There are no waiting lines at the buffet on this cruise.
Onboard Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ new ship Seven Seas Explorer—which begins sailing to the Caribbean from Florida this December— guests in the luxurious Regent Suite will enjoy a private car with driver and guide in every port, business or first class airfare as well as private sedan transfers to and from the airport– and even unlimited laundry and pressing during your trip.
What do you have to do in order to cash in on this deal? Well, you have to cashout. The suite is $10,000 a night per couple.
The massive suite is 4,443 square feet and comes fully equipped with an in-room spa retreat–a first at sea–complete with a treatment area, full sauna, ceramic heated relaxation loungers and multi-jet shower.
Here’s what else you get for your money, just in case you are considering such a luxurious vacation:
–A lavishly decorated two-bedroom suite at the ship’s bow on deck 14 with marble, exotic woods, handcrafted furnishings, a golden chandelier and plenty of floor to ceiling windows to enjoy the sea views.
–An oversized hot tub enclosed by glass and adjacent to the spa retreat.
–Stellar 270-degree ocean views from the massive wraparound veranda and glass-enclosed Vista Garden.
–A stocked marble bar with black lacquered stools for entertaining new found friends. The bar is fully stocked with top-shelf liquor that guests can enjoy at their leisure.
–A custom Steinway Arabesque piano.
–Free pre-cruise hotel stay.
–A media center with a collection of limited-edition art books, artifacts and Murano glass bowls. Of course, there’s another huge HD TV in the master bedroom as well.
Carrying only 750 guests (while many large liners carry over 5,000), the Explorer boasts one of the highest space ratios in the cruise industry. The line is also spearheading the trend of luxury cruise lines toward all-inclusive pricing
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