By Published On: 23 Sep 2021

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They are billing it as the most exclusive address at sea; the new Regent Suite on Seven Seas Grandeur. Indeed, the coveted space will boast every conceivable luxury, even a conservatory-style Palor.

Now, Regent Seven Seas Cruises have revealed more secrets from their new Regent Suite. This third incarnation of the ultra-luxury cruise line’s top of the range suite will include an opulent bathroom with spectacular ocean views. Not to mention a master bedroom complete with extravagant four-poster bed.

“With Seven Seas Grandeur’s Regent Suite, we have once again evolved the very art of luxury – the craftmanship and artistry of this design is incredible.”

Jason Montague – President and CEO, Regent Seven Seas Cruises.

Regent were determined to make the Regent Suite on Seven Seas Grandeur unique and different from previous vessels. So they have envisaged the space as a gallery. In fact, the cruise line tell us that every piece of furniture, artwork and material has been curated to enhance the sense of luxury living.

A jewel-box bathroom in Grandeur’s Regent Suite

Regent tell us the reimagined bathroom will offer discerning guests a complete in-suite spa experience. Indeed, it will have its own sauna and steam room, as well as a soaking tub crafted from Italian marble. Not to mention a “jewel-box” shower in the centre of the space.

A “jewel-box” shower in the Regent Suite on Seven Seas Grandeur (rendering).
A “jewel-box” shower in the centre of the in-suite spa (rendering).
Heated loungers in the Regent Suite bathroom on Seven Seas Grandeur (rendering).
Heated loungers face a wall of glass in the in-suite spa (rendering).

Clad in nine different Italian marbles, the opulent bathroom will also have a treatment area for pampering guests with complimentary spa services. Heated loungers facing the bathroom’s enormous window wall will offer spectacular ocean views.

A bedroom fit for a king

The master bedroom will be distinctly different from previous Regent Suites. Indeed, Regent have raised the bar with the bedroom’s master craftmanship and art making it fit for a king.

The four-poster bed in the Regent Suite master bedroom (rendering).
The four-poster bed in the Regent Suite master bedroom (rendering).

The sumptuous sanctuary in the Regent Suite on Seven Seas Grandeur will feature an extravagant four-poster bed with a Hästens Vividus mattress. There will also be a magnificent custom-made eglomise art panel headboard.

The pinnacle of luxury

By all accounts the Regent Suite on Seven Seas Grandeur will be the pinnacle of luxury cruising. More like an apartment at sea, the 413 sq. m. / 4445 sq. ft. palatial suite will boast two bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, an expansive living room, a dining room and glass-enclosed “Parlor”.

The entry doors to Seven Seas Grandeur's Regent Suite (rendering).
The entry doors to the Regent Suite on Seven Seas Grandeur (rendering).
Seven Seas Grandeur Regent Suite living room.
Seven Seas Grandeur Regent Suite living room (rendering).

The suite will also have an enormous wraparound veranda. Overlooking the bow, it will have its own Tresse Minipool and outdoor furniture.

Regent Suite guests can also expect an array of thoughtful extras like exclusive use of a private onboard dining room. This secret space known as The Study is hidden between the Prime 7 and Chartreuse Restaurants.

In addition, Regent Suite guests will get their own personal butler and a personal car with driver and guide in every port. There will also be daily canapés, a sumptuous in-suite caviar service and complimentary bar setup. Even the little things like laundry and dry cleaning will be taken care of.

The new Regent Suite will debut on the inaugural Seven Seas Grandeur voyage from Barcelona, Spain to Miami, USA departing 25 November 2023. For more information visit the Regent Seven Seas Cruises website.

About the Author: Jason Kerr

Jason is the founder and Managing Editor of The Luxury Cruise Review. He has a passion for travel, a weakness for espresso coffee and a love of Greek cuisine.

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