Carnival Wants to end Cheap Cruises (Royal Caribbean Agrees)

Carnival Wants to end Cheap Cruises (Royal Caribbean Agrees)

A hotel room that sells for $100 a night comes with a place to sleep, maybe a pool, and if you’re really lucky, a free, very mediocre breakfast. Buy a cruise cabin for $100 a night — something that’s easy to do right now — and you get your cabin, multiple pools, hot tubs, shows, live music, and as much food as you can eat from multiple venues.

That’s a great deal when cruise prices are relatively in line with land-based vacation prices. While they’re depressed, which they have generally been since the cruise industry returned from its covid-related shutdown in July 2021, both Royal Caribbean Group (RCL) – Get Free Report and Carnival Cruise Lines (CCL) – Get Free Report expect that to change.