrant city located above the Arctic Circle, enthralls cruisers with its unique blend of Nordic history, cutting-edge architecture, and rich cultural scene. Explore iconic sites like the striking Arctic Cathedral, the engaging Polar Museum, and the innovative science center, Polaria. Set off on unforgettable excursions to see natural wonders like the enchanting Northern Lights during winter or experience the Midnight Sun during summer months. Venture into the nearby Lyngen Alps for a range of outdoor activities like hiking, skiing, or dog-sledding. Tromsø invites you to immerse yourself in the awe-inspiring beauty and dynamic Arctic charm that define the region.

Day 63 - Honningsvag (for North Cape)

Embark on a captivating cruise-by of the North Cape, Norway's iconic northernmost point on the island of Magerøya. As you sail along the breathtaking Arctic coastline, marvel at the awe-inspiring landscapes, towering cliffs, and mesmerizing light that characterizes this remote region. Witness the legendary Midnight Sun or the ethereal Northern Lights, depending on the season, as you glide past this incredible destination near the Arctic Circle. The North Cape cruise-by promises to leave you astonished by the sheer raw beauty of Norway's farthest reaches and create memories that will last a lifetime.

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Day 66 - Isafjordur

Isafjordur, a charming town located in the heart of the Westfjords region in Iceland, is celebrated for its stunning landscapes, rich maritime history, and vibrant local culture. Explore the fascinating Westfjords Maritime Museum, embark on an adventure through the breathtaking nearby fjords, or visit the picturesque village of Thingeyri. As a port of call for Arctic and Northern European cruise itineraries, Isafjordur offers visitors an unforgettable experience amidst Iceland's unique beauty and culture.

Day 67 - Reykjavik

Reykjavik, the world's northernmost capital, is known for its vibrant culture, captivating history, and stunning natural beauty. Visit the iconic Hallgrímskirkja, experience the street art and lively nightlife of Laugavegur, or embark on an excursion to the nearby Golden Circle to witness the breathtaking Gullfoss waterfall and Geysir hot springs. As a popular port of call for Arctic and Northern European cruise itineraries, Reykjavik provides visitors with a unique and unforgettable taste of Iceland's culture and landscapes.

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Day 70 - Nanortalik

Nanortalik, formerly Nennortalik, is a town in Nanortalik Island, Kujalleq municipality, southern Greenland. With 1,185 inhabitants as of 2020, it is the eleventh-largest town in the country. The name Nanortalik means "Place of Polar Bears" or "Place Where the Polar Bears Go".

Day 71 - Qaqortoq

Qaqortoq, a small and picturesque town in southern Greenland, is known for its colorful houses, lush hillsides, and stunning natural surroundings. Discover the town's history and art at the Qaqortoq Museum, explore its winding streets and passageways, or visit the famed Stone and Man open-air sculpture gallery. With its captivating beauty and warm local community, Qaqortoq is a popular stop for cruise passengers exploring Greenland and the North Atlantic.

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Day 75 - Halifax

Halifax, the capital of Nova Scotia, is a vibrant port city known for its rich maritime history, stunning waterfront, and friendly atmosphere. Visit the fascinating Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, explore the historic waterfront district, or take a leisurely stroll through the beautiful Halifax Public Gardens. With its diverse cultural attractions, historic landmarks, and picturesque coastal landscapes, Halifax is a popular stop for cruise passengers exploring the North Atlantic and Canadian Maritimes.

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Day 77 - New York City (Manhattan or Brooklyn)

New York City, known as "The Big Apple," is a bustling port city in the United States that offers cruisers an unmatched urban experience with its iconic landmarks, diverse culture, and vibrant arts scene. Visit world-famous attractions like Times Square, Central Park, and the Statue of Liberty or explore an array of museums like the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the American Museum of Natural History. Enjoy Broadway shows, indulge in global cuisines at renowned restaurants, and shop in legendary neighborhoods like SoHo and Fifth Avenue. With its endless opportunities for sightseeing, entertainment, and culinary adventures, New York City guarantees an exciting and memorable cruise stop.

Your Ship: Crown Princess

The Crown Princess, operated by Princess Cruises, is a grand-class ship that provides a world of dazzling amenities, sublime dining options, and exotic destinations. With a gross tonnage of 113,561, the ship measures approximately 952 feet in length and has a moulded breadth of 159 feet. It provides accommodation for up to 3,090 passengers and a crew of 1,200, and has 19 decks with 1,545 guest cabins. The ship offers a range of facilities, including nearly 900 balconies, a breathtaking three-story Atrium, and an array of world-class entertainment and dining options. The dining options are varied, from the main dining rooms (Botticelli, Da Vinci, and Michelangelo) to the specialty restaurants such as Sabatini’s and Crown Grill. For entertainment, there are cocktails and Movies Under the Stars by the pool. For relaxation, the ship features the Lotus Spa and a fitness centre. The ship’s itineraries include voyages of discovery to fascinating destinations.

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Crown Princess Rooms

Balcony

The Balcony Cabin on the Crown Princess is a comfortable and spacious accommodation option. The cabin size is approximately 170 sq ft, with a balcony size ranging from 45-90 sq ft. These cabins are located on multiple decks including Emerald, Dolphin, Caribe, Baja, Aloha, Riviera, and Lido. The cabins are equipped with two twin beds that can be converted into a queen-size bed, a desk, a drawer, and some have additional beds for a third or fourth person. The balcony is furnished with a round table and patio chairs, providing a private space to enjoy the ocean views.

Inside

The Inside Cabin, with a size of about 160 sq ft, offers a cozy and economical choice for passengers. These cabins are located on various decks including Plaza, Emerald, Dolphin, Caribe, Baja, Aloha, Riviera, and Lido. Despite lacking a window, these cabins offer the same amenities as the Ocean-View rooms, including two twin beds (convertible to queen), a living area with a desk and seating, and a closet.

Ocean

The Ocean View Cabin provides a picturesque view of the ocean right from your room. These cabins, with a size ranging from 160-190 sq ft, are located on Plaza, Emerald, Riviera, and Lido decks. The cabins are equipped with a picture window (porthole window for category OE), providing a constant connection to the sea and the destinations along the journey.

Suite

The Crown Princess offers a variety of suites including Two-Bedroom Family Suite and Balcony Suites. The Two-Bedroom Family Suite, with a cabin size of 340 sq ft and a balcony size of 90 sq ft, offers ample space for families. The Balcony Suites, with cabin sizes ranging from 305 to 410 sq ft and balcony sizes from 155 to 180 sq ft, offer a luxurious cruising experience. All suites feature a walk-in closet, a living room, and a bathroom with a shower stall, whirlpool bathtub, and double sinks.

Suite (Mini-Suite)

The Mini-Suite offered by Princess Cruises combines luxury and comfort within its approximately 323 square feet of space. It features a separate seating area with a sofa bed, ideal for relaxing or accommodating a third passenger. The suite's spacious balcony, around 57 square feet, provides a private outdoor area furnished with patio furniture. The bathroom in the Mini-Suite is well-appointed with a combination tub and shower. For larger groups, some Mini-Suites include a pullman bed to house a fourth guest.