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January 26, 1991 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-01-26

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Ship Shape

We've Made A Lot
Of Great Albums.

There are a host of reasons to host an affair at the new
Sheraton Southfield Hotel.
We've just undergone a multi-million dollar renovation
and our facilities are second to none. You'll find an elegant
ballroom that can accommodate 850 people in style, superb
food and an experienced, knowledgeable staff that will take
care of all the details. Our prices are surprisingly
reasonable, too.
So whether you're planning a wedding, anniversary, bar
mitzvah, reunion or whatever, consider the new Sheraton
Southfield Hotel. Call our Director of Catering
at 559-6500. 16400 J.L. Hudson Drive, Southfield.

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would cost $3,130 during this season.
The lowest priced cabins are inside
staterooms; they have no windows,
feature twin beds which can be
converted into a queen-size bed, a
private shower and TV. At peak
season, these cabins cost $1,265 on
the lowest deck. (The same stateroom
on a higher deck could cost almost
$500 more per person.) During the
value season, the fare is $1,195;
during the economy season, $1,130.
Princess' new 70,000-ton Crown
Princess offers honeymooners a top-
of-the-line stateroom, featuring a
private bedroom with queen-size
bed, sitting area, private veranda,
bathtub and walk-in closet for $2,885
during the peak season, late January
through late March. The fare for this
cabin is slightly lower, $2,835, for
cruises in early to mid-January, early
March, and most of November. Cabin
costs for the cruises that depart be-
tween November 30 and December
14 are reduced to $2,785.
The least expensive cabin on the
Crown Princess is an inside stateroom
(no windows) with two lower beds
that can be converted into a queen-
size bed. The cost for this cabin
ranges from $1,395 during peak
season to $1,295 in the off-season.
On board Norwegian Cruise Lines'
newest ship, Seaward, the deluxe
outside cabin, featuring a sitting area
with a convertible sofa, a bathtub,
and two lower beds, costs $2,550
during peak season, December
through March. The value season
encompasses certain dates in August,
October, November, January, April,
June, and July. The cost of this cabin
is $2,450 for these sailings. For
cruises on several dates in August,
September, May, and June, the
economy season, this cabin would
cost $2,375.
The least expensive cabin on the
Seaward is an inside stateroom with
an oversized lower bed with a fold-
down upper bed, a shower, and a TV.
During peak season, this cabin costs
$1,250. In the value and economy
seasons, the fares are $1,200 and
$1,150, respectively.
Norwegian Cruise Lines offer

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