From in suite spas to private outdoor dining areas, cruise ships are taking luxe accommodations to the next level. If you’re looking to book one of the best suites at sea, you’re going to want to check out these extravagant apartments and lofts.
The Regent Suite: Seven Seas Splendor
It’s only the “largest suite ever built on a luxury cruise ship,” and nothing short of 4,443 square feet of fabulousness. But just how fabulous is the Regent Suite? Well, let’s start with the in-suite spa retreat featuring a personal sauna, steam room and treatment area with unlimited, yes unlimited, spa treatments. Most impressive is the custom made $200,000 Vividus bed from renowned Swedish brand, Hasten. Your heavenly king-sized bed will, of course, be dressed with your preferred linens and pillows as well as your aromatic selection. Sitting on the 14th deck, the suite boasts unobstructed 270-degree views over the ships bow and a glass-enclosed solarium sitting area on top of the bridge. And then there is your butler, who makes sure there’s designer bath and skincare products ready in the bath, and coordinates a private car and driver for every port. 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 sailings, so if you’ll have to plan far in advanced for this deluxe suite.
The Owner’s Suite: Silversea
Whether you choose to pamper yourself in the marble bathroom brimming with BVLGARI® bath amenities or watch the sunset from your veranda, one thing is for sure, the exclusive Owner’s Suite is a relaxing time for even the most pampered traveler. Choose between one- or two-bedroom options boasting 1292 and 1668 square feet respectively, including the veranda. The prestigious suite comes with a personal butler, walk-in wardrobe, a bathroom featuring a full-sized tub and separate shower plus a powder room and of course, extreme sunset views.
Royal Loft Suite: Royal Caribbean Anthem of the Seas
Baby grand piano? Check. Library? Check. Indoor and outdoor dining rooms? Check. No stone has been left unturned in the extravagant Royal Loft Suite. While the suites vary among ships, we love the two-deck-high stateroom on Anthem of the Seas. The main level boasts an open living/dining room with a dry bar, a convertible sofa, and a media room. The expansive balcony and outdoor dining area is the perfect place to share a meal under the stars, and the open floor plan translates to spacious living. You’ll find the master bedroom on the second floor. The exclusive retreat features a soaking tub, shower and two sinks along with a private balcony boasting a dual whirlpool tub.