It’s the world’s largest and most expensive cruise ship cabin.
The Regent Suite on the new Regent Seven Seas Splendor also is the most luxurious stateroom you’ll ever see.
And if you are fortunate enough to call this suite your home during a voyage on this glamorous vessel — actually, you’re probably worth a fortune if you can afford it – you’ll be treated like proper royalty for the princely sum of $11,000 a night (for two passengers).
If that seems like a lot of money, well, that’s because it is. With most cruises at least 10 days or longer on Seven Seas Splendor, the price tag for the Regent Suite comes to more than $110,000 for your trip. Wow!
“There’s nothing like it,” says Jason Montague, Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ president and CEO.
The suite is extremely popular. It’s already booked solid for cruises through November 2020.
Here’s what makes it so attractive to the affluent cruisers who have raced to be among the very first to experience these accommodations.
The Regent Suite
The views are unbeatable! The Regent Suite is located on Deck 14, and it spans the entire front of the ship, offering full panoramic views of the ocean as you sail or amazing vistas of exotic port destinations. You can gaze through the floor-to-ceiling windows in the suite’s large living room or from the cozy observation lounge off the dining room/bar area.
The Regent Suite measures a massive 4,443 square feet and features a guest bedroom, master suite, three bathrooms and the most balcony space on any cruise ship.
The 1,300 square-foot balcony wraps around the front of the ship and offers a hot tub, plush sun loungers, chairs, and an outdoor dining table.
A grand piano sits at the edge of the living room, and you are pampered with butler service catering to your every need. Perhaps, you want to host a cocktail party or dinner. It’s a wonderful space for these types of get-togethers while you cruise.
The master bedroom offers an immense walk-through closet and a spa bathroom with a tub, sauna, steam room and two thermal loungers on which you can lay back a enjoy the views out of a giant front-facing window. Unlimited in-room spa and massage treatments are included.
A $200,000 Mattress
This bedroom is also notable for the custom-made bed that features a $200,000 mattress. The Hastens Vividus mattress is filled with horsetail hair, flax, slow-growing pine, wool and cotton designed to create a superior sleep experience.
Book the Regent Suite and you also can select your linens and pillows from an Italian bed linen menu.
Other amenities for this stateroom include first-class flights and a personal car, driver and guide for each port you visit on your itinerary.
That’s a lot of goodies, for sure, and a nice way to travel. If you’ve got deep enough pockets, that is.
Do you think that you would enjoy sailing in such a posh cruise suite?
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