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AIDAstella with Langnese Happiness Station

Cruise ship presents itself after Beauty treatment in the orient with new offers for the guests

From now, guests can look forward to an ice bar by Langnese Happiness Station on the cruise ship AIDAstella. After a beauty treatment at Drydocks World in Dubai from March 3, until March 8, 2018, the new bar was put into operation.

Thus, this ice cream enjoyment is now offered on a further ship in the fleet. At the Langnese Happiness Station guests can create their own personal ice cream favorites from an astounding variety of delicious ingredients. In addition to the popular swirl, Carte D´Or and soft-serve ice cream is offered.

In a multi-million contract with the shipyard, routine classification and maintenance work was performed as well. In the newly designed Hype – Gaming Center on AIDAstella, even more games have been added to the offerings. In keeping with the motto of fun, action, and sports, all young people aged 12 to 17 can experience a very special vacation with the AIDA Teens Crew in Hype.

Throughout the entire guest area, the lighting system has been fitted with energy-efficient LED lights. This will save even more energy in the future. New carpets were laid on 3,500 square meters of public areas on the ship, the spa area has a whole new shine and the flooring was refurbished.

For the 2018 summer season, 10- and 11-day cruises are scheduled with AIDAstella in the sunny Mediterranean region. These diverse routes take guests from Palma de Mallorca to beautiful cities such as Rome, Barcelona, and Lisbon, and picturesque islands like Sicily, Malta, and Corsica.

More information and bookings at travel agencies, with the AIDA Customer Center at +49 (0) 381 / 20 27 07 07, or at www.aida.de.

Rostock, March 13, 2018

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