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The Regent Seven Seas Grandeur – Photo Jill Weinlein

Recently in the Port of Los Angeles, the premier Regent Seven Seas Grandeur arrived at the World Cruise Center to welcome almost 750 guests on an inaugural West Coast cruise.

Touted as ‘The World’s Most Luxurious Fleet’ in 2023, Regent Seven Seas lives up to its name in service, amenities and all-balcony suites.

No other cruise line offers a more decadent super suite that is like The Regent Suite. The interior offers 3151 square feet of luxury with two spacious resort-like bedrooms and an in-suite spa retreat. Furnishing and decor are made with the highest quality of materials and textiles, and the walls are adorned with custom art pieces.

“With Seven Seas Grandeur’s Regent Suite, we have once again evolved the very art of luxury – the craftmanship and artistry of this design is incredible,” said Jason Montague, president and CEO, Regent Seven Seas Cruises. “Studio DADO has married comfort, elegance and style in a fresh and exciting new way, while retaining the essence of the unrivaled Regent experience which our guests have enjoyed for close to 30 years.”

The Regent Suite Veranda – Photo Jill Weinlein

Located up on the private deck 14, The Regent Suite also offers 1292 sq. ft. of outdoor living space with a wraparound veranda. This allows guests to have unobstructed 270-degree views while overlooking the bow of the ship.

This outdoor terrace is the largest at sea offering a private custom-made Tresse Minipool with bubbling massage jets. Sit outside soaking in the hot tub or on resort lounge furniture to entertain and take in the panoramic views of the ocean and ports of call.

The living room inside The Regent Suite – Photo Jill Weinlein

The spacious living room offers plenty of seating and entertaining space with a personalized bar set-up and dining room table. A faux fireplace in this room adds to the luxe feel.

What makes this elaborate suite even more unique is the private in-suite spa in the master bathroom. There are 9 different types of marble installed throughout this area, including the grand circular steam shower with multiple shower heads. Nearby is a personal wood hot sauna.

Sink into warm water while relaxing in a luxury stone bathtub overlooking the sea. Luxurious bath amenities include soap, shampoo, conditioner and lotions from Bottega Veneta, Guerlain and L’Occitane. 

Other unique element in this in-suite spa is a shampoo sink, and two heated loungers overlooking the ocean. Guests staying in The Regent Suite receive unlimited spa services without having to leave their cabin.

This suite can comfortably accommodate up to six discerning guests with two large bedrooms and two and one-half bathrooms.

Beyond the master bathroom is the master bedroom displaying an extravagant four-poster $250,000 Hästens Vividus bed. The luxury mattress is fitted with the highest quality sheets and comforter to ensure a restful sleep-at-sea experience. A custom-made eglomise art panel by Confluence Studios crowns the head of the bed.

Treadmill in The Regent Suite – Photo Jill Weinlein

Those who prefer to work-out in their suite can walk, jog or run while looking out at the ocean on a top-of-the-line treadmill. 

There are three enormous walk-in closets, each with a personal safe, large mirror, and plenty of storage, hangars and drawers. Two plush robes hang in the closet and slippers are on the floor. 

Walk-in closets – Photo Jill Weinlein

The Regent Suite and guests of Penthouse Suites and higher enjoy personalized service by highly trained butlers. They will provide guests with an additional luxury hospitality experience. Butlers will happily pack and unpack luggage, book shore excursions and spa services, make onboard and onshore dinner reservations, or serve dinner in your suite. They will arrange the perfect cocktail party and assist with all of your disembarkation needs to ensure guests are well-attended throughout their Regent voyage.

Suite with a jetted tub – Photo by Jill Weinlein

Other exceptional suites on The Regent Seven Seas Grandeur range in size from the Veranda Suites at 307 square feet to the 2,108 square feet Master Suite. All include a separate bathtub, living area, mini-refrigerator, furnished private balcony, and a 24/7 room attendant or butler service.

Culinary Delights – Photo Jill Weinlein

The Regent Suite guests have exclusive access to use the private dining room known as The Study. It is hidden between specialty restaurants Prime 7 and Chartreuse and is not open to other passengers.

Guests also receive a guaranteed reservation each night in the specialty restaurants including Regent’s signature restaurant, Compass Rose displaying Versace dinnerware and a discerning wine list to pair with the extravagant culinary fare.

Regent Seven Seas Grandeur – Photo Jill Weinlein

The price for the 4,443 square feet Regent Suite is $11,000-a-night. This includes free First Class air for domestic flights and free Business Class for all international flights.

Guests receive one night pre-cruise hotel package with ground transfers and breakfast. They also receive priority check-in with early entrance onto the ship.

There is free wi-fi, free personal car and guide to explore ashore, free in-suite spa services, a personal butler, daily canapes, and welcome bottle of premium champagne.

The Regent Seven Seas Grandeur sails from Miami to Mexico, Belize, Caribbean and Mediterranean, plus two transatlantic voyages. Special offers are available throughout 2024 – 2025.

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