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Regent Seven Seas Cruises delivers new luxury suite details of Seven Seas Splendor

Dal Kikin
March 21, 2019

Regent Seven Seas Cruises presented new details of the suites in their next cruise Seven Seas Splendor.

Presenting the characteristics of the largest and most elegant suite ever built on a luxury boat, the Regent Suite, the company revealed the details of the other 14 luxury categories on board the Seven Seas Splendor, which will be released in February 2020.

Thus, the line indicated that the suites of the ship would have luxurious intricate details, exquisite finishes and a huge space on the balcony.

It will also have more than 46,000 square feet of Italian marble, which will adorn the splendor of the seven seas, more than an acre of marble, including bathrooms with marble details in each of the 375 suites.

There is almost 52,000 square feet of balcony space on the liner, larger than the size of a football field, and an average of 138 square feet of balcony space per room and about 500 glass chandeliers will illuminate the ship's interior.

In this sense, 32 distinctive suites will consist of the categories “Master”, “Grand”, “Splendor” and “Seven Seas”, where guests will be offered individual butler services, guaranteed reservations for restaurants and pillows, as well as personal bath accessories, as well as other facilities. will be developed by Dado, Tillberg Design and Total Solution Interiors.

At the same time, the Penthouse, Concierge, Superior, Deluxe Veranda and Veranda room categories are specifically designed to maximize the ocean view that you can enjoy without leaving the large balcony. Along with the heavenly comfort of Elite Slumber beds, guests can enjoy spacious wardrobes, plush robes and slippers, a daily minibar and many other first-class services.

The president and CEO of Regent Seven Seas Cruises, Jason Monteyi, appreciated the offer delivered to the retinue of Seven Seas Splendor, as “she is obsessed with great details and great details.”

“From unique artwork specifically designed to stimulate visual touches throughout the ship, each space in the Seven Seas Splendor will feature non-standard designs that offer comfortable and elegant impressions for luxury travelers. “With the Seven Seas Splendor, with a large number of passengers in space, it will become one of the most spacious, intimate and beautiful ships in the world to navigate the world,” said the manager.