Riviera River Cruises is offering a $1,000 per person discount on the majority of its departures in Europe through October 2022.
“We launched our marketing in North America just five years ago and gained a lot of momentum with our travel advisor partners before COVID-19 arrived, with their clients returning from cruises very satisfied,” said Marilyn Conroy, RivieraRiver Cruises’ Executive Vice President Sales and Marketing North America. “Now that cruising has resumed and we look to build on that momentum, we’ve decided to offer a discount that’s more generous than any we’ve offered before – about 30 percent off, on average – so as many travelers as possible can try us this year. We firmly believe they’ll return again and again, and spread the word among family and friends.”
Details of the discount:
- $1,000 off per-person prices listed on Riviera’s website, on any category of cabin or suite.
- Valid on new bookings for departures through October 2022.
- Excludes Douro River cruises, holiday-season cruises and departures for solo travelers.
Riviera River Cruises is the only European river cruise line that doesn’t accept direct bookings, preferring to send the business to its travel advisor partners instead. Consumers who contact Riviera directly are referred to a travel advisor partner at full commission.
Riviera’s guests are also protected by the company’s happiness guarantee. If a guest isn’t satisfied by the second day of their cruise, Riviera will assist in bringing them home with a full refund.
Riviera River Cruises offers 20 itineraries on 10 rivers and waterways, including exclusive departures for solo travelers with no single supplement and holiday season cruises. Riviera’s fleet of 12 is one of the youngest in Europe, with spacious cabins and suites, and its cruises include culinary experiences, from breakfasts to four-course dinners featuring regional and international specialties, as well as expert-led excursions to classic sights and lesser-known places.
Riviera guarantees value, promising never to add hidden surcharges or fees, and it doesn’t automatically include gratuities or drinks, so the choice is up to guests.
This article was originally published at the River Cruise Advisor.