An expansive blue underwater world, ridiculously large roller coasters, entire dedicated islands & balconies bigger than some bedrooms – cruising is a sector full of wonder.
And cruising is about to get a little more wonderful.
Regent Seven Seas has revealed plans to fit its fifth ship, Seven Seas Splendor, with a suite so large and luxurious that no other existing cruise ship suite could compare.
Located on the 14th deck, the Regent Suite (how royal) will spread across 412 total square-metres, which FYI is twice as large as the average Australian home AND 20 times larger than the average cruise ship stateroom.
Guests who can afford to fork out US$11,000 per night in the Regal Suite will find the 412 total square-metre room fitted with outrageous luxury features such as a hand-craft, king-sized US$200,000 Vividus bed from the Hästens brand (it took 300 hours to build), a sumptuous sofa and large flat-screen 4K ultra high-definition television.
The Regal Suite also has its own spa equipped with a sauna, steam room and treatment area with unlimited spa treatments.
Plus, there’s the 120 square-metre wraparound veranda that overlooks the ship’s bow, giving cruisers a Captain’s view of the ocean and visiting destinations.
Other benefits of booking the Regal Suite include floor-to-ceiling windows along three sides of the ship, a personal butler, a personal car with a driver and personal guide in every port.
Start saving! The ship is scheduled to launch in 2020 and according to Regent Seven Seas, the Regal Suite is nearly sold out for her inaugural season.
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Is this what cruising dreams are made of for you?
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