Regent Seven Seas Cruises

 

Regent Seven Seas Voyager
Regent Seven Seas Voyager: The Master Suite is tops on Regent, with multiple bedrooms, vast living rooms and balconies and lots of amenities.

 

This spring Regent Seven Seas Cruises, the winner of “Best Cruise Line for Luxury Ocean Cruises” in the 2011 Luxury Travel Advisor Awards of Excellence, is bringing additional amenities to those sailing in its concierge-level and above suites.

Regent Seven Seas Voyager: The Master Suite is tops on Regent, with multiple bedrooms, vast living rooms and balconies and lots of amenities.

The new services for Seven Seas Mariner begin on April 2; for Seven Seas Voyager on April 16 and for Seven Seas Navigator on May 30. Want specifics? Here’s the deal: Clients receive an upgraded pre-cruise hotel package; priority online reservations on free, unlimited shore excursions; priority online reservations in the specialty restaurants Prime 7 and Signatures; 15 minutes of free phone calls and 60 minutes of free Internet access per suite; 25 percent off on premium wine and liquor purchases; 10 percent off pre- or post-cruise hotel or land packages; and 10 percent off Regent Choice shore excursions. Want more? Clients in these posh quarters are also eligible for suite upgrades at the time of sailing, when available with preference by booking date. Suite perks include use of binoculars, a coffee brewer and a cashmere blanket. They even get a special gift from the cruise line.

Additionally, Regent voyages continue to include a complimentary luxury hotel package with pre-cruise accommodations, including breakfast, airport-hotel and hotel-ship transfers, roundtrip air, open bars, free and unlimited shore excursions, gratuities and taxes.

Regent Seven Seas Voyager: The Master Suite is tops on Regent, with multiple bedrooms, vast living rooms and balconies and lots of amenities.

 

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