First Look: The Regent Suite on the Regent Seven Seas Explorer

 

Luxury Travel Advisor was aboard the Regent Seven Seas Explorer on its inaugural voyage in the Mediterranean. One of the highlights of “the most luxurious ship ever built” is the Regent Suite, which is unprecedented in size and scope. Perched on the 14th deck, the two-bedroom suite has a wrap-around balcony (958 square feet), which affords the same sweeping views as seen by the captain from the bridge. This enormous suite measures 3,875 square feet, and is decorated like a luxurious private apartment with an impressive art collection including two works by Picasso. In fact, the facilities are so lavish it’s like staying in a top suite in a five-star hotel. Think in-room spa, bar, sumptuous marble bathrooms, and walk-in closet. The Regent Suite comes inclusive with its own personal car and guide for shore excursions, and free unlimited in-suite Canyon Ranch SpaClub services. We snapped these photos to provide a virtual tour of these lavish digs.

 

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