By Staff Writer
Seven Seas Splendor, Regent Seven Seas’ latest luxury vessel, is offering not one, but fifteen different onboard suite options. Expected to debut in February 2020, the impressive cruise addition stands 4,275 square metres, with each of its 375 suites adorning Italian marble-detailed bathrooms and generous balcony space.
The Master, Grand, Splendor and Seven Seas Suite categories represent the 32 Distinctive Suites on board Seven Seas Splendor. Guests in Distinctive Suites enjoy personalised butler service, guaranteed dining reservations and customised pillows and bath products, among other amenities. The lavish suites are designed by Studio Dado, Tillberg Design and Total Solution Interiors.
A Park Avenue-inspired oasis, the Master Suite ranges between 176 and 195 square metres and houses two bedrooms. With only four suites available onboard, each treat guests to unobstructed views of the horizon, an expansive living area, a bar for entertaining, spacious balconies and two full ornate marble and stone bathrooms.
The emerald-accented Grand Suite offers a 118 to 170 square-metre space, complete with a private balcony, two majestic baths and living areas with curated furniture based on haute couture fashion. The unique suite also has an upholstered leather wall and a wrapped-leather floor-to-ceiling bar – perfect for entertaining.
Standing 76 to 85 metres, the Splendor Suite is an elegant one-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bathroom accomodation. The more intimate setting provides a dining table for in-room service, ample closet space and a marble and stone-detailed bath.
Seven Seas Suite
Though the smallest of the four, the Seven Seas Suite boasts a cosmopolitan feel with its oversized bedroom, walk-in closet and sliding glass door-led balcony. Additional features include a comfortable living room, dining area and marble bathroom.
Deluxe Veranda and Veranda Suites
The Deluxe Veranda and Veranda suite categories are purposefully designed to maximise ocean views, taking advantage of the ample on-board balcony space. Along with the comfort of Elite Slumber beds, guests can find comfort in the generously-sized closets, plush bathrobes and slippers, an included mini-bar stocked daily and many other prime amenities.
At up to 33 and 28 square-metres respectively, they are among the most spacious entry-level suites at sea. Treating guests to a warm, island-manor feel, each suite includes curtains that separate the bedroom, a vanity and sitting area outfitted with a plush sofa, a coffee table large enough for in-suite dining and a large desk space.
Conjuring elegance from floor to ceiling and complete with personalised butler service, the 55 sapphire-inspired Penthouse Suites come in three categories that range up to 60 square-metres, with an entertainment centre that separates the living room and bedroom. Sleek sliding glass doorways in both the bedroom and living room lead to an oversized balcony with comfortable outdoor furnishings.
Even the smallest of luxury details are included such as lined jewellery drawers to designated spaces for designer handbags. This Seven Seas Splendor offering will include even larger walk-in closets with two feasible entries from the bathroom and living room, and bathrooms strategically designed for additional storage and counter space.
Concierge Suites are backed by a cream and blush-colour palette and come in two different categories. These 43 square-metre suites are particularly prime for sightseeing, with the custom-crafted Elite SlumberTM Beds facing the private balcony for a constant view. Details, such as the shagreen leather headboards and Italian fabric furniture furniture make it an elegant, higher-caliber stay. Guests who opt for this suite or one higher are additionally treated to a free one-night pre-cruise hotel package.
The accurately-named Superior Suite is nothing but spacious and chic. Similar to the Concierge Suite, it is 43 square metres and offers stunning ocean views. Notable additions include the grand balcony, generous sitting area and walk-in closet.
In addition to suite designs, the Observation Lounge takes inspiration from an enchanting English garden. A light and airy colour palette fills the space, with a chandelier centerpiece comprised of hand-painted porcelain flowers, peonies and roses as the main attraction. Traditional English architectural molding adorns the walls and hand-painted English roses and flowers on glass screens – an art piece specially commissioned by Gorman Studios – reflect the look of porcelain chandeliers.
A limited number of suites are available for sailings during Seven Seas Splendor’s inaugural season.
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