Luxury Lines Revamp Suites, Public Spaces

Silversea CruisesSilver Wind emerged from drydock with a makeover for Le Champagne, its Relais & Chateaux restaurant, shown above. Guests will see an upgraded entrance design, new backlit wine displays, a new seating layout and new wood flooring, fabrics and window. 

Hospitality design icon Adam D. Tihany has been hired by Seabourn Cruise Line to create guest areas for its new ship launching in 2016. Tihany, art director of the Culinary Institute of America, sits on the advisory Board of the New York School of Interior Design. He’ll design the spa, showrooms, casino, lounges, outdoor deck spaces and Seabourn Square. Tihany is renowned for his restaurant projects for high-profile celebrity chefs, including Thomas Keller, Daniel Boulud, Jean Georges Vongerichten, Charlie Palmer, Heston Blumenthal, Paul Bocuse and Wolfgang Puck, as well as luxury hotel projects worldwide, such as South Africa’s One&Only Cape Town resort, Mandarin Oriental Las Vegas, King David Hotel in Jerusalem, The Oberoi Hotel in New Delhi, The Beverly Hills Hotel, The Breakers in Palm Beach and Belmond Hotel Cipriani in Venice.

Here’s a bunch of updates from the luxury segment-cruise lines around the world.

Regent Seven SeasSeven Seas Mariner just emerged from drydock. Its Grand, Master, Mariner, Seven Seas, Horizons and Penthouse Suites received all-new furniture, upholstery, lighting and wall coverings.

The 1,345 square-foot Crystal Penthouses on Crystal Serenity were recently reconfigured by Crystal Cruises. A new den/media room with a sleeper sofa as well as a new shower in the guest powder room add flexibility for guests.