Regent Seven Seas Grandeur redefines the suite lifeRegent Sevens Seas $11,000 a night suite

By Patti Pietschmann, Travel Diva

What do you get for $11,000 a night on RSSC Grandeur?  A whole lot. There’s an ocean of amenities such as first class air, private butler, car and driver at all ports and more.  What’s more the  suite’s a knock-out tons of marble and stylish designs. A little beyond my budget but still reasonable considering there’s a lot of folks out there who can easily foot the bill.

A few details

  • There’s a master bedroom with an extravagant four-poster bed housing a Hästens Vividus mattress.
  • It hosts two and a half marble and stone detailed bathrooms.
  • An expansive living room with personalized bar set-up and dining room offers the perfect entertaining venue.
  • You get  clear 270-degree views from the 1,227 square-foot wraparound veranda overlooking the bow of the ship.
  • The Regent Suite can host up to 6 guests and has three walk-in closets, and the exclusive use of  The Study, a private dining room for up to 12-people.

Other sweet perks

  • Well  this really is the suite life.  It also comes all the spa treatments you desire in suite. Naturally you get  your laundry and dry cleaning done.
  • There is also  sumptuous selection of  bed linens and pillows along with aromatic suite fragrances, daily canapes, personalized stationery, shoe-shine service, and free WiFi.

Inaugural season

The 750-passenger Regent Seven Seas Grandeur starts sailing in November 2023.  The sister ship of RSSC Explorer will cruise the Mediterranean and Caribbean with  17 sailings in the regions plus two transatlantic voyages.  Reservations are available by calling a Pavlus agent at 1-800-528-9300.  But remember,  people are already on a wait list for the suite on certain itineraries. But there are many other accommodations available.

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