Victory Liner Royal Class: A “Class” On Its Own
In celebration of the 78th anniversary of Victory Liner, they have launched a new way on how travelers can get to their desired destination! The ROYAL CLASS of Victory Liner is the first of its kind in its fleet, featuring fully reclinable seats resembling a bed, with full board amenities!
What to expect in the Royal Class of Victory Liner
The premium experience of traveling from Manila to either Baguio City, Tabuk City, and Tuguegarao City just got a notch higher through this new class and bus configuration of Victory Liner. The “capsule hotel” feel of the bus makes the experience more unique.
Although one thing I have observed is that the aisles inside the bus are quite narrow and inconvenient especially if you have big bags with you. Though the seat itself is spacious, I find the footrest quite restricting.
The Royal Class of Victory Liner has a 10-10-8 seating configuration with 2 decks and full-reclining seats and can seat up to 28 people. The bus for this type of class is a Volvo B8R powered by an 8-liter turbo diesel engine with 330 HP and 1200 Nm.
Each seat also has curtains for privacy as well as a reading light and personal overhead aircon vents. What’s new in Royal Class is their 2 charging ports catering to USB-As and USB-Cs. The Royal Class Bus also has a well-appointed toilet and is also equipped with Wi-Fi (although the coverage can get intermittent at times).
There is also a personal steward for the trip, who assisted us throughout the journey. Amenities such as blankets, eye mask, inflatable pillow, and slippers are also provided during the trip. Snacks and a bottle of water is also provided upon riding the Royal Class bus.
From Baguio, you can reach Cubao within 4 hours non-stop via the TPLEx – SCTEx – NLEx. You can now also book your trips via the Victory Liner website! Here are the schedules and fares as of 01 January 2024.
*Disclaimer: Note that schedules and fare prices may change without prior notice. I will do my best to update this if ever there are changes. You can hit me up here if you see changes!
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