Amenity Package on Victoria Cruises

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An enhanced luxury

Setting a higher standard for travel on China's Yangtze River, Victoria Cruises is further enhancing its "Amenity Package" program.

The "Amenity Package" features a variety of services to eligible passengers, including enhanced ship placement, access to exclusive VIP areas, complimentary beverages including morning coffee and tea service, enhanced dining privileges, exclusive happy hour, and complimentary Wi-Fi Internet access in the Executive Lounge and lobby areas, with computers available for passenger use. The program also include a welcome fruit basket, shoe shine service, complimentary diet soda and wine and beer with dinner, and nightly turn down service.

Initially designed for the discerning travelers on suite accommodations, the unique "Amenity Package" by Victoria Cruises is now available as an included feature to eligible China Spree travelers on all cabin categories for any of the following China cruise tours, which use Superior Stateroom category on Victoria Cruise ships.

  • Grand China & Yangtze Cruise
  • Yangtze Cruise & Tibet Odyssey
  • China Panorama
  • Imperial China, Tibet and Hong Kong

The following China Spree Luxury cruise tours are booked on Executive Suite with included Executive Deck Program.

  • The Dragon Heart of China & Yangtze
  • China's Imperial Wonders & Yangtze
  • Roof of the World & China

Privileges of Executive Deck Program includes:
Victoria Jenna Table Set
Victoria Jenna Table Set

1) Dinning

  • A la carte dining at VIP dining area (A La Carte Restaurant at 5th Deck). Note: all other passengers dine at the buffet-style "Dynasty" Restaurant
  • Complimentary house wine and beer at dinner.
  • Diet soda included for lunch and dinner

2) Privileges at Executive Lounge (5th Deck)

  • Hot & Cold soft drinks available daily in Executive Lounge (Pepsi, Sprite, Juice, Coffee, and Tea)
  • Complimentary "Happy Hour" one hour before dinner in the Executive Lounge (including House Wine, Beer, and Soda). Note: another Happy Hour also takes place in the Yangtze Club lounge, where drinks may be purchased by all passengers.
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi service in the Executive Lounge and lobby areas
    Victoria Jenna Table Set
    Chicken Wrapped Shrimp-sample food on Victoria Jenna
  • Complimentary internet computer usage in the Executive Lounge

3) Other privileges

  • Welcome Fruit Basket
  • Complimentary morning coffee and tea service
  • Nightly turn down service with printed Daily Itinerary
  • Complimentary shoeshine service
  • Private shore excursions with 6 or more passengers in a particular group
  • Reserved seats for evening entertainment may also be reserved through the Cruise Director by passengers purchasing the Executive Deck Program. We ask that those who have reserved seats arrive for the show 15 minutes prior to the scheduled starting time.

A Culinary Experience on the Yangtze

As an American-managed company recognizing the importance of the culinary experience to discerning Western travelers, Victoria Cruises has invested heavily in the training of its kitchen staff as well as the upgrading of its ingredients, placing emphasis on natural foods and healthy preparation. All food on the ship is freshly-made. Grass-fed and non-hormone meats are used, and all pastries, breads and desserts are handmade.

Chef Walter Staib
Chef Walter Staib

Victoria Jenna is equipped with two dining rooms and two separate kitchens, in order to handle customized meal requests from passengers requiring kosher, gluten-free, vegetarian or vegan dishes (advance notice may be required for some requests). A separate à la carte dining room is available for guests staying on one of the Executive Decks and eligible China Spree travelers, providing a more exclusive atmosphere in addition to menu items which may not be offered in the main, buffet-style Dynasty Dining room.

Victoria Cruises works with Philadelphia-based Concepts By Staib, Ltd. to continually improve its culinary program. Internationally-acclaimed chef Walter Staib and his senior chefs travel to China periodically to outfit the ships as well as train and update the onboard chefs with the necessary skills and recipes to prepare high-quality Western dishes.

In addition, many of Victoria Cruises’ chefs train at the Tung Shing House in New York City, a restaurant owned by Victoria Cruises’ parent company, where they are able to further hone their culinary and communication skills.

"Our culinary program is just the icing on the cake," said Larry Greenman, manager of public relations and customer service for Victoria Cruises. "Our Executive Deck program, with all of its upgraded amenities and privileges, has become the new standard in small luxury river cruising on China's Yangtze."