This New Luxury Cruise Suite Costs $5,000 Per Person


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The 3,875 square foot Regent Suite

Want to see what $5,000 a night can buy you on the high seas?

Haute cruise line Regent Seven Seas has announced a new 3,875 square foot luxury cruise suite. The extravagant space will be debuting aboard a new luxury liner — christened the Regent Seven Seas Explorer— that’s set to hit the waves in 2016.

The Regent suite, whose size is more akin to a large family home rather than a squashed cruise ship cabin, is full of amenities, including two bedrooms, a grand piano, brilliant views from three sides of the ship, and a personal spa that features a private sauna, steam room, and treatment area. Guests of the suite will be able to indulge in unlimited spa treatments as part of the all-inclusive package.

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The Regent Seven Seas Explorer, set to debut in 2016

The suite’s comforts even extend off the water. Guests will be provided with a private car with driver and guide for port calls, and on-demand limousine transportation to and from the ship.

Carolyn Spencer Brown, editor in chief of, predicts Regent will easily sell its haute new suite to luxury buyers. “On any ship, the top-priced suite and the cheapest cabins are always the first to go.” The Explorer is Regents first new ship since 2003 and will house 750 guests.

The luxury vessel is set to launch in July 2016, and will spend it’s first season sailing through Europe.

(Via The Columbian)