Seven Seas Splendor to offer suite with US$200,000 bed

Seven Seas Splendor to offer suite with US$200,000 bed
The Vividus bed features layers of flax, horsetail hair, and cotton and wool batting (Image: Regent Seven Seas Cruises)

US-based operator Regent Seven Seas Cruises will create a 4,443 square-foot suite with a US$200,000 Hästens bed onboard Seven Seas Splendor, which will set sail in February 2020. 

The suite will feature a personal sauna, steam room and treatment area, as well as glass-enclosed solarium and floor-to-ceiling wall of windows along three sides of the ship. The interior décor was designed by Tillberg Design of Sweden and features hand-crafted furnishings, Italian marble and golden chandeliers. 

Hästens created the US$200,000 Vividus bed, which features a pinewood frame, steel springs, and layers of flax, horsetail hair, and cotton and wool batting. 

Suite guests will also receive business-class flights, a personal butler and a car with a driver and guide in every port.

“The Regent Suite is the ultimate example of how Seven Seas Splendor will astonish luxury travellers with an unrivalled experience, and it reflects the superior level of detail you’ll uncover throughout this stunning ship,” said Jason Montague, president and CEO of Regent Seven Seas Cruises. 

“In the Regent Suite, whether you’re entertaining friends in your elegant living room, enjoying caviar or lobster in your dining room, relaxing on your hand-crafted Hästens Vividus bed, delighting in unlimited spa services in your personal in-suite treatment area, or exploring a seaside village with your personal car and guide coordinated by your dedicated head butler, the holistic experience represents luxury perfected.”  

Seven Seas Splendor’s Regent Suite follows on from the success of its predecessor onboard sister ship Seven Seas Explorer. However, the master bathroom and spa will be 30% larger on Splendor of the Seas and will incorporate a floor-to-ceiling shower. It will be almost 20 times larger than the average cruise ship stateroom and will accommodate up to six guests. 

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Elly Yates-Roberts
By Elly Yates-Roberts
Thursday, February 7, 2019