Preview: The Seven Seas Splendor's 4,443-Square-Foot Regent Suite

Seven Seas Splendor Regent Suite
The fully stocked bar in the solarium allows for unobstructed ocean views. // Photo by Regent Seven Seas Cruises

When the Seven Seas Splendor debuts in February 2020, its Regent Suite will rank as one of the world’s largest cruise suites at 4,443 square feet, according to Regent Seven Seas Cruises. The expansive accommodations will have an in-suite spa retreat, a wraparound veranda, a $200,000 bed and more.

The Regent Suite’s own spa retreat will include a personal sauna, steam room and treatment area with unlimited spa treatments. Its 1,300-square-foot wraparound veranda will provide clear 270-degree views overlooking the ship’s bow. The centerpiece of the master bedroom, a $200,00 Vividus bed from Hästens, will offer one of the must luxurious places to spend the night on any cruise ship.

Guests who book the Regent Suite will receive first-class domestic air accommodations, a dedicated personal butler and a personal car with driver and guide in every port. Every evening, guests will have exclusive access to a private dining room in The Study on Deck 11, where they can host a cocktail reception or enjoy meals from the ship’s restaurants.

Seven Seas Splendor’s Regent Suite improves on that of its sister ship, the Seven Seas Explorer. On the Splendor, the Regent Suite’s master bath and in-suite spa are 30 percent larger than that of the Explorer, making room for floor-to-ceiling ocean-view shower. Additionally, a new custom Treesse minipool spa will be placed on the front balcony of the Splendor.

The Regent Suite will accommodate up to six guests in total. The guest bedroom will reflect the master suite design with a separate sitting area, walk-in closet and private balcony. The suite is already sold out on almost all of the ship's sailings for 2020.

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