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PHOTOS: A look inside the cruise suite that has a $200,000 bed

PHOTOS: A look inside the cruise suite that has a $200,000 bed
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Guests who want a taste of luxury at sea can find it on Regent Seven Seas Cruises, perched on the 14th deck of Seven Seas Splendor, above the bridge and overlooking the ship’s bow when she sets sail in February 2020.

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As the largest suite ever constructed on a luxury cruise ship with more than 3,000 square-feet of interior accommodations, the Regent Suite is 4,443 total square-feet and contains a $200,000 Vividus bed from Hästens.

What does $11,000/night get you?

The Regent Suite comes packed with the following:

  • An in-suite spa retreat featuring a personal sauna, steam room and treatment area with unlimited spa treatments
  • Unobstructed 270-degree views over the ship’s bow from the 1,300 square-foot wraparound veranda
  • A glass-enclosed solarium sitting area on top of the bridge for a Captain’s view 
  • First-class domestic air accommodations
  • A dedicated personal butler 
  • A personal car with driver and guide in every port
  • A fully-stocked bar bordering the living room and solarium

An exclusive experience at sea

There is only one Regent Suite on board Seven Seas Splendor.

The Regent Suite master bath and in-suite spa are 30 per cent larger on Seven Seas Splendor to incorporate a floor-to-ceiling ocean-view shower. Also different: a custom-made Treesse minipool spa is placed on the front balcony.

At 4,443 square-feet, the Regent Suite is nearly twice as large as the average American home and 20 times larger than the average cruise ship stateroom. With an all-inclusive price of $11,000 per night based on double occupancy, the Regent Suite is already sold-out for nearly all of Seven Seas Splendor’s 2020 inaugural season sailings.


All images courtesy of Regent Seven Seas Cruises.

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