Thomson Cruises is to make a “significant investment” in further revamping two of its ships.
Thomson Dream (pictured) and Thomson Celebration will be upgraded as part of the line’s modernisation strategy.
The work will cover public areas such as sun decks and lounges, while onboard dining will be enhanced with the introduction of a new a la carte restaurant on each ship.
All cabins on Thomson Dream and Celebration, together with some public areas, were refurbished in 2012.
A new Asian-themed a la carte restaurant, ‘Kora La’, is being added, in addition to a new food offering and décor at Terrace Grill on Thomson Dream.
A new look is also planned for the former Argo Lounge and Oceans Bar on the ship.
The line’s managing director Helen Caron said: “Listening to our customers is at the heart of all our planning, which is why we are investing further in both Thomson Dream and Celebration to give passengers an even better experience on board.
“We are confident customers will love the enhanced dining experience in the a la carte restaurants and the overall new look of both ships.”
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