Hotels That Move

Check Into A "Hotel That Moves" For a Fun Filled Vacation

Have you ever experienced a vacation that seemed as if all you did was drive from one city to another, check into one hotel after another, and pack and unpack? If so, chances are your memories of this time for relaxation include more thoughts of drudgery than vacation. When planning your next vacation, consider stepping aboard one of the more than 150 cruise ships that sail the oceans of the world. Each of these multi million dollar floating hotels will transport you from scenic port to scenic port in a relaxed and luxurious environment..and you'll only have to unpack once.

Celebrity Cruise Line's Millennium and Crystal Cruise Line's Crystal Symphony at dock in St. Petersburg, Russia while cruise guests tour the famed city.
On a cruise ship you will enjoy the life style of an all inclusive resort knowing your stateroom, meals and entertainment, along with a myriad of daily activities, are all included in the price of your cruise. You will enjoy daily maid service, delicious and sumptuous meals served 24 hours a day in a number of restaurants and cafes. You can enjoy nightly cabaret and/or Las Vegas type shows, tempt lady luck in the ship's casino, or "shop til you drop" in the ship's boutiques. You will also have time to recline in a comfortable lounge chair on deck or by the pool, or curl up with a good book in your stateroom or the ship's library.

The Caribbean harbor of Castries, St. Lucia plays host to Holland America's Volendam, a beautiful five star "Hotel That Moves".
With 25 cruise lines offering cruises worldwide ranging in length from three days to over 100 days, there are many variables to consider when contemplating a cruise. In order to insure you receive the best advice, engage the help of a qualified travel agent associated with an agency that specializes in cruises. He or she can guide you as you ponder the length of your desired cruise holiday, which itinerary would be of the most interest, your preference as to stateroom size, the demographics of potential fellow passengers, the number of sea days versus port days, the cost of the cruise, and a host of other questions. If all this sounds complicated, don't be concerned. A qualified and experienced travel agent can guide even first time cruisers through this process. A suggestion: If you are a first time cruiser, you may want to get acquainted with cruising by taking one of Royal Caribbean's three or four day cruises out of San Pedro, California on the newly renovated Monarch of the Seas. Or, you may consider booking one of the many seven day Mexican Rivera cruises beginning and ending in San Diego. Cruising on lavish multi million dollar ships, visiting exciting ports of call, being pampered with wonderful personal service, enjoying outstanding food and entertainment, and participating in the scores of available shipboard events, is fast becoming the vacation choice of singles, couples and families Eliminate the drudgery of driving from city to city, checking into one hotel after another, packing and unpacking. Replace these tedious tasks with a relaxed vacation full of fun times, fun people and fun activities. Join the nearly 10 million people worldwide who find cruising a relaxed and cost effective way to vacation. Check into a "Hotel That Moves". For additional insight into cruising and cruise ships, visit www.cruisecritic.com.
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