Regent Seven Seas Cruises new ship will begin sailing this December. The guests that would be cruising to the beautiful Caribbean from Florida will have a grand time starting from the moment they step inside the airplane. The guests will be traveling in first or business class airfare, and a private sedan transfer will take them to and from the airport. In every port, there is a private car with driver and guide, unlimited shore excursions and specialty dining. Sounds fun right you must be very excited to book, right? Well, you can have a grand holiday and all you have to do is book a $10,000 suite.
What Do You Get for $10,000 Suite at Seven Seas Explorer Ship?
All the guests of the all-suite, all-balcony new ship receive not just first class accommodation for airplane and transfer. For $10,000 you also get a 4,443 square feet suite. The world’s priciest suite has an extra-large hot tub with glass enclosure and an adjacent spa treatment area that is fully equipped. The Suite also has a sauna, multi-jet shower and ceramic heated loungers for your complete relaxation. And most importantly an unlimited laundry and pressing during the entire trip.
The expensive two-bedroom suite is located at the ship’s bow on deck 14. The location gives guests 270 degrees ocean views from the glass-enclosed vista garden and veranda. There are also lots of floor to ceiling windows that give a fantastic sea view. When it comes to furnishing, it is lavishly decorated with exotic woods, rich fabrics, a golden chandelier, and handcrafted furnishings.
For enjoyment and relaxation with new found friends, there is a well-stocked marble bar with black lacquered tools. The bar is stocked with expensive liquor that guests can drink at their leisure. Guests who love pianos’ will enjoy the custom Steinway Arabesque piano. There are also a collection of museum-worthy artifacts, limited edition art-books and a huge HD TV in the living area as well as the master bedroom.
The 54,000-ton Explorer is carrying only 750 guests while the majority of the large cruise ships carry over 5,000 people. The limited number of guests gives ample spaces for everyone on board, so no bumping on the buffet area. On most cruises, drinks and specialty restaurants bills go up fast and can sometimes cost more than the cost of the cruise itself. In Seven Seas, the drinks are already part of the package and the all-inclusive package pricing starts around $5,000 to the whooping concierge level of $10,000 per night per couples.