» Regent Seven Seas Cruises release details about next-level luxury Regent Suite
Regent Seven Seas Cruises release details about new next-level luxury Regent Suite

Regent Seven Seas Cruises release details about next-level luxury Regent Suite

Following the news that their ultra-luxurious Seven Seas Explorer is coming to Australia and New Zealand in 2020, Regent Seven Seas Cruises has just released details about the brand new Regent Suite onboard the Seven Seas Splendor; the largest suite ever built on a luxury ship.  

Regent Seven Seas Cruises release details about new next-level luxury Regent Suite

Found on the 14th deck above the bridge and overlooking the ship’s bow, the Regent Suite is truly next-level opulence. It features over 278 square metres of interior accommodation, and on top of that, has its own in-suite spa retreat. That means guests lucky enough to stay in the Regent Suite get their own personal sauna, steam room and treatment area where they can enjoy unlimited spa treatments.

Regent Seven Seas Cruises release details about new next-level luxury Regent Suite

The interior of the two-bedroom suite is just as luxe and well-designed as you would expect. Italian marble, gold accents and exotic woods abound in the bedrooms, living and dining rooms, and in the two and a half bathrooms. Priceless artworks and handcrafted furniture are found throughout, but the piece de resistance of the Regent Suite is definitely the master bed. Valued at US$200,000, the custom-made Vividus bed from Hastens is a work of art in itself. It’s taking four master artisans 18 months to craft the bed from a pinewood frame, steel springs and layers of flax, horsetail hair and cotton and wool batting. On top of this, guests also get to choose their preferred linens and pillows, allowing for a next-level tailored experience.

Regent Seven Seas Cruises release details about new next-level luxury Regent Suite

Services for guests of the Regent Suite onboard the Seven Seas Splendor include a personal butler and a personal car, driver and guide at every port.

All the above (and more) comes at the all-inclusive cost of US$11,000 per night. The Seven Seas Splendor is set to launch in February 2020, and the Regent Suite is already sold out for nearly all of its inaugural season sailings.

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