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Regent Seven Seas Cruises has released new details on the suites aboard its newest ship, the Seven Seas Explorer, which is set to debut July 2016.
The ship will offer a total of 375 suites with large verandahs, European king-sized Suite Slumber Beds and oversized bathrooms highlighted by marble and decorative tile. All suites include a private balcony, with 93 of the verandahs extending beyond 83 square feet.
The suite categories include:
Top Tier Suites
The Master, Grand, Explorer, Seven Seas and Penthouse Suites represent the 85 named suites aboard Seven Seas Explorer. In addition to all the amenities currently included on Regent Seven Seas Cruises, guests booked in a named suite for the inaugural Mediterranean season are entitled to complimentary business class air, one-night pre-cruise five-star hotel package, free unlimited internet access and personal butler service.
Master Suite: This two-bedroom suite at the bow of the ship on decks seven and eight has rosewood polished furniture and crystal chandeliers, as well as a living area with a bar for entertaining and balconies of up to 1,000 square feet. Adjacent to each bedroom, guests will find ornate marble and stone bathrooms with shower and tub.
Grand Suite and Explorer Suite: Sister suites, the Grand and Explorer Suites share a common design element with high-contrast emerald accents blended with the rich grey, brown and cream décor elements. Both suites have two full baths and living areas with rich marble mosaics, exotic woods and unique furniture pieces.
Seven Seas Suite: Created by designer Dakota Jackson, this suite is designed to evoke a cosmopolitan apartment with golden colored ceiling accents that reflect the furnishings. The suite has an open-plan living room, dining area and bedroom, with sliding glass doorways leading to the private balcony throughout. A white marble bathroom is adjacent to the bedroom.
Penthouse Suite: Penthouse Suites have an entertainment center that separates the living room and bedroom. A marble-topped bar and dining area welcomes guests upon entering the suite. Sliding glass doorways in both the bedroom and living room lead to the balcony.
The Concierge suites account for a majority of the accommodations aboard Seven Seas Explorer, with a total of 140 suites in this category. In addition to all the amenities currently included on Regent Seven Seas Cruises, guests booked in a Concierge suite are entitled to one-night pre-cruise luxury hotel package, complimentary internet packages and priority access to book shore excursions and specialty dining.
Concierge Suites have a European king-sized Suite Slumber Bed that faces outwards towards the veranda. The balcony stretches the entire width of the room and comes appointed with outdoor furnishings. A decorative vanity sits adjacent to the bed and the living area provides space to refresh and relax.
The 415 square-foot Superior Suites were inspired by the beachfront estate homes found in the Hamptons with cool blue, brown and white color palate. This suite shares the same design and layout as the Concierge suites with the bed facing towards outdoor veranda and looking over the spacious living area.
The Deluxe Veranda and Veranda Suites are designed with a warm and welcoming island manor feel and have a separate sitting area with a couch, coffee table and a marble-top vanity.
Reservations for Seven Seas Explorer’s July 20, 2016, maiden voyage and inaugural season opened on January 19, 2015, exclusively for Seven Seas Society members and will become widely available starting February 4, 2015.