Just unveiled: Seven Seas Splendor’s 14 suite categories, Observation Lounge

From top left, clockwise, Superior Suite, Concierge Suite, Master Suite, Grand Suite RENDERINGS: Regent Seven Seas Cruises

Following on details of Seven Seas Splendor’s top-of-the-line Regent Suite, announced earlier, Regent Seven Seas Cruises detailed all 14 other suite categories on the new ship, set to debut in February 2020.

Seven Seas Splendor will sport more than 46,000 square feet of Italian marble, including the marble-detailed bathrooms in each of its 375 suites. Nearly 52,000 square feet of balcony space is found on the all-balcony vessel—larger than the size of an American football field and averaging 138 square feet of balcony space per suite. Approximately 500 crystal chandeliers will illuminate the ship’s interior.

Distinctive Suites

The Master, Grand, Splendor and Seven Seas suite categories represent the 32 Distinctive Suites on board. These come with butler service, guaranteed dining reservations and customized pillows and bath products, among other amenities. These suites blend comfort and luxury, focusing on impeccable details, exquisite high-contrast materials and lush jewel-toned accents. The suites are designed by Studio Dado, Tillberg Design and Total Solution Interiors.

Master Suite

This two-bedroom oasis is styled like an elegant Park Avenue palace, replete with rich woods and highlighted by touches of aubergine. Located at the aft of the ship on decks eight and nine, allowing for unobstructed views of the horizon, the four Master Suites measure between 1,895 square feet and 2,108 square feet and provide an expansive living area, a bar for entertaining, spacious balconies up to 994 square feet, and two full ornate marble and stone bathrooms.

Grand Suite

The Grand Suite features striking emerald design accents with gray, brown, and cream tones. Ranging from 1,277 square feet to 1,836 square feet, the Grand Suite features an expansive balcony, two majestic baths and living areas with rich stone mosaics, exotic woods and curated furniture based on haute couture fashion. An upholstered leather wall in an intricate stitch pattern serves as the backdrop for the bedroom. The suite features a living room with a wrapped-leather floor-to-ceiling bar.

Splendor Suite

Ranging in size from 821 square feet to 918 square feet, the one bedroom, 1.5-bathroom Splendor Suites are designed in calming hues of cream, gray and brown, with plush furniture. A dining table is provided, along with a spacious closet and an elegant marble and stone-detailed bath.

Seven Seas Suite

Stretching more than 800 square feet, the Seven Seas Suites impart a cosmopolitan apartment feel with a soothing color palette complemented by plush furnishings. The suite flows from living room to dining area to bedroom, with sliding glass doorways leading to a spacious balcony. A marble bathroom sits adjacent to the oversized bedroom and large walk-in closet.

Spacious Suites

The Penthouse, Concierge, Superior, Deluxe Veranda and Veranda suite categories are designed to maximize ocean views from a large balcony. Elite Slumber beds, spacious closets, plush bathrobes and slippers, an included mini-bar stocked daily and other prime amenities are featured.

Penthouse Suite

Complete with butler service, the 55 sapphire-inspired Penthouse Suites come in three categories that range up to 642 square feet, with an entertainment center that separates the living room and bedroom. Sliding glass doorways in the bedroom and living room lead to an oversized balcony.

Luxury details include lined jewelry drawers and designated spaces for handbags. Improving on sister ship Seven Seas Explorer, the Penthouse Suites on Seven Seas Splendor include larger walk-in closets designed with two entries from the bathroom and living room. In addition, bathrooms have additional storage and counter space.

Concierge Suites

Concierge Suites are highlighted by a color palette of creams and blushes. This 464-square-foot suite comes in two categories and is designed to maximize ocean views, with the custom-crafted Elite Slumber Beds facing the balcony. Headboards are designed with fine shagreen leather, and furniture is upholstered with elegant Italian fabrics. Passengers booking a Concierge Suite or a higher category get a free, one-night pre-cruise hotel package.

Superior Suite

Spacious and chic, the 464-square-foot Superior Suite provides expansive ocean views. Its two categories feature a grand balcony, spacious sitting area and walk-in closet.

Deluxe Veranda and Veranda Suites

The two-category Deluxe Veranda and Veranda suites measure up to 361 square feet and 307 square feet respectively, making them among the most spacious entry-level suites at sea. They feature a island manor feel and curtains that separate the bedroom, with vanity and sitting area outfitted with a plush sofa, a coffee table large enough for in-suite dining and a large desk.

Observation Lounge

In addition to suite designs, Regent revealed the design of Seven Seas Splendor’s Observation Lounge. Designed by Studio DADO, it inspires the feeling of an English garden. Incorporating a light and airy color palette, the lounge’s centerpiece is a whimsical chandelier comprised of hand-painted porcelain peonies and roses.

Traditional molding adorns the walls, colored in neutral hues to create a contemporary, elegant setting. The furniture has soft curved forms and lush upholstery inspired by the forms of flower petals. Specially commissioned art by Gorman Studios incorporates hand-painted English roses and flowers on glass screens to reflect the look of porcelain chandeliers.

Posted 19 March 2019

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